The Federal Programs department manages federal money in an effort to ensure that all students have a fair, equal, and significant opportunity to obtain a high-quality education. There is a focus on all students, at a minimum, meeting proficiency on challenging state academic achievement standards and state assessments. Federal money is directed to students who are most at-risk of failing to meet these standards, especially those who are adversely affected by poverty. The goal is to close the achievement gap between high- and low-performing students, especially the gap between disadvantaged children and their more advantaged peers.
MCSS participates in the following Federal Programs:
Funds under this program are intended to provide supplemental instruction and resources to aide students who are determined to be "educationally at-risk." Services such as tutoring, supplemental instruction, homework help, etc. may be part of the Title I supports at a school.
Funds under this program may be used to hire teachers to reduce class size or to provide professional learning opportunities for staff.
For more information contact Mr. Tim Solley, Assistant Superintendent 256.852.2557 ext. 61403
Funds under this program are provided to support learning for students for whom English is not the primary language.
Funds under this program are used to provide supplemental services/support for direct services, professional development, salaries, and materials/supplies.
Funds under this program offer a variety of program and activities to meet the educational and unique cultural needs of American Indian students.
The purpose of Title X is to provide educational services for homeless children and youth. We budget instructional materials and supplies, medical supplies and services, and tutorial services for students that fall in this category.
Supervisor of Federal Programs
256.852.2557 ext 62227