Title I, Part A - Improving Academic Achievement of the Disadvantaged:
Title I, Part A is the largest federally funded program developed to provide additional educational services to help disadvantaged students meet state academic standards. Title I schools implement school wide or targeted assistance programs to ensure academic success for eligible students. Title I funds may be used for a variety of services and activities, primarily to supplement instruction in reading and mathematics.
Campbell County Schools currently implements school-wide Title I programs at Campbell Ridge Elementary, Donald E. Cline Elementary, Crossroads Elementary and John W. Reiley Elementary. Please visit the school's website for more information about how each school puts Title I funds into action.
Documents pertaining to district-wide administration of Title I Program within Campbell County Schools include:
Title II, Part A - Supporting Effective Instruction:
Title II, Part A provides supplemental resources to school districts to support systems for excellence in teaching and leadership. The purpose of the Title II, Part A grant is improve the quality and effectiveness of teachers, principals and other school leaders and increase the number of teachers, principals and other school leaders who are effective in improving student academic achievement in schools.
Campbell County Schools currently utilizes Title II funds to support teacher stipend pay for additional professional learning for the Teacher Leadership Action Research Team, the Elementary Literacy Cadre, the Social Studies Cadre, and the Trauma Invested Action Research Team. Funds are also allocated for staff to attend trainings, conferences, and professional learning activities which align to the Consolidated District Improvement Plan. In addition, funds are used to support these experiences with necessary resources such as books, virtual trainings, and software programs.
Title III - English Learner and Immigrant Students:
Title III is part of legislation enacted to ensure English learners, including immigrant children and youth, develop English proficiency and meet the same academic content and achievement standards that other children are expected to meet.
English learners (ELs) are those students aged 3-21 whose primary language is a language other than English [See ESSA 8101(20)]. ELs enter Kentucky schools with a variety of language backgrounds, educational experiences, and levels of English proficiency.
Immigrant students are those students aged 3-21 who were not born in any U.S. state (including the 50 states, District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico) and have not been attending one or more schools in any one or more U.S. states for more than 3 full academic years [See ESSA 3201(5)]. An immigrant student may or may not be an EL student. Whether or not an immigrant student is an EL, activities should be provided to enhance instructional opportunities for them to be successful in classrooms in the United States, as required by ESSA.
Title IV, Part A - Student Support and Academic Enrichment:
Title IV, Part A is intended to help provide all students with access to a well-rounded education, improve school conditions for student learning, and improve the use of technology in order to improve the academic achievement and digital literacy of all students. (ESEA section 4101).
Based on needs, Title IV funds for Campbell County Schools is in three areas:
1) Well-Rounded Education: Profile of a Graduate resources and Navigo (career readiness) initiatives for CCMS and CCHS
2) Improving School Conditions - Partially funding the Resiliency Poll and providing necessary staff stipends and materials for Trauma Dart training
3) Improve the Use of Technology - Providing funs technology professional learning opportunities including KySTE conference.
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