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Department of State and Federal Programs

Introduction
The function of the Department of State and Federal Programs is to provide administrative and financial support (Federal and State Grants) to WCS schools’ supplemental instructional program and staff development activities including private or non-profit schools located within the district’s school boundaries. Additionally, the department monitors legal compliance requirements of Federal and State programs. Annually, WCS is allocated the following Federal grants: Title Ia, Title IIa, Title III-LEP, and Title III-Immigrant; and State grants: Section 31a.and Section 41.

Title I of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act/No Child Left Behind (Federal Law) provides financial and administrative assistance to the Michigan Department of Education and local school districts to meet the educational needs of at-risk students.

The purpose of Title IIa-- Teacher and Principal Training and Recruiting—is to help support sustained and intensive professional development.

The purpose of Title III-LEP and III-Immigrant--is to provide instruction and professional development that help limited English proficient students in the speedy acquisition of English language proficiency to achieve in the core academic subjects.  It also provides immigrant students with high quality instruction to meet challenging State standards, and assists the transition of immigrant children and youth into American society. 

The purpose of Section 31a and 41 State grants is to provide supplemental instruction to at-risk students and limited English proficient students in the district.

TITLE Ia

The goal of TITLE I is to help at-risk students meet the state’s performance standards by providing students with supplemental instructional services and activities.

TITLE I programs may offer:

  • small group instruction with a TITLE I teacher or paraprofessional
  • intervention academic class (middle school)
  • a variety of supplemental teaching methods
  • before-during-after school programs (ex. Tutoring)
  • summer academic programs
  • supplemental take-home materials
  • computer-aided instruction

 How does a school become a TITLE I school?
The Federal Government provides funding to each State. In Michigan,  the funding goes to the Michigan Department of Education. Next, the funding is divided up to school districts. A school becomes a TITLE I school based on its number of low-income students.

School-Wide  Targeted Assistance
Beer Carleton  
Flynn   Carter  
Grissom Black  
Angus Cromie  
Fillmore Wilde  
Green Acres Wilkerson  
Harwood Willow Woods  
Hatherly    
Holden    
Jefferson    
Lean    
Siersma    
Susick    

 

Parents…. You can help your child be successful at school by becoming an active participant in the TITLE I Parent Involvement Plan at your school.  Ask your Principal for more information!
                          
                 

CONTACT INFORMATON

Christine Lewis
Administrator of
State and Federal Programs

(586) 825-2400 ext 68160

 

Parent Involvement

Early Literacy 101

 

Important Web Sites

MDE Field Services
MDE Training Videos
MAS-FPS
U.S. Dept. of Education
AdvancED
Survey Monkey

 

   

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