Friday, April 18, 2014

The Office of Federal Programs manages the applications, reports, financial records, and evaluations of the following programs:

Title I:  Improving Academic Achievement

Title IA:  Neglected/Delinquent

Title IIA:  Teacher and Principal Quality

Title IID:  Educational Technology/Professional Technology

Title III:  English Language Learners

Title IV:  Safe and Drug Free Schools

Title VII:  Indian Education

Reading Sufficiency

Career Tech/Carl Perkins

Achieving Classroom Excellence (ACE)

Johnson O'Malley

Impact Aid


FEDERAL PROGRAMS DIRECTOR

Michelle Ahern

Mailing Address: 
Box 580, El Reno, Ok. 73036

Physical Address: 
100 S. Bickford, El Reno, Ok.  73036
Shipping Address: 
719 W. London, El Reno, Ok.  73036

Click to Email Rocky Carter

Phone: (405) 262-4268
FAX: (405) 262-8620 


The No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act specifies that if a school does not achieve Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) for three (3) consecutive years, the school district must provide free tutoring or supplemental academic enrichment services to eligible students in addition to the instruction provided during the regular school day.  This activity is entitled Supplemental Educational Services (SES), and must be provided outside of the regular school day.

A child is eligible to receive tutoring if he/she is from a low-income family, is eligible for the federal free/reduced lunch program, and is attending a Title I school has not made Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) as defined in the NCLB Act.

For more information contact the Title I Office at (405) 262-4268.