Federal Programs

FEDERAL PROGRAMS (ESSA):

Reauthorized in 2015 under Public Law 114-95 as Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), these programs were originally authorized under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) of 1965 (Public Law 89-10), the first major program of federal assistance to our nation’s public elementary and secondary schools. These programs assist Local Education Agencies (LEAs) to close the achievement gap with accountability, flexibility, and choice.

(Title I Improving the Academic Achievement of the Disadvantaged, Part A Schoolwide; Title II Preparing, Training and Recruiting High-Quality Teachers and Principals, and Other School Leader, Part A Supporting Effective Instruction; Title IV 21st Century Schools - Part A Student Support and Academic Enrichment Grants; Title V Flexibility and Accountability Part B Rural Education Initiative; Parental Involvement; Reading Tutorial; Title I Preschool; Homeless Children and Youth; Foster Care)

Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education Complaint Procedures for ESSA Programs

Crane R-III School-Student-Parent Compact

Parent Involvement Policy Regulation - R 1405 Parent/Family Involvement in Education

SCHOOL, PARENT AND FAMILY ENGAGEMENT POLICY

District board-appointed Homeless Liaison, Foster Care Point of Contact (POC) / Surrogate Parent, ELL and Migrant Coordinator:

Amber Cox, Special Services Director @ (417) 723-5300

SCHOOLWIDE

The purpose of the schoolwide program is to use the key elements of Title I.A to upgrade the entire educational program of a school so all students can reach high educational standards. A school is eligible to implement a schoolwide program if at least 40% of the enrolled students are economically deprived or 40% of the school attendance center children are from economically deprived families. Eligibility is determined by the free and reduced lunch percentage for that school. Schools in which less than 40% of the enrolled students are economically deprived or less than 40% of the school attendance center children are from economically deprived families, may operate a schoolwide program if the school receives a waiver from DESE to do so. An eligible school, or school wishing to receive a waiver, after consulting with the LEA, must submit the Title I Schoolwide Commitment Letter to DESE stating the school's intent to implement a schoolwide program.

Crane RIII (104043) ESEA Building Level (Schoolwide) Program Plan


ESSA TITLE I.A /HOMELESS/FOSTER ANNUAL MEETING

When: Tuesday, October 13, 2020

Time: 5:30 PM

Where: Preschool Commons Area

Crane RIII Annual Schoolwide Title I Information Meeting