• Federal Title Programs


    Title I, Part A:  Improving Basic Programs – to provide supplemental resources to designated campuses which will enable all children to meet the state student performance standards.

    Title II, Part A:  Teacher/Principal Training and Recruiting – to increase student academic achievement through improving teacher and principal quality and increasing the number of highly qualified teachers in the classrooms and highly qualified principals and assistant principals in the school. Title II, Part-A may be used in the following activities: recruiting, hiring, and retention of highly qualified personnel, professional development, improving the quality of teacher and paraprofessional workforce and reducing class size.
     
    Title III, Part A:  Language Instruction for Limited English Proficient and Immigrant Students –  to ensure that children who are limited English proficient and/or immigrants attain English proficiency so that they can develop high levels of academic attainment in English, and meet the same challenging State academic content and student academic achievement standards as all children are expected to meet. Also, to develop high-quality language instruction educational programs that are designed to assist the school district in teaching limited English proficient and immigrant children so that they are prepared to enter an all-English instructional setting.
     
     
    If you need more information on the Federal Programs, please contact Dr. Mary Jones at 817-232-0880 ext. 2735.
  • Title I Time and Effort Records

    School districts must maintain auditable “time and effort” documentation that show how each Title I employee spent his/her compensated time. These records are written, after-the-fact (not estimated or budgeted) documentation of how the time was spent. Time and effort reports must be prepared by Title I staff with salary charged (1) directly to a federal award, (2) directly to multiple federal awards, or (3) directly to any combination of any combination of a federal award and other federal, state or local fund sources.

    Semi-annual certifications are required for “full time” Title I personnel. These certifications document that he/she has been working solely in activities supported by the Title I grant. The certification must (1) cover a semi-annual period (e.g. August-December and January-June), (2) identify Title I as the program, and (3) be signed and dated by an employee and supervisor having first-hand knowledge of the work performed by the employee. In addition, the Title I employee is required to sign a copy of their job description at the beginning of the school year.

    Monthly reports are required for Title I personnel whose time is charged in part to Title I and in part to other revenue sources (split-funded staff). These reports document the portions of time and effort dedicated to Title I and to other revenue sources, (1) such records must be completed after-the-fact, (2) account for the total time for which the employee is compensated, (3) be prepared monthly, and (4) be signed by the employee and countersigned by an administrator or supervisor. 
     
  • 2019-2020 Title I, Part A Campuses
    Bryson Elementary
    Chisholm Ridge Elementary
    Dozier Elementary
    Elkins Elementary
    Gililland Elementary
    Greenfield Elementary
    High Country Elementary
    Northbrook Elementary
    Parkview Elementary
    Remington Point
    Saginaw Elementary
    Willow Creek Elementary