Federal Programs

English Language Learner Program

Serves: 1,600 (+)

Provides a co-teaching model that supports students in their grade-level classroom, removing barriers between content and language

Family Community Resource Center, FCR(Community School)

Serves 3 elementary schools, 1 middle school, and 1 high school as well as the whole community

Provides support and services around basic needs (food and clothing) as well as mental health, medical/dental, early literacy, case management navigation, extracurricular programs, family and community...

McKinney Vento/ Homeless Supports

Serves 948 + 76 unaccompanied youth (this number fluctuates)

Provides and supports our NSD families that qualify as homeless under the federal McKinney-Vento Act in basic needs, shelter/housing, parenting classes, resume and job building, bridging the gap of poverty, setting goals, job retention, utility support, mental health and counseling...

21st Century Grant Program

Serves 160 students

A before- and after-school program supporting at-risk students in their home school environment with academic support and enrichment, social and emotional support and foundations, STEM and robotics, as well as family...

Migrant Education Program

Serves 450 (+)

Supports, provides, and advocates for our migrant and immigration families in academic, social/emotional, medical/dental, housing, and basic needs, graduation and credit recovery, and bridging the...

Title I-A: Improving Basic Programs

Title I-A: Improving Basic Programs is a federal program that helps students who are most at risk meet state academic standards and be proficient on state assessments.


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Contact Information
For more information or to contact the Federal Programs Department, please get in touch with the following staff member(s):
Niall Trimble
Federal Programs Administrator