Gerard Collins, Director of Federal Programs (email)
1336 Avalon Street •
Klamath Falls, OR 97603 •
Every Student Succeeds Act, short title to the reauthorized Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 Public Law 107-110. Nickleby is gone.
- Title I-A Improving Basic Programs Operated by State and Local Educational Agencies.
- Title I-B State Assessment Grants (replaces Student Reading Success grants no longer offered).
- Title I-C Education of Migratory Children.
- Title I-D Prevention and Intervention Programs for Children and Youth Who Are Neglected, Delinquent, or At-Risk.
- Title I-E Flexibility for Equitable Per-Pupil Funding
- Title II Preparing, Training, and Recruiting High Quality Teachers, Principals, or Other School Leaders.
- Title III Language and Instruction for English Learners and Immigrant Students.
- Title IV-A Student Support and Academy Enrichment Grants (replaces Safe and Drug Free Schools).
- Title IV-B 21st Century Community Learning Centers.
- Title IV-C Expanding Opportunity Through Quality Charter Schools.
- Title IV-D Magnet Schools Assistance.
- Title IV-E Family Engagement in Education Programs.
- Title IV-F National Activities.
- Title V State Innovation and Local Flexibility (replaces Innovative Programs grants) (Note: this is the former "Title VI" RLIS).
- Title VI Indian, Native Hawaiian, and Alaska Native Education (replaces Flexibility and Accountability funding including RLIS) (Note: this is the former "Title VII Indian Education").
- Title VII Impact Act (formerly Title VIII).
- Title VIII General Provisions (formerly Title IX)
- Title IX-A Homeless Children and Youths (formerly Title X)
- Title IX-B Miscellaneous; Other Laws
- [Title X is eliminated]
Title VI Indian Education
- The district is committed to the development of curriculum and to train teachers and Title VII staff to present academic and cultural skills education to Native American students and increase cultural awareness regarding the local Tribes. In addition, Title VII paraprofessionals will be trained to facilitate language arts and mathematics remediation for Native American students in their schools as well as be trained to teach relevant and accurate culture specific to the students’ Tribal history.
- The Title VII Parent Committee meets regularly on the third Tuesday of each month, except December, at the KFCS district office, Lucille O’Neill Education Center, 1336 Avalon Street, Klamath Falls.Meetings are at 5:30 and last one hour.
- February 8, 2017 Title VI Parent Meeting and Family Night at Ponderosa from 6-8 pm
- 506 Form: 506 is used by Title VII Indian Education to determine student eligibility and certification
- February 23, 2016 - Title VI Parent Meeting (6:00 pm in the Pondo Cafeteria)
Math & Science Connection Newsletters
TITLE I Early Years Newsletters
Helping Children Feel Safe and Secure
Ayudando a los niños a sentirse a salvo
21st Century Grant Information