• Any private or non-profit agency within the SCUC ISD district boundaries may be considered for paritcipation in Every Student Succeeds Act funding through the district.

    Private, non-profit schools interested in learning more about federally funded programs and services provided by Education Service Center, Region 20 and area school districts are invited to attend an information and consultation meeting on April 26, 2021, 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. via an online ZOOM session.

     

    There is no fee for the meeting, but registration is required.  To register, please visit

    http://www.esc20.net >Professional Development >CONNECT20, and either create an account – or login with an existing account for Connect20.  The session number for the Private Schools Federal Programs Information and Consultation Meeting is 75773.

     

    Federal program services available to eligible private school students, parents/guardians and teachers are: Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, Part B (IDEA-B); IDEA-B Preschool Program; Title I, Part A, Improving the Academic Achievement of the Disadvantaged; Title I, Part C, Migrant Education Program; Title II, Part A, Teacher and Principal Training and Recruiting Fund; and Title III, English Language Acquisition,  Language Enhancement & Academic Achievement Act.

     

    Private, non-profit schools that elect to receive services must comply with all requisite federal policies and procedures. All services are coordinated through Local Education Agencies (LEAs). For additional information, please contact Ms. Alex Dominguez at alexandra.dominguez@esc20.info or (210) 370-5410 or Mrs. Kelly Kovacs @ kkovacs@scuc.txed.net or (210) 945-6009.

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  • Federal Programs: Every Student Succeeds Act

     


    Title Programs

    The United States, through the US Department of Education, provides states federal educational funds based on a state's population, unemployement rate, poverty rates, low-income families and more. SCUC-ISD applies annually for these funds, known as the Every Student Succeeds Act (or ESSA) funds. These programs are divided by title including:

    (1) Title I, Part A: Improving the academic achievement of students

    (2) Title II, Part A: Preparing, training and recruiting high quality teachers and principals

    (3) Title III, Part A: Language instruction for limited English proficient and immigrant students

    (4) Title IV, Part A: To support safe and healthy students with a well-rounded educaiton

     

    Title I campuses in SCUC-ISD for 20-21 include:

    • Schertz Elementary
    • Rose Garden Elementary
    • Wilder Intermediate