Hoover City Schools

Federal Programs

This Section is Being Revised

Related Documents:
LEA Title I Targeted Assistance Plan FY 17
Title I Parents Right-to-Know Procedure (2) (1).pdf
Parental Involvment Plan FY 17

2016-2017 Title I Program Description

The Hoover City Board of Education receives federal funding based on the number of free/reduced lunch students who attend school within the district. The amount of this federal allocation is based on the forty-day attendance report, which includes a breakdown of the sub-groups, and the number of free/reduced lunch students in each school. The schools with the highest number of free/reduced lunch students receive funds from Title I to use for supplemental remediation in the identified area of weakness. This year five elementary schools—Rocky Ridge, Trace Crossings, Green Valley, Shades Mountain and Gwin—will receive an allotment based on free/reduced lunch percentages. The district receives consolidated Title I funds. A portion of the allocation is set-aside to support the partial salary of one administrator, a secretary for Federal Programs, 1% set-aside for parental involvement (allocated to each school), and funds to help families identified as homeless. Each school receives funding based on a per pupil allocation. The schools are:

• Rocky Ridge

• Trace Crossings

• Green Valley

• Shades Mountain

• Gwin

All teachers at Title I Targeted Assistance schools are Highly Qualified (per Alabama State Department of Education). All Title I Targeted Assistance schools also have a Parent Resource Center with materials available for parents.

To learn more about federal funding plans and expenditures, refer to the LEA District Title I Targeted Assistance Plan (to the right of this page).

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