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Title III 2010-2011. Program Requirements: Increase the English proficiency of LEP children Provide professional development. Total 2010-2011 Allocation: $688,139.00. Supplementary staff Specialists for ESL, Paras for TWI and Counselor Tutoring Summer School.

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Title iii 2010 2011

Title III

2010-2011

Program Requirements:

Increase the English proficiency of LEP children

Provide professional development

  • Total 2010-2011 Allocation:

  • $688,139.00

  • Supplementary staff

    • Specialists for ESL, Paras for TWI and Counselor

    • Tutoring

    • Summer School

  • Campus funds for improving student achievement

  • Parent Involvement activities

  • Supplies and materials

  • Indirect costs


Title iii 2010 2011

Bilingual Education

2010-2011

Program Requirements:

Staff Development

Funds Must be used in providing bilingual education or special language programs

PK/K Summer School

  • Total 2010-2011 Allocation:

  • $566,963.00

Campus funds for improving student achievement

  • Parent Involvement activities

  • Supplies and Materials

  • Staff Development

  • Tutoring

  • Summer School


Title iii 2010 2011

Title I, Part C

2010-2011

  • Program Requirements:

  • Migrant Service Coordination

  • Early Childhood Education

  • New Generation System

  • Parent Involvement

  • Identification and Recruitment

  • Secondary Credit Exchange

  • Total 2010-2011 Allocation:

  • $216,323.00

  • Migrant Recruiter/ Building Bridges / Counselor

  • Student Tuition

  • School Supplies

  • Uniforms/Sweaters

  • Transportation

  • Summer School


Title iii 2010 2011

Title I, Part A

2010-2011

Program Requirements:

Parent Involvement

Staff Development

Improvement of academic achievement

Ensure teachers are highly qualified

Private Non-Profit Schools

  • Total 2010-2011 Allocation:

  • $5,564,311.00

  • Allotment for campuses based on number of

  • economically disadvantaged students

  • Supplementary staff

  • Support for improving academic achievement

  • During and after school tutoring

  • Intervention Programs

  • Summer programs

  • Supplementary campus funds for improving student achievement

  • Parent Involvement activities

  • Pre-K support training/materials

  • Homeless supplies

  • Non-profit private school consultation participation


Title iii 2010 2011

Title II, Part A

2010-2011

Program Requirements:

Increasing academic achievement by improving teacher/principal quality and retention, increasing highly qualified teachers

Hold schools accountable for improving student academic achievement

  • Total 2010-2011 Allocation:

  • $919,934.00

  • Secondary Math/Science Specialists

  • Content Staff Development for teachers

    • Language Arts

    • Math

    • Science

    • Social Studies

    • Technology

    • Languages other than English

  • Teacher certification and recruitment in critical shortage areas; Math, Science, Bilingual, Special Education

  • Indirect costs


Title iii 2010 2011

Curriculum & Instruction Local Budget (199)

2010-2011

  • Total 2010-2011 Local:

  • $72,728.00

Local budget for Curriculum &

Instruction office management

  • Employee Extra Duty - Professionals

  • General supply needs for office management

  • Course Guide printing, misc. printing, copy machine maintenance for designated copy machines at Zotz and Administration

  • Travel for Associate Superintendent and clerical staff

  • Local budget also used for supplementary office supplies (paper, ink etc.)


State comp ed funds

State Comp Ed Funds

  • 2011: $374,000 in comp ed discretionary funds were given to campuses to support their campus-wide academic programs as described in their CIP.

  • 2012: Plans are to continue as in the past, subject to availability of state funds.


Mckinney vento grant texas state homeless education program texshep

McKinney Vento Grant: Texas State Homeless Education Program (TEXSHEP)

The extra funding we get from TEXSHEP is used to support the following activities:

Tutorials

School Uniforms/Emergency Clothing

School Supplies

Emergency Food/Medicine

Tuition for Summer School, Dual Credit Classes, etc.

After School Programs

Transportation

Case Management Referrals

Staff Development


Texshep funds

TEXSHEP Funds

  • 2011: GPISD received an initial allocation of $39,900; this was followed by a reallocation of $18,000, for a total of $57,900 for this school year.

  • 2012: GPISD will be in the third year of a three year grant cycle, and so we are slated to receive at least our initial allocation of $39,900.


Questions about sce or texshep

QUESTIONS ABOUT SCE OR TEXSHEP

You may contact Mark Goza if you have any questions about State Comp Ed (SCE) or Texas State Homeless Education Program funds at any time at extension 1030, by cell phone at 713-870-4770, or by email: [email protected]


Title iii 2010 2011

Special Education

2010-2011

  • Total 10-11 Allocation:

  • $3,316,009.00

  • Program Requirements:

  • Provide services to students with disabilities

  • Additional teachers and para-professionals, support staff

  • Contracted services for day school placements for students whose academic/behavioral needs cannot be met in district

  • Contracts sheltered work program, deaf-ED coop for students

  • Instructional materials, assistive technology adaptive equipment

  • Staff development co-teach/collaborative model, SIOP, classroom management


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