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Grant Funding Information

Grant funding secured for the 2018-2019 school year:

Name of Grant ​Intent of Grant ​Awarded Allocation Department Impacted
​Title IX ​Homeless Services $115,000.00 ​Homeless Liaison
​SEDNET Provide services for students with emotional and behavioral disabilities $131,000.00 Exceptional Student Education
Carl D. Perkins Career Technical Education ​$615,251.00 Career Technical Education
​School Improvement Grant (Cohort 3) ​School turnaround ​$500,000 Atlantic High School
Individuals with Disabilities (IDEA) ​Exceptional Student Education services $15,167,026.00 Exceptional Student Education
​IDEA Pre-K Exceptional Student Education for Pre-K ​$379,400.00 ​Exceptional Student Education
Title III English Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) ​$530,110.00 ​English Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)
​Title I, Part A Increase academic  achievement ​$21,321,209.00 All low socio-economic schools
​Title I, Part C Services to families who are itinerant $106,245.00 Migrant
​Title I, Part D Neglected Delinquent Youth ​$293,482.00 ​Neglected and Delinquent
​Title II, Part A Enhance the quality of Teaching and Principal Leadership ​$2,207,910.00 ​All schools
​21st Century Community Learning Centers ​Provide supplemental instruction in addition to the school day $94,335.00 ​Campbell Middle School
​21st Century Community Learning Centers Provide supplemental instruction in addition to the school day $330,776.00 Starke Elementary School
21st Century Community Learning Centers Provide supplemental instruction in addition to the school day ​$215,878.00 Turie T. Small Elementary School
21st Century Community Learning Centers ​​Provide supplemental instruction in addition to the school day $385,387.00 Westside Elementary School
School Improvement Grant (Cohort 4) Early Learning Model ​$1,644,691.00 ​Holly Hill School
Instructional Leadership and Faculty Development Professional development for principals and other LEA administrators ​$140,765.00 ​All leadership staff
Unified School Improvement Grant Targeted or Comprehensive Support and Improvement ​$881,742.00 Champion, Palm Terrace, and Westside Elementary Schools
Title IV Student Support and Academic Enrichment to provide students access to a well-rounded education, safe and healthy schools, and the use of technology. ​$1,351,910.00 All
Youth Mental Health Awareness ​Training for mental health support ​$245,250.00 SEDNET
Restart Grant Immediate aid to restart school operations resulting from Hurricane Irma $1,716,957.00 ​All