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Federal Programs

Title I, Part A – Improving the Academic Achievement of Disadvantaged Students – Federal Assistance targeted to meet the needs of serving at-risk students in Reading and Math.  Qualifications are based on test data and poverty levels using free/reduced lunch data and the application process.

Title I Pre-K/NC Pre-K – Title 1 Pre-Kindergarten is a federally funded program that serves children and families with the greatest educational needs as determined by screening.  This program is designed to provide quality educational experiences for 4-year old children that will help them prepare for successful kindergarten and other educational settings.  The NC Pre-K is a state funded Pre-Kindergarten program.  This program is designed, to provide quality experience for 4-year olds who are at risk for school failure in order to enhance their readiness for Kindergarten.

Family Literacy Program – The Family Literacy Program provides a unified program of adult education, parenting education, early childhood education services, and interactive parent and child literacy activities. The Family Literacy Program promotes adult literacy and empowers parents to support the educational growth of their children. Parents attend adult education classes on a daily basis.

Title III – Language Instruction for LEP and Immigrant Students (English as A Second Language-ESL) – Federal Assistance targeted for language minority students identified as limited English proficient (LEP).

Title VI – IDEA Exceptional Children Services and IDEA Preschool – Federal assistance targeted to provide services for IDEA Exceptional Children qualifying students.

Title VII (Indian, Native Hawaiian, and Alaska Native Education) – Federal Assistance targeted to meet the needs and promote student achievement for the Indian, Native Hawaiian, and Alaska Native student population.

Title VII (Indian, Native Hawaiian, and Alaska Native Education) – Federal Assistance targeted to meet the needs and promote student achievement for the Indian, Native Hawaiian, and Alaska Native student population.

Title VIII (Impact Aid) – Federal Assistance designed for impacted school districts as a result of Government owned property.

Army Youth Program in Your Neighborhood
Army Youth Programs in Your Neighborhood (AYPYN) partners with school districts and other communtity based youth organizations that probide quality after-school programs for youth 11-18 years of age atending middle andh igh schools off the installation.