The mission of the Office of State & Federal Programs is to provide support to students, staff, parents, and community in training, monitoring, and technical assistance to ensure that state and federal programs are aligned to district initiatives with a focus on increasing student achievement.
The Office of State and Federal Programs oversees the following programs:
- Title I
- Gifted and Talented Education (GATE)
- English Language Learner Program
- Migrant Education Program
- Title III
- Community Based English Tutoring (CBET)
The following services are provided:
Implement the new "No Child Left Behind" Title I legislation, including assisting sites to implement the requirements for the Title I Program Improvement schools.
Train and assist sites to align resources to support student learning as reflected in the "Academic Plan for Student Achievement"
Implement the district's program for English Learners, including staff development opportunities needed to implement quality instruction
Provide training to parents in their roles and responsibilities as members of the District Bilingual Advisory Committee (DBAC) and District Advisory Council (DAC).
Coordinate identification of GATE students and GATE program implementation.
Coordinate Supplemental Educational Services (SES) and Community Based English Tutoring (CBET) services.
Provide Migrant Education services in conjunction with the San Gabriel Valley Consortium.
Collect information for the Language Census Report.
Assist teachers in meeting the requirements for teachers to teach English Language Learners.
Monitor State and Federal Programs resources/expenditures/ and required reports.
Coordination of assessments for English Language Learners.
Submission of the Consolidated Application for State and Federal Programs.