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Federal programs are designed to support our students in reaching proficiency in state academic standards, meeting the high standards of California’s state assessment, closing achievement gaps, and boosting school success.
South Sutter Charter School prides itself in providing all students with a personalized academic program. Funds associated with our Federal Programs help to support: student academic success, professional development, English Learner services, and parent engagement activities. Funds are also used to support our Intervention Program, including targeted instructional opportunities and curriculum resources.
Ocean Grove Charter School prides itself in providing all students with a personalized academic program. Funds associated with our Federal Programs help to support: student academic success, professional development, English Learner services, and parent engagement activities. Funds are also used to support our Intervention Program, including targeted instructional opportunities and curriculum resources.
Sky Mountain Charter School prides itself in providing all students with a personalized academic program. Funds associated with our Federal Programs help to support: student academic success, professional development, English Learner services, and parent engagement activities. Funds are also used to support our Intervention Program, including targeted instructional opportunities and curriculum resources.

Title I

Title I is designed to support our students in reaching proficiency in state academic standards, meeting the high standards of California’s state assessment, closing achievement gaps, and boosting school success. Students who qualify for additional Title I support include English language learners, students of low socioeconomic status, and students who have scored low on school diagnostic assessments for English language arts and mathematics.

There are a number of Title I funded academic programs offered through our school this year:

  • Small group, online intervention tutoring
  • Supplemental curriculum suggestions to support instruction in the i-Ready domains
  • Parent webinars and ES professional development opportunities
  • English Learner support and curriculum

Family support is vital to our students' success, and communication between families and their Education Specialist (ES) is essential. Please be sure to reach out to your Education Specialist with questions pertaining to the above-listed resources. Any time your child faces barriers to school success, let us know, so we can find ways to help. 

For more information, contact our Federal Programs / Intervention Coordinator, Karen Amesse at kamesse@ieminc.org.

Parent and Family Engagement

Our leaders and staff believe in the value of education and family involvement. This is a collaboration between all educational partners, to include school, home, and the community. We aim to support parents and provide opportunities to be involved in the programs offered at our school. As a Title I, Targeted Assistance School, we ensure that our parent and family engagement policy and plan is developed jointly, and reviewed annually, with parents and family members.

Please view our Parent Family Engagement Policy.

For more information, contact our Federal Programs / Intervention Coordinator, Karen Amesse at kamesse@ieminc.org.

Title II

Title II, Part A is a federal program that provides supplemental funds to our school to help increase student academic achievement through improving teacher and administrative quality. Title II funds are used to provide our teachers and school leaders with a variety of professional development opportunities with the intent of improved student achievement. Title II funds are also use for teacher licensure coursework reimbursement and teacher mentoring and support.

Title III

The purpose of Title III supplementary funding is to help ensure that English Learners (ELs) attain English language proficiency and meet challenging state academic standards.

Title III funds provide supplemental academic supports for English Learner students by offering: small group instruction, supplemental instructional materials, translation services, and professional development opportunities for English Learner support staff.

For more information, contact our EL Coordinator, Kelly Rydjord at krydjord@ieminc.org.

Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund (ESSER III)

The purpose of the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund (ESSER III) is to help sustain the safe operation of schools and address the impacts of COVID-19 on the nation's students by addressing students' academic, social, emotional, and mental health needs. As a grant recipient, our school engaged and gave its educational partners, students, parents, families, and staff the opportunity to provide input in the development of its plan for the uses of ARP ESSER III funds.

 

Our planned use of ESSER III funds addresses the main categories of:

  • Prevention and Mitigation Strategies
  • Addressing Learning Loss
  • Addressing Students' Academic, Social, Emotional, and Mental Health Needs
  • Other Use of Funds

 

Please view the South Sutter Charter School's ESSER III Expenditure Plan.

Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund (ESSER III)

The purpose of the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund (ESSER III) is to help sustain the safe operation of schools and address the impacts of COVID-19 on the nation's students by addressing students' academic, social, emotional, and mental health needs. As a grant recipient, our school engaged and gave its educational partners, students, parents, families, and staff the opportunity to provide input in the development of its plan for the uses of ARP ESSER III funds.

 

Our planned use of ESSER III funds addresses the main categories of:

  • Prevention and Mitigation Strategies
  • Addressing Learning Loss
  • Addressing Students' Academic, Social, Emotional, and Mental Health Needs
  • Other Use of Funds

Please view the Ocean Grove Charter School's ESSER III Expenditure Plan.

Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund (ESSER III)

The purpose of the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund (ESSER III) is to help sustain the safe operation of schools and address the impacts of COVID-19 on the nation's students by addressing students' academic, social, emotional, and mental health needs. As a grant recipient, our school engaged and gave its educational partners, students, parents, families, and staff the opportunity to provide input in the development of its plan for the uses of ARP ESSER III funds.

 

Our planned use of ESSER III funds addresses the main categories of:

  • Prevention and Mitigation Strategies
  • Addressing Learning Loss
  • Addressing Students' Academic, Social, Emotional, and Mental Health Needs
  • Other Use of Funds

 

Please view the Sky Mountain Charter School's ESSER III Expenditure Plan.

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