Bartlett City Schools
FY 2018 Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) Programs Summary
Title I A Title I N Title ID Title IIA Title III
$2,791,610 $1,006,859 $37,111 $192,890 $17,057
Title IA, Title IN, & Title ID - In order to increase student academic achievement, all of the the Bartlett City Schools recieve Title I funds. There are 2 facilities for neglected children (Lakeside Behavioral, and Youth Villages), and 1 facility for delinquent children (Arkon Academy). The use of Title I A, N, and D funds will supplement instructional services provided by state and local funds.
Title I funds will be utilized for Instructional Facilitators, teachers (Response to Intervention), tutors, technology support, N & D Supervisor, and ESEA & Accountability Supervisor; extended learning including before/after school and Saturday tutoring; parent training; family engagement; and professional development.
Title IIA - Professional development activities for core academic subjects that are high quality, sustained, intensive, and classroom focused will be provided for instructional staff in all BCS schools and the participating non-public school (St. Ann Bartlett).
Title IIA funds will be utilized for the position of Professional Development/Evaluation Supervisor, Instructional Program Assistant, providing substitute days for PD, and materials/supplies. These items support school administrative initiatives and goals by providing professional development to teachers through Assessment Coaches and Instructional Coaches.
Title IIIA - Supplemental scientifically based language instruction to increase English proficiency and student academic achievement in support of English as a Second Language (ESL) services to English Learners will be provided to eligible BCS students, as well as eligible students attending participating non-public schools. Funds will be utilized for instructional materials/supplies, equipment, parent outreach, and professional development. Bartlett City Schools will also act as the Title IIIA Financial Consortium for the following districts: Arlington Community Schools, Lakeland Community Schools, and Millington Municipal Schools. This is based upon these districts having Title IIIA allocations that are not large enough to act as a single standing district.