State & Federal Programs


Laurie L Gordon: Director of State& Federal Programs

 

WELCOME! The Office of State & Federal Programs is responsible for providing district-wide direction and support services for students who qualify for Section 504 protections, are English Language Learners, have reading difficulties (i.e., Dyslexia) and students who are at risk of dropping out of school.  Also included in the umbrella of special programs services are programs that serve students who are economically disadvantaged, homeless, pregnant, or receiving homebound services.  
Although each of these programs has a unique mission, function, goal, and objectives; all, have the distinction of looking at each student as an individual within the context of the educational setting and providing support services to ensure graduation.

 

ESSA

 

State Compensatory Education Section 504

 

Parent Involvement

 

Homeless Child Find
Limited English Proficiency

 

District Federal Report Card

LCE   LCI   LCJH  MVE   MMS  

Dyslexia

 

These programs are governed by State Compensatory Education, Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and No Child Left Behind, NCLB,  (also known as the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, ESEA).