For more information on Federal Programs please view the PowerPoints listed below. At the end of each PowerPoint is a survey for comments.
Department Mission: The mission of the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District Federal Programs/Small Schools Department is to provide quality, timely, and collaborative academic support to enhance the success of targeted students, schools and parents in an ethical manner and in compliance with KPBSD policies, federal regulations and state statutes.
The EL Program provides assessment and instructional services to English Learners in the district. Teachers are provided tools for best instructional practices with English Learners so that students are given support at their level.
The Title I, Part A program provides funding for teachers and tutors in high poverty schools to provide additional learning opportunities for struggling learners. KPBSD Title I, Part A programs target elementary schools and small schools in the district with poverty levels above 35%.
Students experiencing homelessness are provided assistance through the two district Homeless Liaisons. This program's primary purpose is to ensure that educational programs for students are not interrupted while they are in transition. Additional information can be found at the link on this page.
Activities that help ensure a well-rounded education for every student, are funded through Title IV. These activities include providing support to increase access to courses for students enrolled in small schools that lack the staffing to offer broad course offerings, and also address the needs of students who aren't necessarily homeless, but who at significant risk of dropping out due to trauma or personal crises.
KPBSD operates a Migrant Education program that provides supplemental support for migrant eligible students and their families. These services help ensure that students do not fall behind academically because of their migratory status.
The KPBSD Title VI, Indian Education Program provides supplemental support for Alaska Native and Native American students in the district. Because of the small size of the program, supplemental services are not available for all students. Targeted services are established in areas of greatest need. The KPBSD Title VI Program operates with the direction of the Title VI Parent Advisory Committee.
This form can be used to address concerns or complaints that arise regarding the delivery of services under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA).