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Federal Projects

The goal of the Federal Projects Department is to work collaboratively with parents, teachers, school administrators, and community members to ensure that all children receive a high-quality education.  We strive to find ways to best serve the unique needs of the students at each school.  Our department encompasses several key areas:

21st Century Community Learning Centers
The purpose of the 21st Century Community Learning Centers is to provide academic intervention and enrichment activities along with a broad array of youth development opportunities.  Educational services are also offered to family members of students to help engage parents in the achievement of their students' goals.

English Language Learning
Our district works diligently to support students who are in the process of learning the English language by providing instruction in English Language Development.  We strive to provide students with the necessary tools to develop English language proficiency.

Grants
Federal Projects works closely with teachers, school administrators, educational consultants, and government entities to determine the most effective use of grant funding.  We also take steps to ensure that grant requirements are adhered to.

Families in Transition
We offer support services for eligible students and unaccompanied youth who are experiencing homelessness.  In accordance with the Federal McKinney-Vento Act of 1987, we strive to ensure that students experiencing transition receive equal educational opportunities.

Title I
Dysart Unified School District has ten Title I schools, including eight elementary and two high schools.  Our goal is to provide each child with the highest quality education possible by incorporating Title I guidelines and objectives throughout the educational process.  The objectives of each school are guided by a clearly articulated Continuous Improvement Plan (CIP).


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