Federal Educational Programs

Federal Educational Programs Information and Contacts

Title I, Part A: Improving BASIC Programs Operated by Local Educational Agencies
The purpose of Title I, Part A is to improve the academic achievement of economically disadvantaged youth.
The following schools have been designated as school-wide programs: Crookshank Elementary School, The Webster School, South Woods Elementary School, Osceola Elementary School, Otis A. Mason Elementary School, Ketterlinus Elementary School, Gaines/Transitions School, R.J. Murray Middle School, Gamble Rogers Middle School, Sebastian Middle School, and St. Johns Technical High School.

Director for Early Childhood and Federal Programs Brian McElhone (904) 547-8963
Coordinator for Federal Programs Nikki Lynch (904) 547-8926


Title I, Part C: Education of Migratory Children
(contract with Alachua Multi-County Migrant Program)
This program provides monitoring and support for migrant students. Most identified students are enrolled at South Woods Elementary, Murray Middle, Gamble Rogers Middle, and Pedro Menendez High.

Coordinator for Federal Programs Nikki Lynch (904) 547-8926



Title I, Part D, Subpart 2: Prevention and Intervention Programs for Children and Youth Who Are Neglected, Delinquent, or at Risk
This program provides supports to students in residential facilities. Supports are in the form of additional teachers and materials.

Senior Director Paul Abbatinozzi (904) 547-8558



Title II, Part A: Supporting Effective Instruction
This grant provides training for teachers and principals. Schools receiving allocations are used to meet school needs as identified in their School Improvement Plans.

Coordinator for Federal Programs Nikki Lynch (904) 547-8926



Title III: English Language Acquisition, Language Enhancement, and Academic Achievement
This grant provides supplemental services and materials for English Learners (ELs).

Program Specialist Lourdes Khosrozadeh (904) 547-8924