Federal Grants

The Comprehensive Continuous Improvement Plan (CCIP) is an extensive process of determining needs throughout the district and establishing goals and action steps to address those needs. As the district receives Federal Grant money, the CCIP is considered the “application” to receive those funds through the Ohio Department of Education. This process ensures that the funds are used as defined and allowed in the Every Student Succeeds Act to address identified needs.

Kent City Schools FY20 CCIP Detailed Plan

Elementary Schoolwide Assistance Plans FY20: Each elementary building has a Title I-A model called “Schoolwide Assistance”, which allows flexibility to allocate funded resources with students most in need of academic support.  The building plans are here:
Davey Elementary School
Holden Elementary School
Longcoy Elementary School
Walls  Elementary School 

2019 Equitable Access Plan Stakeholder Review
Staff and Community members are encouraged to review the results of the Equitable Access analysis as described in the slides presented to the Board of Education on February 19, 2019. Please direct comments and questions to Karen Rumley, Federal Grants Coordinator, by Thursday, February 28, 2019.
Stakeholder Presentation – February 19, 2019 (Presentation Slides)

2018 CCIP Stakeholder Review
In spring 2018 a Steering Team reviewed and updated the needs assessment document from prior years to reflect current issues facing our students, staff, and the district, and revised or established new goals to guide future decisions and actions. 

Title I-A Programs

Holden Elementary SchoolSchoolwide Assistance Needs Assessment and Plan 

The CCIP describes District Needs and Priorities for which Federal Funds may be allocated:
Title I-A Improving Basic Programs
Title II-A Improving Teacher Quality
Title III Immigrant
Title IV- Innovative Programs
IDEA-B Special Education
IDEA Early Childhood Special Education

To be determined:
McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance