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Academic Programs

 

STAFF

Title I:  is a  Federal program that supports school reform in the areas of literacy, mathematics, teacher professional development and parent involvement.  All schools in San Juan School District are Title 1 School-wide programs.  

Employees who are paid with Title 1 funds are required to      document time and effort.Employees who are paid 100% of their salary with Title 1 funds need to sign a Time & Effort Documentation twice a year.Employees who are paid a portion of their salary with Title 1 funds need to document each month that they are engaged in approved Title 1 activities for the percentage of time they are paid with Title1 funds.


Title III:  The purpose of Title III is to help ensure that English language learners (ELLs) attain English language proficiency and acquire the knowledge and skills needed to meet the State’s academic achievement standards.  San Juan School district has a small number of Hispanic and other foreign language ELL students as well as a larger number of American Indian students who need additional support in developing Cognitive Academic Language Proficiency (CALP).  The Title III program assists schools by:
  •  Implementing school-wide programs to upgrade language instruction educational programs and academic content instruction for ELLs.
  • High-quality language instruction educational programs for ELLs and professional development for school personnel;

Supporting Documents: 

WIDA/Common Core Alignment Documents:

PARENTS

  • Title 1: is a federal program designed to promote school reform and provide additional support to students and schools in the areas of reading, mathematics, parent involvement and teacher development.  Attached are documents that further explain the role of Title 1:


Partnership Programs:  San Juan School District partners with higher education and other agencies to provide additional services for students.
  • Adult Education services are contracted through Utah State University/CEU.  Dennis Crane is the director of our Adult Education program.  See attached brochure.
  • GEAR-UP—is designed to increase the number of low-income students who are prepared to enter and succeed in postsecondary education. GEAR UP provides services at high-poverty middle and high schools. GEAR UP grantees serve an entire cohort of students beginning no later than the seventh grade and follow the cohort through high school.