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Federal Programs

For more information, visit the National Center for Homeless Education at:
For more information on services provided for students/families who qualify under McKinney-Vento, please contact the district homeless liaison Alana Williams by email at [email protected] or by calling 228-255-6200.

Parents of children who attend Title I, Part A funded schools have the right to be provided the following information by the school district:

1. Professional qualifications of the student’s classroom teachers (and paraprofessionals, if applicable),

2. Level of achievement of the parent’s child in each statewide academic assessment,

3. Notification to parents of children taught for 4 (four) or more consecutive weeks by a teacher who is not highly qualified, and

4. Notices and information under the Parents Right-to-Know in an understandable and uniform format, and to the extent practicable, in a language that parents can understand.


Testing and Student Surveys

District and School-Wide Plans: MDE Approved FY21 CFPA (MCAPS Application)
Title I, Part A (Improvement of Instruction)
Pass Christian School District uses Title I funds in all four schools in our district. Each school operates a Title I schoolwide program. Schools with more than forty percent of students receiving free and reduced-price lunches are eligible to use Title I funds for schoolwide programs that serve and meet the educational needs of all students in the school. Each school develops a continuous improvement plan based on needs identified within the school. The Title I school plans include evidence-based strategies for improving student achievement and supporting parental and family engagement.

Title II, Part A (High-Quality Teachers and Principals)

As funding permits, Pass Christian School District uses Title II funds to support recruitment and retention. Title II funds may also be used to provide evidence-based, high-quality professional development that improves the knowledge of teachers and principals.

Title IV: (Well-Rounded Education/Safe and Healthy Schools)

As funding permits, Pass Christian School District utilizes Title IV funds to support well-rounded educational opportunities and safe and healthy schools.