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Tupelo Public School District

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About Federal Programs

The Office of Federal Programs provides district-wide support for students and teachers through Federal Programs. These resources include Title I, Title II, Title III, Title IV, and Title X. The funding from these resources provides a focus on early literacy for children in Pre-Kindergarten through fifth grade, class size reduction in first grade, professional development and innovative educational strategies that contribute to high educational standards ensuring that every child receives a quality education. These funding opportunities benefit children with support at all grade levels in the educational process.
 

Changes to ELL


The district ELL plan is under revision pending the new guidelines from MDE. These changes will be issued this summer. 

How We Use Federal Funds

Contact Us

For more information about federal funding, contact:
 
Corlis Curry
Director of Federal Programs
 
(662) 841-8850
 

For more information about ELL and Homeless Services, contact:
Ruth Baker and Lea Ann Dunklee.

ladunklee@tupeloschools.com

ELL Coordinator
662-620-6193
445 North Church Street
Tupelo, MS 38804
 
 
ELL/Homeless Liaison
(662) 322-4315/(662) 620-6193
445 North Church, Tupelo 38801

Parents' Right to Know

The qualifications of teachers and paraprofessionals employed in schools funded by Title I will be provided, upon parent request.  Title I Schoolwide Programs are available at the Early Childhood Education Center located at Martin Luther King School and the eight lower elementary schools.  For further information, please contact the Early Childhood Education Center Lead Teacher, the Principal of the elementary school where your child attends, or the Director of Federal Programs.
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