(These are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work performed. The omission of specific duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related, or a logical assignment to the position.)
- Know and effectively communicate the division philosophy and mission.
- Coordinate with the planning and appropriate use of funds available to the schools through the various federal programs: Title I, Part A; Title I, Part C; Title I, Part D, Subpart 2; Title II, Part A; Title III, Part A; Title VI, Part B, Subpart 2.
- Assume responsibility for the writing of the Federal Consolidated Application (including all Title Programs) revisions and proposals in cooperation with instructional staff for submission to and approval by the State Department of Education or other designated agencies.
- Prepare monthly reports on the progress of all Title programs within the Consolidated Application, ELs, Migrant and any other related projects.
- Identify ELs, oversee the assessment of ELs including accommodations, account for the progress and proficiency of ELs, ensure the provision of a LIEP program to all identified ELs at proficiency levels 1.0-4.3, etc.
- Disseminate project information to the appropriate staff and the community.
- Coordinate related staff development activities.
- Oversee all Title Program funds for Consolidated Application including budgets and grants.
- Review and approve purchase requests in line with the Federal Programs budget.
- Coordinate with the planning and appropriate use of funds available to the schools through the various federal programs.
- Be familiar with the detail of all revenues and expenditures; use this knowledge to prepare budget requests and monitor appropriated budgets to ensure compliance, working with Finance staff when necessary.
- Amend and revise the Consolidated Application including all Title Federal Programs to document allocations and Division spending in OMGEA.
- Write and ammend all federal grants, review purchase orders, obtain appropriate approval for expenditure, place all supply and food orders & lodging registration, process and track all reimbursements/balances and purchase orders.
- Apply for Title I Waivers, as necessary.
- Participate on relevant committees and other appropriate planning activities.
- Conduct an annual evaluation of federal and state projects.
- Coordinate the Federal Programs Parent and Migrant Parent Advisory Committees.
- Oversee and assist with the implementation of parent involvement activities.
- Assist in the Federal Programs preparation, maintaining and monitoring of records and reports, such as:
a. Title 1 and Migrant
b. Carry-over application
c. Eligibility and placement reports
d. Project Amendments
e. Needs Assessments
f. Reimbursement Requests
g. Evaluation reports
h. Title 1 & Migrant Payroll
i. Comparability reports
j. Annual Inventory
- Coordinate federal projects with private schools.
- Ensure the compliant operation of Title funds in the non-public schools to include:
a. Timely and meaningful consultation meetings with the non-public school representatives;
b. Generate a contract with the outside agency involved in providing service to the non-public school;
c. Communicate with outside agency involved in providing service to the non-public school.
- Use appropriate research resources to identify opportunities for educational grants, entitlements, and allocations.
- Seek and write new grant opportunities.
- Assists and advises building principals and district administrators in the implementation and evaluation of federal programs.
- Serve as the Division homeless liaison.
- Remains current on laws and requirements regarding each Title Program, and meets with related staff to interpret and implement regulations.
- Prepares for and undergo the monitoring/audits of Division Federal Programs.
- Attends appropriate area and state meetings related to all Federal Programs.
- Assists in the hiring and assignment process for personnel in federally funded positions, including summer programs.
- Confer with school administration on curriculum, coordination with project requirements and program administration.
- Coach teachers, develol and implement professional development for educators of ELs-utilizing ELLEVATION with teachers to compile resources for them based on data or teacher needs surveys, develop and implement various parent/family engagement activities, etc.
- Facilitate the integration of the Title I and Migrant Programs with other instructional programs and services.
- Plan and supervise appropriate in-service and training activities for program staff including sessions on various instruction.
- Develop and conduct or arrange for staff development sessions, methods, enriched learning in classroom settings, and methods for identifying bilingual and migrant students.
- Implement procedures and coordinate the process to identify bilingual and migrant students at all grade levels district-wide, including review of student data and testing of students.
- Assumes the responsibility for planning and developing a comprehensive needs assessment and district improvement plan for Federal Programs.
- Monitor the evaluation of each program and initiate program improvement strategies when necessary.
- Prepare an annual report on the progress of Migrant and Title Programs within the Consolidated application, EL and any other related projects.
- Disseminate Title Program project information to the appropriate staff and the community.
- Present monthly reports to continuously update the School Board on all Title Programs.
- Perform other tasks and assume such other responsibilities as the Superintendent may assign or delegate.