Federal Programs and Resources
Chickasha Public Schools receives federal funding for programs identified in the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) and IDEA. ESSA funding supplements state and local resources and supports students from low-income families and low-achieving schools. IDEA is the primary federal funding source for students with disabilities and special education.
The main sources of federal funds CPS receives are:
- Title I, Part A
- Title II, Part A
- Title III, Part A
- Title IV, Part B
- Title V RLIS
- IDEA, Part B
Federal Program Resources
Chickasha Public Schools coordinates and integrates funding received from federal programs utilizing the following 10 implementation components:
⁻Comprehensive needs assessment
⁻Schoolwide reform strategies
⁻Instruction by highly qualified teachers
⁻High quality and ongoing professional development
⁻Strategies to attract highly qualified teachers
⁻Strategies to increase parental involvement
⁻Plans for assisting preschool children in the transition from early childhood programs to local elementary programs
⁻Inclusion of teachers in decisions about the use of academic assessment information for the purpose of improving student achievement
⁻Effective, timely and additional assistance for students who have difficulty mastering the standards at proficient and advanced levels.
⁻Coordination and integration of Federal, State and local services and programs.
English Language Learners (ELL)