Athletics Career and Technical Education Child Nutrition Communications Curriculum & Instruction Driver Education Exceptional Children Facility Support Operations Federal Programs Finance Human Resources Student Information System Technology/Media Testing/Accountability Transportation
Board of Education Closings & Delays Directories Distribution Center Important Links Policy Manual Schools Superintendent
Credit By Demonstrated Mastery Important Links Kindergarten Registration Parent / Student Handbook Parent Involvement Pre-Kindergarten Registration School Assignment - Attendance Zones School Physicals School Registration Packet The Code of Student Conduct Volunteers
English Language Arts English as a Second Language Healthful Living Instructional Technology Mathematics Science Social Studies English Language Development Standards Honors Implementation
Board of Education Meetings School Calendar

Federal Programs Home

December 10, 2015 the ESSA was signed into law.  


Title I  CCPS Handbook

Programs include: parent involvement, prekindergarten, additional academic programs, and private school services

Title II - Improving Teacher Quality

Programs Include: beginning teachers induction, mentor programs, improving teacher quality, licensure

Title III - English as a Second Language

Programs include:  ESL Instruction, ACCESS testing, supplemental programming and activities

Title VI - Rural Low Income Schools

Programs follow guidelines of Title I and Title II

RttT - Race to the Top

Programs include training for teachers and administrators in the new NC Standard Course of Study and Upgrades for technology


Parents Right to Know - Parents of students attending Title I schools may have access to teacher qualifications upon request.  All teachers in Title I schools are required to be licensed in the area in which they teach.

Derechos que deben saber los padres – Padres de niños que están asistiendo escuelas calificadas como Título I pueden pedir o solicitar las cualificaciones profesionales o calificación del maestro.  Todo maestro en escuelas Título I debe ser altamente calificado según esta definido por el Departamento de Instrucción de Carolina del Norte.