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We hope all are well! We will not be able to hold an in-person Public Review of Moore Public Schools' Title VI grant application this school year because of school closures, but we want to share the Title VI Allocation information with you for your review and suggestions.
Here is an overview of the information and snips from the application are included as attachments:
- INCREASE ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT and INCREASE SCHOOL READINESS
- The OBJECTIVES are achieved through these ACTIVITIES and SERVICES: Elementary and Junior High Tutoring and College/Career Readiness. Tutors meet with students for support in MATH and READING, Cultural and Academic Enrichment Activities and serve as a support for the families of Native students and the classroom teacher.
- The TOTAL ALLOCATION amount for the 2020-2021 school year is: $629,083
- The Allocation number is based off our TOTAL INDIAN STUDENT COUNT of: 3,072
- Proposed BUDGET SUMMARY Title VI PERSONNEL SALARIES: 97.2% = $611,383 TRAVEL: 0.0% = $250 SUPPLIES: 0.8% = $4,750 CONTRACTUAL: 0.1% = $500 OTHER: 0.1% = $750 INDIRECT COSTS: 1.8% = $11,450
A few notes: the Title VI grant application is on year 4 of 4 for the 2020-2021 school year, so OBJECTIVES remain the same for one more school year and can be modified/changed the next school year. INDIRECT COST is a percentage amount (1.8%) set by the State Department of Education and is used for general maintenance costs by the District, such as space, water and electric fees. The rest of the funds for MPS American Indian Education come from our Johnson O'Malley (JOM) grant, which is just over $64,000 for the Calendar year.
*Please send an email response with approval or any suggestions.
Caryn Record, Chickasaw, M.Ed
Moore Public Schools
Indian Education Coordinator
Oklahoma Native American Youth Language Fair
April 6-7, 2020
Sam Noble Museum in Norman, OK
Additional information click HERE.
MPS Youth Powwow
April 18, 2019
Moore High School
12:00 - 6:00 p.m.
CADAC Building Drug Free Communities
See MPS student TJ Tanyan in this moving video!