Federal Programs

Federal programs provide funding and resources to districts, and many of these programs are designed to help at-risk children. Funding includes a wide range of direct assistance programs to local schools and districts which provide funding for programs that boost student achievement and provide additional resources to engender a supportive environment for students. Federal programs on this page include Title I, other Title programs, and school/community nutrition.

Lawrence County Schools is a Title I district-wide program. The main goal of the Title I program is to improve all areas of your child’s education. Title I provides money for such things as: classroom teachers, instructional materials and programs, assessments, parent involvement, training for school staff (professional development), etc. in your child’s school. 

​You can find information on Title I  and other Title programs by clicking below.

Title I, Part A - Improving Academic Achievement  of the Disadvantaged


 Federal Programs Director- Mary Hall