Hertford County Public Schools

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  • Welcome to the
    Federal Programs Department


    Ms. Patty Keene, Director



     Mrs. Rebecca Powell, Executive Secretary

    Title I


    Title I, the foundation of the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001, is one of the largest federal education programs.  Title I funding reaches approximately 12.5 million students enrolled in private and public schools, which can include preschool through high school students.  

    Title I provides financial assistance to schools with large numbers of economically-disadvantaged students to ensure that all students meet state requirements and academic achievement standards, and to support parental involvement.  Based on the needs of their student subgroups, Title I schools design instructional programs and provide student services to supplement existing programs that are financed through local, state, and other federal funds.  The ultimate goal is to raise student achievement.

    All Hertford County Public Schools are schoolwide Title I schools in which funds are used to serve all students in order to increase student achievement.  Schools receiving Title I funding are served by highly qualified teachers.

    *To learn more about our schools, click on “About Us” on the main webpage.     


    The following link provides access to the many federal programs that impact education in North Carolina. From here, educators, parents, and community can launch specific federal programs for information and resources.


    Quick reference for several Federal Programs:


    Title I:  School Improvement, Even Start Family Literacy, Migrant Children, Children who are Neglected or Delinquent, and Comprehensive School Reform


    Title II:  teacher recruitment, high quality teachers, teacher and principal training, and enhancing education through technology


    Title III: covers English Language Acquisition (ELL, ESL) Language Enhancement and Academic Achievement


    Title VI:  (Small), Rural Schools Achievement Program, and Rural and Low-income School Program


    Title X:  addresses provisions for the education of homeless children


    *More Information for Parents:

    Parents NCLB


    HCPS does not offer Choice or SES (Supplemental Educational Services)in accordance with the ESEA Waiver; however, many other learning resources are provided to enhance learning and achievement at each school.  



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