Programs and services to improve the educational opportunities and academic achievement of students in need.
About Salem-Keizer Title I Programs
The U.S. Department of Education provides Title I funds to assist schools in meeting the educational needs of students living near or at poverty levels. Salem-Keizer Public Schools manages this federal grant funding to bridge gaps in educational achievement and help ensure that all students meet state academic standards.
Our Federal Programs Department manages federal grant funding from Titles I-A, I-C, I-D, II-A, III, IV-A, and VI, and McKinney-Vento to support Salem-Keizer PreK-12 schools, the SKPS Native Education Program (NEP), the McKinney-Vento Program (MVP), and local private school Title programs. We are committed to supporting academic success for all through the innovative, effective, and compliant use of federal, state, and community resources.
See our Federal Programs Manual for details on how we serve students through these grant sources.
Programs designed to address the unique, culturally-related academic needs of Native American and Alaska Native students.
Programs for English Learners
From Dual Language, ESOL and Migrant Education, we offer several programs tailored to the strengths and needs of English language learners.
Comprehensive high-quality educational services for children of essential working families who migrate to work in the agricultural, forestry and fishing industries.
Title I Preschool
Salem-Keizer offers high-quality preschool opportunities for children ages 4 to 5 who live within the boundaries of our Title-funded schools.