• BREWTON CITY SCHOOLS


    Welcome to the Federal Programs' Page 

     

    In this section you will find information regarding a variety of federal education programs directly linked to Brewton City Schools. In addition, if you are searching for information regarding the following:

    1. Our school district's current federal programs and allocations of funds
    2. Our school district's Statement of Non-Discrimination
    3. Our school district's Title I Plan 
    4. Our school district's Parents Right to Know procedures
    5. Our school district's Parent Involvement Plan
    6. Our school district's Policy and Procedures for Homeless, Migrant, Immigrant, and Limited English Proficient Students 

     

    BREWTON CITY SCHOOLS’  FEDERAL PROGRAMS

    PROGRAMS

    DESCRIPTIONS

    Title I

    A federal program based on the number of poverty (low income) students.  This funding has been used to provide supplemental instructional services at the middle school and the elementary school.

    Title II

    A program based upon enrollment with the focus of class reduction and to promote professional development of teachers. This funding is used at Brewton Middle School.

    Title VI

    A program based upon census poverty data. This funding has been used to fund a partial teacher unit at T.R. Miller High School.

    Carl D. Perkins

    A program based upon enrollment designed for vocational and career technical education programs. These funds go to Escambia County toward the cost of TRM student enrollment at the Escambia-Brewton Career/Technical Center.

     
     

     

     

     

  • Brewton City Schools

    Attention: Mrs. Heidi Knapp

    811 Belleville Avenue

    Brewton, Alabama 36426

    Phone:  251-867-8400

    Fax:      251-867-8403

    E-mail:  hknapp@brewtoncityschools.org