Grants & Federal Programs at H.A.C.C.
The Office of Grants & Federal Programs at H.A.C.C. is responsible for all grant funding received by the district for implementation of federal, state, and local initiatives. The Office of Grants and Federal Programs assist the following grants totaling over 40 million dollars:
- Title I, Part A – Basic
- Title I, Part C – Migrant
- Title I, Part D – Neglected & Delinquent
- Title II, Part A – Teacher & Principal Training & Recruiting
- Title III – English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)
- Title IV, Part B – 21st Century Community Learning Center (CCLC)
- Title X, Part C – Education for Homeless Children & Youth
- IDEA – Individuals with Disabilities Education Act
- FDLRS – Florida Diagnostic & Learning Resources System
- Carl D. Perkins – Secondary & Post Secondary
- HIPPY – Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters
- Adult Basic Education
The mission of Grants & Federal Programs at H.A.C.C. is to provide the highest level of grant development support to departments and schools applying for funding opportunities. The Grants Office works with district and school leadership to maximize resources available to Marion County Public Schools for improvement of educational services. As the grants are awarded, the role of the Grants Office is to provide technical assistance in managing the implementation and requirements set forth in the grant application.
The Director of Grants and Federal Programs is directly responsible for the following grants and programs; Title I, Parts A, C, and D, Title III, HIPPY, and 21st CCLC.
If you would like additional information about Grants & Federal Programs please call 352.671.4171.