ESEA & Title I
The Elementary and Secondary Education Act supports supplementary programs to enrich the school experience.
Families in Transition
The FIT program fulfills MSBSD’s federal requirements by ensuring students in transition have the same access to educational opportunities as other students. By working collaboratively with all MSBSD schools, FIT promotes school stability and academic success for its students.
Migrant Education prepares students for society by ensuring they have resources needed to succeed academically.
The EL Program is designed to support English Learners in acquiring the necessary skills to be academically successful.
The Federal Programs Department's goal is to maximize the impact of grant funds on student achievement through supplemental programs that align with the school board goals.
Paper Grant Application Request
The Alaska Native/American Indian Education program promotes excellence by capitalizing on inherent strengths.
AK Native Science and Engineering Program
ANSEP Acceleration High School is a full day, full year, school-based opportunity that offers dual credit enrollment for MSBSD students at no cost. ANSEP also offers programs for students kindergarten through graduation, for summer and school year, and throughout the state.
For more information
Federal Programs Public Notice
Office of the Inspector General of the Department of Education
Pursuant to the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 (20 U.S.C, 6301 et seq.), below is the hotline contact information of the Office of Inspector General of the Department of Education. This is provided so that any individual who observes, detects, or suspects improper use of taxpayer funds can easily report such improper use. ESSA, Section 9203