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‚ÄčBrock ISD ESSER III Funding Plan of Action

Brock ISD Return to In-Person Instruction and Continuity of Services Plan 2021-2022

Private Non-Profit Federal Programs Consult

It is consultation season for districts and private non-profit (PNP) schools inside and outside our boundaries.

An LEA has a responsibility to consult with all private schools within the district that might have students eligible to participate in Title I programs—i.e., students who live in participating public school attendance areas. An LEA also has a responsibility to consult with private schools outside the district if the LEA has reason to believe students who reside in a participating public school attendance area attend those schools. If a private school has students it believes may be eligible for Title I services because they reside in a participating public school attendance area in another LEA, private school officials can contact the Dee Ann Mills at Brock ISD 817-594-7642.  Consultation must take place by August 1, 2021, for the 2021-22 school year.

To be considered a private school, a home school must provide elementary or secondary education that incorporates an adopted curriculum designed to meet basic educational goals, including scope and sequence of courses, and formal review and documentation of children's progress, but is not required to be a nonprofit entity TAC 89.1096(a)(2), TAC 89.1096(a)(1)(B) , and TEA Private School Guidance.