Hoover City Schools

Federal Programs

This Section is Being Revised

2017-2018 Title I Program Description

The Hoover City Board of Education receives federal funding based on the number of free/reduced lunch students who attend school within the district. The amount of this federal allocation is based on the forty-day attendance report, which includes a breakdown of sub-groups, and the number of free/reduced lunch students in each school. The schools with the highest number of free/reduced lunch students receive funds from Title I to use for supplemental remediation in the identified area(s) of weakness. A portion of the allocation is set-aside to support the partial salary of one administrator, a secretary for Federal Programs, 1% set-aside for parent and family engagement, and funds to assist families identified as homeless under the McKinneyVento Homeless Assistance Act of 1987. Hoover City Schools employs 13 certified, Targeted Interventionists and one paraprofessional to work with students and parents. Each school receives funding based on a per pupil allocation. The schools are:

• Green Valley Elementary School

• Gwin Elementary School

• Rocky Ridge Elementary School

•  Trace Crossings Elementary School

To learn more about the district's federal funding plans and expenditures, please contact Dr. Debra Walker Smith, Director of Federal Programs at 205-439-1000.

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