The Curriculum and Instruction Department is responsible for managing state, federal, and private grants for programs that help our students more effectively achieve academic success. This includes both academic and support services programs. Grant-funded training is also planned and implemented by our department.
Our Federal Programs objective is to provide resources to ensure high-quality teacher preparation and training, along with high-quality student performance standards that meet or exceed federal and state regulations. By providing focused attention and assistance in identified areas of need, students are given an opportunity to obtain a high-quality education, and reach proficiency on federal and state standards and assessments.
State & Federal Programs
The Curriculum and Instruction Department is responsible for the programmatic planning, implementation and compliance monitoring of many of the federal and state grants awarded Vandalia-Butler City Schools through the Ohio Department of Education, including the district’s Consolidated Comprehensive Improvement Plan (CCIP).
The staff provides technical assistance to school personnel and central office staff in the acquisition of funds, program planning, implementation and documentation for Title I, Title II-A (Improving Teacher Quality, Title II-D (Technology), IDEA (Special Education and Early Childhood Special Education) and Auxiliary Services.