Statesboro STEAM Academy Federal Programs
Statesboro STEAM College, Careers, Arts and Technology Academy benefits from many of the educational programs funded through the federal government. This funding allows SSCCAT to offer additional training, instruction, technology, and other critical services which are not provided for through state education funds.
Title I Funds are used to supplement schools/system budgets. Title I funds are not used to supplant (take the place of) local, state, or other federal funding.
What You Need to Know
Title I, Part A: Education for the Disadvantaged
Title I, Part A provides financial assistance to schools which have high populations of economically disadvantaged students. The purpose of the program is to provide additional academic support to low-income students to ensure all students meet state standards.
At Statesboro STEAM Academy we encourage parental involvement. A large component of Title I, Part A is parental involvement. Under the guidance of the parental involvement coordinator, the district offers ongoing opportunities for parents and other stakeholders to participate in the educational process.
Title I, Part C: Migrant Education Program
The Migrant Education Program (MEP) is designed to help reduce the educational disruption and other problems resulting from the repeated moves migrant children experience. ABAC's Migrant Education Consortium Program works with Statesboro STEAM Academy to serve migrant children.
Title I, Part D: Neglected and Delinquent Children
The purpose of Title 1, Part D is to improve the educational services for children identified as neglected or delinquent, including those residing in institutions.
Title II, Part A: Academic Improvement and Teacher Quality
The purpose of Title II, Part A is to increase academic achievement by improving the quality of teachers and principals in our school. At SSCCAT, these funds are utilized to provide professional development. All professional development funded by Title II A must be tied to the school improvement plan and student achievement scores.
Title IX, Part A: McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act
The McKinney-Vento Education for Homeless Children and Youth program is designed to address the problems faced by homeless children and youth in enrolling, attending, and succeeding in school. This program works to ensure students living in homeless situations have equal access to the same education as other children and youth.
Principal : Corliss Reese
Assistant Principal: Benji Lewis
Business Manager/Finance Director: Katie Harris
Parent and Family Engagement: Becky Brown
Federal Programs Coordinator: Natalie Watkins
Homeless Liaison: Natalie Watkins
1718 Northside Dr. E
Statesboro Georgia 30458