Contact: ELL - Title I Project Coordinator

    Telephone: (321) 633-1000 ext. 11354


    If a School or System has been designated its own LEA for the purposes of Federal Funding, that school or system of schools is not eligible for any services below that are funded through federal funding sources pursuant to FS 1002.33 (25).


    Title I Part A Improving the Academic Achievement of the Disadvantaged

    Under Title I, schools are allocated funds based on mathematical formulas involving the number of children eligible for Title 1 support and the state per pupil cost of education. Charter schools receiving Title I funding are required to complete and submit evidence of compliance. Checklist and timeline of compliance is provided from the Title I, Elementary Leading and Learning. Documentation of compliance is to be submitted via an online program.


    TITLE II & Title IV

    Contact: SLL – Coordinator - Grants

    Telephone: (321)633-1000 11374


    Title II, Part A Teacher and Principal Training and Recruitment Fund requires that each charter school notify the School District of Brevard County of its intent to participate.

    Charter Schools may elect to spend Title II funds independently, however, they are required to submit all required documents by the specified deadline.  BPS will reimburse for approved Title II purchases during the program period.  Fee schedules for participation in BPS PD applies.

    Charter Schools who opt not to access Title II funds, separate from the district, may participate in all BPS PD offerings at no cost.

    Professional Learning and Development will generate reports from resource teacher documentation and ProGOE sign-in sheets to monitor charter school PD participation.  As participation reports are provided to the Title II Coordinator, BPS shall invoice charter schools for the BPS PD participation for their reconciliation, per the provided fee schedule.  After payment, participating charter schools may submit for reimbursement under Title II for amounts approved on their school-level plan and FDOE Project Award. 

    Title IV, Part A

    Charter Schools must submit a letter of intent and a school wide plan for approved Title IV expenditures.  This grant follows similar procedures as Title II for reimbursement of expenditures.

    The focus of Title IV must be to provide programs and activities that provide an enriched curriculum and educational experience for all students. These programs and activities must foster safe, healthy, supportive and drug free environments which include hardware, software and digital content that improve academic achievement, growth, and digital literacy.