Federal Programs are those programs funded with dollars appropriated by the federal government for the expressed purpose of addressing high priority needs, such as high poverty rates, limited opportunities for certain services and other educational deficits.  The Greenwood Leflore Consolidated School District’s Office of Federal Programs administers five (5) federal programs:

1.    Title I, Part A (Basic) supports supplemental services for students in high-poverty schools;

2.    Title II, Part A (Effective Instruction) supports class-size reduction and teacher and principal training;

3.    Title III supports programs and services for English language learners and Immigrant students;

4.    Title VI, Part A-Student support and Academic Enrichment;

5.    Title V Part B (Rural Education)

Each program targets specific areas of need, and each program has guidelines for using funds.  However, funds may be used in any way that supplements the curriculum and meets the needs to be addressed by a particular program.  Our website represents another effort of the school district to keep parents and the community informed.  We are always looking for ways to improve what we do.  We welcome and encourage your feedback.


Cynthia H. House, Ed.S.

Director of Federal Programs

District Homeless Liaison

Foster Care Point of Contact

Fax: 662.459.7250


Lillie Stanley, Administrative Assistant/

Fallon Jackson, Bookkeeper/

Ladonna Jefferson, Fixed Assets/Homeless/   

2024 Federal Programs Comprehensive Needs Assessment Survey

 The 2024 Federal Programs Comprehensive Needs Assessment Surveys will launch February 5, 2024 for staff, parents, students, and community stakeholders.  All GLCSD stakeholders are encouraged to participate in the surveys as we prepare to plan for the 2024-2025 school year.  The survey window will close on April 5, 2024.   PLEASE CLICK HERE to take our survey.

Cynthia House

Federal Programs Director/GLCSD Homeless Liaison/Foster Care Point

Phone: 662-581-3014




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