The Farmington R-7 School District receives funds from the federal government to supplement state and local funding. These federal funds are intended to ensure that all students have the opportunity to obtain a high quality education and attain proficiency in academic standards and assessments.
The district receives funds though the following federal programs:
Title I funding provides financial assistance to schools with a high enrollment of students from economically challenged homes. Funding is used to provide educationally productive programs to ensure all students meet challenging state academic standards.
Farmington R-7 uses Title I dollars for the purchase of academic supplies and materials in the areas of reading, professional development for highly qualified teachers/administrators, and salaries/benefits for Title I teachers/paraprofessionals.
Title II funds are used to improve teacher and principal quality. This is accomplished by increasing the number of highly qualified teachers, principals, and other school leaders through professional development and additional supports for new teachers.
Title I, Part D
Non-Public Schools and Institutions: