• Visits to Federal Programs

    In an effort to keep visitors and employees safe and healthy, visiting our offices may look a bit different. Specifically, we are asking that visitors to our Federal Programs Office for items like residency waivers adhere to the following requests. The reasoning is because the length of visits to this office is usually longer than others and the set-up of the office space is also a bit different than others across the district. Thank you in advance!

    1. When possible, please schedule an appointment to complete a residency waiver by calling 735-3715.  
    2. Please limit the number of people present to complete the residency waiver. 
    3. To expedite the process, please bring your identification and proof of residency to your appointment. Accepted proofs of residency include: real estate contract, rental agreement, electric bill, gas bill, or water bill. 
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    Federal Programs and Student Support Services
      
     
    Title I provides supplemental educational opportunities for children who are most at risk of failing to meet the State's challenging content and performance standards. 
     
    The following information is provided to our parents so we may all support our students to achieve their highest potential.
     
    Title I provides supplemental educational opportunities for children who are most at risk of failing to meet the State's challenging content and performance standards. In Republic Schools, Title I funds provide Reading Recovery and Literacy Coach support to our five elementary buildings. 
  • English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)
     
    If a parent/guardian indicates that another language other than English is spoken in the home, a student may be classified as an English Language Learner (ELL). The student will be screened to determine the level of English proficiency. Results from this testing are used to determine what support the ELL specialists may provide to the student. 
  • Homeless
     
    The district's homeless liaison works to accurately identify or locate all children/youth that are experiencing homelessness (as defined by McKinney-Vento Act). A homeless individual is one who lacks a fixed, regular, and adequate nighttime residence. 
  • SOAR (Gifted Program)
     
    The district is increasing efforts to identify children in the elementary buildings who may qualify to be tested into the Seeking Out Academic Rewards (SOAR) program. Students may also be referred for testing by a parent or teacher. 
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    Contact Information
     
    Beth Trogdon
    Director of Federal Programs and Student Support Services
    Foster Care and Homeless Liaison
    P: 417.735.3715
    F: 417.732.3706
     
     
     
    Amanda Bailey
    Administrative Assistant of Federal Programs and Student Support Services
    P: 417.735.3715
    F: 417.732.3706
     
     
    Federal Programs and Student Support Services
    636 N. Main
    Republic, MO 65738 
     
    Office Hours: 7:30 am - 4:00 pm