Accountability & Federal Programs

Accountability & Federal Programs


The Accountability/Federal Programs Department manages three major areas in the district:


Statewide Assessment 

WHCSD complies with all state-mandated testing resources. Visit our Academics page or school pages for more information. 


Federal Programs 

The district receives consolidated funding (Title I-A, Title I Non-Competitive Supplemental School Improvement, Title II-A, Title IV-A, IDEA-B Special Education, IDEA Early Childhood Special Education and Expanding Opportunities for Each Child Non-Competitive Grant). These funding sources are allocated to support the district/school improvement plan developed by the District Leadership Team (DLT) and Building Leadership Team (BLT) to address the academic/social and emotional learning (SEL) needs through the implementation of evidence based strategies/action steps to meet the targeted goal.


Title 1 Parent Meetings

Parent Meetings are held twice a year. Find archived presentations below: 


Parental Involvement


Family School Partnerships Survey

Parents and families have the opportunity to provide the District with feedback on our communications, academics, and resources in this yearly survey. The window opens in Fall. 


2021-2022 Family-School Partnerships Survey Results

The Ohio SSO Income Form is optional. Ohio SSO Income Form (Optional)SSO Form (optional)Meet the Team
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Arniece Basit
Coordinator of Accountability/Federal Programs
216.230.2881
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Diana Allen
Secretary
216.230.2880

 

 

Katiana Smith
Parental Involvement Specialist
Elementary (Pre K & Grades K-5)
 
Sherry Farmer
Parental Involvement Specialist
Secondary (Grades 6-8 & 9-12)

 

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