Federal Programs

Federal Programs Parent Meeting

A federal programs meeting is scheduled for Thursday, April 18, 2019, at 3:15 p.m., located at Wayne High School, room number 1 (old home ec room). Programs of discussion will include Title I, REAP Flex, Title VII and Johnson O’Malley (JOM). The first topic will be Title I and REAP Flex, immediately following with Title VII and JOM program information. Nominations are now open and being accepted for committee members for Title VII and JOM. If no nominations are offered, current members will be asked to continue their commitment to the programs and serve an additional two year term. Everyone is welcome to attend. Should you need additional information you may contact Cindy Ray, Federal Programs Director at (405) 449-3317 or email me at cinray@wayne.k12.ok.us

JOM School Supply List 2018

Below is the JOM supply list. As stated before, there have been changes to the JOM regulations, so along with the CDIB cards, each child will need to provide a citizenship card or letter from their tribe in order to receive JOM supplies. Please either DM me, call, or text me to verify I have all of your child's (children's) documentation. My phone number is (405) 761-5880.

Also, for parents needing to provide additional paperwork to qualify for JOM supplies, please bring the information to enrollment on August 6th (new students), August 7th (returning students), or at August 13th (open house from 6-8). I will be located in the HS library on the enrollment days and in my classroom (high school) on open house. Thank you!

Cindy Ray

JOM School Supply List.docx


Homeless Education Policy and Procedures

Homeless Education Policy.pdf

Title One

Each year individuals steal federal education dollars or misuse them for their own personal use. These vital funds provide educational opportunities that build the future of America. Don’t let them get away with it! Stop fraud, waste, and abuse of federal education dollars. If you suspect waste, fraud or abuse, report it today.

Submit your complaint at your convenience as follows:

Via Web

https://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/oig/index.html

U.S. Postal Mail

U.S. Department of Education

Office of Inspector General Hotline

400 Maryland Ave, S.W.

Washington, DC, 20202-1500

(Your report can be made anonymously)

For questions, please call 1-800-MISUSED (1-800-647-8733)

*Operators do not accept reports over the phone*