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Federal Grants Administration

Notice of Public Participation for Federal Grants

Centerville City Schools receives federal funding through the Special Education - IDEA (Part B) grant to assist with the education of handicapped children, ages 3-21. The district also receives funding through Title I, Title II-A, the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund, and the American Rescue Plan.

Major Allocations FY22 and Proposed Uses for the FY23 School Year

  • IDEA-B Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act Special Education -- $2,189,767* -- Intervention specialists, paraprofessionals, MTSS coach, and Math Support for early intervention
  • ECSE Early Childhood Special Education -- $69,533
  • Title I Improving Basic Programs -- $700,354 -- Reading support staff, family engagement, and summer student programming
  • Title II-A Supporting Effective Instruction -- $279,506 -- Professional development
  • Title III English Language Acquisition -- LEP: $37,627 / Immigrant: $0 -- TESOL endorsed teacher
  • Title IV, Part A Student Support and Academic Enrichment -- $53,056* -- Subscriptions and services to support student enrichment

* includes allocation for nonpublic schools

One-time Allocations

Interested parties may file comments by mail to Centerville City School District, Attention: Office of Student Services or Curriculum, 111 Virginia Ave Centerville, OH 45458.  You may also deliver your comment via email to or

Updated May 2022