Posted: Fri, 12/11/2015 - 9:12am Updated: Thu, 07/23/2020 - 3:14pm
Title I, A School Improvement Fund Number(s) Title I, A School Improvement Receipt Number
4100-4299 4514

EBI Rubric

  • Annotated study that meets the Strong category and can be used as EBI for SIG purposes
  • Annotated study that represents high-quality research but cannot be used as EBI for SIG purposes

Peer Review of EBI’s

  • Worksheet peer reviewers complete for EBI portion of SIG.
  • Example of completed worksheet.

SIG Eligibility List

SIG Options

FY 21 SIG Implementation Funding

Submission Instructions:
By the noted due date below, LEAs must submit the SIG applications via the Title I app center at https://title1.doe.in.gov via the opened FY 21 SIG application. Utilize the attachments tab to upload the corresponding Word documents below. The respective funding amount, $50,000 or $200,000, has been added to each eligible school.

Planning

No new planning grants will be offered due to hold harmless except for newly identified CSI schools for graduation rate purposes only.

Implementation

1003(g)

School Improvement Grants (SIG), are authorized under section 1003(g) of No Child Left Behind. Funds are awarded on a competitive basis to schools in districts with the greatest need for funds and the strongest commitment to provide adequate resources and support. The LEA must implement one of four school intervention models: turnaround model, restart model, school closure, or transformation model.

Cohort 8: 2017-2018

2017-2018 RECIPIENTS
SCHOOL AND LEA NAME
YEAR 1 FUNDS
(2017-2018)
YEAR 2 FUNDS
(2018-2019)
YEAR 3 FUNDS
(2019-2020)
YEAR 4 FUNDS
(2020-2021)
Eminence Elementary School
Eminence Community Schools
$177,250 $195,650 $174,900 $81,650
Green Valley Elementary School
New Albany-Floyd Consolidated Schools
$16,500 $482,790 $477,117 $196,088
Medora Elementary School
Medora Community School Corporation
$159,600 $163,650 $147,400 $101,850
S. Ellen Jones Elementary School
New Albany-Floyd Consolidated Schools
$26,700.10 $506,335.21 $502,330.95 $434,167.88
Southside Middle School
Muncie Community Schools
$223,950 $277,150 $174,400 $91,350
Roosevelt STEAM Academy
Elkhart Community Schools
$27,965 $252,460 $252,460 $201,115

Cohort 7: 2016-2017

2016-2017 RECIPIENTS
SCHOOL AND LEA NAME
YEAR 1 FUNDS
(2016-2017)
YEAR 2 FUNDS
(2017-2018)
YEAR 3 FUNDS
(2018-2019)
YEAR 4 FUNDS
(2019-2020)
YEAR 5 FUNDS
(2020-2021)
Bon Air Middle School
Kokomo Community School Corp.
$170,901.00 $207,802.00 $202,552.00 $160,452.00 $120,952.00
Cedar Hall Community School
Evansville Vanderburgh School Corp.
$227,739.00 $258,739.00 $238,739.00 $192,157.00 $126,816.00
Edgewood Elementary School
Michigan City Area Schools
$170,923.75 $136,321.00 $136,301.00 $105,276.00 $90,063.00
Elwood Intermediate School
Elwood Community Schools
$221,457.00 $228,950.00 $196,300.00 $177,550.00 $89,500.00
George H. Fisher School #93
Indianapolis Public Schools
$197,454.00 $390,405.00 $382,300.00 $265,685.00 $86,660.00
Highland Middle School
Anderson Community Schools
$245,887.00 $378,509.00 $320,790.00 $290,995.00 $142,964.00
Lena Dunn Elementary School
Washington Community Schools
$108,965.00 $188,926.67 $183,172.67 $183,172.66 $92,868.00
Madison Primary School
South Bend Community School Corp.
$408,380.00 $829,420.00 $751,100.00 $723,000.00 $218,500.00
Maple Crest Middle School
Kokomo Community School Corp.
$173,125.50 $238,125.50 $202,502.00 $147,652.00 $111,702.00
Mary Beck Elementary School
Elkhart Community Schools
$200,125.00 $167,777.00 $162,752.00 $143,377.00 $89,079.00
Pettit Park Elementary School
Kokomo Community School Corp.
$198,986.00 $204,378.00 $190,526.00 $154,066.00 $104,688.00
Pierre Moran Middle School
Elkhart Community Schools
$121,440.00 $366,771.00 $278,499.00 $254,050.00 $130,201.00
River Valley Middle School
Greater Clark Community Schools
$218,775.00 $284,730.00 $284,166.00

$279,754.00

$272,754.00
Sunny Heights Elementary School
MSD Warren Township
$140,650.00 $289,180.00 $258,760.00 $245,150.00 $224,424.00

 

Cohort 6: 2015-2016

2015-2016 RECIPIENTS
SCHOOL AND LEA NAME
YEAR 1 FUNDS
(2015-2016)
YEAR 2 FUNDS
(2016-2017)
YEAR 3 FUNDS
(2017-2018)
YEAR 4 FUNDS
(2018-2019)
YEAR 5 FUNDS
(2019-2020)
Bon Air Elementary School
Kokomo Comm. School Corp.
$281,910 $252,167 $214,177 $125,205 $20,124
Bridgepoint Elementary School
Greater Clark Comm. School Corp.
$141,125 $162,420 $113,340.00 $162,420 $120,540
Hosford Park New Tech Elementary School
Lake Ridge New Tech Schools
$383,950.00 $195,640.30 $170,835 $161,225.30 $136,166.30
Lakeview Middle School
Warsaw Comm. School
$22,550 $327,167 $304,967 $285,217 $147,016
Lincoln Community School
Evansville Vanderburgh School Corp.
$356,461.77 $429,040.25 $308,017.89 $303,868.20 $39,941
Parkview Middle School
Greater Clark Comm. School Corp.
$191,769 $236,000 $261,000 $261,000 $261,000
PLA@103
Indianapolis Public Schools
$197,767 $191,724 $247,898 $237,797 $230,821
Washington Middle School
Evansville Vanderburgh School Corp.
$396,202.69 $355,178.93 $304,088.44 $159,525.53 $80,344.57
 

1003(a)

These school improvement funds are authorized under section 1003(a) of No Child Left Behind and are intended to support school improvement activities that take new, innovative and systemic approaches to improving student achievement and school quality. Generally funds are awarded in a tiered system based on need and priority.

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