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Federal & State Programs

Federal States Programs


The Federal and State Programs Department works with State Compensatory Education, Title I Part A, and Title II Part A. Our support is multifaceted and cross-curricular for we serve as liaisons to staff while initiating and supporting different tasks focused on the enhancement of student academic success.

The La Joya ISD Federal Programs Department will be hosting its annual consultation required by P. L. 107-110, Section 1120, with Private Non-Profit Schools that are within the district’s attendance area.  The meeting will take place on Friday, June 5, 2020 at 9:00 a.m. through a Zoom Meeting.  Consultations after this date will be ongoing and/or as needed.

Topics to be discussed:

·       Which services will be provided?

·       Which children can receive services under the different programs?

·       How will services be provided?

·       How will the services be evaluated?

Please email J. R. Flores, Director of Federal Programs at for Zoom Meeting ID and other details.



“Sound Servitude, One Student at a Time”


The Federal and State Programs Department will provide support to students and staff through compliant, individualized, and research-based assistance. Our service’s intent is to be manifested in students whose capabilities enable them to be academically successful in multiple genres of the 21st century.

Levels of Support Include:

  • District planning, implementation, and reporting for Federal and State Programs: State Compensatory Education, Title I Part A, and Title II Part A.
  • Coordinating the identification and services of all at-risk and economically disadvantaged students.
  • District and campus staffing focused on the supplemental, educational assistance of at-risk and economically disadvantaged students.
  • Contact for Federal and State law, specifically, issues with education grants (formula), audits, and academic accountability (TAIS).
  • Facilitating the comprehensive needs assessment of Federal and State programs.
  • Guiding the improvement plan process.
  • Organizing and managing summer programs: summer school, summer staff development, and summer curricula projects.


La Joya ISD Federal Policies and Procedures Manual


District Vision 

District Mission 

Comprehensice Needs Assessment Summary 

2019-2020 Comprenhensive Needs Assessment Summary 

2017-2018 Comprenhensive Needs Assessment Summary 

Summer Programs

2021 Summer School Manual

2020 Summer School Manual

2019 Summer School Manual

2018 Curriculum Projects

Curriculum Projects APPLICATION

Goals & Performance Measures

2020-2021 Goals & Performance Measures

2019-2020 Goals & Performance Measures 

2017 – 2018 Goals & Performance Measures 

Improvement Plans

2020-2021 District Improvement Plan

2019-2020 District Improvement Plan 

2018-2019 Distric Improvement Plan

2017-2018 Distric Improvement Plan 

2016-2017 District Improvement Plan


Note: For Campus Improvement Plans, please contact the Federal Programs Department.

Campus Improvememt Plans and District Improvement Plan are available in Spanish upon request.

Los planos de mejoramineto de los planteles y del Distrito Escolar estan disponibles en español a su solicitud.


School Improvement Program Resources



At-Risk Teacher Signature Form

District Calendar

Today's Events

Contact Information

La Joya ISD
201 E. Expwy. 83
La Joya, Texas 78576
Phone: (956) 323-2000
Fax: 956-323-2001

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Federal & State Programs

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Jose Roel Flores,


Adalia Garza,

Mellie Elizondo,
Ph. 956.323.2661


200 West Expressway 83
La Joya, TX. 78560

Ph. 956.323.2660