Title I/ESSA

ESSA- Every Student Succeeds Act


The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) is designed to ensure that all students have a significant opportunity to have a fair and equitable high-quality education and to close educational achievement gaps. These programs provide assistance to rural- and low-income schools and services to students who are migrants, at-risk (including neglected and delinquent), homeless and English learners. In addition, the programs provide assistance to 21st Century Learning Centers and professional development for teachers and leaders.

By design, Missouri's ESSA plan outlines only a portion of the state's system for school improvement. The Missouri School Improvement Plan (MSIP) is the accountability measure of school improvement in the state, and ESSA is a component of that effort. Missouri is well-positioned to lead the nation on student success through our own homegrown systems. By taking additional time to gather feedback and establish our vision for education in Missouri, we hope to create a high-quality plan that meets the needs of all children. 

ESSA Missouri's Consolidated State Plan

  • Read Missouri's ESSA Plan  (March 4, 2019)
    The plan dated March 4, 2019 does not reflect a change in content to the plan.  It removes the redline changes submitted to the U.S. Department of Education based on their 2019 approval of the required amendments regarding Disproportionate Rates.

ESSA Complaint Procedures


School Parent and Family Engagement Policy

Schoolwide Program Plan


Internet Safety Policy


ESSA Parent Notification- Parent's Right To Know

Memorandum of Understanding Between Portageville Elementary and Portageville Head Start

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