Mission CISD is dedicated to advancing the quality of education through strategic grant-seeking initiatives. These grants, sourced from state and federal agencies and private foundations, cover many areas, including health and safety.
The Texas Education Agency (TEA) is a significant grant source, offering funding for after-school programs, bilingual education, STEM education, and literacy initiatives. Targeting districts with high percentages of low-income students or English language learners, TEA grants aim to bridge achievement gaps and elevate educational outcomes.
In addition to state grants, the federal government, particularly the U.S. Department of Education, provides essential support through grants like Title I. This program directs funding to schools with a substantial low-income student population, enabling initiatives such as hiring teachers, acquiring instructional materials, and providing professional development.
Mission CISD's commitment to grant-seeking reflects its dedication to delivering equitable, high-quality education to all students, regardless of background or socio-economic status. These grants empower the district to expand educational programs, provide additional resources, and ensure every student receives a 21st-century education, aligning with its commitment to preparing students for future success.
For further inquiries or additional information, please contact our Finance Department at (956) 323-5515.