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Safe and Drug-Free Schools & Communities Act Program:

Effective July 1, 2010 Congress de-funded Title IV-A (Safe & Drug-Free Schools & Communities Act Program) of the Elementary & Secondary Education Act.

While funded, the purpose of the program was to prevent violence in and around schools and to strengthen programs that prevented the illegal use of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs.

Maine school systems had been receiving Title IV-A funds for 23 years.  For school year 2009-10, the last year of Title IV-A funding, Maine school districts received a total of $1,058,971. 

Maine’s Title IV-A Program was jointly administered by the Department of Education and the Office of Substance Abuse in accordance with a Memorandum of Understanding. Most of the day to day administration of the program was handled by the Office of Substance Abuse.

 

Reports :

Maine SDFSCA End of Year Report : 2010-2011 Word | PDF

Report on Incidence of Prohibited Behavior and Drug and Violence Prevention 2009-2010 (Lobster Book) Word | PDF

Title IV-A Quarterly Cash Management Form:

Year 2010-2011 Form: Excel

Resources:

Safe & Supportive Schools – A PowerPoint Resource Guide for Maine Educators (8.54MB)

Substance Abuse & Violence Prevention in Schools - County Profiles (PDF)

 

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