Moore County's Impact Aid page

Impact Aid

Overview

Federal Impact Aid is designed to assist local school districts that have lost tax revenue due to the presence of tax-exempt federal property, or experienced increased expenditures due to the enrollment of federally connected children. Active duty military, contractors and civilian employees who work on federal property and those who live in federal housing are eligible to participate. Money received from Federal Impact Aid is used to offset costs on campuses with federally connected students. For more information, read the National Association of Federally Impacted Schools (NAFIS) Parent FAQs

Impact Aid Surveys are completed annually and all federally connected students must submit a new form each year. Our annual Impact Aid Survey takes place each October. Families have the option to complete one electronic survey per household or individual paper survey per child.  Parents will need their child's student identification number to complete the electronic survey. The student ID number can be found on your child's report card or by contacting the office staff at your assigned campus.

Surveys can be accessed below:


- 2020-2021 Electronic Impact Aid Survey - Click here to begin
- 2020-2021 Paper Impact Aid Survey Packet - Click here to download documents

To register for the Parent Impact Aid Info and Q&A session, on Thursday, October 22nd, at 6:30 pm visit - https://bit.ly/319WbyJ.

Eligibility

Federally connected students are define as student whose parents, step-parents, or guardians are...

  • Currently serving on active duty or are a member of the National Guard or Reserves serving on active duty or deployed. Students of military parents DO NOT have to reside with the parent.
  • Work on federal property (regardless of classification) in the state of North Carolina. Students of parents working on federal property MUST reside with the parent to be eligible.
  • An accredited foreign government official or a foreign military officer.
  • Residing in federal housing. The student must reside with the parent to be eligible.

Military-connected student for the Military Student Identifier are defined as...

  • Students with a parent, step-parent or guardian currently serving on active duty.
  • Students residing with a National Guard/Reserve service member, retired service member, or veteran.
  • Students whose deceased parent, step-parent or guardian served in the military.

2020-2021 Impact Aid Survey & ESSA Military Student Identifier

Moore County School system's 2020-2021 Impact Aid Survey will begin on Tuesday, October 20th. Survey's should be turned in by Wednesday, October 20th. All federally-connected students will receive an Impact Aid Survey Packet. All MCS families will receive the electronic survey via email if they have an email address listed in PowerSchool. Families have the choice to complete either one electronic survey per household or one paper survey per child. Electronic surveys will automatically be delivered to individual campuses. Parents will need to return paper surveys to the child's assigned campus.  

MCS has combined the Impact Aid Survey with the Every Student Succeeds Act Military Student Identifier form. The district is asking all military-connected families, regardless of their status, to participate eliminating the need for a second survey in December.

If you have questions or concerns about the survey, please contact your school's Impact Aid Representative or the district's Military Liaison, Rollie Sampson at (910) 947-2976. Additional information including links to the Impact Aid Survey and FAQs can be found below: 

  • Moore County Schools
  • 5277 Hwy. 15-501 South, Carthage, NC28327
  • 910-947-2976
  • 910-947-3011
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