Approval of 14-15 Federal and State Grants

Each year the board approves state and federal grants.  This is a condition of some of the grants.  All are presented for acceptance regardless of their approval requirements.  

 

WOODLAND  SCHOOL  DISTRICT  NO. 404

2012-13 GRANT LIST FOR BOARD

(SOME GRANTS REQUIRE BOARD APPROVAL)
       
AMOUNTS BASED UPON BUDGET ESTIMATES
       
TITLE
USE OF RESOURCE
 
$ AMT.
       
FEDERAL
     
       
IDEA Flowthrough - Special Ed Provide additional certificated staff for special ed students   $360,283
       
IDEA Preschool  To provide part of the salary of an aide in the Special Ed Preschool classroom   $13,685
       
Carl Perkins - Voc Ed Professional Dev, equipment and travel for CTE   $17,803
       
Title I Regular Program Additional Reading/Math support for K-6   $655,136
       
Title IIA TQ - Teach/Prin. Quality Certificated professional development   $53,500
       
Title III - LEP Provide curriculum, equipment and supplies for ESL program   $21,570
       
National School Lunch/Breakfast Reimbursement for providing free and reduced lunches to low income students   $534,187
       
USDA Food Distribution Provide gov't commodity foods   $45,644
       

STATE

     
       
Learning Assistance Program Targeted assistance for students in grades 7-8 (Reading/Math) and K-4 (Reading)   $499,386
       
State Special Education To provide special education services in accordance with state reguations   $1,212,992
       
State Special Ed - Toddlers To provide special education services to ages 0-2 in accordance with state reguations   $57,985
       
Highly Capable Additional class offerings/activities for advanced students (grades 6-8)   $20,674
       
Transitional Bilingual Additional assistance for the district's ESL students   $115,853
       
National Board Reimbursement for payment to certficated staff who have earned their National Board Certification   $87,600
       
       

TOTAL

    $3,696,298

 

Administrative Recommendation/MOTION/ "I move we accept the state and federal grants as presented"