UniSIG Updates Bureau of School Improvement 1 Goals

UniSIG Updates Bureau of School Improvement 1 Goals

UniSIG Updates Bureau of School Improvement 1 Goals and Objectives of UniSIG 2019-20 To serve students attending Title I schools identified with a grade of D or F based on the 2019 school grades release To serve students attending any public high school regardless of Title I status that has a 2018

four-year adjusted cohort graduation rate of 67 percent or less Funding Authority The funding authority for this grant is found in section 1003 of Title I of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), as amended by the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). The enactment and implementation of ESSA resulted in these two grant programs being merged beginning with the 2017-18 school year into UniSIG.

Per-Pupil Allocation Formula 2018-19 For the 2018-19 school year, all funds under the UniSIG program were awarded on a per-pupil allocation (PPA) basis of up to $475 per student with additional funds awarded to Title I and non-Title I high schools with a graduation rate of 67 percent or less. 2018 School Grade (FRL Free or Reduced Lunch) Graduation Support Allocation 2018-19

To provide support for improving the graduation rate at high schools graduating 67 percent or less of students, allocations were based on the Survey 3 Final count were as follows: High schools with 500 or more students will receive $50,000 High schools with 100 499 students will receive $35,000 High schools with less than 100 students will receive $10,000 Per-Pupil Allocation Formula 2019-20

For the 2019-20 school year, all funds under the UniSIG program will be awarded on a per-pupil allocation (PPA) basis of up to approximately $475 per student with additional funds awarded to Title I and non-Title I high schools with a graduation rate of 67 percent or less. 2019 School Grade (FRL Free or Reduced Lunch) Graduation Support Allocation To provide support for improving the graduation rate at high schools graduating 67 percent or less of

students, allocations will be based on the Survey 3 Final count as follows: High schools with 500 or more students will receive $50,000 High schools with 100 499 students will receive $35,000 High schools with less than 100 students will receive $10,000 Request for Application Highlights Budget period will begin from September 1, 2019 and end on August 31, 2020.

The district UniSIG application must be completed using the UniSIG 2019-20 survey in CIMS. The school must complete a school budget in their Schoolwide Improvement Plan (SIP) tagging UniSIG for the funding source in CIMS. Application deadline is Friday, August 2, 2019 by 5:00 P.M. in CIMS. District must email the signed 100A to [email protected] Effective Planning of UniSIG Budget UniSIG funds are supplemental funds with specific guidelines.

Budget items should be connected to the strategies outlined in an Area of Focus. Connect budget items to improving student achievement while reflecting on what is reasonable, allowable, and necessary. Additional guidance is available in the UniSIG Request Guide found in the CIMS Toolkit. 10 Lessons Learned

Technology/Textbooks/Supplies Positions/Personnel Professional Development Contracted Services Extended Day/Year Spring Break/Summer Programs 11

Schoolwide Improvement Plan 2019-20 12 Schoolwide Improvement Plan 2019-20 13 V. Budget Now you can enter your schools budget information.

Click on the blue Manage Budget tab. 14 V. Budget Click on Area of Focus to enter costs associated with that specific Area of Focus. Click on the green Add Budget Line to add individual budget lines. 15

V. Budget Click on the Indirect Costs tab to enter these costs. Click on the green Add Budget Line to add the Indirect Cost budget line. 16 ShareFile Documentation Standards

Demonstrates successful performance Sufficient, Reliable, Relevant Verifies work and accomplishments Demonstrate compliance with the agreement Evidences fiscal accountability Programmatic Documentation/Monitoring Compliance with all terms and conditions of the agreement, laws, and rules Achievement of deliverables Achievement of program goals Sufficient documentation deliverables

19 Fiscal Documentation/Monitoring Proper accounting of funds Proper documentation of expenditures Allowable expenditures and use of funds

Compliance with budget 20 Programmatic Documentation Activity Activity/Requirement Professional Development Technology Rentals Summer Program Consultant Services Documentation ?

? ? ? 21 22 Fiscal Documentation Activity Expenditure Professional Development Technology Rentals Summer Program

Consultant Services Documentation ? ? ? ? UniSIG Amendment Process The district will email a draft of the DOE 150/151 forms to the BSI at [email protected]

If the request is for multiple schools, break down and subtotal requests by school site on the DOE 150/151. BSI will review the proposed amendment to determine that it meets the Reasonable, Allowable, and Necessary criteria and does not change

the original Scope of Work. If BSI has clarifying questions, the district will respond within 30 days or the request will be void. Once notified by BSI to proceed, the district will finalize the DOE 150/151 and obtain the superintendents signature. The district will email the original signed copy of the DOE 150/151 to the Office of Grants Management (OGM) at the Department. OGM may require additional information prior to final approval. This DOE-920 leads to: This DOE-200 Award

UniSIG-Amendment Criteria All three criteria must be met in order for an amendment and the related expenditures to be considered for approval. UniSIG-Amendment Guide UniSIG-Amendment Activity FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION BUDGET AMENDMENT NARRATIVE FORM A) B)

900-XXYSA-0CS01 / Project Number/TAPS Number District/Agency Name C) 10 Amendment Number Working Copy D) Total Project Amount Currently Approved

E) Total Project Amount resulting from this Budget Amendment $250,000.00 F) Line Item Description Function Object $263,000.00 Account Title and Narrative FTE

Computer Hardware, Capitalized- 30 laptops @ 1,000 each Site Licenses. Happy Helper computer reading program subscription1500 students Sub-Agreement Greater than $25,000- Contracted services Supplies. Ink cartridges, copy paper, dry erase markers, etc. Amount Increase Amount Decrease 30,000.00

20,000.00 29,999.00 10,000.00 GRANNY SMITH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Other Personal Services (OPS): Substitutes to provide coverage for classroom teachers who participate in APTT training during the regular school day at Granny Smith 960.00 6 substitutes x $80/day x 2 days = $960

Benefits: Medicare, 1.45% - Substitute teachers - Granny Smith . 14.00 Substitue Teachers. 10 substitues to provide coverage in 3rd-5th grade classrooms for teachers to attend professional development for Tier 1 support. Supplies.Materials and supplies for implementation of parentteacher team framework at Granny Smith 40,000.00 GRANNY SMITH Sub-Total MACINTOSH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Materials & Supplies to support teacher training for parent-teacher team framework at Macintosh. 40,974.00 40,974.00 900.00 Travel reimbursement for instructional staff attending professional development in Orlando for technology conference-Macintosh MACINTOSH Sub-Total Total Amendment

40,974.00 0.00 900.00 900.00 41,874.00 900.00 41,874.00 27

Questions? 28 Contacts Melissa Ramsey Executive Director Bureau of School Improvement [email protected] 850-245-0841 Amanda Meeks Grant Manager Bureau of School Improvement [email protected]

850-245-0906 29

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