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Detroit Public Schools 2009-10 School Improvement Building Level Meeting. Wednesday, March 24, 2010 K-8 Schools Thursday, March 25, 2010 High Schools. School Improvement Office. Diane P. Fleming Arveneda McDonald Daisye Mays Iris Diop Diane Walker.

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Detroit Public Schools2009-10 School Improvement Building Level Meeting

Wednesday, March 24, 2010 K-8 Schools

Thursday, March 25, 2010 High Schools


School Improvement Office

  • Diane P. Fleming

  • Arveneda McDonald

  • Daisye Mays

  • Iris Diop

  • Diane Walker


Department of State and Federal Programs

  • Linda Blanton

  • Lisa Brown

  • Sharrece Farris

  • Edwina Hill

  • Robbin Meeks

  • Denise Jamieson


WRESA Support

  • Kelly Green- HPSI


Why am I here?

  • Get information on MDE 2009-10 SIP Grant

  • Learn about the application process

  • Understand criteria for grant submission

  • Determine deadline dates


Expectations

  • Must be driven by your 2009-2010 School Improvement Plan

  • Staff involvement in application

  • Professional Development must be research based

  • All applications are due April 19, 2010


Research Based

Connecting research recommendations to practice can improve instruction. Key research-based strategies have demonstrated proof (usually scientifically-based) of an impact on student achievement-helping all students in all kinds of classrooms.

Strategies should be organized into categories of familiar practices in order to help you fine-tune your teaching to improve student achievement.


What will my school get out of this grant?

Build Capacity . . .

  • Opportunity for professional development

  • Improve processes and practices

  • Articulation with staff regarding increased student achievement


Funding

  • Schools not making AYP due to proficiency in 2008 and/or 2009 have been allocated between $30,000 and $45,000, based on enrollment.


Criteria

Funds must be used to support the corrective action or restructuring efforts in the identified schools and are to be used for:

  • External technical assistance

  • Intensive professional development

    for school staff

  • Continued improvement activities in

    the curricular area that resulted in

    the school’s identification as not

    meeting AYP


  • If a school received Title 1 School Improvement funds in 2008-09 to develop a restructuring plan, then 2009-10 funds must be used to support implementation of that plan.

    ALL COSTS MUST BE REASONABLE, NECESSARY

    AND ALLOWABLE.


Routing & Due Dates

All applications are due by April 19, 2010 via email: [email protected]

  • All plans and budgets will be submitted to the Office of School Improvement for review and approval before being uploaded on the Michigan Electronic Grants System.

  • The Office of Grant Compliance will be responsible for approving all requisitions related to school improvement expenditures.


Allowable

Limited supplies and resources to support professional development activities

Consultants and or Vendors (Cost analysis will be required)

Refreshments

Unallowable

Out of State Travel

Facilities Rental

Equipment

Infrastructure Cost

Retreats

Use of Funds


  • District submission of applications and school level budgets will be made by April 30, 2010

  • The Michigan Department of Education will approve the plans. Approval is expected by mid-May.


Grant Application Process


Budget Worksheet


Application Assistance

Staff in the Office of Grant Compliance (Suite 450 Fisher) will be available to assist schools. Calls, email’s and scheduled visits are welcome.

  • Lisa Williams Brown 873-7724

    [email protected]

  • Sharrece Farris 873-3216

    [email protected]

  • Edwina Hill 873-7687

    [email protected]

  • Arveneda McDonald 873-8659

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