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EXTENDED SCHOOL YEAR SERVICES (ESYS). For Supervisors June, 2010. Programming Responsibilities. Developing Budget Developing district policies and procedures Notice Letters Timelines Forms SER reports Training Teachers- data collection and forms Developing the ESY

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EXTENDED SCHOOL YEAR SERVICES (ESYS)

For Supervisors

June, 2010


Programming Responsibilities

  • Developing Budget

  • Developing district policies and procedures

    • Notice Letters

    • Timelines

    • Forms

    • SER reports

  • Training Teachers- data collection and forms

  • Developing the ESY

  • Evaluating the ESY services at end of summer


Programming

  • Budget

    • Runs July 1-June 30 – must divide money into 2 parts

    • Due May 1 of each year- state funds

    • Usual expenditures-

      • Salaries- teachers, therapists, paraprofessionals

      • Employee benefits

      • Purchased Professional Services- therapists, bus drivers

      • Transportation- teachers, parents

      • Supplies -only 10% of budget


Programming

  • Budget – continued

    ****For instructional purposes only

    • No food, snacks, drinks

    • No field trips

    • No equipment

    • No indirect costs

  • This is an extension of the regular school year IEP, not summer school


Funding – Where does it come from?

  • Funding Sources

    • State

      • ESYS

      • LEAP Remediation

    • Federal

      • IDEA –B and Preschool


Funding – What is it used for?

  • LEAP Remediation funds

    • LEAP eligible students

    • Permissible for students who double qualify for LEAP and ESYS


Funding – What is it used for?

  • ESYS funds

    • ESYS eligible students

    • Permissible for students who double qualify (LEAP and ESYS)

    • Permissible for LEAP students w/ dis.

    • Once all ESY services are provided and only for costs over the reg ed program

    • Transportation of LEAP students with ESY Students- no extra cost


Funding – What is it used for?

  • IDEA funds

    • Available for ESYS after ESYS funds are exhausted

    • Available for LEAP after LEAP and ESYS funds are exhausted

    • Available to fund costs over and above regular education summer programs for any students with a disability.


Programming Responsibilities

  • Developing Budget

  • Developing district policies and procedures

    • Notice Letters

    • Timelines

    • Forms

    • SER entry

  • Training Teachers

  • Developing the ESY

  • Evaluating the ESY services at end of summer


Programming

  • Length of Program

    R-R

    • School year 2 wks ESYS 2 wks School Year

      Employment

    • All summer while students are working

      All Other Criteria – based on needs of student

  • # of Days, # of Minutes/Hours

    • Individualized


Programming

  • Location

    • District decides

      • Must consider if integration with non-disabled peers is important for skills development

      • Homebound, if schools are not open to completes services to students with R-R issues

  • Transportation

    • Must be free

    • Parents may transport but must be reimbursed.


Eligibility for ESY services should be discussed at every IEP meeting

This area has been removed beginning July 1, 2010


For Questions

  • Contact Nancy Hicks or Robyn Hargrave at

    [email protected]

    [email protected]

    orby calling 224-342-3661.

    Forms and letters are posted at:

    http://www.doe.state.la.us/lde/eia/2594.html


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