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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

EXTENDED SCHOOL YEAR SERVICES (ESYS)

For Supervisors

June, 2010


Programming responsibilities

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

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


Programming1

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 – Where does it come from?

  • Funding Sources

    • State

      • ESYS

      • LEAP Remediation

    • Federal

      • IDEA –B and Preschool


Funding what is it used for

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 for1

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 for2

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 responsibilities1

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


Programming2

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


Programming3

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

Eligibility for ESY services should be discussed at every IEP meeting

This area has been removed beginning July 1, 2010


For questions

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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