TITLE I, PART A RANKING REPORT TRAINING. KDE-DCPA Kentucky Department of Education – Division of Consolidated Plans and Audits. Introductions Title I KDE Team. Audit and Compliance Branch David Millanti – Branch Mgr. Dan Davison – Program Consultant Mary Marshall– Program Consultant
Title I KDE Team
Audit and Compliance Branch
David Millanti – Branch Mgr.
Dan Davison – Program Consultant
Mary Marshall– Program Consultant
Monica Murphy– Program Consultant
Monica Shack– Program Consultant
Neil Watts– Program Consultant
Judy Littleton – Branch Mgr.
Christina Benassi – Program Consultant
Laurie Cape – Program Consultant
Claude Christian – Program Consultant
Vicki Fosbender – Program Consultant
Amy Jacobs – Program Consultant
Helen Jones – Program Consultant
2 new Program Consultants
Required for non-Title I schools.
Only if District has grant
This set-aside amount must be tracked separately in MUNIS with Project Code 310XM. Must set aside 1% if over $500,000 allocation but can put in more. 95% of the 1% must go to schools. A proportionate amount of the set-aside must be used for private schools.
Ratio = #private school low-income
Total Public & Private low-income
Ratio x set-aside= Private share
Use the same ratio previously calculated for Parent Involvement to calculate the private school(s) share of PD. Put the private school(s) reservation in the description.
Use the same ratio previously calculated for Parent Involvement to calculate the private school(s) share of SEP. Put the private school(s) reservation in the description.
IF you have a Title I teacher that will be retiring – (Years Title I service) / (Total yrs service) = % Title I
(Daily rate of pay) X (# sick days accumulated) = sick pay owed teacher.
(sick pay owed teacher) X (%Title I) X 30% = set-aside amt
Calculate this separately for each retiring teacher and put calculations in description.
Eligibility and Selection
Eligibility Status Codes - explained
Total allocations from worksheet 2 plus private schools (worksheet 5) must equal this amount!
Summary of Schoolwide Programs
This is a comprehensive program that allow staff in schools with high concentrations of students from low-income families to redesign their entire educational program to serve all students. (Must have 40% or greater low-income percent. May continue as a SWP even if school drops below 40% in the future.)
Notice the “Other” is described and the need is identified.
Notice that it is sometimes necessary to reduce the font size to get the description to fit!
Targeted Assistance School (TAS)
This is what the Worksheet 4 would look like if the HS was a Targeted Assistance School. (TAS) Most schools would prefer to be a School–Wide Program because of the flexibility of being able to serve all students in the school.
Be sure to include name of private school official