NH CHARTER SCHOOL PROGRAM OBJECTIVES & EXPLANATIONS. Roberta Tenney, Administrator DOE. NH CSP OBJECTIVES. THERE ARE FOUR PRIMARY OBJECTIVES TO THE NEW HAMPSHIRE CHARTER SCHOOL PROGRAM
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Roberta Tenney, Administrator DOE
THERE ARE FOUR PRIMARY OBJECTIVES TO THE NEW HAMPSHIRE CHARTER SCHOOL PROGRAM
There are currently two forms of charter school authorization in New Hampshire.
1. Local Authorization
2. State Board Authorization
Charter school grant funds support the initial planning and implementation
of new charter schools.
Eligibility - To be eligible for a Charter School Start-up Grant
the applicant must:
Salaries - Contract salaries and benefits are allowable as long as the activities the staff are engaged in are the planning and initial implementation of the school before it opens.
Rent - Rent is not an initial start-up or implementation cost and not allowable.
Facilities - Grant funds may not be used to buy or lease facilities. Some grant funds may be used for minor renovations, but not large renovations.
FacilitiesAllowable (minor) renovations include:
Unallowable (major) renovations include:
Purchased Services - Allowable
Equipment - Allowable
Travel - Allowable
Instruction - Allowable