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FRYSC Record Keeping 101. Why Keep Records?. Documentation regarding services provided, referrals made and outcomes achieved must be kept for: Accountability Planning Evaluation and Needs Assessment. ACCOUNTABILITY. Year-End Report to DFRYSC Site visits from RPM, CAGEs, or monitoring

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Why Keep Records?

  • Documentation regarding services provided, referrals made and outcomes achieved must be kept for:
    • Accountability
    • Planning
    • Evaluation and Needs Assessment

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ACCOUNTABILITY

  • Year-End Report to DFRYSC
  • Site visits from RPM, CAGEs, or monitoring
  • Monthly Reports to the SBDM, Advisory Council, BOE
  • Create awareness about center activities and share with in-school and community partners

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PLANNING

  • Use when writing the Comprehensive School Improvement Plan
  • FRYSC Continuation Program Plan (Action Components)
  • Use to help plan events from year to year

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EVALUATION AND NEEDS ASSESSMENT

  • Helps to assess needs of your school/community, identify resources & gaps in services
  • Helps to determine if district or another agency needs to provide the service or program.

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and another reason
And another reason?

If no one knows what you are doing, what do they think you are doing?

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administrative forms
Administrative Forms

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FRYSC Request Form

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Budget Amendment Form

  • Must be submitted:
  • for changes that revise the Budget by 10% or more in a MUNIS object code series (such as the 01XX series which is salaries or 06XX series which is supplies)
  • with the FRYSC Request Form
  • Explanation/Justification:Explain why the money needed to be moved--not just where it is being moved.

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Administrative Forms

  • Funding Request Form(Notification of Change Form)
  • Due each year in June to receive continuation funding, but, also must be submitted when:
    • a new coordinator is hired
    • a new Superintendent is hired
    • change in district contact
    • center has new name, phone, e-mail or address
    • coordinator has new name

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Must be sent to the FRYSC Regional Program Manager when changes are made to the council after the Continuation Program Plan has been submitted.

Advisory Council Listing

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Other Required Documentation

  • Balance of Expenditures
  • Centers are required to keep a running balance of expenditures for each Budget Object Code in the Continuation Program Plan.
  • Keep a copy of the P.O. and attach a copy of the Invoice.
  • Check this against the monthly MUNIS detailed summary from the Board of Education.
  • The Master Agreement states MUNIS printouts are to be provided to each center on a monthly basis.

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Other Required Documentation

  • Inventory List
  • Include items that were purchased with center funds. Do not include items that were donated. Please keep a copy of your inventory in a location other than your center (i.e. District Office, Home).
  • List should also include the following information:
    • Name and address of Center
    • Description of item
    • Manufacturer
    • Model/serial number
    • Cost of each item
    • Location of item

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Daily Center Operations….

“How do I keep track of everything I do?”

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Daily Contact Log

  • Will document:
  • Non-targeted services
  • Referrals for preschool students;
  • Contact with community partners;
  • Contact with teachers, principals, counselors;
  • Donations
  • *Even if the center has FRYSC contact software, a daily contact log should be kept to document phone calls and anything that can’t go into the system.

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Sample Daily Contact Log

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Large Group Activity Sheets

  • Use to document:
    • Special programs and events(such as Back to School Bash; Open House, Red Ribbon Activities; Reality Store; Parenting groups, support groups, Summer camps, Family Reading Nights/Fun nights, etc.)
    • Assemblies
  • Remember to include the number in attendance (estimate if necessary) and attach sign in sheets and evaluations.

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Helpful Hints

  • File group activity sheets by component to assist in evaluation, planning, and grant writing.
  • Use a binder with tabs to separate the components, or use a plastic milk crate to hold a hanging file for each component.
  • Include all flyers and notices with the activity.

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The BIG Question...

When should a file be opened?

A student or family file should be opened on a service or referral that is not temporary or incidental in nature and that the family, school or other agency is not currently providing.

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Files should also be opened when:

  • Center funds are being spent on a student or family; ( documents “most in need” per the contract)
  • Parental permission is necessary for the service to be provided, such as medical, counseling, health, or dental.

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What is included in the file?

  • Contact/referral sheet (see sample) with student/family information, reason for referral.
  • Parent permission when required for on-going or intensive service provided by the center (such as counseling, medical referral/follow-up, tutoring, etc.)
  • Release of information form when required to contact other agencies. This is like a records release form but recognizes the individuals’ right to refuse sharing of information with specific agencies.
  • Remember to briefly document action taken and follow-up made. Do NOT include personal opinions/comments.

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rules for records
Rules for Records
  • Never use derogatory language in any documentation.
  • Ensure documentation accurately reflects the services provided.
  • Include only information DIRECTLY relevant to the delivery of services.
  • Include sufficient and timely documentation.
  • Keep records in a secure location.

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facts to consider
Facts to consider
  • Services should be documented in such a way that another professional can easily understand them.
  • The record you are writing could be subpoenaed.
  • The parent or student may request to read the file.
  • No contact is considered a service until it is documented.

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What other documentation is required?

  • Service Appeal Contact - (grievance procedure) must be posted in the center; this document includes RPM phone number.
  • It states that parents or students can contact the “Cabinet” in the event they want to appeal a service provided by the FRYSC. They must first follow the school district’s grievance procedure and then appeal to the Cabinet.

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Although it is not required, you are STRONGLY encouraged to use a...

It will help to keep you organized and will document feedback and follow-up; and you can enter daily

contact data at a later time.

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Other Bright Ideas from FRYSC coordinators…

  • Confidentiality agreement
  • Donation form
  • Family rights and privacy policy (permission to view files)
  • Monthly reporting form (to give to district contact, Advisory Council, principal, and/or SBDM council)

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remember

Remember...

Most of the recordkeeping information is in the FRYSC Administrators’ Guidebook.

But, don’t forget to check the FRYSC Web site for the most current forms.

http://chfs.ky.gov/dfrcvs/frysc/