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8(g) Block Grant Application Training. Training Purpose. To introduce 8(g) staff To provide indicators for application questions To introduce the online application system To answer any questions about the 8(g) application process. Training Agenda. Introduction Block grant focus areas

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training purpose
Training Purpose
  • To introduce 8(g) staff
  • To provide indicators for application questions
  • To introduce the online application system
  • To answer any questions about the 8(g) application process
training agenda
Training Agenda
  • Introduction
  • Block grant focus areas
  • Narrative response and project objectives
  • Budget reminders
  • Online application training
  • Reflection & closing
8 g staff
8(g) Staff
  • Kimberly Tripeaux, 8(g) Director
  • David Timoll, 8(g) Manager (effective May 29)
  • Pete Lafleur, Accountant Administrator
  • Debra Butler, Auditor
  • Abigail Petit, Office Manager
  • Soren Lagaard, Data and Media (until June 29)

225-342-5840 BESE.8g@la.gov

narrative questions instructional strategy application
Narrative Questions – Instructional Strategy Application
  • What is the purpose of this project?
  • Reason for implementation
  • Benefits to the targeted population
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Narrative Questions – Instructional Strategy Application
  • Describe the criteria or process used to determine the students who will be served through this project. What data justifies their selection?
  • How was this population selected?
  • Data that supports your targeted group.
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Narrative Questions – Instructional Strategy Application
  • Summarize the goals of the project, including how the project will improve academic achievement. (You will be asked to give specific measurable objectives in a later section)
  • What will the project accomplish?
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Narrative Questions – Instructional Strategy Application
  • What proven instructional strategies will be used to implement this project?
  • List examples of strategies with brief explanation
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Narrative Questions – Instructional Strategy Application
  • How will these strategies be utilized to achieve the project goals?
  • Describe project designand its key components and activities.
  • Frequency of student involvement
project objectives
Project Objectives

Objectives should be S.M.A.R.T.:

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Project Objectives
  • What assessment tools are you using to determine student success?
  • name/list instruments used to determine student success or areas of improvement for each objective.
project evaluation
Project Evaluation
  • How will you analyze the data to determine project success or areas of improvement for each objective?
  • Describe how the data will be collected and analyzed to obtain results.
prekindergarten narrative
Prekindergarten Narrative
  • Application requirements/checklist (handout)
  • Upload documents in the order of the checklist
  • Label the sections and identify the agency
budget notes
Budget Notes
  • 8(g) grant is a reimbursable grant.
  • Provide a narrative of expenditures for each budget code
  • Nonpublic Pervasively Sectarian (PS) agencies may only purchase items in the two budget categories – 640 (Textbooks or Allowable Textbook Substitutes) or 700 (Equipment) costing $250 or more.
  • Place agency’s tagging policy on Code 700 page

Returned if revisions

Review Stage

accessing application site
Accessing Application Site

Open your internet browser and go to:


sign up click button
Sign Up: Click button
  • Click the “Sign Up” Button:
sign up add name and email address
Sign Up: Add name and email address
  • Type your full name and email
  • Create a password you’ll remember
  • Select “Block – 2012-2013 Application” category
  • Click register when done
  • Write down your password somewhere!
sign up confirmation
Sign Up: Confirmation
  • Should see this after clicking “Register”:
  • Access your email account you used to register.
sign up email confirmation
Sign Up: Email Confirmation

Hi, You tried to register an account at BESE 8(g) Grant Application System. Please click on the link below to confirm that you tried to register an account with the following details: Please click on the following link to confirm: http://bese.e2.myreviewroom.com/accounts/register/confirm/d5b50ddbbb172b34cfb4c584a9792a4af391a2ff/?next=%2F

  • Click the link!
  • You will not need to do this again, you’re already registered!
entering program project name
Entering Program/Project Name
  • Enter the name of your agency and select the “Block – 2012-2013 Application” category.
the home screen
The Home Screen
  • First screen you seen after sign in
home screen right side task bar
Home Screen: Right-side Task Bar
  • Download Application: Allows you to download your application as a PDF.
  • Add Member: Allows another person to “join” your application for editing, review, or submission
  • Withdraw Application: Deletes your application
home screen application components
Home Screen: Application Components
  • Block Grant Application: Main grant application
  • Scanned Certificate of Agency Head Upload: Uploaded PDF requiring agency head signature.
  • Project Timeline: Excel form chronicling major project activities
  • Submit Grant Application: Final button you press to submit your application
block grant application
Block Grant Application
  • Main component of the application
  • Has following seven parts:
    • Initial Information
    • Project Information
    • Proposal Narrative (Instructional Strategies Only)
    • Application Checklist (PreK only)
    • Assessment and Objectives
    • Budget Narrative
    • Budget Summary
  • Can save and return to application at any time
  • By “adding members” multiple users can edit or view the application depending on the permissions that you set.
notification of returned application
Notification of Returned Application
  • If BESE staff has revisions for your item, it will be returned to you in ReviewRoom and you will be notified via email where there will be feedback in the body of the email:
editing your application
Editing your application
  • On the home screen, click on “Edit” to make any changes to your application after seeing feedback
  • Then click “Submit Grant Application”
reflection and closing
Reflection and Closing
  • How can we support you?
  • Deadlines
    • Application must be submitted by COB Monday, August 6, 2012.
  • Additional questions or clarifications
  • http://bese.review-room.net/pages/help/
    • Contains materials from this training and forms to upload on the application (May 18, 2012)
  • Kimberly Tripeaux, 8(g) Director
    • Kimberly.Tripeaux@La.gov
    • (225) 342-5840