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If we already told Charters they were allowed to charge indirect at 0.50% (based on prior info) is that ok. Or do we tell them going forward they can no longer charge?
Hi Meghan, They won't be able to charge those admin costs. Have you / they already reported them? If so, it is possible to edit their reporting submissions for previous quarters.
We will be updating the matrix to explain that only the fiscal agent can charge admin costs.
Sorry for the confusion!
I'd have to go back and look. But they could have charged for FY19-20.
RISE FAQs: https://www.colorado.gov/governor/sites/default/files/2020-09/RISE%20Education%20Fund%20Q&A%20updated%2009-21-2020.pdf
When is QTR 2 CFR report due
The reference to allocations based on a district's eligible for Title VI-B funds . . . is this the same allocation that Jennifer Okes referred to a couple of weeks ago that would be distributed with October State Share? Can you give a link to the allocation list.
Can long-term subs be paid for with ESSER funds in response to remote learning/social distancing?
What is the website for the Office Hours July 30, webinar?
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At Risk Funding
Isn't that based on at-risk forecasts from the JBC? That's the $37M right?
Yes Greg that's correct
where do we find the allocations for this at-risk funding?
do you have the link to Grants Fiscal for the report due tomorrow?
Here you go Patricia: https://www.cde.state.co.us/cdefinance/crfexpenditurereportworkbook
Yes. Can we find out what our allocation will be?
When does that state share payment get posted?
at-risk is the 5012 grant you were just talking about Adam
If we hired two new social workers specifically for COVID response this school year, which category would be most appropriate to categorize the salary paid from CRF funds on the quarter 2 CRF report. Category "B" or "L"?
I thought J Oakes said our allocation of At Risk CRF would be posted soon. That's what we are looking for. So to be clear, we should reach out to TIm?
Thank you! That is what I was thinking.
What is the timeline for the 5012 funds?
Quarter 2 CRF report...where do we put the 50% Teacher Salaries and Benefits?
As far as them being spent?
do they need to be spent by Dec 30?
Spending for 5012 is due by December 30, they are considered CRF funds correct?
Where should training time for COVID-19 for teachers for the re-opening of schools be coded to?
Steve just let us know if you had additional questions that we didn't get to
On the 2nd QTR CRF report
when will we know what the 5012 amount is?
Do we have to follow CRF allowable use guidelines for this money or will it all be part of our State Share?
How about classified staff...i.e. bus drivers in the spring were driving one time a week to deliver paper packets, now they are driving 8 times a week, an increase of 87.5%...pay is relatively the same...also, cooks 2 days a week to now going 4 days a week?
IF that's the case, do districts need to reallocate Jul-Sep back out to GR5012?
Got it... it's built in to the calc. (definitely sounds messy!)
The concern is the timing of when we will know our allocation, so the sooner the better.
We hired 4 new part time paras to just do COVID related tasks, take temperatures, run food bags, etc. Can we use their entire salary with CRF funds? Their entire job is related to COVID...
Yes, we understand that.
I just want to make sure I heard this correctly . . . we should be reporting increased instructional salaries in the CRF Qtr Report under d - Economic Support?
We did it on days/hours they actually worked
Where should training time for COVID-19 for teachers for the re-opening of schools be included on the 2nd QTR CRF report?
based on student caledar
we were previously told we could accrue the salaries through Dec 30
If we submitted our 2nd Qtr report incorrectly, can we revise it?
Okay - thanks!
So a custodian who works to sanitize due to COVID should be classified on "N" on the Q2 Report?
It is a new hire
Specifically for COVID
Okay, sounds great. Thank you!