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Donna Crawford
22:12
Where can we find the new consultation form?
Joanne Vergunst
24:41
isn't the grant code for the supplemental money 5425
Jessica Hollingshead
25:37
Hi Donna, here is the link to the revised NPS form: http://www.cde.state.co.us/fedprograms/nps-certification-form-pdf
Nathan Markham
26:34
So is the “new” code the same as the old? I thought the original award was also 4425?
Laura Gorman
36:38
Is that after the non-public signs we can't edit it before we sign?
Ann Marie Hodge
37:49
If non-public form was already submitted, will we have to prepare a new one for the supplemental funds?
Laura Gorman
38:58
Thank you for the clarification
DAVID HORNER
39:08
how does this change the calculation for our charter schools?
Ann Marie Hodge
40:04
We have not received our final award letter, so we should prepare new one?
Ann Marie Hodge
41:07
Thank you!
Laura Gorman
42:54
If we have been consulting and been told via email that a non-public is declining and now we send out the form for them to sign, but they do not return it could we submit the email trail as the proof of consultation and then what would we select on the form - decline or no response? No response really isn't accurate because they did respond, but perhaps did not take the extra step to do the form. This happens sometimes. I realize we have until Dec. 31 to turn the form in.
Ann Marie Hodge
43:28
thank you for confirming!
Steven Kaleda
43:31
We are doing the GALS in batches. So if you were approved by 09/30, they are waiting to be signed
DAVID HORNER
43:47
if non public must prove student reside in one of our title 1 school area, it seem that the same should be true for charter school students
Laura Gorman
44:50
Thank you very helpful
Steve Wilson
45:05
We have received final approval on first application...when will we be able to fill out the Post Award Revision? Also, when will we receive the funds?
Laura Gorman
46:57
For the non-publics they count eligible students that were there on March 13th even if they left in May - is that correct?
Meghan Deutsch
48:17
Formsite
Steven Kaleda
48:36
Same process as the Consolidated Application reimbursement
Steve Wilson
48:50
Thank you.
Angela Slaven
52:10
ESSER - our charter schools are not considered a Title School based on their FRL count. In determining their allocation, do we calculate based on total pupil count or use the FRL count?
DeLilah Collins
56:36
@Angela Districts can use FRL to determine a per pupil amount for charter schools.
Meghan Deutsch
57:07
To be clear, only the Oct payment will be split coded between CRF and State At Risk. Or do we need to go back and update coding for Jul-Sep payments?
Tim Kahle
57:29
Meghan, yes it will only be the October payments.
Nathan Markham
58:11
Hold up, so these at risk CRF funds need to be spent by Dec 30?
Sheena McCorkle
58:28
Is the GR to be used GR5015 or GR5012 like we were told last week?
Laura Gorman
58:32
Is the grant Code 5012 or 5015 -- one slide says 5012 other says 5015
Nathan Markham
58:52
The slides have 2 different codes for the at risk funds
Tim Kahle
59:20
It is grant code 5012.
Nathan Markham
59:22
Where can we find our amounts?
Greg Fieth
59:34
How are we/you going to track state equalization and total program if a portion goes to federal funding and not the normal state equalization process for District payments, funding spreadsheet, data pipeline, etc.
Tim Kahle
01:00:34
Through the coding we can track the splits.
Joanne Vergunst
01:00:54
is there a spreadsheet shwoing each district's amount of 5012 funding?
Nathan Markham
01:01:03
So the at risk CRF funds have the same strings attached to them as the larger allocation of CRF funds?
DAVID HORNER
01:01:06
you said expenses only until October for the at risk?
Patricia Petrukitas
01:01:09
Is there any way to get the amount of the split before the distribution occurs?
Meghan Deutsch
01:01:29
It would be nice to know how much ASAP so we can start planning
Laura Gorman
01:01:34
If you have it please post it -- we are all trying to figure out cRF
Patricia Petrukitas
01:01:37
It would help to know as soon as possible
Meghan Deutsch
01:01:43
Thank you for posting it
Laura Gorman
01:01:48
Where will it be posted?
Nathan Markham
01:01:50
We need to know the amounts ASAP please
Yolanda Lucero
01:02:15
Can you confirm the source code that should be used with Grant 5012?
Tim Kahle
01:02:23
Laura, we will get that posted to our website today and send out a link on our listserv.
Nathan Markham
01:02:37
Can you please confirm that the at-risk CRF funds have the same strings attached for use as the “normal” CRF Funds?
Nathan Markham
01:02:53
Source code 4000, Grant code 5012
Greg Fieth
01:03:14
So what we receive in October won't be trued up after Oct Count, it is the final amount and state equalization is the only the amount that will change during the true up, correct?
Nathan Markham
01:04:00
so this is in effect reducing my total general fund dollars? I need those dollars to pay ongoing salaries
Laura Gorman
01:04:58
For the reporting that is due in very early January for Q3 is it correct that there will be no opportunity to correct that Q3 reporting as we have been able to for Q1 & Q2?
Tim Kahle
01:05:56
The true up will still occur as normal.
Meghan Deutsch
01:08:33
Or there could be some slight differences in an accrual versus an actual payroll amount. So, yes, if there is a true up opportunity.
Meghan Deutsch
01:09:16
Thank you
Joanne Vergunst
01:09:33
is there a cut-off date for receiving goods after Dec 30?
Nathan Markham
01:16:30
GEER
Laura Gorman
01:17:38
Thank you!