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					                                                          Application Coversheet
                    Prime Prep Academy                                                          Uplift Fort Worth
   Proposed Sixteenth Generation Charter School Name                                      Name of Sponsoring Entity
Note: If the sponsoring entity is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization, the name must appear exactly as it appears in the Articles of
Incorporation or any amendments thereto.
The sponsoring entity is a (Check only one.):
           0501(c)(3) nonprofit organization         [^Governmental Entity          d College or University
Chairperson of Governing Body of Sponsoring Entity;Darnien L. Wallace                                                      _        __

CEO of Sponsoring Entity; Damien L. Wallace

CEO/Superintendent of Proposed Charter School:          TBA
Board Member Who Attended an Applicant Conference: Chazma Jones                                     Date of Conference: 10-07-2010
Applicant Mailing Address (This address will be used for contact regarding this application.): PQ Box 535426 Grand Priaire, TX 76052


Physical Address of Proposed Administrative Offices (if different from above): 4400 Panola Ave. Fort Worth, TX 76103


Number of Campuses Being Requested: 1
Physical Address of Each Proposed Campus (Please include street address, city, state, zip, and county.):            Panola Ave.
Fort Worth, TX 7601 3


Contact Name: Chazma Jones                                           Contact E-mail Address: cdj on es@prim_eti meffoyer.com
Contact Phone #: 214-530-6207                                                  Contact Fax #: 817-840-5999
State maximum enrollment and check all grade levels to be served for each school year.
By Year 3, at least one grade in which the stale accountability texts are administered must be offered.
Year 1: Maximum Enrollment:650
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Year 2: Maximum Enrollment: 750
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Year 3: Maximum Enrollment:850
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Year 4:    Maximum Enrollment: 1,000
           DPre-K3 DPre-K4 0K 01                    02     03      04      0         6      7       8       9       10         II    Dl2
Year 5:    Maximum Enrollment: 1 200
           DPre-K3 Dpre-K4 0K 01                    02     03      04     05     06      07     08      09      010 011 012
I certify that 1 have the authority to submit this application and that all information contained herein is complete and accurate,
realizing that any misrepresentation could result in disqualification from the application process or revocation after award. In
accordance with TEC §12.120, 1 further certify that no members of the governing body of the sponsoring entity or of the proposed
charter school i>rif afly officers or employees of the proposed school have been convicted of a misdemeanor involving moral
turpitude ^ow^any ffelflfw. I understand that incomplete applications will not be considered.
                                                                            2/22/2011           Damien Wallace
                           Chief Executive Officer of Sponsoring Entity           Date                       Printed Name

                                                                           2/22/20T f           Chazma Jones
(BLUE INK) Signature^ Application Preparer                                       Date                     Printed Name
With what company is the application preparer associated? Sports Groove LLC
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Was preparer paid? LJ Yes 0 No                                                                                           RFA 701-10-118
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             Prime Prep Academy Charter School Application

                                  Table of Contents
    Application
    1. Statement of Need                                                                    4
    2. Vision of School                                                                     9
    3. Community Support                                                                   11
    4. Student Goals                                                                       12
    5. Educational Plan                                                                    15
    6. Special Needs Students and Programs                                                 25
    7. Geographic Boundary                                                                 27
    8. Admissions and Enrollment Policies                                                  28
    9. Governance                                                                          31
    10. Human Resources Information                                                        35
    11. Business Plan                                                                      45
    12. Attachments
           A. Published Notice of Hearing                                    -            63
          B. Synopsis of Public Hearing                                                   65
          C. Signed Certified Mail Receipt Cards                                          69
           D. Notarized Biographical Affidavits                                         —82
           E. 501(c) (3) Determination Letter from IRS                                   103
           F. Articles of Incorporation                                      --         -106
           G. Bylaws of Sponsoring Entity                                                118
           H. Organization Chart                                                         123
           I. Supplement Human Resources Information Forms                                125
          J. Audit Reports                                                                13 8
          K.   Credit Report                                                             146
          L.   IRS 990 Filings                                                           152
          M.   Documentation Verifying All Sources of Funding                            155
          N.   Start-up Budget                                                           158
          O.  Budget for Year One Operations                                              171
          P.  Negotiated Service Agreements                                               187
          Q,  Certificate of Occupancy or Equivalent Certificate                           195
          R.  Negotiated Lease Agreement(s), Deed(s), to Property, Earnest Money
              Contract(s), or Purchase Agreements                                      — 197
    13. Assurance Documents and Requirements Campaign Contribution Form                 214
            1. Special Education Assurances and Development of Policies and Procedures    215
           2. Bilinguals Education/ ESL, Section 504, and Dyslexia Assurances             216
           3. General Application of Assurances for Federal Programs                      217
            4. Special Assurances Document                                                219
           5. State Board of Education Disclosure of Campaign Contribution Form—          221



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                                                        Applicant Checklist

                   Prime Prep Academy                                                        Uplift Fort Worth, CDC
    Proposed Sixteenth Generation Charter School Name                                     Name of Sponsoring Entity

This checklist MUST be completed and submitted as part of the application to ensure that the applicant has provided all of the
information required by the RFA.
Application
 S Attended Applicant Conference:         Date: 10-7-2010                Board Member Who Attended :Chazm a Jones
 [y] Application Coversheet
 @ Tabfe of Contents
 H Applicant Checklist (this document)
Application Sections (All questions in each section must be answered completely.)

      1. Statement of Need                                                   7. Geographic Boundary
      2. Vision of the School                                                8. Admissions and Enrollment Policies
      3. Community Support                                                   9. Governance
      4. Student Goals                                                       10. Human Resources Information
      5. Educational Plan                                                    1 ]. Business Plan
      6. Special Needs Students and Programs

Attachments A - R
  [x] A. Published Notice of Public Hearing                            [x] J. Audit Report
  [x] B. Synopsis of Public Hearing                                    [x] K. Credit Report
                                                                       [x] L. IRS 990 Filing
  [x] C. Signed Certified Mail Receipt Cards
                                                                       [x] M, Documentation Verifying All Sources of Funding
  [x] D. Notarized Biographical Affidavits
                                                                       [x]N. Start-Up Budget
  [x] E. 501(c)(3) Determination Letter from IRS
                                                                       [x] O. Budget for Year One of Operation
  [x] F. Articles of Incorporation                                     [x] P. Negotiated Service Agreernent(s)
  [x] G. Bylaws of the Sponsoring Entity                               [x] Q. Certificate of Occupancy or Equivalent Certificate
  [x] H. Organizational Chart                                          [x] R. Negotiated Lease Agreement(s), Deed(s) to Property,
  [x] T. Supplemental Human Resources Information Form                        Earnest Money Contract(s), or Purchase Agreement(s)

Assurance Documents and Required Campaign Contribution Form - Completed and Signed
  H 1 . Special Education Assurances and Development of Policies and Procedures
  @ 2. Bilingual Education/ESL, Section 504, and Dyslexia Assurances
  H 3. General Application of Assurances for Federal Programs
  l_x] 4. Special Assurances Document
  H 5. State Board of Education Disclosure of Campaign Contributions form

 The CEO of the sponsoring entity acknowledges the following:
  [x] i. The application and 12 copies submitted are printed single-sided and at least one copy has been retained for the
         organization's records.
  [x] 2. Applications must be received by Document Control at the Texas Education Agency by the stated deadline in the Request
         for Application in order to be considered.
  [x] 3. All submissions become the property of the Texas Education Agency and will not be returned.
                         Chazma Jones                                                           t   PL Wallace
              Name of Application Prfparer (Typed)                              Name'af CEOM Sponsoring Entity (Typed)



        Signature of Sgiplica                            Date              Signa              of] Sponsoring Entity              Date


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              Prime Prep Academy Charter School Application

 1. Statement of Need
   a.) Discuss why members of the sponsoring entity believe that the proposed school is needed, and
       why they believe that sufficient demand exists to make the school viable.

In the Dallas Fort Worth area, parents are looking for viable educational alternatives for their
children. Most cannot afford private schools and those are fortunate enough to enroll their
children in charter schools often have to sacrifice the educational support programs. This
includes but is not limited to: competitive athletic programs, fine arts programs and superior
physical education/nutritional programs. Therefore, parents in the inner cities of Dallas and Fort
Worth have to make two very difficult and sacrificial choices: 1) Leave their children in a sub
standard public school in exchange for the educational support said school offers or 2) enroll
their children in charter schools that may address the educational deficiency but are lacking in
the educational support programs that have been proven to make students more well rounded and
increase their collegiate opportunities. Therefore, the Prime Prep Academy seeks to bridge the
gap and solve the problems faced by inner city parents by offering a charter school that offers the
children the best of both worlds.

In 2009, the sponsoring entity of the sponsoring entity of Prime Prep Academy partnered with
Prime Time Association Sports (PTA Sports) to offer educational, mentorships and athletic
programs to youth in the Dallas, Fort Worth area. The founder of PTA Sports is NFL Hall of
Fame athlete IK-ion Sanders. Mr. Sanders and Uplift Fort Worth sought to address the
problems with the current educational system by assessing the demand for initiatives that
targeted the full scale development of inner city youth: intellect, character, leadership, physical
fitness and a commitment to community. The program was named "TRUTH" as it was designed
to restore the purity of educational development to the inner city.

The TRUTH program included a full scale summer tutorial program designed to improve grades
through improved student teacher ratios; and an athletic development program focus on
improving physical fitness and social interaction. Once the TRUTH initiative was announced,
hundreds of parents signed up to participate in the programs designed to create a well rounded
student. The plan proved successful from the very beginning. In the first year, more than 350
youth between the ages of 5-14 participated in the program. Today the initiative helps more than
650 youth with hundreds more being turned away due to lack of staffing to accommodate the
ever increasing demand. Therefore, parents have requested that even more be done to put their
children first and continue the momentum that has been built.

Parents that enrolled their children in the TRUTH educational/athletic development program
raved about how their children were being challenged in all areas of their lives. Many have
stated, "this is the way public school used to be". Parents were so enamored with the quality of
the educational programming offered by TRUTH that many struggled to allow their children to
enroll in traditional public school at summer's end. Therefore, the leaders of PTA Sports and


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Uplift Fort Worth collaborated yet again to develop a charter school model that can support the
ongoing development of the thousands of inner city residents throughout the DFW area. Again,
once the collaboration was announced hundreds of parents signed the petition to encourage the
state to grant a charter to the Prime Prep Academy.

In addition to the overwhelming parent and community support for the proposed charter school,
many corporate entities have pledged commitment to the initial and ongoing operations of the
same. Deion Sanders' powerful media presence has been utilized to bring more attention to the
plans of bringing a charter school of this type to the DFW area. A few days before the recent
Super Bowl; which was played in Arlington, Deion Sanders hosted an information meeting at his
home to the heads of local and national companies regarding the proposed charter school.
Representatives from many major companies attended the meeting including but not limited to:
the National Football League, Major League Baseball, Campbell's Soup, CMC,
Monitronics; Main Event, Pepsi and Under Armour. All in attendance agreed that such an
initiative has the ability to enhance the educational landscape for families in the inner city with
limited options.

Based on all the reasons outlined above, Prime Prep Academy believes the support and demand
exists to make the charter school viable for years to come. In addition, Prime Prep Academy
believes it can impact students in other critical academic areas.

A review of the AEIS 2009 reports was performed for the proposed charter school, there are 17
school districts and 11 charter schools within the Prime Prep Academy defined geographical
boundaries. Of the 28 districts/charter schools there are a total of 478 schools, only 105(22%) are
exemplary districts, 120 (25%) are recognized districts, 168(35%) are academically acceptable,
61(13%) are academically unacceptable and 24 (5%) are unrated.

                 Geographical Boundaries State Scores Report


                                                                      H Exemplary
                                                                      H Recognized
                                                                      u Academically Acceptable
                                                                      B Academically Unacceptable
                                                                      H Not Rated




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Additional assessments of the school districts' PBMAS data reveal major concerns, which are
listed below:

    •   High representation of minority groups and indentified LEP students in special education
    •   Poor academic performance of indentified LEP students
    •   An unusually high rate of special education students placed in ISS
    •   High special education detection rates

Presently, students can choose from average performing public schools or private school;
however private schools in the area average $1,500 a month, which most cannot afford. The
members of Uplift Fort Worth as the sponsoring entity feel with the above evidence in place, the
proposed charter school is needed to support 21st century educational goals, and to prepare our
students for the global marketplace. An emphasis on leadership excellence in every area of our
educational experience will foster exemplary academics and students prepared to take on the
global market. This will provide affordable choice for families with limited options.

    b) Explain how the charter school model will enhance the academic outcomes for students.

According to the legislature passed in 1995 for creating charter schools (Education code
Sec.12.001 PURPOSES OF CHARTER), the purposes of a charter are to:

    1. Improve student learning
    2. Increase the choice of learning opportunities within the public school system
    3. Create professional opportunities that will attract new teachers to the public school
       system
    4. Establish a new form of accountability for public schools
    5. Encourage different and innovative learning methods

Prime Prep Academy believes that these goals align with our desire to improve the quality of
education in Fort Worth, Texas. By creating a unique niche and offering a new choice to the
parents, we can impact teachers and students for the better. Together we can prepare students to
be successful in school, in the marketplace, in the community and in every facet of their lives.

To enable the students, parents and staff to fully benefit from the charter school model, we will
incorporate the PLACE philosophy. This acronym stands for Parent Partnership, Leadership
Development, Academics, Creativity, and Excellence.

Parent Partnership

This partnership is designed to provide parents with the skills to be model leaders in the home
and the community, serving as encouragers and leadership role models for their children.
Providing parents with choice is a critical element to improving the quality of Texas education.
Traditionally, school districts have not been held accountable for their failures and shortcomings.
These failures have led to undesirable test scores, distrust from parents toward public education,

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diminished student attitudes toward learning, and lower graduation rates for post secondary
degrees. Due to the fact that parents will choose to enroll their children in our charter school,
they will have a sense of ownership that will increase their accountability and involvement. This
will lead to greater engagement and success for their children. Prime Prep Academy will also
foster partnerships with businesses, industries, institutions of higher learning, and civic and
government leaders to design and implement programs which link schooling with the demands
of the global market to prepare our students for 21s century demands. Finally, Prime Prep
Academy will foster parent partnership through proper utilization of technology.

Prime Prep Academy commissioned a team of IT professionals to develop a portal that allows
parents to interact with their students more efficiently and effectively. They will have the
opportunity to review previous tests taken along with the explanation of the answers all in the
comfort of their own homes. This keeps education as one of the primary topics of conversation
between parents and their children; while giving the parent a greater understanding of the effort
exerted by teachers to help their children succeed.

Leadership Development

Prime Prep Academy will develop leaders who think through every decision using our training
methods so they can execute more effectively in this highly competitive 21sl century
environment. We will establish leadership training and character building through the Leadership
Studies Curriculum. Students who attend Prime Prep Academy will develop an awareness of
their own leadership potential; develop essential leadership skills that enable them to act
responsibly in all aspects of their lives; become citizens who possess the leadership abilities to
meet present and future challenges in a global society; and learn to implement these essential
leadership skills within a learning community. In recognition of the important role that effective
leadership skills play in providing today's students an advantage in tomorrow's competitive
world, the Leadership Studies Curriculum will prepare students for their individual and group
leadership responsibilities. The Leadership Studies Curriculum identifies important process,
skills, and opportunities that promote Team Building in all students at all grade levels. The
program is unique in that it was not written as an add-on curriculum. The Leadership Studies
Curriculum is designed to develop leadership skills while teaching core curricular areas in
alignment with the TEKS. Students will understand and model traits such as responsibility,
courage, reliability, self-reliance, vision, tolerance, and initiative. We believe that as students
learn and acquire these skills, they will become self-actualized and independent learners;
accepting responsibility for setting and attaining goals. This curriculum is designed to promote
awareness in all students of their potential for leadership at many levels: at home, at school, in
the workplace, and in local, state, and national communities. The curriculum is sub-divided into
grade clusters for the purpose of developing student leadership expectations: K-2, 3-5, and
grades 6-8. The standards were actually developed in a horizontal format, with a clear
progression of continuity and increasing complexity through the elementary grades. The


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Leadership Studies Curriculum does not prescribe any particular method for developing the
student leadership expectations identified in this document. A great deal of flexibility has been
provided for individual teachers who implement this curriculum, which is the reason why Prime
Prep Academy will focus on hiring and attracting high quality teachers who will be held to high
expectations of excellence. Prime Prep Academy will also include a strong character component
and an effective peer leadership/decision-making component which are imperatives for students
and staff. This goes beyond the monthly focus of a character traits identified by character
education. Students will have to demonstrate the traits of good citizenship, as well as the skills
that help exert leadership in the classroom, the school, and the community. We believe this is a
key component that is missing in our traditional public education system.

Academics

A strong academic program is the cornerstone of the school to equip our students for high
performance in reading, writing, science, mathematics; computing, higher order thinking and
creating as interrelated to leading. It is our intent to raise student achievement by implementing
an innovative curriculum that encourages students, staff, and parents to acquire and implement
ways of learning and demonstrating proficiency through traditional assessment means and
through community-based, real-life experiential activities. Prime Prep Academy will live up to a
higher standard than traditional public schools by setting specific academic goals for our
students. We will hold our children to a higher or more individualized standard of performance.
We will meet all essential elements as required by the TEA and our lesson plans will address and
follow TEKS objectives.

Creativity

Since we have greater flexibility compared to the traditional public school, we will attract
pioneering educators who are willing to try new educational approaches. Where proven effective,
new teaching methods can then be implemented, tested and modified to meet the needs of our
students. Our students will be encouraged to create solutions, to think for themselves and to
generate new ideas. Progress and invention can only be made by those who go beyond what is
known or expected. Because Prime Prep Academy wants its students to be globally competitive,
we will train them to supersede us and our knowledge. Prime Prep Academy will not just be a
place to memorize the answers and repeat them for the test; we will encourage the long term
comprehension and application of all lessons taught in the classroom.

Excellence (The Standard)

Prime Prep Academy has developed Principles of Excellence to be followed by its faculty and
staff. The Principles empowers teachers throughout the educational process to ensure long term
success for all parties involved. The expertise of the faculty and staff are typically ignored and
underutilized in the traditional public school districts. Too often, educators feel their voices are
drowned out by the constant political battles raging in administrative offices. Prime Prep
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Academy will provide a great avenue where teachers can buy into the system and build the
system as they see fit based off the standard of excellence in all areas of education. This
flexibility to be creative and innovative is exactly what is needed to reform our public education
system in Texas. In addition, to staff excellence, our parents and students will be expected to
embrace this standard. Excellence is not perfection. It is giving your best at all times for a greater
good and purpose; it is going beyond previous limits.

 2. Vision Statement
   o/ fn succinct terms, describe the educational philosophy and pedagogy of the proposed school

The vision of Prime Prep Academy is to provide exceptional opportunities for academic
achievement, intellectual growth, artistic fulfillment, physical development, moral awareness,
and community responsibility; resulting in well-educated, respectful leaders. Leaders are
identified by their moral character and intellectual qualities. Prime Prep Academy will nurture
the intellectual capacity of students with a foundation in reading, writing, science, technology
and mathematics. Problem-solving and cognitive development will be heightened through the
teaching of mathematics and scientific methods. The goal is to strengthen critical thinking skills,
encourage reading and form the foundation for a lifelong appreciation of literature. It is also the
vision of Prime Prep Academy to cater to the needs of the complete student by introducing it
student body to the importance of health, nutrition, physical fitness and community awareness
and responsibility.

As part of PrimeTime Prep Academy's mission we will seek to help our students develop the
following academic and personal habits:

        lifelong learning
   •    clear oral and written communication
    •   creative thinking
   •    logical thinking and the ability to make informed judgments
   •    effective use of technology as a tool
   •    adaptability to new situations and new information
   •    problem-solving skills
   •    the ability to find, select, evaluate, organize, and use information from various
        sources
   •    Team Building through the development of strong intrapersonal skills.
   •    the ability to make easy and flexible connections among various disciplines of
        thought; and respecting others1 individuality and creativity, as well as one's own,
        whiJe seeking to work within teams to create common solutions.

Prime Prep Academy will represent excellence in every student. Our students will embark on an
educational adventure that will begin in Kindergarten; from the beginning students will establish
a firm foundation in effective learning principles. Students joining Prime Prep Academy from
other grades will be able to improve their skills in areas of the curriculum that they had not
previously explored or successfully assimilated.


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The focus of the Prime Prep Academy curriculum is a consistent blending of theoretical
understandings of leadership with practical application in normal, daily living. Prime Prep
Academy concepts, understandings and experience opportunities and are correlated to the Texas
Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS), All curriculum resources will support these standards.


   b) Discuss the educational innovations that will distinguish this school from other schools.

 Prime Prep Academy will boast the latest in Information Technology to train its student body
and foster parent - teacher - student interaction. Prime Prep Academy has commissioned its IT
team to develop fully integrated online software that has been tested and proven to increase
proficiency on standardized tests, improve study habits and enhance the learning process. The
portal is www.ptpstudyhail.com and it was designed especially to suit the diverse learning needs
of 21st century youth. One of the greatest aspects of the software is the feature that allows
students of all ages to practice taking tests by grade level; including practice SAT, ACT and
TAKS related tests.

FTP Study Hall also offers a parent/teacher login that allows them to upload tests, assign
homework online and much more. Prime Prep Academy will utilize innovative technology to
expand the academic horizons for all its student body, faculty and staff.

Prime Prep Academy believes that the charter school movement is about offering opportunities
for choice in education. Those in education understand that each student learns in different ways
and at different rates; that is why diverse methods and strategies are used. Certain environments
can offer greater probabilities for success for certain students. Prime Prep Academy will offer a
creative atmosphere that encourages leadership development, personal responsibility and
accountability that should increase the lifelong success of our students.

Prime Prep Academy will be founded on the principle that understanding leadership is key to
success. Through curriculum and example, students in every grade would be taught how to
exercise leadership over themselves. Instead of accepting or offering excuses for mediocrity,
they would learn to accept responsibility, and become intentional in their actions. As they learn
to lead themselves, they would also be given occasions to lead others, and encouraged to initiate
solutions rather than waiting for one. Understanding how to work as a team and direct a team is a
vital skill for lifelong success.

Not only will the students benefit from this leadership culture, but also the parents and staff.
Parents are the primary educators of their children, but many are ill-equipped for the job because
of personal life history and experiences or because they are simply uninformed. Children do not
come with a manual, and many parents can become overwhelmed. Therefore, our school will
offer training on issues faced by our parents; the seminars will include Internet safety, personal
finances, discipline, study strategies, etc. We will focus on these parent partnerships to enhance
the future success of the entire family as well as the child's educational success. In addition, the

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staff will receive professional development that will enable them to exercise greater leadership in
their classrooms and the school as a whole. The old adage that two heads are better than one can
easily be applied in this instance. Distributed leadership can make the entire school more
efficient, more responsive and therefore more successful.

Prime Prep Academy will establish this leadership culture while incorporating strong academics
in a college preparatory format. Our students will be expected to achieve at the highest levels,
think outside the box, and demonstrate sound character. All this, combined with the commitment
to integrating useful, unique technological tools that provide substantive benefits to parents,
students and teachers will cause Prime Prep Academy to stand out in a competitive educational
environment and solidify its value to the community for years to come.

 3. Community Support
    a) Describe the community where the school will be located and explain why this location
       was selected. Include the types of resources available in the community.

       Fort Worth, Texas is a city known for diversity and hard work. Fort Worth is the 17th
       largest city in the United States, the 5th largest in Texas. Fort Worth is among the
       nation's 100 most ethnically diverse communities. The city population is 727,575 and the
       median household income is $38,276. Fort Worth has 24 public library branches; Fort
       Worth ISD has 80,000 students in 80 public elementary schools, 24 middle schools 13
       high schools and 27 special campuses. However, the FWISD is one of the lowest
       performing district in the state; leaving parents with few alternatives for their children's
       education. Once the educational challenges are addressed in the city of Fort Worth, life
       can substantively improve for thousands of inner city residents who cannot afford private
       school for their children,

       The sponsoring entity Uplift Fort Worth (UFW) was established to further enhance the
       community by offering viable educational alternatives and Prime Prep Academy looks
       forward to being an essential part of this development by making a major impact on the
       educational lives of Fort Worth's youth for decades to come.


    b) Provide information on the manner in which community groups have been involved and
       will continue to be involved in the charter schools planning process. Include the type of
       community groups and the type of services they will provide.

        As a fundamental strategy for ensuring diversity of perspective, the Uplift Fort Worth
        Board of Directors included community groups in the planning process. By consulting
        diverse groups, the charter school has ensured that issues in planning the school were
        considered from multiple perspectives and that questioning, challenging, constructive
        feedback, monitoring, and authentically useful comments were an integral part of the
        planning process.


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         In addition, prominent leaders in Dallas Fort Worth support the establishment of Prime
         Prep Academy. Among the ones who have communicated support by letters, emails,
         facsimiles and public statements are Deion Sanders (former NFL Player), Senator Royce
         West, LeRoi Phillips (Athletic Director at Dallas Community College District), Bishop
         T. D. Jakes, Dr. Tom Wilson, Superintendent, Life Schools of Dallas, numerous public
         officials, local business owners, Fort Worth residents, and hundreds of parents and
         students inquiring about how to enroll in the charter school.

     c) Submit as Attachment A, a copy of the published notice of hearing, clearly showing the
        name of the newspaper and date of publication. The notice should include the proposed
        school name the sponsoring entity name, date, time, place of meeting, and names of
        sponsoring entity Board members.

         Please view Published Notice of Hearing in Attachment A

     d) Provide the number of community members, not afflicted in any way with the
        sponsoring entity or proposed charter school, who attended the public hearing.

        Prime Prep Academy Board of Directors provided a sign in sheet to document the
        number of community members who attended the public hearing. The documentation
        indicates that 11 attended the public hearing; among those in attendance 0 were not
        afflicted with the charter school.

     e) Submit, as Attachment B, a synopsis of the public hearing held to discuss the proposed
        charter school, who attended the public hearing.

         Please view Public Hearing Synopsis in Attachment B.

  4. Student Goals
a) Other than the indicators of the state accountability rating and accreditation systems, outline
   and discuss specific measurable student goals in each of the following areas:
      • Student progress over time;
      • Student engagement (i.e., attendance, continuous enrollment in school); and
      • Readiness for postsecondary success.

Academic Goal: To produce an intellectual, educational atmosphere that promotes excellent
academic performance. The Prime Prep Academy students will obtain the Reading
Comprehension, English language, Science, Math and writing skills necessary to master a
meticulous school curriculum; which allows them to graduate. It will also prepare and encourage
them to attend and achieve success at a college or university.

b) Describe methods used to measure success toward each goal.

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Methods to measure success toward each goal: Development will be documented yearly using
classroom grades to measure TEKS mastery. Decisive measures will include benchmarks and
unit tests that will inform instruction regarding individual student mastery of the TEKS.

c) Describe the ways in which the school and community members will work together to ensure
   continuous academic growth for all students.

 How the Goal Supports Student Learning: A quality school environment is heavily dependent
on the following variables: qualified administrative, instructional, and support staff; appropriate
and diverse learning resources; data from student assessments; quality curriculum; and parent
and community support. Student performance objectives convey how well these variables are
performing in concert.


 Performance Objectives            School             School          Measurement Method
                                 Years 2011-           Years
                                    2013             2013-2016
X% of students will be                 85%               95%         TEA School Report Card
reading on above grade level
bytheendofthe3 r d -6th
grades

X% of students will                    85%               95%         TAKS. Unit Tests, Teacher
demonstrate more than one                                            Grades
year's worth of growth each
year in reading, language, and
spelling X% of students will
meet the standards

X% of students will meet the           85%               95%         TAKS. Unit Tests, Teacher
standard on the reading/ELA                                          Grades
TAKS

X% of 6th graders will meet            85%              95%          TAKS
the standard on the writing
TAKS
X% of students will receive            25%              40%          TAKS, TAKS-Acc., TAKS-
commended performance on                                             M, TAKS-Alt, LAT,
the reading/ELA TAKS                                                 TELPAS (or comparable
                                                                     tests)



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X% of 3rd- 6th graders will               25%                45%           TAKS. Unit Tests, Teacher
receive commended                                                          Grades
performance on the writing
TAKS




Performance Objectives                School              School            Measurement Method
                                    Years 2011-            Years
                                       2013              2013-2016
X% of students will                       95%                97%           TEA School Report Card
demonstrate more than one
year's worth or growth each
year in science and social
studies

X% of K-6th grades will meet              85%                95%           TAKS. Unit Tests, Teacher
the standard on the science                                                Grades
TAKS

X% 3rd-6m grades will meet                85%                95%           TAKS. Unit Tests, Teacher
the standard on the social                                                 Grades
studies TAKS

X% of 3rd- 6th graders will               85%                95%           TAKS
receive commended
performance on the Science
TAKS
X% of 3rd-6th graders will                25%                40%           TAKS, TAKS-Acc., TAKS-
receive commended performance                                              M, TAKS-Alt, LAT,
on the social studies TAKS                                                 TELPAS (or comparable
                                                                           tests)
X% of Students will receive               30%                40%           TAKS. Unit Tests, Teacher
commended performance on                                                   Grades
the writing TAKS


a) Attendance: Goal: To ensure that all Prime Prep Academy students meet Texas Education Code
   Compulsory School Attendance requirements and have an attendance average above 95%, with a less
   than 1% drop-out rate.
b) Methods to measure success towards each goal: Prime Prep Academy PEIMS clerk will use the
   system to track student attendance, generating the required reports delineating attendance averages.




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   PEIMS records will also track student enrollment and graduation rates. Administrators will follow up
   the reports with actions fulfilling Texas state requirements and encouraging attendance,
c) How the goals support student learning: Best practices link student achievement to time spent in
   quality instructional settings. Consistent attendance is critical to student learning. Graduation is also
   essential to student success. Keeping students in school through graduation is a prerequisite to either
   college admissions or the workforce.



               Performance Objective                                          Measurement
                                                                                Method
Less than 1% of students suspended or expelled from school             School reports

Less than 5% of students receiving referrals to administrator          School reports

Parents attending Back to School Night at 95%                          Sign-in sheets

Parents completing partnership requirements at 95%                     Parent partnership forms
Correspondence requiring parent signature returned within 2            Letters and correspondence
school days at 90%

Parents attend school programs at 95%                                  Sign-in sheets



5. Educational Plan
a) Describe the educational program to be offered, including special education and bilingual
education/English as a second language (BE/ESL). Clearly state that each grade level will
incorporate the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). Describe the connection between
the TEKS, classroom instruction, and assessment of student progress and provide three specific
examples of the ways that the TEKS and the assessment of the TEKS will be incorporated into
classroom instruction.

In addition, specifically address each of the following:

    •   Describe the manner in which the science curriculum will meet the 40% laboratory and
        field investigation requirement for middle and high school courses.
    •   Describe the educational program and the setting that will be used to offer courses to
        meet the requirements for physical education.
    •   Describe the educational program and the setting that will be used to offer courses to
        meet the requirements in fine arts and technology.

Prime Prep Academy will be based on the principles of teamwork; all students, teachers and
parents will be held accountable for academic success. In grades (K-2), we will introduce the

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foundation for academic success. In grades 3-6, students will develop their skills by focusing on
student's strengths and weaknesses. . In grades 7-8, students will expand their knowledge base
and intentionally focus on areas of personal improvement and strong teamwork. During high
school, students will have a personal academic plan that will have a defined plan for the future,
school will work together along with parents and the community to ensure plan is successfully
accomplished.

The educational program will follow state and national standards and TEKS will be administered
at each grade level.

•   Grades K-5:

    The beginning years of a child's academic journey are very important. Success at this level is
    critical and mandatory to master in order to effectively advance at the proper academic level.
    Mastering reading and math skills will be essential and the main focus in this learning stage.

    Prime Prep Academy will introduce reading and math lessons that will stimulate each
    student's psychological growth. The curriculum will focus on learning and mastering the
    basics through listening, observations and actions methods, which allows students to learn
    and retain each lesson. As reading and math skills are advanced phonics, literature and
    language skills lessons will be added students' academic plan.
    Students in the elementary school are taught in independent classrooms in grades K through
    3. In grade four, teaching specialists will provide targeted instruction serving both gifted and
    lower performing students.
    All groups of students in the earliest grades will progress on the TEKS standards in the core
    curriculum areas of language arts, math, science, social studies, fine arts, physical
    education/health, and technology.
    Prime Prep Academy will focus on the needs on each student individually and determine
    academic challenges early; teachers and parents will work together to improve any weakness.
•   Grades 6-8:

    All middle school students will master TEKS standards in the core curriculum areas of
    language arts, math, science, social studies, fine arts, physical education/health, and
    technology.
    Students in 6-8 grades will be adequately prepared for the next step of learning and prepared
    for the transition into high school; student readiness will be measured by the grades and
    TAKS results.
•   Grades 9-12:

    The first milestone in a students' academic path is graduating high school. Prime Prep
    Academy goal will verify mastery of skills and prepare for college. State graduation tests will

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    show an increasing percentage of students on track for successfully completing high school.
    TEKS will be incorporated into all high school classes that will allow teachers to assess
    student's readiness for TEKS and exit high school exit exams,

•   Special Education

    Special Education Variation Plans will be provided to each basic education teacher. These
    variations may include such strategies as oral tests, use of a calculator, highlighted texts,
    instruction at a different grade level, etc. Student progress will be monitored by a certified
    special education teacher and reported to parents at each reporting period. It will be the
    primary responsibility of the school to provide appropriate services as determined by the
    ARD in the initial and/or annual review that will be documented in the student's Eligibility
    Folder. Bilingual/ESL Variation Plans will also be developed for Limited English
    Proficiency speakers. Teachers will recommend modifications based upon proficiency levels
    indicated through testing and progress. The goal is to assist students in acquisition of English,
    it will be the primary responsibility of the school to provide appropriate services as
    determined by the in the annual review and documented in the student's permanent record
    folder.
•   Physical Education
Prime Prep Academy will teach each student the value of healthy living. Students in K-5 will
have 30 minutes of physical activity per day through recess or a physical education class. Prime
Prep Academy has a playground facility for recess and indoor facility for inclement weather
days. In addition to physical activity. Prime Prep Academy will keenly educate student's proper
health safeguards in addition to curricular requirements for health class.

•   Fine Arts and Technology

All classrooms will have computer stations where students can learn things such as basic
computer skills, typing and how to conduct electronic research.

Secondary students will be offered classes in computer skills and programming. They will be
encouraged to utilize technology in completing alternative assessments, conducting research and
finding alternative instructional tutorials.

Prime Prep Academy will also offer classes in music and the arts to all students. , which will
include choir, drama, speech and band.



b) Describe how the teaching methods to be used wUl provide a rigorous and relevant
academic program and state the reasons for choosing them, explaining how the methods
enhance student learning and promote high expectations for all students. Include information
about materials, strategies, techniques, and procedures to be used to meet the needs of the


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student population, including students with disabilities and those requiring BE/ESL services,
and clearly state the number of instructional hours per day that will be afforded to students,

Prime Prep Academy will utilize a variety of teaching methods, since students will come with
different levels of capability and knowledge, teachers will be empowered to select methods that
are appropriate for the students' requirements. The primary criteria for selecting a method will
based on the needs of the students, and the efficiency of the chosen method will be vigilantly
assessed for any necessary explanations. For students with special needs, assistive technology
and appropriate modifications/accommodations will be utilized as found in their lEPs.



c) Describe the planned academic assessment program, including the process to be used to
determine baseline achievement levels of students and the methods of measurement to be used,

Prime Prep Academy school leadership and selected teachers, parents, and community members,
will evaluate assessment methods and programs to ensure that selected assessments are being
used effectively. Prime Prep Academy will perform an assessment on incoming students each
school year to allow teachers to develop distinguish curriculums based on students' needs.
Students will take all state mandated assessments, currently TAKS. Secondary students will take
EXIT exams, PSAT, SAT, and ACT assessments as well as final exams. These results along
with teacher assessments will drive lessons and help raise our students' levels of success.


d) Describe strategies to ensure that the educational program will effectively prepare students
to enter kindergarten on or above grade level and ensure a successful transition from
prekindergarten into grade school.
The initial step to have a successful transition from Pre-K and K into grade schools begins before
school starts. An orientation will be scheduled a week before school for the Kindergarten
guardians and students. A guided tour will introduce the parent and child to the facilities and the
student will be able to get to know their teacher in his/her designed classroom. A brochure of
steps preparing the student for the first day of school, offering suggestion of "best practices for
parents," and frequently Asked Questions will be provided to each guardian.
Prime Prep Academy will provide an encouraging and committed environment, while providing
excellence in academics, leadership and charter. Students who are admitted and enrolled into the
charter school will have an assessment done of academic abilities. Results of these assessments
will enable classroom teachers to individualize developmentally appropriate instruction in all
curriculums to promote a positive and effective learning environment, as well as a successful
transition into the grade school environment.
Prime Prep Academy will provide parents with suggestions to best prepare their child at home
before they enter into Kindergarten. Suggestions include:

   •   Talk to your child about the new routine.

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       Begin setting school time bedtimes a week ahead of school, so the child is used to the
       new schedule of waking up early.
       Talk with your child enthusiastically about school without overdoing or forcing it.
       Acknowledge his/her worries and tell him/her that the teacher is there to help if he/she
       does not understand or is scared.
       Tour the school before the school year starts to orient him/her.
       On the first day of school, show him/her where things are in the classroom (seat, cubby,
       etc.)-
       If he/she has been in preschool, let him/her know how kindergarten will be the same or
       different.
       If he/she has not had school experience, let him/her practice being away from you an
       hour at a time at a play date or with another adult. Work up to a full school day away.
       Have him/her try classes that involve participation to help learn rules.
       Reading books about the first day of school can help ease any fears he/she has.
       Buy school supplies together.
       Be happy for your child, and let him/her enjoy experiencing the world of education on
       his/her own for the first time.
       To insure success on the first day of school, attend the Kindergarten Orientation, at the
       Prime Prep Academy.



e) Describe strategies to be used to prepare alt students to meet state graduation requirements,
including students with disabilities and those requiring BE/ESL services.

Prime Prep Academy will follow all guidelines set up by the Texas Education Agency and the
curriculum requirements set forth by §74.63 and §74.64 of the Texas Administrative Code
beginning for the 2009-2010 school year and any subsequent requirements added to this section
in addition to any other requirements set forth by the Texas Education Agency. Prime Prep
Academy will develop a plan to prepare each student to meet state graduation requirements by
successfully completing four courses in each foundational subject. Prime Prep Academy will
take steps to ensure that students with disabilities and those requiring BE/ESL services will be
accommodated. The charter school will ensure that all discipline areas are available to students
in grades 9-12 to achieve the credits and programs needed to obtain the diplomas for the
Minimum Graduation Plan.

J) Discuss the academic and enrichment support that will be provided to engage or reengage
students in school.

Prime Prep Academy will support students in determining their dreams by offering a wide
variety of academic and development activities in which to connect with students' passions.
These activities will offer students a chance to be victorious in an area of interest and help them
remain motivated about learning. Students' interests and desires will determine each year's
activities.

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g) Discuss the instructional strategies to be used to target college and/or career readiness.

Various instructional strategies will be utilized to prepare students for college and career.
Throughout the grade levels, students will engage in supportive learning so they can master
working as part of a team which is essential for career success. Students will have numerous
opportunities to sharpen their skills in research, oral and multimedia presentations. Students will
also learn to manage their time management and goal setting skills.

Once students enter high school they will write using different essay formats, and practice timed
writings to prepare them for the SAT/ACT and other standardized tests. Students will practice
interview skills, engage in debates and polish their verbal presentations. Students will be given
opportunities for test prep classes and resume' preparation.


h) State the maximum teacher-to-student ratio to be maintained by the proposed school and
the rationalfor maintaining this ratio.

Prime Prep Academy will maintain a 1:22 overall teacher-to-student ratio in kindergarten and
first grade, and a 1:25 overall teacher-to-student ratio in grades 3-12. This will enable teachers to
provide more tailored concentration to individual students, know their strengths and weaknesses,
as well as their interests in order to draw them into the challenging content of core classes. This
ratio also supports teachers and students building stronger relationships. The sense of trust and
connection that comes from those relationships encourages students to feel more comfortable
taking risks, to request help, share ideas in development, and explore new topics in collaboration
with their peers. These all contribute to students' improved academic performance and personal
development.

i) Describe any unique curricular experiences to be offered by the proposed school

•    Extracurricular Clubs and Athletics

AH Prime Prep Academy students will have the opportunity to be involved in extracurricular clubs
and athletics of their choosing. Options for clubs/athletics may include football, basketball,
baseball/softball, volleyball, running and fitness, dance, chess, guitar, student council, and
computer development. The club and athletic activities contribute to the culture of community at
the school and enhance learning opportunities for the students.



 "   Teacher Commitment to Excellence
All teachers employed by Prime Prep Academy will be committed to serving with excellence to
ensure that all students at the school succeed. This means being accessible to students and providing
tutoring before or after school. Also being accessible to parents and understanding that parents are
an essential part of the education process. When we recruit teachers, we will look for teachers
who not only have content area expertise but a passion for teaching and making a difference in the

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iives of all students. They must be willing to serve our students and parents with a level of
commitment.


j) Describe plans to provide personal attention and guidance to all students.
Prime Prep Academy will create a safe and positive learning establishment that will give all
students the opportunity to perform their best. Below are a few components that will be
implemented:

    •   Parent /Teacher Teamwork: Teachers will communicate weekly with parents via email
        regarding class activities, lessons, and student strengths and weaknesses. Parents will be
        able to communicate with teachers by email or phone regarding students and every six
        weeks parents will be required to attend mandatory parent/teacher conferences.
    •   Fun Learnins: Prime Prep Academy will engage in fun learning activities that will keep
        students interested and make learning fun. Students will have the opportunity to
        participate in group activities that will assist with verifying mastering of curriculum.
    •   Leadership/Mentoring: Prime Prep Academy will teach each student leadership skills
        that will translate into students that are self-motivated, proactive thinkers. First,
        leadership decision-making skills will be modeled by mentoring. Secondly, decision-
        making in the linear model will be practiced by elementary students. Finally, as students
        enter secondary school, they will be trained in international decision-making, non-linear,
        parallel options and model problem solving.

k) If the proposed school will offer a gifted and talented program, describe it.

Prime Prep Academy will offer a talented and gifted program designed to elicit higher level
thinking. The talent and gifted program will be used to identify and nurture gifted potential
among young learners. The problem-solving skills, thinking processes, and student products
resulting from this program will provide observable evidence of a student's ability to think and
reason on advanced levels.

The program is structured around a five-stage model which provides students opportunities to
connect content to prior knowledge, engage in new ideas, use thinking skills to consider
possibilities, reflect on new learning, and connect the lesson to future learning. The program
follows this sequence:


LINK                STUDENTS MAKE CONNECTIONS TO PRIOR LEARNING.
                    The teacher activates student thinking about purposes of learning
                    and calls attention to the lesson focus.


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ENGAGE AND           STUDENTS DEVELOP AN AWARENESS OF CONTENT.
EDUCATE             The teacher reads the beginning of the story, shares ideas about
                    debating, and asks students to think about topics where people
                    may have different viewpoints.
ACTIVE               STUDENTS CONSIDER MANY POSSIBILITIES.
LEARNING             Students develop responses to the lesson through a variety of
                    thinking strategies. In this lesson, students might create a chart to
                    organize the two points of view and add to the ideas presented by
                     each character so far in the book.
REFLECT              STUDENTS THINK ABOUT THE NEW LEARNING.
                     Students share their new ideas and add to the chart in a group
                     setting. Students consider the role of persuasion in their lives.
NOW AND              STUDENTS CONNECT THE LESSON TO FUTURE
THEN                 LEARNING.
                     Students learn about future lessons on purposes of learning.


Grades 3-6 MODEL THINKING

Thinking Lessons in grades three - six are designed to teach students how to think more
effectively. Each of the nine lessons teaches a specific thinking strategy. The lessons may be
used to develop creative and critical thinking skills in all learners. Each thinking strategy can be
used at any grade level and in any curriculum area. Students are taught the name of the strategy,
how it can help them become better thinkers, and are then given opportunities to practice using
the thinking strategies in different content areas. Icons provide a visual representation that helps
students identify and remember the thinking strategy.

The nine different strategies are:


QUESTIONING
Active learners are always questioning. Students who take responsibility for asking their
own questions become more productive and engaged in their learning processes.
FLUENCY, ORIGINALITY, FLEXIBILITY, AND ELABORATION
When students are able to come up with ideas (fluency), combine ideas in new ways or


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come up with unusual ideas (originality), then categorize and develop their ideas (flexibility
and elaboration), they are more able to make inventive or creative connections between
ideas.
VISUALIZATION
This strategy opens up student thinking by using sensory information to stimulate
imagination with both spoken and written words. The process of visualization can also
help students plan out an experience before execution.
MINDMAPPING
Mind mapping is a method of visual note taking that helps students organize information
in unique and personal ways. It is appropriate for all students because it helps them retain,
remember, and recall information
POINT OF VIEW (POV)
This thinking strategy allows students to explore an idea from multiple perspectives. This
helps to Boarden students' thinking and demonstrates that an idea should be examined
from many points of view before an opinion is formed.
ANALOGIES
Analogies allow students to make connections at a more sophisticated level. This structure
for thinking helps students relate material to previously learned concepts as well as
generate new comparisons.
ENCAPSULATION
Encapsulation is the process of stating ideas in a concise, precise form. It is not a summary
and does not involve simply stating the main idea or restating information or opinions.
DECISIONS & OUTCOMES
This strategy provides a framework in which students can assess and evaluate a variety of
decisions and possible outcomes. Understanding cause and effect relationships helps
students recognize the importance of examining the outcomes of multiple decision options
before embarking on a course of action.
PLUS, MINUS, INTERESTING (PMI)
The PMI strategy encourages students to think about many possibilities, and to explore the
positive and negative aspects of ideas or activities.

I) Describe the extracurricular activities (e.g., athletics, clubs, and organizations) that will be
offered.


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Students will have the option of participating in extracurricular clubs and athletics. Depending on
the interests of parents and students, many possibilities can be explored. In addition, students will
be offered the opportunity to participate in academic competitions and enrichment opportunities,
such as Science and Math competitions, spelling bees, and drama and speech competitions.

m) Describe any plans to partner with other public or private agencies for the provision of
student activities.

Prime Prep Academy will use the partnership of Deion Sanders, business owners, and city
leaders to assist provisions of student activities. We will also partner with local colleges and
universities for dual credit courses for secondary students. Local instructors for music, art,
foreign languages, dance, etc. will be invited to teach classes both during the school day and/or
during our after school extracurricular clubs and athletics programs



n) Describe any strategies to be used that will enhance parental or community involvement in
the educational opportunities of the students.

Prime Academy will partner with community organizations and businesses to offer additional
activities/opportunities such as athletic pursuits, internships and dual-credit courses. Prime Prep
Academy will encourage parents to be engaged and committed to student's education.

 Parents will gain insight into how their child learns, build rapport with the faculty/staff, and
obtain knowledge/resources that should enable them to be a more effective parent. When parents
take ownership of their child's education and actively participate in that education and the
school, the child will become more engaged and successful.



o) Describe plans for program evaluation and explain the ways in which results will be used to
improve instructional programs for all students.

Prime Prep Academy will review the effectiveness of the instructional programs at the end of
each semester. The Board will always be opened to suggestions and comments from parents and
will listen to comments in quarterly community town hall meetings. Meeting will allow Prime
Prep Academy to communicate his plans to the community and obtain comments and
suggestions from parents, community leaders, partner and affiliates.

p) Discuss whether or not the charter holder wilt seek annual state accountability ratings
through traditional procedures or alternative education accountability (AEA) procedures for
the proposed school. If the evaluation plans include using AEA procedures, explain
specifically how this school will qualify for at-risk designation and what makes this proposed

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school a distinct alternative from the traditional school in the independent school districts in
the area.

Prime Prep Academy will seek annual state accountability ratings through traditional procedures
by meeting the stated standards for any and all indicators that apply to the school at the time.

 6. Special Needs Students and Programs
 The CEO will sign the required special education assurance statement and will have special
education policies and procedures that comply with all federal and state requirements in place
upon opening. Upon request, the charter school will electronically submit the board approved
policies and procedures through the online Legal Framework website. The special education
policy and procedures will be developed using a variety of resources including Region 10 ESC
and special education consultants with a documented history of success. The charter school's
Board of Directors will ensure that it will comply with all state and federal requirements.

Special Education Certified Instructional Staff (appropriately certified in the State of Texas) will
be recruited and employed or contracted to provide services as required by the ARD committee
meeting for each special education eligible student. The special education endorsed teacher will
be available to develop, participate and implement the IEP. A full array of services with
appropriately certified personnel will be available as required by ARD committee decision.

Paraprofessionals who have received additional special education training with SBEC
certification may be used by the school to carry out responsibilities, supervised by the special
education certified teacher. These paraprofessionals may work individually with a student or to
provide instruction according to the lEP's of students to work with small groups of students on
tasks or in conjunction with lesson plans determined by the special education certified teacher.

Related service    personnel will be appropriately certified and/or licensed personnel providing
related services   to special education students such as physical therapy, occupational therapy,
speech therapy,    music therapy, counseling services or mobility services. They will be recruited
and contracted     to provide services on an "as-needed" basis as determined by the ARD
committee.

Assessment personnel will be appropriately certified and/or licensed to provide assessment and
evaluation services to special education students through assessment, scoring, report writing and
attendance in ARD meetings. Assessment personnel will be recruited and contracted to provide
services on an "as-needed" basis as determined by the ARD committee.

The charter school will provide a full continuum of services for students who are served through
special education according to the needs described in the student's ARD document. Services
may include the following instructional arrangements:


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       Mainstream class and/or full inclusion- The general curriculum is addressed for
       students in this setting with accommodations and/or modifications as determined by the
       ARD committee. The special education certified teacher monitors student progress and
       consults with the regular classroom teacher to ensure that academic progress is being
       made. In the event that progress is deterred, the special education teacher schedules an
       ARD committee meeting to review the student's program.

       Resource class- Students whose educational plan requires modification in the general
       curriculum are assigned to this class by the ARD committee for specific subject areas
       requiring specialty services or materials to address the student's handicapping condition.
       Students receive instruction by the certified special education teacher in this setting for
       the amount of time established in the ARD meeting.

       Content mastery- Students whose handicapping condition indicates a possible need for
       special assistance in completing assignments from the general education classroom attend
       the resource class as designated by the ARD committee. This includes administration of
       an exam orally or with open book, or other modifications that would disturb the learning
       environment of the regular classroom; it also includes provision of specialty materials or
       services that allow a special education student to be successful in the general curriculum.

       Self-contained classroom- Students whose ARD committee has determined at least 50%
       of their instructional day be served by special education staff or services receive
       instruction in the resource classroom for the appointed time of the school day.
       Additionally, several students may require more structured or one to one management,
       which is provided in the resource classroom throughout the school day, in all instances,
       and is considered their least restrictive environment as described by the ARD committee.

An incoming student's IEP will be reviewed within 30 school days. The special education
coordinator at the school will contact the previous school and records will be requested. Until
records are received a temporary ARD is scheduled and the previous school services are
replicated as deemed appropriate by the temporary ARD Committee.

Temporary goals and objectives are determined based on all available data pending receipt of
records from the previous school. A review ARD is held within 30 school days, where the most
recent FIE is reviewed by the committee and a determination of instructional setting, goals,
objectives, and accommodation/modifications is made. If the coordinator receives a FIE that is
out of date, or if it is impossible to obtain a copy of the FIE from the previous school within a 30
school day time period, the parent will be notified, consent will be obtained, notice will be
provided and the student will be re-evaluated by the school evaluation staff.

Dyslexia and Other Related Disorders



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      The charter school's Board of Directors will ensure that procedures for identifying a
      student with dyslexia or a related disorder and for providing appropriate instructional
      services to the student are implemented at the charter school.

Bilingual English as a Second Language

      The charter school's Board of Directors will ensure that procedures for identifying a
      student with Limited English Proficiency (LEP) and for providing appropriate
      instructional services to the student by a state certified ESL teacher are implemented at
      the charter school.


7. Geographic Boundary
   a) List the schools districts from which the proposed charter school will accept
      students. If the charter school will accept students from only a portion of a school
      district or districts, state, exactly what the boundary will be.


      Prime Prep Academy (proposed charter school) will accept students from the following
      list of independent school districts. (Note: Open-enrollment charters are not listed, per
      instructions).
           •     Arlington ISO
           •     Azle ISD
            •    Birdville ISD
            •    Carroll ISD
            •    Castleberry ISD
            •    Crowley ISD
            •    Eagle-Mt. Saginaw ISD
            •    Everman
            •    Fort Worth
           •     Grapevine-Cotleyville ISD
           •     Hurst-Euless-Bedford ISD
           •     Keller ISD
           •     Kennedale ISD
           •     Lake Worth ISD
           •     Mansfield ISD
           •     White Settlement ISD


   b) If the proposed charter school will have a "transfer policy" in accordance with
      19TAC, 6*100.1207(e) (i.e., it will admit students who reside outside of the
      geographic boundary have been submitted a timely application and have enrolled ,

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       list the school districts from which the proposed charter school will accept transfer
       students.
       Prime Prep Academy (proposed charter school) will not admit transfer students at this
       time.

   c) Submit, as Attachment C, the certified mail receipt cards showing the dates the
      Statement of Impact from and accompanying documents were received and signed
      for by the staff of the districts and the open enrollment charter schools within the
      proposed school's designated geographic boundary and transfer boundary, if
      applicable.
      The Statement of Impact form, Application Coversheet, and Cover Letter were sent to
      each school district and open-enrollment charter school serving students from within
      Prime Prep Academy (proposed charter school) designated geographic boundary.
       The certified mail receipts showing each addressee, fees paid, and the dates mailed are
       submitted as Attachment C.


8. Admissions and Enrollment Policies
a) Specify the period (both the beginning and ending dates) during which applications for
admission will be accepted TEC, §12.117, requires that a charter school establish a reasonable
application deadline for the submission of applications for admission. The application period
should not be "year-round" or extendfor most of the year.

Applications for admissions will be accepted beginning March 1 with an ending date of May 1.


b) Describe the procedures to be followed in conducting a lottery when a grade or class is
oversubscribed. Under federal law, a charter school must admit students through a random
selection process if the number of applications for a grade or class exceeds the number of
available spaces. If the number of applications does not exceed the number of available
spaces, a lottery is not required.
If there are more eligible applicants than available spaces in a grade level, then a lottery will be
conducted. All applications in that grade level(s) will go into a lottery system. Students, whose
names are drawn, up to ceiling limits, will be accepted. Those not drawn will be placed on a
waiting list to be admitted in the event of a vacancy.


c) If the charter school will exempt from the lottery returning students, the siblings of
returning students, and/or the children of the school's founders and teachers (so long as the
total number of students allowed constitutes only a small percentage of the total enrollment)
as permitted by the federal guidance on the Charter Schools Program, state the categories of
applicants that will be exempted. Note that students who attended a private school before it
became a public charter school are not to be considered "returning students " and may not be
given priority in admission to the charter schooL Also note that the federal guidance allows
only the siblings of currently enrolled students and children of the founders and teachers as

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long as it comprises only a small percentage of the enrollment
The charter school will exempt from the lottery returning students, the siblings of returning
students, and/or the children of the school's founders and staff as long as they only comprise a
small percentage of the enrollment.


d) Specify the approximate date on which a lottery will be conducted if required.
If a lottery is required, it will be held between June 1st and 15th.



e) State whether a waiting list will be developed for the applicants who were not admitted
through the lottery. If a waiting list will be used, describe the process.
The lottery system will be utilized until the cap is reached. The name of the students who were
not chosen in the lottery will be placed on the waiting list. When an opening becomes available,
a name will be selected by lottery, the student's guardian will be notified by a telephone cal! of
the student's selection, and the guardian will be asked to verify willingness to transfer from the
school they are attending. If the guardian or student is not willing to transfer, the next name on
the waiting list is drawn by lottery, and the process continues until a willing guardian and student
from the waiting list is willing to transfer.


J) If the school will accept applications that are submitted outside of the designated application
period, describe how the school will treat such applications.
Applications that are submitted outside of the designated application period will be subject to the
lottery process unless there are no other applicants for the available openings. When only one
applicant applies for the available opening, then the student may be admitted.


g) Provide the non-discrimination statement that will be included in the proposed school's
admissions policy. TEC, §12.111 (a)(6) requires that a charter school's admissions policy
include a statement that the school will not discriminate in admissions based on gender,
national origin, ethnicity, religion, disability, academic ability, athletic ability or artistic ability
or the district the child would otherwise attend.
Prime Prep Academy will not discriminate in admissions based on gender, national origin,
ethnicity, religion, disability, academic ability, athletic ability or artistic ability or the district the
child would otherwise attend.


h) If the proposed school will specialize in performing arts, discuss whether applicants will be
required to demonstrate artistic ability for admission to the school TEC, §12.111 (a) (6)
permits a charter school specializing in performing arts to have an admissions policy that
requires a student to demonstrate artistic ability. In addition, TEC, §12.1171 permits a charter
school specializing in one or more performing arts to require an applicant to audition for
admission to the schooL


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TAC 100.1207 has the administrative rules clarifying the statutory changes that allow a school
specializing in performing arts to hold auditions.
Prime Prep Academy will not have a performing arts specialization.


 i) State whether the school will exclude from admission students with documented histories of
 any of the types of misconduct listed in TEC, § 12.111 (6). TEC, §12.111 (a) (6) authorizes a
 charter school to exclude a student who has a documented history of a criminal offense, a
juvenile court adjudication, or discipline problems under TEC Subchapter A, Chapter 37.
 Note that TEC, §12.131 requires that the governing body of an open-enrollment charter
 school adopt a code of conduct for its district or for each campus.
Prime Prep Academy may exclude students who have a documented history of criminal offense,
juvenile court adjudication, or discipline problems under TEC Chapter 37, Subchapter A and
TEC 12.11 1 (a)(6).


j) Describe the manner in which the proposed school will admit students under TEC, §25. 001.
 What information must an applicant provide in order to establish eligibility for admission?
Note that applicants may not be required to provide transcripts or other academic records until
 after they are offered admission and are enrolling.
A completed application for admission will be legible and have the following information:
    •   Name
    •   Address (Verified by the guardian's drivers license, utility bill, or three pieces of mail in
        guardian name delivered to the address on the application).
    •   Telephone number
    • DOB
    •   Grade level
    •   Current School Name and Complete Address
    •   Immunizations and disciplinary records from previous school
    •   Parent/Guardian Printed Name and Parent/Guardian Signature


k) Describe the manner in which the proposed school will enroll students under TEC, §25.002
and 19 TAC § 129.1. What information must an enrolling student provide beyond what is
required by TEC, §25. 002? Note that a student may not be precluded from enrolling due to
the charter school's failure to receive information required by TEC §25.002.
Identification will be required within 30 days of a child's enrollment in the charter school, in
accordance with the Texas Education Code, §25.002. The charter school will request the
following documents:
        (1) Documents that are suitable for identification - Shall be defined by the commissioner
        of education.
        (2) The child's records - Include a minimum set of data and documentation established by
        the commissioner of education. The minimum set of data will include the child's social
        security number or a state-approved alternative identification number as assigned by the

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            Public Education Information Management System (PEIMS).
    However, children shall not be denied enrollment or be removed solely because they fail to meet
    the record requirements that are described above. Furthermore, students in this country under a
    bona fide exchange program are eligible to attend the charter school.



    9. Governance
    Governing Body of a Sponsoring Entity

       a)   List the members of the governing body of the sponsoring entity.

    Members of the Governing Body of the Sponsoring Entity

    There are currently five members of the Board of Directors of Uplift Fort Worth. Their notarized
    biographical affidavits are included as part of Attachment A. The following is a list of the
    members of the board:

        •   DL Wallace: CEO
        •   Erica Wilson: Secretary
        •   Carl Dorvil: COO
        •   Chazma Jones: Treasurer
        •   William M. Jackson: Director

    Prime Prep Academy is in the process of identifying additional leaders in education and the
    community to serve on the board and anticipates electing additional board members, up to the
    seven allowed in the bylaws, in the near future.

    Submit, as part of Attachment D, a notarized biographical affidavit for each member of
    governing body of the sponsoring entity.

       b) If the sponsoring entity is an out-of-state organization, state whether or not a majority
of the members of the governing body of the sponsoring entity reside within 50 miles of the
proposed charter school's designated geographic boundary.

    Uplift Fort Worth is a Texas non-profit corporation headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas. All
    Board members reside within 50 miles of the proposed charter school.

       c) Submit, as Attachment E, the 501(C)(3) determination letter from the Internal Revenue
Service (IRS) or a statement that is not necessary because the sponsoring entity is an institution of
higher education or governmental entity.

              The 501(c)(3) determination letter from the IRS is found as Attachment E.



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d) Submit, as Attachment F, the original Articles of Incorporation filed with Texas Secretary
State, or the State of Incorporation, any Restated Articles of Incorporation, and any Articles of
Amendment If Sponsoring entity has amended it original Articles of Incorporation and does
not submit both the original Articles of Incorporation and all of the documents reflecting the
amendments this attachment will be considered incomplete. If incorporated after January 1,
2006, substitute with Certificate of Formation and Certificate of Filling.

The Certificate of Formation and Certificate of Filing are provided in Attachment F.

e) Submit, as Attachment G, a complete copy (originals and any amendments) of the bylaws of
the sponsoring entity.

The bylaws for the Board of Directors of Uplift Fort Worth are included as Attachment G.

J) State the approximate date on which the sponsoring entity was incorporated or established.

Uplift Fort Worth was incorporated on October 31, 2008

g) Describe the purpose for which the sponsoring entity was incorporated or established.

Uplift Fort Worth was organized exclusively to finance, develop, operate, and manage Prime
Prep Academy. The school will serve as a model K-12 grade school that successfully prepares all
students for high school graduation and success in college.

h) Describe the activities in which the sponsoring entity has been engaged in the past and in
which it is currently engaged.

Uplift Fort Worth was established for the sole purpose of financing, developing, operating, and
managing Prime Prep Academy. Therefore, the sponsoring entity has not engaged in the past,
and is not currently engaged, in any other activities.

i) Disclose whether the entity has operated a private daycare, private school, public daycare, or
public school,

Uplift Fort Worth has not operated a private or public daycare or a private or public school.

j) Disclose whether the sponsoring entity is a religious or faith-based organization or engages
 in any activities with religious purpose.

Uplift Fort Worth is not a religious or faith-based organization and does not engage in any
activities with a religious purpose.

k) Discuss any litigation in the sponsoring entity has been involved.

Uplift Fort Worth has not been involved in any litigation.


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I) Disclose whether the sponsoring entity has been sanctioned by any state regulatory agency.

Uplift Fort Worth has not been sanctioned by any state regulatory agency.

m) Describe the initial incorporators of the sponsoring entity, including their names and
professional background.

As listed in its Certificate of Formation, the three individuals vested with the management of the
affairs of Uplift Fort Worth are the Board of Directors:

   •   DL Wallace, Business Entrepreneur
   •   William McKinley Jackson, Biblical Studies, Pastor
   •   Erica Wilson, Education (Teacher)

n) Discuss plans for further recruitment of organizers of proposed school

Uplift Fort Worth is in the process of indentifying additional leaders in education and in the
community to serve on the board and anticipates electing additional Board members, up to five
allowed in bylaws, in the near future.

o) Describe the methods to be used to inform charter school parents, students and employees
about procedures for receiving and responding to complaints.

Parents/guardians and students will receive Prime Prep Academy Student Handbook at the
beginning of the school year that includes an explanation of the procedures for receiving and
responding to complaints.

Parents/guardians and students will be required to sign and return a form acknowledging that
they have received and read the handbook. The four-level complaint process described in the
handbook will require parents/guardians and students to direct complaints or concerns initially to
the teacher-cither by phone call, email, or conference. If the complaint or concern is not
addressed by the teacher, the complaint or concern should be brought to the attention of the
principal/school director by requesting and scheduling a meeting. Most concerns can be resolved
at this level when the parent/guardian, student, and principal/school director meet to discuss and
identify solutions together. In those rare instances when concerns can't be resolved by the
principal/school director, a written complaint on a form provided by the school should be
referred to the superintendent with a request for a meeting. Concerns/complaints not resolved by
the superintendent can be presented to the Board of Directors of Uplift Fort Worth upon written
request at the Board's next scheduled meeting.

p) Describe the following elements of the governance structure of governing body of the
sponsoring entity.




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1. Officer positions designated: The officers of the Board of Directors of Uplift Fort Worth are
President: DL Wallace, Secretary: Erica Wilson and Treasurer: William McKinley Jackson. At
the discretion of the Board of Directors, other officers may be appointed.

2. Manner in which officers are selected and removed from office: The Board of Directors elect
or appoint a President and Secretary or other officers deemed to be necessary. Any officer
elected or appointed by the Board of Directors can be removed by the Board of Directors at any
time, with or without cause.

A director may be removed from office with just cause by unanimous vote of the remaining
Board of Directors. Any officer may resign at anytime by giving written notice to the Board of
Directors. Any such resignation shall take effect at the date of the receipt of such notice or at a
later date specified therein, and, unless otherwise specified therein, the acceptance of such
resignation shall not be necessary to make it effective.

3. Manner in which members of the Board of Directors are selected and removed from office:
The number of directors will be at least three and not greater than seven. Directors may nominate
a person to serve on the Board of Directors with the second of any other director. A person who
meets the qualifications for director and who has been duly nominated may be elected by a vote
of the board. Any director may be removed without cause, at any time, by a majority of the
Board of Directors, at a regular or special meeting called for that purpose.

4. Manner in which vacancies on the Board of Directors are filled: The board will fill the
unexpired portion of a director's term by the affirmative vote of the majority of the remaining
directors or sole remaining director, even if it is a vote of less than a quorum of the board. The
director elected to fill a vacancy is elected for the unexpired term of his or her predecessor.

5. Term for which members of the Board of Directors serve: A member of the board is elected
for a term of three years. A director may be elected to succeed himself or herself.

6. Whether the terms are to be staggered: The board members' terms are not staggered.

Governing Body of the Charter School

q) If the governing body of the charter school exists, list the members

Uplift Fort Worth will not have a separate school governing body.

r) If the governing body of the charter school exists, describe the powers or duties delegated to
it by the governing body of the charter holder.

Uplift Fort Worth will not have a separate school governing body.

s) Describe the following elements of the governance structure of the governing body of the
charter school:

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Uplift Fort Worth will not have a separate school governing body.

Other Governance

t) Describe the extent to which any private entity, including any management company, other
nonprofit group, other governmental agency and/or any other educational organization will be
involved in operation of the charter school. Indentify any members of the governing Board or
offices of the charter school who are affiliated with all such entities.

No private entity, including any management company, other nonprofit group, other
governmental agency and/or any other educational organization, will be involved in the
operation of the charter school.

10. Human Resources Information
                    a) Submit, as Attachment H, the sponsoring entity's organizational
   chart.
       Uplift Fort Worth (Sponsoring Entity) Organization Chart is found in Attachment H.

                   b) Describe how the charter holder board will maintain responsibility
   for oversight of:
        Successful schools typically have no greater amounts of time or resources than those
       rated low performing, but the difference is how time, focus, and structure are used. The
       administrators of the Prime Prep Academy will be held accountable to the Board, and the
        Board to the Texas Education Agency, for the indicators listed below:
Indicator              Responsibilities                                   Evaluation Domain
1) Student and         Superintendent:                                    Instructional
    school             Will provide charter school reports to the Board   management; school
    performance        of Directors for review. Sufficient progress must  or organization
                       be noted each year for the Board of Directors to   improvement; AE1S
                       find a favorable review.                           and campus
                                                                          performance
                       Principal:                                         objectives; student
                       The Board of Directors will review charter school performance
                       and campus reports to determine the effectiveness
                       of instructional practices. These indicators shall
                       include TAKS results, TPRI improvement, and
                       pre and post testing on the SAT- 1 0.

                       Business Manager/Financial Officer:
                       N/A
2) Management          Superintendent:                                     Management of
   and                 Parental and Teacher satisfaction surveys will be   administrative, fiscal
   administrative      conducted annually for the first three years.       and facilities;
   practices           Survey results will be reported to the Board of     personnel
                       Directors. Elements to be included in surveys are   management; school

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                   facility management, instructional practices,          or organization
                   reporting progress, discipline, communication,         morale
                   and safety. Responses will be considered during
                   annual review.

                   Principal:
                   Parental and Teacher satisfaction surveys will be
                   conducted annually for the first three years.
                   Survey results will be reported to the Board of
                   Directors. Elements to be included in surveys are
                   facility management, instructional practices,
                   reporting progress, discipline, communication,
                   and safety. Responses will be considered during
                   annual review.

                   Business.Manager/Financial Officer:
                   Teacher surveys will be conducted and reviewed
                   by the Superintendent for the first three years.
                   Results will be reported to the Board of Directors.
                   Elements of the survey will include timely
                   processing of purchase orders, accurate and on-
                   time payroll, and instructional materials available,
                   as requested. Responses will be considered
                   during the annual review.
3) Student         Superintendent:                                        Management of
   Attendance,     Will review and certify attendance data each six       administrative, fiscal
   Accounting      weeks and report results bi-annually to the Board      and facilities
   Reporting       of Directors regarding accuracy. Inaccurate
   Requirements    reports submitted to TEA each six weeks will be
                   considered during the annual evaluation.

                   Principal:
                   Will review attendance submitted by the
                   attendance staff each six weeks. After review, his
                   signature will certify the accuracy of the data to
                   be submitted to the Superintendent.

                   Business Manager/Financial Officer:
                   Will prepare and submit attendance data each six
                   weeks and report results to the Superintendent.
                   Inaccurate reports submitted to TEA each six
                   weeks will be considered during the annual
                   evaluation.
4) Compliance      Superintendent:                                        Management of
   with GAAP and   Will be responsible to hire or contract with an        administrative, fiscal
   generally       experienced school accountant who has                  facilities
   accepted        knowledge of the Financial Account Resource
   standards of    Handbook, Charter School Chart of Accounts,
   fiscal          budgeting, and financial reporting to be submitted
   management      to the Board of Directors, Accountability will be


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                     evidenced by the financial reports provided to the
                     Board of Directors and reflected in the
                     Superintendent's annual review.

                     Principal:
                     Will provide the campus staff a structure for
                     purchasing supplies and materials through
                     purchase order requests. His/Her signature will be
                     required on all PO's to ensure adequate tracking
                     of fund requests. Submission of weekly time
                     sheets for campus staff will be required for
                     continued employment. The principal will
                     present all POs to the superintendent for approval.
                     Should the principal maintain appropriate logs
                     and balance, receipts with cash available each
                     month to the financial manager.

                     Business Manager/Financial Officer:
                     Will utilize, maintain, and prepare financial
                     documents that are in accordance with GASB 34
                     and the defined state accountability system for
                     charter schools. His/her signature on documents
                     submitted to the board and to the state will signify
                     accuracy and ethical reporting of information.
                     Accountability will be evidenced by the financial
                     reports provided to the Board of Directors and
                     reflected in the Business Manager/Financial
                     Officer's annual review. The AEIS rating
                     regarding financial reporting will also be
                     considered each year as a dependent factor on
                     continued employment.
5) Compliance        Superintendent:                                        Instructional
   with special      a) Provide policies and procedures to the Board        management of school
   education and         of Directors for approval.
   bilingual/        b) Budget for and hire certified staff to provide
   English as a          services.
   second language   c) Budget for professional development for all
   (BE/ESL)              teachers.
   program
   requirements      Principal:
                     a) Establish the participants of the ARD
                         committee.
                     b) Provide for professional development
                         activities for all teachers.
                     c) Implement service for identified special
                         education students.
                     d) Participate in program evaluations.
                     e) Evaluate special education instructional staff.
                     f) Review TAKS, SDAA, and LDAA to
                         determine efficiency and effectiveness of


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                        program implementation.

                     Business Manager/Financial Officer:
                     a) Expend 85% of designated funds for direct
                        services for students.
                     b) Code revenues and expenditures with
                        appropriate program intent codes.
                     c) Report revenues and expenditures accurately
                        to PETMS.
                     d) Retain documentation for external auditor.

6) Financial         Superintendent:                                      Management of
   accounting        Will ensure that Business Manager's report(s)        administrative, fiscal,
   reporting         include all necessary information and are            and facilities
   requirements,     submitted within acceptable timelines.
   including grant
   reporting         Principal:
   requirements      Code purchase orders requesting funds to
                     appropriate funding codes.

                     Business Manager/Financial Officer:
                     Will provide a calendar to the Superintendent that
                     includes all grant expenditures requirements to be
                     reported to the Board of Directors. The Business
                     Manager/Financial Officer will also be held
                     accountable for the results of the external audit.
                     Exceptions noted by external auditor will be
                     reported to the Board of Directors and the
                     Superintendent and will be considered during the
                     annual review.
7) Reporting         Superintendent:                                      Management of
   requirements,     Will be held accountable for certifying the PEIMS    administrative, fiscal,
   including those   data for the charter school after each submission    and facilities
   through PEIMS     and submitting Edit+ reports to the Board of
                     Directors.

                     Principal:
                     Will be held accountable for certifying the PETMS
                     data for the charter school after each submission
                     and submitting Edit+ reports to the
                     Superintendent for review.

                     Business Manager/Financial Officer:
                     Will submit board-approved budgets to the
                     PEIMS coordinator for the Fall submission and
                     actual for the Spring submission. Fatal and
                     warnings will be corrected to ensure accuracy in
                     reporting. The Superintendent will review the
                     reports generated by Edit+ after each submission
                     for timeliness and accuracy. The information will


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                       be considered during the annual review for the
                       charter school after each submission and
                       submitting Edit+ reports to the Superintendent.
   (7. cont'd)         Superintendent:                                       Management of
   Other TEA           All charter school reports will be the                administrative, fiscal,
   reporting           responsibility of the Superintendent. Failure to      and facilities
   requirements        respond in a timely fashion will be addressed
                       during the evaluation process conducted annually
                       by the Board of Directors.

                       Principal:
                       All campus reports will be the responsibility of
                       the principal. Failure to respond in a timely
                       fashion will be addressed during the evaluation
                       process conducted by the Superintendent.
                       Personnel reviews and notices of need for
                       improvement will be considered during this
                       process.

                       Business Manager/Financial Officer:
                       All charter school reports will be the
                       responsibility of the Business Manager. Failure to
                       respond in a timely fashion will be addressed
                       during the evaluation process conducted annually
                       by the Superintendent.
8) Reporting           Superintendent:                                       AEIS and campus
   annual school       Will be responsible for providing AE1S                performance
   and student         information to the Board of Directors to              objectives; school or
   performance to      disseminate information.                              community relations
   students,
   parents and the     Principal:
   public              After the AE1S is approved for dissemination by
                       the Board of Directors, the school will provide a
                       copy of the school's report card to every parent
                       with 30-days of board approval.

                       Business Manager/Financial Officer:
                       N/A
9) Distributing to     Superintendent:                                       Personnel
   parents             Will ensure accurate annual reports regarding         management
   in formation        professional staff qualifications and notifications
   related to the      according to TEC 12.130 are distributed in a
   qualifications of   timely manner.
   each teacher of
   the program,        Principal:
   including any       Will be responsible for disseminating accurate
   professional or     information regarding qualifications of each
   educational         professional employee to parents annually within
   degree held by      the first six weeks of school. The report to the
   each teacher, a     parents will include the name of the professional


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   statement of any and a list of educational degrees, certification, and
   certification    qualifications. If an employee is found to be
   under            inappropriately certified or uncertified as defined
   Subchapter B,    by Chapter 21, Subchapter B, Section 057 and is
   Chapter 21,hold assigned to a classroom for more than 30
   by each teacher consecutive days, written notification will be
   , and any        delivered to each parent or guardian of each
   relevant         student enrolled in that classroom.
   experience of
   each teacher.    Business Manager/Financial Officer:
                    N/A


       c)     Submit, as part of Attachment D, a notarized biographical affidavit for each
              school officer.
       A notarized biographical affidavit has been prepared for each school officer and is
       included as Attachment D,

       d)      Submit as Attachment I, a Supplemental Human Resources Information
               Form for each officer position.
       The form has been prepared for each officer position and is included as Attachment I.

       e)      Describe professional development opportunities that will be offered to
               school officers.
       Professional development opportunities will be offered to all school officers according to
       state statute and identified local needs. At a minimum, all school officers will comply
       with the training required in 19 TAG §§100.1103-100.1105 for their respective positions.
       Professional development curriculum will be provided by a TEA Certified Trainer.
       Additionally, the charter school will take advantage of all training that is offered by the
       Charter School Resource Center, the Education Service Center, and other opportunities
       that will advance knowledge and skills in the identified areas.
       The Principal and/or other designated school officers will obtain American Red Cross
       training and certification for first aid, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), and
       automated external defibrillation (AED).

       f)      Explain the method(S) and timelines that will be used to evaluate school
               officers; designate the responsible party for evaluations.
       All administrative personnel will be evaluated in accordance with provisions of Chapter
       150, Subchapter BB, Texas Education Code, §21.354 and §39.054. The domains and
       descriptors used to evaluate each administrator in a school district will include the
       following.
               •       Instructional management. The administrator promotes improvement of
                       instruction through activities such as the following: monitoring student
                       achievement and attendance; diagnosing student needs; helping teachers


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                   design learning experiences for students; encouraging the development
                   and piloting of innovative instructional programs; and facilitating the
                   planning and application of emerging technologies in the classroom.
             •     School or organization morale. The administrator fosters a positive
                   school or organization morale through activities such as the following:
                   assessing and planning improvement of the school, school district, or
                   community environment; reinforcing excellence; promoting a positive,
                   caring climate of learning; and using effective communication skills.
             •     School or organization improvement. The administrator promotes
                   leadership in efforts to improve the school or organization through
                   activities such as the following: collaborating in the development and
                   articulation of a common vision of improvement; encouraging appropriate
                   risk-taking; and ensuring continuous renewal of curriculum, policies, and
                   methods.
             •     Personnel management. The administrator manages personnel
                   effectively through activities such as the following: delegating
                   appropriately; recognizing exemplary performance of teachers and staff;
                   encouraging personal and professional growth and leadership among the
                   staff; complying with applicable personnel policies and rules; securing the
                   necessary personnel resources to meet objectives; and evaluating the job
                   performance of assigned personnel.
             •     Management of administrative, fiscal, and facilities functions. The
                   administrator manages administrative, fiscal, and facilities functions
                   responsibly through activities such as the following: obtaining Board-
                   based input for fiscal or financial analysis; compiling reasonable budgets
                   and cost estimates; ensuring that facilities are maintained and upgraded as
                   necessary; and managing a Board range of school operations (for example,
                   attendance, accounting, payroll, transportation).
             •      Student management. The administrator promotes positive student
                   conduct through activities such as the following: helping students develop
                   a sense of self-worth; developing and communicating guidelines for
                   student conduct; ensuring rules are observed uniformly; disciplining
                   students for misconduct in an effective and fair manner; supporting
                   collaboration by working with faculty; and encouraging the participation
                   of students and parents.
             •     School or community relations. The administrator promotes a positive
                   tone for school or community relations through activities such as the
                   following: fostering collaborative educational efforts among members of
                   the total school community; articulating the school mission and needs to
                   the community; seeking support for school programs; and involving
                   himself or herself in community activities that foster rapport between the
                   school district and the larger community.
             •     Professional growth and development. The administrator provides
                   leadership in professional growth and development through activities such

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                     as the following: participating actively in professional associations;
                     conducting himself or herself in an ethical and professional manner;
                     disseminating ideas and information to other professionals; and seeking
                     and using evaluative information for improvement of performance.
             •       Academic excellence indicators and campus performance objectives.
             •       School board relations. The superintendent promotes and supports a
                     positive relationship with the school district board of trustees through
                     activities such as the following: meeting the board's needs for information;
                     interacting with board members in an ethical, sensitive, and professional
                     manner; demonstrating competence in written and verbal communications
                     to the board; and recommending policies to the board to enhance teaching
                     and learning.
      These domains will be organized into an evaluation system that draws on practices in
      business, such as the balanced scorecard approach and those outlined in the Malcolm
      Baldrige Criteria for Performance Excellence. All administrative staff will meet with
      their supervisors at the beginning of the year to set performance objectives for each
      established domain, and will meet twice during the year to assess progress in meeting
      those objectives.

      g)     Submit as Attachment I, a Supplemental Human Resource Information
             Form for all teachers and other instructional staff positions.
      The form has been prepared for each officer position and is included as Attachment I.

      h)       Explain the manner in which the school will distribute to parents
               information related to the qualifications of each teacher, including any
               degrees or certifications held and any relevant experience.
      As required in Texas Education Code §12.130, the school will notify each parent or
      guardian about the qualifications of each teacher employed by the school, including
      degrees, certifications held, and other relevant experience. Written biographical sketches
      of all teachers will be sent home to all parents and guardians at the beginning of school
      and when there is a staff change. Parents and guardians will be required to return a signed
      form acknowledging receipt of the information. These biographical sketches will also be
      posted on the school's web site and available by request to anyone in the community.
      Personnel records will be maintained in the Superintendent's office so that requests for
      teacher qualifications can be published annually.

      i)     Describe professional development opportunities that will be offered to
              teachers and other instructional staff.
      Education staff members will be required to attend professional development activities
      designed to meet the needs of the staff as curriculum is developed and as additional skills
      are needed to serve the student body. Staff will evaluate these sessions for effectiveness,
      and the results of these evaluations will provide the basis for designing professional
      development activities. The budget provides for contractual resources and supplies for
      staff development. The school will encourage staff members to make recommendations
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      for future development areas: developmental!y appropriate practices. 5E Model of
      Instruction, integration of technology into curriculum and instruction, conflict resolution
      and parent conferences, violence prevention, and curriculum development.
      Region X Education Service Center (ESC) and other experts will provide professional
      development on TEKS-based foundation and enrichment curriculum. The ESC will
      provide workshops, consultation, materials, and expertise in a variety of areas. Every
      teacher will be given the opportunity to attend at least one workshop or conference off-
      campus, with selected staff members attending the annual charter school conference.
      Administrative staff will be given the opportunity to participate in leadership and
      supervision workshops and/or conferences. Staff members at all levels will be expected
      to share their new knowledge with each other at subsequent staff meetings.
      The following chart will guide the professional development topics of the charter school.
      However, staff must have input into the types of training that are conducted. Therefore,
      the school will provide mandatory training as defined by statute, but will accommodate
      its instructional staffs needs, as well. Please note that the total duration of each topic may
      not be in a setting that is in a large group format, but may include individual study groups
      or small group settings. Staff development may be determined by investments of the
      individual in college education courses that will be included in the final evaluation of the
      professional development.


           Topic                                                    Duration    Years
           The Charter                                              4 hours     1,2,3,4,5

           5E Model of Instruction                                  4 hours     1,2,3,4,5

           Shared Decision Making                                   8 hours     1,2,3,4,5

           Special Populations                                      1 0 hours   1,2,3,4,5

           Student Assessment (Data         Driven   Instruction,   8 hours     1,2,3,4,5
           Benchmarking)
           Emergency and Disaster Plans                             1 hour      1,3,5

           Campus Improvement Plans                                 40 hours    1,3,5

           Technology and Its Use                                   8 hours     1,2,3,4,5

           Classroom Management                                     8 hours     1,2,3,4,5

           Successful Strategies and Methods (Learning Styles, 8 hours          1,2,3,4,5
           Multiple Intelligences, etc.)
           Continuing-education (Seeking certification      or Ongoing          1,2,3,4,5
           additional skills)
           Safe and Drug Free Schools                          Ongoing          1,2,3,4,5


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           Evaluating Program Success                          8 hours     1,2,3,4,5

           Curriculum Alignment and Delivery (TEKS)            40 Hours   1,2,3,4,5



      j)       Explain the method(s) and timelines that will be used to evaluate teachers
               and other instructional staff. Designate the responsible party for the
               evaluations.
      A modified Professional Development and Appraisal System (PDAS) recommended by
      the Texas Education Commissioner will be used to evaluate teachers. The PDAS
      appraisal framework is considered especially appropriate for teachers because the PDAS
      criteria acknowledge Board-based tasks that teachers routinely perform that go beyond
      classroom teaching. The PDAS is not, however, intended to evaluate staff other than
      teachers. Professional staff such as speech pathologists, librarians, and counselors will
      not be evaluated under the PDAS (unless these positions also involve instruction). Non-
      teaching, administrative staff members will be evaluated in accordance with provisions of
      Subchapter BB issued under the Texas Education Code, §21.354 and §39.054, and the
      commissioner's recommended or established standards under the Code.
      Each teacher will be appraised each school year. Whenever possible, an appraisal will be
      based on the teacher's performance in fields and teaching assignments for which he or she
      is certified.
      Domains of the PDAS instrument for teacher evaluation include:
             •       Domain I: Active, Successful Student Participation in the Learning
                     Process lit Domain II: Learner-Centered Instruction
             •       Domain 111: Evaluation and Feedback on Student Progress
             •       Domain IV: Management of Student Discipline, Instructional Strategies,
                     Time, and Materials lit Domain V: Professional Communication
             •       Domain VI: Professional Development
             •       Domain VII: Compliance With Policies, Operating Procedures and
                     Requirements
             •       Domain VIII: Improvement of Academic Performance of All Students On
                     The Campus (Based on Indicators included in the AEIS)

      k)     Submit as Attachment I, a Supplemental Human Resource Information
             Form for the PEMIS coordinator, the student attendance staff position.
      The form has been prepared and is included as Attachment I.

      1)      Describe professional development opportunities that will be offered to the
              PEIMS coordinator, student attendance staff, and any other stuff not already
              addressed.
      In the section, Professional Development Opportunities for School Officers, it is noted
      that the business manager will receive training from the Region 10 Education Service

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       Center for PEIMS coordinators and on the Student Attendance Accounting Handbook.
       When the school grows to include the high school grade levels and a full-time PEIMS
       and student attendance coordinator is hired, that individual will receive the same training
       from Region 10.
       Designated administrative personnel will obtain American Red Cross training and
       certification for first aid, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), and automated external
       defoliation (AED).
       Administrative personnel will also be given opportunities to pursue continuing education
       to enhance their professional knowledge. Examples of potential classes are: Visual
       Communication and Desktop Publishing; and Computer Applications. The school will
       reimburse administrative staff for continuing education expenses if the classes are part of
       the personal growth plan agreed to by the principal/school director and employee during
       the employee's annual evaluation.

       m)     Explain the method(S) and timelines that will be used to evaluate the PEIMS
              coordinator, student attendance staff, and any other staff not already
              addressed.
       The business manager, who will handle all PEIMS and student attendance duties, will be
       evaluated in the same manner as other school officers.
       The evaluation process for administrative personnel will be based on the responsibilities
       of their job and the professionalism and timeliness shown in performing the duties. The
       principal/school director will meet with administrative staff at the beginning of each year
       to establish performance objectives for the year and collaborate on a personal growth
       plan. They will meet again at the end of the year to determine if the performance
       objectives have been met. However, administrative personnel are evaluated every day by
       the principal/school director and can be terminated at any time for non-performance.

11. Business Plan
Financial History of Sponsoring Entity

  a)   Discuss the sources of funding used by the sponsoring entity to start up its operations.

  Uplift Fort Worth was incorporated in October 2008 for the sole purpose of financing,
  developing, operating and managing the Prime Prep Academy. Therefore, the source of
  funding for start-up of the Prime Prep Academy will be the same as projected in the start-up
  budget. The total projected amount of the start-up funding is $250,000. The start-up funding
  will come from. The Prime Prep Academy has secured relationships with corporate sponsors'
  local business leaders, and other public figures to secure estimated and/or actual start-up
  monies required to operate the charter school. This includes a $100,000 pledge from Pinnacle
  Commercial Property Group, a, recognized commercial real estate company in Fort Worth,
  Texas in addition to several corporate pledges that range in amounts of $5000 to $25,000.


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          b)   Discuss the current assets of sponsoring entity.

          Uplift Fort Worth was incorporated in October 2008 for the sole purpose of financing,
          developing, operating and managing the Prime Prep Academy. Uplift Fort Worth has no
          current assets. If the charter application is approved, the expected assets for fiscal year 2009
          for Uplift Fort Worth will be the same as the projected revenue indentified in the school's
          start-up budget. The total projected amount of start-up revenue is between $100,000 -
          $250,000.

          c)   Discuss the current liabilities of the sponsoring entity,

          Uplift Fort Worth was incorporated in October 2008 for the sole purpose of financing,
          developing, operating and managing the Prime Prep Academy. Uplift Fort Worth has no
          current assets. If the charter application is approved, the expected assets for fiscal year 2009
          for Uplift Fort Worth will be the same as the projected revenue indentified in the school's
          start-up budget. The total projected amount of start-up revenue is $250,000.

        d) Disclose any liens, litigation history, and/or any sanctions from any local, state, and/or
federal regulatory agency against the sponsoring entity.

     Uplift Fort Worth does not have any liens, has not been involved in any litigation, and has not
     been sanctioned by any state regulatory agency.

          e)   State the names of any open-enrollment charters already held by the sponsoring
entity.

     Uplift Fort Worth does not hold any open-enrollment charters at the present time.

      f) Submit, as Attachment J, a copy of the most recent audit report If an audit report is
unavailable, please provide one of the following:
          1. An unaudited statement of financial position
          2. An unaudited statement of activities, and
          3. An unaudited statement of cash flows (The unaudited financials must include a
               notarized acknowledgment by the chief executive officer and chief financial officer
               of the sponsoring entity attesting to accuracy and completeness of the information
              provided,)

     The unaudited statement of financial position, unaudited statement of activities, and unaudited
     statement of cash flows report statements for Uplift Fort Worth can be found in Attachment J.

          g)   Submit, as Attachment K, a credit report of the sponsoring entity.

          A copy of the credit report for Uplift Fort Worth can be found in Attachment K.


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       h) Submit, as Attachment L, a copy of the most recent filed (IRS) form 990.

    The IRS Form 990 for the proposed school is submitted as Attachment L.

    Current Operations of Sponsoring Entity

         i) If non-charter programs are currently operated by sponsoring entity, describe how, or
if, these non-profit charter programs will relate to the charter school,

    Uplift Fort Worth does not currently operate any non-charter programs.

       j) If there are plans to begin operating any non charter programs4 within the next two
years, describe whether these non-charter programs will relate to the charter school.

    Uplift Fort Worth has no plans to begin operating any non-charter program within the next two
    years.

       k) If there are plans to begin operating any non-charter programs within the two years,
discuss the physical location of the programs. Describe how the charter school will maintain
separate administrative, business, financial, payroll, personnel and other records.

    The Prime Prep Academy has no plans to begin operating any non-charter program within the
    next two years.

    Start Up of Charter School Operations

       I) Provide a statement describing the projected amounts of start-up funding. The
statement must identify the amount of each source of funds and the specific source of funding.

    The projected amount of start-up funding for Prime Prep Academy comes from the start-up
    funding.. The Prime Prep Academy has secured relationships with corporate sponsors' local
    business leaders, and other public figures to secure estimated and/or actual start-up monies
    required to operate the charter school. This includes a $100,000 pledge from Pinnacle
    Commercial Property Group, a, recognized commercial real estate company in Fort Worth,
    Texas in addition to several corporate pledges that range in amounts of $5000 to $25,000.
    Therefore, the total projected amount of start-up funding from $100,000- $250,000.

           The funds to be secured by the school will be used for the following purposes:

             •   Providing staff for planning and implementation of the new school
             •   Purchasing instructional supplies and materials
             •   Purchase curriculum software that is aligned with TEKS
             •   Securing PEIMS and financial software and equipment
             •   Contracting with individuals that will set up special education programs, finance,
                 and administration services

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       m) Submit, as Attachment, documentation (Le. letters of credit, letters from donors, loan
agreements, notice of grant awards, etc.) verifying all nongovernmental sources of funding. Letters
of support for proposed school should not be included in Attachment M.

       Uplift Fort Worth has submitted a statement regarding sources of funding as Attachment M.

       n) Describe the process by which the annual budget of the charter school will be adopted.

    On or before July 31st of each school year, the Superintendent/CEO/CFO shall prepare, or cause
    to be prepared, a proposed budget covering all estimated revenue and proposed expenditures of
    the Charter School for the following fiscal year. The Board may establish a committee to work
    with the Superintendent to prepare the budget. The budget must be prepared according to
    generally accepted accounting principles; rules adopted by the State Board of Education, and
    adopted policies of the Board of Directors.

         •   Records and Reports.
         •   The Superintendent/CEO shall ensure that records are kept and that copies of all
             budgets, all forms, and all other reports are filed on behalf of the Charter School at 3the
             proper times and in the proper offices.
         •   Budget Meeting Budget Adoption.
         •   When the budget has been prepared under Section 44.002, the president shall call a
             meeting of the Board of Directors, stating that the purpose of the meeting is the
             adoption of a budget for the succeeding fiscal year 3.
         •   The President shall provide for the public notice to be given.
         •   The Board, at the meeting called for that purpose, shall adopt a budget to cover all
             expenditures for the Charter School for the next succeeding fiscal year. Any constituent
             of the Charter School may be present and participate in the hearing.
         •   Filing of Adopted Budget.

         The budget will be filed with TEA within 90 days of adoption.

             •   Effect of Adopted Budget; Amendments.

       o) Submit, as Attachment N, a start-up Budget.

    The start-up budget for the proposed school is submitted as Attachment N. It has been prepared
    using the template required for the application.

    p) Submit, as Attachment O, a budgetfor the first year of operations.

    Budgets for the first, second and third year of operations are offered as Attachment O. Second
    and third year budgets were prepared because the school will escalate enrollment, starting with



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sixth grade in year one, sixth and seventh grade in year two, and sixth, seventh and eighth grade
in year three. They have been prepared using the template required for the application.

Management Company and Other Contracted Services

q) Describe the manner in which an annual audit of the financial and programmatic
operations of the program is to be conducted.

A search will be conducted by Superintendent regarding qualified firms that have experience
with charter and public schools as well as the appropriate qualifications and recommendations.
The superintendent will present at least three proposals to the Board of Directors for approval
and make recommendations based upon review. This process will begin in January and will
conclude in March. A contract will be issued to the Board-approved firm in June to conduct the
financial and programmatic operation audit for the fiscal year ending on July 31 s .

Upon the acceptance or continuation of an audit engagement by an independent auditor, the
terms of the engagement must be established. These terms may be expressed by independent
auditor in an engagement letter addressed to the Board of trustees. The engagement letter
outlines the scope of the audit engagement and should include the following components:

        •   A description of financial statements to be audited (e.g., general purpose financial
            statements, separate statements of component units, individual funds, or combining
            statements)
        •   A description of the audit services to be provided (e.g. financial and/or single audits)
        •   A description of the reports to be issued (e.g.; auditors' opinion on general purpose
            financial statements, reports, on internal controls and compliance with laws and
            regulations as required for a Single audit.)
        •   A statement that the audit will be conducted according to GAAS.
        •   A statement that the audit will be conducted according to GAAS, if the auditor is
            expected to meet this requirement.
        •   If a single audit is required, a statement should also be included that the audit will be
            conducted in accordance with GAAS, the Single Audit Act Amendments of 1996,
            and the provisions of OMB Circular A-133, Audits of States, Local Governments:
            and Non-Profit Organizations
        •   A brief general description of the audit procedures
        •   A statement regarding the concept of reasonable assurance (that the auditor will not
            perform a detailed examination of all transactions, financial or single audit, therefore
            there is a risk that material errors, irregularities, or illegal acts, including fraud or
            defalcations, may exist and not be detected by the auditor)
        •   Management's responsibility for the financial statements
        •   Extents of client assistance for the audits


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         •   Other communications arising from the audit (e.g., reportable conditions,
             irregularities and illegal acts, other internal control or efficiency comments and
             recommendations)
         •   Audit timing and deadlines
         •   Audit Fees
         •   A client- signed acknowledgment of engagement letter

Once the terms of the engagement have been established and an engagement letter has been
acknowledge and signed by the charter school, the independent auditor may begin the audit
process.

The audit is a methodical examination of financial records which concludes with a public report
of the findings. The purpose of a financial audit is to determine whether the financial statements
are free of material misstatements. The audit generally includes an examination of evidence
supporting the amounts and disclosures in the financial statements prepared by the charter
school. The audit also includes assessing the accounting principles used and Significant
estimates made by management.

As part of the audit, the auditor considers internal control. The auditor is required to obtain an
understanding of internal control by performing procedures to understand the design controls
relevant to an audit of financial statements and to federal financial assistance, and to assess
whether the controls are operational.

To be able to conduct a successful audit, the auditor must have access to various financial and in
some instances non-financial records and documents maintained by the charter school.

Preparation for the annual audit by a charter school should begin with the preparation and
adoption of the budget and continue throughout the year. A listing of suggested schedules and
documents that should be prepared, collected and provided to auditors that may enhance the
performance of the annual audit includes:

     •   Copies of the budget and amendments as adopted
     •   Copies of the minutes of each Board meeting and monthly financial statements
     •   Copies of an organizational chart showing lines of responsibility
     •   Copies of the of the charter school's flow chart documents
     •   Copies of bank reconciliations for each bank account
     •   List of all depositors and their addresses, including bank account numbers and account
         names
     •   List of all investment transactions by fiind for the year
     •   List of outstanding encumbrances which were closed out and included in the list
         succeeding budget


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        •    Schedule of insurance in effect which should include names of companies, type of
             coverage, inclusive dates, of the policies, and total cost per policy
        •    Reconciliation of payrolls and related accounts such as payroll taxes and retirement
             deductions
        •    Copies of new bond issues and details of bond sales consummated
        •    Copies of teacher agreements and leave schedules if appropriate
        •    Copies of lease agreements
        •    Copies of trail balances and, if possible, the financial statements, footnote disclosures
             and combining schedules
        •    Copies of the prior year audit report and other audit reports prepared by the internal
             auditors or other government auditors/agencies

In addition to the listed items, the charter school should make available to the auditor schedules
prepared to support the financial statements or notes to the financial statement amounts. Charter
schools should supply other information that may be requested by the auditor.

r) Indentify any organization^) and/or individuals) that will provide financial accounting,
payroll, and/or tax accounting services for the proposed charter schools.

During the first year, the organization will contract with CPA Firm or Region 10 ESC to provide
accounting services including:

    •       Preparing monthly compilation reports, including statement of financial position,
            statement of activities, statement of functional expenses, and statement of cash flows;
    •       Recording all cash and cash related transactions in the general ledger of the Board-
            adopted software and will train the school staff to use the proper coding process to ensure
            proper accounting codes required by TEA are used;
    •        Preparing and recording adjusted journal entries as needed
    •       Preparing fixed asset reports and calculate depreciation
   •        Preparing monthly bank reconciliations
   •        Processing payroll transactions, preparing monthly payroll accounting entries, and related
            compliance reports (i.e. Teacher Retirement System (TRS), Internal Revenue Service
            (IRS), and Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) reports.

  By outsourcing the financial needs for the first year, the school has the ability to retain a CPA
to assist in setting up the financial records correctly and will benefit from instruction at the same
time, creating a strong foundation for the charter school.

s) Discuss the qualifications of the organization^) and/or individuals). Include a list of any
current or former clients that were charter schools.



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The charter school will explore using services provided by Region 10 RES and additional
options such as CPA firms who have benefited charter schools by setting up their chart of
accounts and establishing financial policies and procedures as well as appropriate internal
controls.

t) Submit, as Attachment P, a copy of the negotiated service agreements) with any
organization^) and/or individuals) that will provide financial accounting, payroll, and/or tax
accounting services for the proposed charter school.

The charter school has not chosen an organization and/or individual that will provide financial
accounting, payroll, and/or tax accounting services at this time. However, the charter school will
continue to research and will locate this service before the school is open. The selection will be
reported to TEA upon Board approval. This statement is included in Attachment P.

u) Indicate whether the charter holder will adopt the provisions of the Texas Education Code
(TEC), Chapter 44, Subchapter B, as the process for awarding a contract for the construction,
repair, or renovation of a structure, road, highway, or other improvement or addition to real
property. If so, the provisions of TEC, Chapter 44, Subchapter B, will control on lieu of
Subchapter B, Chapter 271, Texas Local Government Code.

The charter holder will adopt the provisions of Texas Education Code, Chapter 44, and
Subchapter B, as the process for awarding a contract for the construction, repair, or renovation of
a structure, road, highway, or other improvement or addition to real property.

Financial Accounting System

v) Indentify and discuss the capabilities of the financial accounting software (i.e., the complete
name of the software application and the software version) that the proposed charter school
will use.

The Board of the spooning entity is evaluating software packages that will enable the charter to
keep financial records in good order, in accordance with GAAP, and in compliance with PEIMS
reporting requirements. Further, the software must be fully capable of meeting the requirements
outlined in the TEA prepared documents: Financial Accounting Systems Resource Guides" and
the "Special Supplement to Financial Accounting and Reporting".

The Board's preference is to indentify an interoperable software system that handles both (A)
financial data collection, management, and reporting and (B) student data collection,
management, and reporting. However, the Board will consider systems offering only financial
management software or offering only student data management software, but these products are
not preferred; for those offering only financial management software, the extent to which the
software interfaces or integrates with other student management software for the purposes of
efficient school operations and for accurate reporting through PEIMS; For those offering student

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management only software, the Board will explore and consider the extent to which the software
interfaces or integrates with other financial management software for the purpose of efficient
school operations and for accurate reporting through PEIMS.

Elements of evaluation criteria include:

           •   Web-Based Program: (i.e. the program is accessed through an internet browser,
               which allows users to access the program from any computer in the world that is
               connected to the World Wide Web.)
           •   Charter School Specific: All available functions, the chart of account codes, features,
               and menu options are applicable directly to and only for Texas open enrollment
               charter schools. Further, the vendor must be willing to continually update the
               software in response to changing compliance requirements and in response to the
               needs and demands of open enrollment charter schools.
           •   Scalable- The system should be capable of supporting the full range of charter types,
               from small charters, multiple TEA district identification numbers, and multiple
               campuses within each charter system.

Secured System - The system proposed must secure and store data:

           •    Stored Data must be backed up daily and secured from corruption,
           •    Sensitive Data must be encrypted during transmission
           •    System must be capable of auditing user access
           •    User authentication process to ensure appropriate data privacy
           •    User access permissions and role based access control
           •    Disaster recovery plan

Data Standards Compliantfor Mandatory Reporting Through PEIMS

   •   Interface Capabilities - The software should be SIF certified, able to interface with other
       software products commonly used in the school environment including, for instance, the
       Microsoft suite including Excel, Access, Time Clock Pus( or other software tracking
       work hours), Nutri-Kids (or other software for tracking student eligibility and
       participation in the national free and reduced meals program), various student
       performance management software, and others.
   •   Muti-User Capabilities

Sufficient Support

       •       Software Support: (support for understanding and using the software for the desires
               ends of the user)
       •       Compliance Support: (support for understanding and implementing the proper data
               inputs and reports to ensure compliance with charter school rules and regulations)
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Ease of Conversion

        •   Training Opportunities and Ongoing Support
        •   Limited Role of School Staff in Importing Data from Former Software System
            Design

Sturdy and Robust Architecture of Software System Design

   •      ODBC Complaint
   •      VMCF Compliant

Minimal Local Hardware Requirements

The following includes the desires elements specific to the functionally of the financial
management side of the software. Consideration will be given the extent to which each software
product performs these functions and includes additional functionality or features that help
school efficiencies and improve data quality for school management and reporting compliance.

Payroll

        Current Tax Tables (Federal and State)
        Current TRS Formulas
        TRAQs Upload Complaint
        Employee View Access
        Direct Deposit with automated employee email delivery
         Flexible Pay Schedules
        Linked to HR modules for staff attendance
        TWC Upload Complaints

Account Payable

   •    Vendor Management, including 1099s
   •    Partial Payment Capabilities
   •    Account Receivable ( i.e. billing for library fines, after school programs, fees for
        extracurricular activities, fundraisers, services to other charter schools, etc.)

Budget Management

   •    Budget Development
   •    Budget to Actual Reporting

Purchasing Function

    •     Requisitions and Purchase Orders

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    •      Electronic Approval Process
    •      Budget Checking Features (i.e., purchasing transactions are blocked when a proposed
           purchase threatens to overspend the budget in a certain code)
    •      Scan and attach paper invoices to store electronically

Human Resources

   •       Employee leaves and absences tracking
   •       Employee Directory Information, including emergency contracts and PIA preferences
   •       State of Texas Service Record
   •       State Required New Hire Tracking
   •       Benefits Management
   •       Employee Access

General ledger

   •       Charter School Chart of Accounts 3
   •       Bank Reconciliation
   •       Journal Entries that tie to the bank reconciliation
   •       Three-part check printing (i.e., on check with two stubs
   •       Flexible check formatting option (i.e. one check with two stubs)
   •       Flexible check formatting option (i.e., school may use current supply of checks)

Capital Assets

   •       Automatic Depreciation
   •       Inventory Management
   •       Complaint with adjustable accounting standards
   •       Robust reporting functions
   •       Exhaustive Queries, Search, Sort, Masking, and Filter Capabilities
   •        Drill down and Navigation Capabilities from each Transaction
   •       TRS Reports
   •       IRS Reports (Ws, 1099, 941s, etc)
   •       Financial Statements

Further consideration will be given to the system history and anticipated releases of the software
system, including:

       •    Name of system/product
       •    Date of initial release
       •    Years product in service
       •    Years product in service to Texas Charter Schools

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     •   Date of most recent release
     •   Date of next major or minor release, including a description of the functionality and
         features expected to be added or revised. Determine the extent to which charter school
         operators (Prime Prep Academy and Others) will be consulted about the scope and
         content of product revisions.
     •   Average frequency of new releases

w) Identify the student attendance accounting software (Le.> the complete name of the software
application and the software version) that the proposed charter school will use, and discuss the
software's ability to produce the required reports and track student-related data required in
PEIMS.

The Board's preference is to indentify an interoperable software system that handles both (a)
financial data collection, management, and reporting and (b) student data collection,
management software or offering only student data management software, but these products are
not preferred; for those offering student management only software, the Board will explore and
consider the extent to which the software interfaces or ingrates with other financial management
software for the purposes of efficient school operations and for accurate reporting through
PEIMS.

Elements of evaluation criteria include:

         •   Web-Based Program: (i.e. the program is accessed through an internet browser,
             which allows users to access the program from any computer in the world that is
             connected to the World Wide Web.)
         •   Charter School Specific: All available functions, the chart of account codes, features,
             and menu options are applicable directly to and only for Texas open enrollment
             charter schools. Further, the vendor must be willing to continually update the
             software in response to changing compliance requirements and in response to the
             needs and demands of open enrollment charter schools.
         •   Scalable- The system should be capable of supporting the full range of charter types,
             from small charters, multiple TEA district identification numbers, and multiple
             campuses within each charter system.

Secured System - The system proposed must secure and store data:

         •   Stored Data must be backed up daily and secured from corruption,
         •   Sensitive Data must be encrypted during transmission
         •   System must be capable of auditing user access
         •   User authentication process to ensure appropriate data privacy
         •   User access permissions and role based access control
         •   Disaster recovery plan

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Data Standards Compliantfor Mandatory Reporting Through PEIMS

   •   Interface Capabilities - The software should be SIF certified, able to interface with other
       software products commonly used in the school environment including, for instance, the
       Microsoft suite including Excel, Access, Time Clock Pus( or other software tracking
       work hours), Nutri-Kids (or other software for tracking student eligibility and
       participation in the national free and reduced meals program), various student
       performance management software, and others.
   •   Muti-User Capabilities

Sufficient Support

       •   Software Support: (support for understanding and using the software for the desires
           ends of the user)
       •   Compliance Support: (support for understanding and implementing the proper data
           inputs and reports to ensure compliance with charter school rules and regulations)

Ease of Conversion

       •   Training Opportunities and Ongoing Support
       •   Limited Role of School Staff in Importing Data from Former Software System
           Design

Sturdy and Robust Architecture of Software System Design

   •   ODBC Complaint
   •   VMCF Compliant

Minimal Local Hardware Requirements

The following includes the desires elements specific to the functionally of the financial
management side of the software. Consideration will be given the extent to which each software
product performs these functions and includes additional functionality or features that help
school efficiencies and improve data quality for school management and reporting compliance.

Student Attendance Accounting

   •   Reporting by Classroom Teacher
   •   Reporting by Campus
   •   Reporting for Multiple Charters
   •   Access by Individual Classroom Teachers

Student Class Scheduling



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   •   Multiple Calendar Tracks for the School Year
   •   Flexible Master Scheduling Capabilities
   •   Multiple Campus
   •   Multiple Charters

Electronic Grade Book

   •   Teacher Remote Access
   •   Parent Remote Access
   •   Properly Secured to Protect the Privacy of Student Records
   •   Generate Report Cards

Student Records Information

   •   Education Records
   •   Student Discipline Records
   •   Immunizations
   •   Emergency Contacts
   •   Directory Information
   •   Transcripts
   •   T-REX
   •   Manage Enrollment/Student Enrollment Waiting Lists
   •   Special Education Records and Tracking
   •   Student Transportation Management

Robust Reporting Functions

   •   Exhaustive Query Capabilities
   •   Attendance Trends
   •   Student Enrollment/Vacancy Trends
   •   Other Reports

   Further consideration will be given to the system history and anticipated releases of the
   software system, including:

       •   Name of system/product
       •   Date of initial release
       •   Years Product in Service
       •   Years Product in Service to Texas Charter Schools
       •   Date of most recent release
       •   Date of next major or minor release, including a description of the functionality and
           features expected to be added or revised, Determine the extent to which charter

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            school operators (Prime Prep Academy and others) will be consulted about the scope
            and content of product revisions.
        •   Average frequency of new releases

Facility Management

x) Provide Physical Address of the facility to be used by the proposed charter school and
describe the facility.

Prime Prep Academy will be located at 4400 Panola Ave. Fort Worth, TX 76103.

Facility Features:

    •   97,000 Square Feet (57,00sq feet in building , 47,000 square ft. in building 2)
    •   Over 50 classrooms that comfortably seat 25 students each in Building 1
    •   8,000 sq ft. Indoor activity room with 50 foot ceiling
    •   6,000 sq foot cafeteria - meeting hall
    •   Over 500 Parking Spaces
    •   Over 7 acres of land available for expansion and development
    •   Within one block of bus line
    "   Over 25 Boys/Girls Restrooms
    •   Media Room (Full Recording Studio)
    •   Over 100 total rooms in Building 1
    •   Over 120 Rooms in Building 2
    •   Handicap Accessible
    •   Large Rooms for Science, Math and Reading Labs
    •   Full Service Kitchen Area
    •   Administrative Offices
    •   Two Conference Rooms
    •   Two Performance Stages (Complete with Theatre Lighting)
    »   Over Two Dozen Storage Rooms
    "   Private Executive Office (Upstairs BIdg 1)
    •   Covered Walkway to get from Bldg 1 to Bldg 2
    •   Private Dumpster on Property
    "   Three Outside Signage Areas
    •   Outdoor Playground Area
    •   Commercial Carpet and Tile Throughout
    •   Teacher's Lounge (Upstairs and Downstairs)
    •   Over 15 Total Water Fountains (Bldg 1 and 2)

y) Describe how the facility is currently being used or how it was used in the past.



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Building 1 is used for church services and special events. Building 2 is used for educational
events (seminars, leadership conferences, and volunteer tutoring).

z) Explain why the site mil be a suitable facility for the proposed charter school.

The physical address of the facility is 4400 Panola Ave. Fort Worth, TX 76103. The facility is
equipped for a charter school and is in an excellent location. The facility is clean, safe, and
recently renovated. The building is 97,000 sq ft, with over 100 classrooms, and over 7 acres of
land available for expansion and development.

aa) Discuss plans to ensure that schoolfacilities are accessible to disable persons.

Prime Prep Academy will ensure that the school facility is in ADA compliance. The elements to
be considered include the following:

    •   Reach Range for controls and storage
    •   Handrails at Ramps and Stairs
    •   Lavatories and Mirrors
    •   Water Closets, Toilet Scats, Grab Bars, Toilet Stalls, and Toilet Dispensers
    •   Drinking Fountains and Water Coolers
    •   Fixed or Built in Seating and Tables
    •   Accessible Route: Minimum Width
    •   Ramps: Slope and Rise
    •   Elevator which is wheelchair accessible

bb) Discuss the necessity of renovating and/or repairing the facility to ensure compliance with
applicable building and/or occupancy codes and to make the facility ready for school
operations. Indentify the dollar amounts of any renovations and repairs.

The proposed site has been inspected and is presently in compliance with applicable building and
occupancy codes. There will be no need for scheduled renovations or repairs at this time.

cc) Submit as Attachment Q the certificate of occupancy or equivalent certificate showing that
the facility is appropriate for school use that has been issued by the appropriate governing
entity (Le. local, county, or state authority having jurisdiction for the facility.)

The certificate of occupancy is submitted as Attachment Q.

 dd) Discuss any progress, partnership developments or future steps towards the acquisition of
facility and/or land.

There are no plans for acquisitions of land or facilities at this time.




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ee) Submit as Attachment R, a copy of the negotiated lease agreements), deeds, to property,
earnest money contract, or purchase agreements), as applicable.

The letter of agreement between Pinnacle Commercial Property Group and Prime Prep Academy
is included as Attachment R.

fj) Indentify the individuals who negotiated the lease or purchase of the facility on the behalf
 of the lessor or seller and the sponsoring entity. Note any relationship or business affiliation
 between the individuals indentified above.

Lease agreements were negotiated by DL Wallace, CEO of Uplift Fort Worth and FR Mays,
Managing Partner, Pinnacle Commercial Property Group.

gg)Identify all other organizations or individuals that will be using the facility in addition to
the proposed charter school

There will be no other organizations utilizing the facilities.

Transportation and Food Service

hh) Describe provision for transportation for students served by the charter school,

Prime Prep Academy will not provide transportation for regular eligible students. However, in
accordance with federal law, the school will provide transportation to students eligible for special
education and related services as required by the Individualized Education Program (IEP).

An "eligible special needs student" is a special education student:

    •   Who is eligible under the TEC, Section 29.003, and Federal Public Law 101-476 (Part
        B) and 102-119(Part H) of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act of 1990 and
        subsequent amendments and
    •   Who would be unable to attend school and benefit from his or her special education
        program of instruction (including extended school year programs and community-based
        transitional life skills training) or development, corrective and other supplementary
        supportive services without the provision of special transportation as necessary related
        service, as determined on an individual (case-by-case) basic and
    •   For whom the requirement for special transportation is properly documented by a duly
        authorized admission, review, and dismissal (ARD) committee in the student's
        individualized education program (IEP) as required related service to provide by the
        district.

Upon charter approval, the Board will evaluate specialized transportation services options to
provide transportation to eligible special needs students.

  ii) Describe provisions for food services, if any for students served by the charter school.

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 If at least 10 percent of the students enrolled in the charter school are eligible for free or
 reduced price breakfast and lunch under the national school breakfast and lunch program
 provided by the Child Nutrition Act of 1966 (42 U.S.C. Section 1773), the school shall
 participate in the program and make the benefits of the program available to all eligible
 students in the schools or school.

 12. Attachments




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                     Attachment A
      Published Notice of Public Hearing




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                                  Fort Worth-Arlington Edition

              Notice of Intent to Apply for an Open Enrollment Charter School
The Prime Prep Academy is applying to the State Broad of Education for approval to operate an
open enrollment charter school to be located in Fort Worth, Texas. Charter Schools are public
schools established by Non-profit organizations, intuitions, of higher education, or governmental
entities. These schools are publicly funded and are free from man4y state regulations that apply to
other public schools. The following descriptive information about the proposed school is being
provided for the benefit of the community in which the school would be located if approved:
Name of Sponsoring Entity proposing the charter school: Uplift Fort Worth Chief Executive
Officer of the proposed school: DL Wallace Proposed Location of School: 4400 Panola Ave.
Fort Worth, TX 76103
Brief Description of the School:
The vision of Prime Prep Academy is to provide exceptional opportunities for academic
achievement, intellectual growth, artistic njlfiHmenr, physical development, moral awareness,
and community responsibility; in an effort to produce well-educated, respectful citizen leaders.

Grade Levels to be served: K-12 Planned opening date: Fall of 2012
Public Hearing Date; Wednesday February 2, 20II
Location: 4400 Panola Ave. Fort Worth, TX 76103

A public forum will be held on February 2, 2011 to receive comments. Parents and community
members are invited to attend. The public forum will begin at 6:30pm.
For additional information, please contact the uplift Fort Worth at 1-866-852-6661 option 2. The
State Broad of Education invited comments about any aspects of the proposed school or its
sponsoring entity. Comments must be communicated in the form of a signed letter directed to the
State Broad of Education. Only letters specifically addressing a proposed school will be considered
by the broad. Letters may be sent to the following address: Texas Education Agency, Division of
Charter School, 1701 N. Congress Austin, Texas 78701.




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                     Attachment B
              Synopsis of Public Hearing




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                              Public Hearing Synopsis
                                Wednesday, February 2, 2011 - 6:30pm

                                          Prime Prep Academy

                      Proposed Location: 4400 Panola Ave. Fort Worth, TX 76103

                       Meeting Held at: 4400 Panola Ave. Fort Worth, TX 76103

Notice of meeting was published in the La Vida News Paper on January 27,2011.

The CEO of Uplift Fort Worth, DL Wallace opened the meeting and welcomed the public to the Forum.

   •    The attendees were welcomed and introduced to the broad.
   •    The term "charter school" was explained:
             0 What is a charter school?
             0 How are charter school funded?
             0 How are the curriculum chosen?
    •   Vision for the charter school was explained:
             0 Prime Prep Academy would be a leadership school where students would be taught to
                 lead themselves before they lead others. The students of Prime Prep Academy will be
                 in a positive environment that focuses on academic excellent and character
                 development.
    •   Parent Involvement was explained:
             0 Parents are partners with the school, in the classrooms, observing, helping and sharing.
    •   Support was addressed:
             0 We have over 1,000 signatures to show support and letters of support from city leaders
                 and business owners.
    •   Key Dates and Achievements were explained:
             0 Long-term goal is for grade K-12
             0 Prime Prep Academy will start 2012 with K-6, two classes of 25 students and I aide per
                 grade level and add a grade each year. The geographic area will include any district that
                 touches Fort Worth ISO.
    •   Attendance at the public meeting: 11

Questions from the attendees:

   1. Question: How many grade levels will the school have?
      Answer: K-6th grades to start out with a goal for 7th-12th grades for the second phase. Prime
      Prep Academy will maintain a 1:18 overall teacher to student ratio in kindergarten and the sixth
      grade, and 1:25 overall teacher-to-student ratio in grades 7-12.
   2. Question: Will classes expand as the school grows?
      Answer: Yes
   3. Question: How will the curriculum be chosen?
      Answer: Region 10 outlines will be used. We will have rigorous academics administered by
      creative teachers who will offer lots of opportunities for enrichment as well as parental
      involvement.
   4. Question: What are the dates for enrollment?

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       Answer: Guidelines will be made and announced after charter is approved.
   5. Question: What is the selection process for the teachers?
       Answer: The principal is the primary recruiter. The academic Superintendent and other
       administrators may be involved in the selection process. They will distinguish/discern if the
       candidate is compatible with Prime Prep Academy vision. The superintendent will make the final
       call.
   6. Question: Has a principal been named?
       Answer: No.
   7. Question: Will there be uniforms?
       Answer: Yes.
   8. Question: Will there be athletics?
       Answer: Yes.
   9. Question: Will you provide transportation?
       Answer: Not at this time?
   10. Question: Will food be provided during the day?
       Answer: If at least 10% of the students enrolled in charter school are eligible for free or reduced
       price breakfast under the national school breakfast program provided for by the Child Nutrition
       Act of 1966, the school shall participate in the program and make the benefits of the program
       available to all eligible in the school.

The meeting ended at 7:30pm with the broad thanking attendees for coming and welcoming them to
stay and visit if they had additional questions.




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  2.. Article Number
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 PS Form 3811,        February 2004           7D10             OQGZ                                         5-02-M-1540




 SENDER: COMPLETE THIS SECTION                          COMPLETE THIS SECTION ON DELIVERY

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SENDER: COMPLETE THIS SECTION                          COMPLETE THfS SECTION ON DELIVERY

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SENDER: COMPLETE THIS SECTION                          COMPLETE THIS SECTION ON DELIVERY

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PS Form 3811, February 2004                7Q1D                                                         1-02-M-1540



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PS Form 3811,       February 2004        7010 30^0 0002 MDbH                                           B95-02-M-1540




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PS Form 3811, February 2004                7D1Q

SENDER: COMPLETE THIS SECTION                        COMPLETE THIS SECTION ON DELIVERY

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PS Form 3811, February 2004                 7Q1D      3DTD DDDE                                             S-02-M-1540




SENDER: COMPLETE THIS SECTION                           COMPLETE THIS SECTION ON DELIVERY

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SENDER: COMPLETE THIS SECTION

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PS Form 3811, February 2004                Domestic Return Receipt                                 J02595-02-M-1540




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 1. Article Addressed to:                                   If YES, enter delivery address below:       CD No




                                                        3. Service Type
                                                           D Certified Mail      D Express Mail
                                                           D Registered          D Return Receipt for Merchandise
                                                           D Insured Mail        n C.O.D.
                                                        4. Restricted Delivery? (Brtra Fee.)            D Yes
 2. Article Number
    (Transfer from service label)
 PS Form 3811,       February 2004      7D1D         3D^D    DDDE       MDb2                          . .2595-02-M-1540




 SENDER: COMPLETE THIS SECTION                           COMPLETE THIS SECTION ON DELIVERY

    Complete items 1, 2, and 3. Also complete
    item 4 if Restricted Delivery Is desired.
    Print your name and address on the reverse
    so that we can return the card to you.               B. Received by (Printed Name,
    Attach this card to the back of the maiipiece,
    or on the front if space permits.
                                                         D. Is delivery address different from Hem 17 EJ Yes
 1. Article Addressed to:                                   If YES, enter delivery address below:     tH No




                                                             Service Type
                                                             D Certified Mail    D Express Mail
                                                             G Registered        D Return Receipt for Merchandise
                                                             D Insured Mail      n C.O.D.
                                                        4. Restricted Delivery? (Extra Fee)             D Yes
                                                                                                                          0 0 07 S
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 PS Form 3811,       February 200-     7D1D        3DTD DDDE                       M736                02595-02-M-1540
 SENDER: COMPLETE THIS SECTION

    Complete items 1, 2, and 3. Also complete
    item 4 if Restricted Delivery is desired.
    Print your name and address on the reverse
    so that we can return the card to you.
    Attach this card to the back of the maiipiece,
    or on the front if space permits.
 1. Article Addressed to:                             D. Is delivery address different from item 1? D Yes
                                                         If YES, enter delivery address below:      D No




                                                      3. Service Type
                                                         D Certified Mail       D Express Mail
                                                         D Registered           D Return Receipt for Merchandise
                                                         D Insured Mail         D C.O.D.
                                                      4. Restricted Delivery? (Extra Fee)          D Yes
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SENDER: COMPLETE THIS SECTION                        COMPLETE THIS SECTION ON DELIVERY

   Complete items 1, 2, and 3. Also complete
   item 4 if Restricted Delivery Is desired.
   Print your name and address on the reverse
   so that we can return the card to you.
   Attach this card to the back of the maiipiece,
   or on the front if space permits.
                                                     D. Is delivery address different from Item 1 ? O Yes
1, Article Addressed to:                                If YES, enter delivery address below;       D No




                                                     3.
                                                          ffl Certified Mall   D Express Mall
                                                          D Registered         D Return Receipt for Merchandise
                                                          D Insured Mail       D C.O.D.
                                                     4. Restricted Delivery? (Brtra Fee)           DYes
2. Article Number
   (Transfer from service label)
PS Form 3811,       February       7D1D 30TD DDDE HDbE HBDb                                     102595-02-M-1540




                                                     COMPLETE THIS SECTION ON DELIVERY
SENDER: COMPLETE TH/S SECTION                                                                    ^^^•™
                                                     A.fSfgnaiire         t      r
m Complete items 1,2, and 3. Also complete                                                          Agent
                                                                                                  EfAg
  item 4 rf Restricted Delivery Is desired.
• Print your name and address on the reverse
                                                     x\\^UcJ-                                     D Addressee
                                                                        (Printed Name)       C. Date of Delivery
  so that we can return the card to you.
• Attach this card to the back of the maiipiece,                                              I'
  or on the front if space permits.                  ^. Is defivejy address different from Hem 1? j^Yes
                                                        If YES, enter delivery address below.       No
1. Article Addressed to:




                                                      3. Service Type
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                                                         D Insured Mall        D C.O.D.
                                                      4. Restricted Delivery? (Extra FeeJ          DYes

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SENDER: COMPLETE THIS SECTION                              COMPLETE THIS SECTION ON DELIVERY

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  item 4 if Restricted Delivery is desired.                                                             13 Agent
* Print your name and address on the reverse               X                                            D Addressee
  so that we can return the card to you.                                                           C. Date of Delivery
• Attach this card to the back of the maiipiece,
  or on the front if space permits.
                                                           D. Is delivery address different from item 1 ? D Yes
1. Article Addressed to:
                                                              If YES, enter delivery address below:       D No




                                                               Service Type
                                                               H Certified Mail    U Express Mail
                                                               D Registered        n Return Receipt for Merchandise
                                                               G Insured Mail      D C.O.D.
                                                           4. Restricted Delivery? (Extra Fee)             Yes
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PS Form ~,                                                                                               J95-02-M-1540




  SENDER: COMPLETE THIS SECTION                             COMPLETE THIS SECTION ON DELIVERY

  m Complete items 1, 2, and 3. Also complete               A. Signature
    item 4 if Restricted Delivery ts desired.                                                             D Agent
  • Print your name and address on the reverse              X                                             D Addressee
    so that we can return the card to you.                   B. Received by (Printed Name,              Date of Delivery
  • Attach this card to the back of the maiipiece,
    or on the front if space permits.
                                                             D. Is delivery address different from item 1 ? D Yes
  1. Article Addressed to:                                      If YES, enter delivery address below:       D No




                       Odie 61.
                                                             3. Service Type
                                                                P Certified Mail    O Express Mail
                                                                Q Registered        D Return Receipt for Merchandise
                                                                Q Insured Mall      n C.O.D.
                                                             4. Restricted Delivery? (Extra Fee)          D Yes

  2. Article Number-
     (Transfer from service label)
  PS Form 3811,        Febr           7Q10           DDDE                    475E                       102595-02-M-1540




      SENDER: COMPLETE THIS SECTION                              COMPLETE THIS SECTION ON DELIVERY

          Complete items 1,2, and 3. Also complete
          item 4 If Restricted Delivery Is desired.
          Print your name and address on the reverse
          so that we can return the card to you.                 B. Received by (Printed Name)
          Attach this card to the back of the maiipiece,
          or on the front if space permits.
                                                                 D, Is delivery address different from item 17 d Yes
      1. Article Addressed to:
                                                                    If YES, enter delivery address below:      D No




                                                                 3. Service Type
                                                                    D Certified Mail    D Express Mail                   j   0 0 0   v
                                                                    D Registered        Q Return Receipt for Merchandise I
                                                                    D Insured Mail      D C.O.D.                         I
                                                                 4. Restricted Delivery? (Extra Fee)          D Yes

      2.. Article Number
          (Transfer from service label)
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                       Prime Prep Academy




                     Attachment D
       Notarized Biographical Affidavits




Prime Prep Academy                          Page:
                                                    00008*
              Sixteenth Generation Open-Enrollment Charter Applicant Biographical Affidavit
                                  (MUST BE TYPED and NOTARIZED)


Check all that apply:

[x] Member of the governing body of the sponsoring entity

f~l Member of the governing body of the charter school

[""] School officer:    ^                                                              (State position as defined in TEC, §12.1012.)

Full Name of Sponsoring Entity UpHft Fort Worth, CDC

Full Name of Proposed Charter School Prime Prep Academy

In connection with the above-named organization and charter school application, I herewith make representations and supply
information about myself as hereinafter set forth. (Attach addendum or separate sheet if space hereon is insufficient to answer
any questions fully.)

IF ANSWER IS "NO" OR "NONE", SO STATE.

1. Full Name (Initials Not Acceptable)      Damien LaMarc Wallace


2. Have you ever had your name changed or used another name?                [\   Yes     1*1 No

   If yes, give reason for the change: ________              ._. __         _

   Maiden name (if female);                                           __________

   Other names used at any time:DL Wallacc

                            13241
3. Current home address:            Blue Jean Dr. Haslet, TX 76052

   If you are a member of the governing body of the sponsoring entity and the sponsoring entity is an out-of-state organization,
   do you reside within 50 miles of the geographic boundary of the proposed charter school?

     [xl Yes     O     No   C] N/A (because I am not a member of the governing body of the sponsoring entity or the
                                    sponsoring entity is based in Texas).

4. Current home telephone number:          817-456-9539

5. Education: Dates, Names, Locations and Degrees

   College-     Baylor University 1989-1994 Waco, TX


   Graduate Studies:                                                                         _

   Others:

6. List membership(s) in professional societies and associations:
LJNT Board of Education
Dallas Mastermind Advisory Board




                                                       D     , f*                                                              SAS 533-11
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                                                                                   0 ft ft ft ft 3
7. List complete employment record, including self-employment (up to and including present jobs, positions, directorates or
   officerships) for the past 10 years including dates, employers, addresses and positions held:
Enterprise, Arlington, TX - Director or Finance - 1996-2000
Vantile Group- Arlington, TX Director of Finance 200-2005
Retired from Corporate America - 2005
2005-Present Business Entrepreneur




8. List all businesses or organizations of which you arejyjaitner or in which you have a majority interest:
Parnter in Sports Groove Online INC.




9. List all previous experience with charter schools. Include open-enrollment schools and/or campus or program charters
including dates, charter schools/charter holders, addresses and positions held:
 'hatter School Consultant - Assist charter schools with the initial visioning, organizational planning, and marketing and
ongoing management needs of school.

Life School Dallas, 915 135 Lancastcr,TX 75146.




10. List all previous experience with any charter school management company including dates, management company, address
and position held:                 ___^_                                   _________^_______^__________
n/a




11. List any professional, occupational, or vocational licenses issued by any public or governmental licensing agency or
    regulatory authority which you presently hold or have held in the past. State date license was issued, issuer of license, date
    terminated, reasons for termination:                                _^_^______
n/a




                                                                                                                            SAS 533-11
                                                                                                                         RFA 701-10-1,8
12. During the last 10 years, have you ever been refused a professional, occupational or vocational license by any public or
    governmental licensing agency or regulatory authority, or has such license held by you ever been suspended or revoked?

    r   Yes (8 No
   If yes, give details:                   ______           ___________________________                    ___             ____




13. Will you be employed by or contract with the sponsoring entity, the charter school, or the managment company of the
    school?

        Yes     (8 No      If so, please state the compensation you expect to receive.

   Also explain any other compensation you expect to receive for service on the governing body of the sponsoring entity.




14. Is any relative within the third degree of consanguinity (i.e., your parent, grandparent, great-granparent, child, grandchild,
    great-grandchild, sibling, aunt, uncle, niece, nephew) or within the third degree of affinity (i.e., your spouse or your spouse's
    parent, grandparent, great-granparent, child, grandchild, great-grandchild, sibling, aunt, uncle, niece, nephew) a member of
    the governing body of the sponsoring entity or of the governing body of the charter school?

    P    Yes     <8 No

   If so?giye details:                                           ___„




15. Will any relative(s) within the third degree of consanguinity or affinity (See definitions in Question 14 above.) be employed
    by or receive any compensation or remuneration from the sponsoring entity, charter school, or the management company of
    the charter school?

    r    Yes (8 No
   If so, give details:                                                   ______________




16. Have you ever been convicted of a misdemeanor involving moral turpitude; a felony; an offense listed in TEC 37.007(a); or
    an offense listed in Article 62.01(5) Code of Criminal Procedure?

    r    Yes (8 No

   If so, giye_details:




                                                                        D0 0 0« 5
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17. Have you ever been adjudged bankrupt?         C Yes        (S No   If so, please provide the following information.

    Number of tunes adjudged bankrupt:

     Date of each bankruptcy judgment:

     Description of the circumstances surrounding each bankruptcy:




18. Have you ever been an officer, director, trustee, investment committee member, key employee, or controlling stockholder of
    any business, which, while you occupied any such position or capacity with respect to it, became insolvent, declared
    bankruptcy, or was placed under supervision or in receivership, rehabilitation, liquidation or conservatorship?

     P     Yes       (8 No
   If so, give details:                                                   ____                 _________                      .




Dated and signed this & /              day of                                                   , 20_il-
I hereby certify under penalty of perjury that I am acting on my                        "oregoing statements are. true and
correct to the best of my knowledge and belief.




                                                        VERIFICATION
                 1
State of
                     \i«/n A
County of

On this day, l\3 '{] V^UUJ} JtLM^X. —^                   (name of affiant) appeared before me the undersigned notary public
and deposed tfiatTie/she executedlhe above instrument and that the statements a^f answers contained therein are true and correct
to the best of his/her knowledge and belief.

Subscribed and sworn to before me this




                             (SEAL)                                              My commission expires

                                      SHELUCE M.VAUGHN
                                       NOTARY PUBUC
                                       STATE OF TEXAS
                                      MyComm.Exp.oS-04-2012



                                                                                                                     SAS 533-11
                                                 Page 4 of 4
                                                                         00086                                    RFA 701-10-118
               Sixteenth Generation Open-Enrollment Charter Applicant Biographical Affidavit
                                   (MUST BE TYPED and NOTARIZED)

Check all that apply:

[x] Member of the governing body of the sponsoring entity

j | Member of the governing body of the charter school

P   School officer:                                                                (Stale position as defined in TEC, §12.1012.)

Full Name of Sponsoring Entity Uplift Fort Worth

Full Name of Proposed Charter School Prime Prep Academy

In connection with the above-named organization and charter school application, I herewith make representations and supply
information about myself as hereinafter set forth. (Attach addendum or separate sheet if space hereon is insufficient to answer
any questions fully.)

IF ANSWER TS "NO" OR "NONE", SO STATE.

1 . Full Name (Initials Not Acceptable)    Carl Gerard Dorvi]              _       __          __    __    __     ______

2. Have you ever had your name changed or used another name?             j 1 Yes          No

    If yes, give reason for the change:   _          _          ______

    Maiden name (if female):    _         _ _          ____          ________

    Other names used at any time:

3. Current home address: 3015 Fontanna Blvd, Rockwall, TX 75032

    If you are a member of the governing body of the sponsoring entity and (he sponsoring entity is an out-of-state organization,
    do you reside within 50 miles of the geographic boundary of the proposed charter school?

     | | Yes     Q    No    [x] N/A (because 1 am not a member of the governing body of the sponsoring entity or the
                                     sponsoring entity is based in Texas).

4. Current home telephone number:         469-583-8453 _             _______                                                 __

5. Education: Dates, Names, Locations and Degrees

    College:    Graduation May 2005, Southern Methodist University, Triple Major in Public Policy. Economics, Psychology

    Graduate Studies: Graduation May 2008. SMU COX School of Business, MBA

    Others:

6. List membership(s) in professional societies and associations:
EIA (Education Industry- Association)




                                                                                                                            SAS533-H
                                                                           ODD       08 7                                RFA701-KM18
7. List complete employment record, including self-employment (up to and including present jobs, positions, directorates or
   officerships) for the pastJO years including dates, employers, addresses and positions held:
January 2004 to Present - Group Excellence - Dallas. TX - Owner/CEO
2007 to Present - SureStudy - Dallas, TX - Owner
Fall 2003 through Graduation - SMU - Dallas, TX - Learning Enhancement Assistant in Resident Life Department
Spring 2003 through Graduation - SMU Math Dept - Dallas, TX - Calculus Teacher's Assistant
Spring 2002 to Fall 2002 - SMU Psychology Dept - Dallas, TX - Psychology Research Assistant
Fall 2001 to Spring 2004 - The Law Offices of Brown, Brown, Chandler, & Townsend - Dallas, TX - Asst. to the Legal Asst.




8. List all businesses or organizations of which you are a partner or in which you have a majority interest:
Group Excellence Management, LLC
SureStudy
Vysion Investments One




9. List all previous experience with charter schools. Include open-enrollment schools and/or campus or program charters
including dates, charter schools/charter holders, addresses and positions held:
N/A




10. List all previous experience with any charter school management company including dates, management company, address
and position held:                                                                           ^^_____
N/A




1 1 . List any professional, occupational, or vocational licenses issued by any public or governmental licensing agency or
     regulatory authority which you presently hold or have held in the past. State date license was issued, issuer of license, date
     terminated, reasons for termination:              _                  _                _
N/A




                                                      D    o t-A                                                             SAS 533-11
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                                                                             00 n M o
12. During the last 10 years, have you ever been refused a professional, occupational or vocational license by any public or
    governmental licensing agency or regulatory authority, or has such license held by you ever been suspended or revoked?

    r   Yes (• No

   If yes, give details:




13. Will you be employed by or contract with the sponsoring entity, the charter school, or the managmciit company of the
    school?

    C" Yes      (•" No         If so, please state the compensation you expect to receive.

   Also explain any other compensation you expect to receive for service on the governing body of the sponsoring entity.




14. Is any relative within the third degree of consanguinity (i.e., your parent, grandparent, great-gran parent, child, grandchild,
    great-grandchild, sibling, aunt, uncle, niece, nephew) or within the third degree of affinity (i.e., your spouse or your spouse's
    parent, grandparent, great-granparent, child, grandchild, great-grandchild, sibling, aunt, uncle, niece, nephew) a member of
    the governing body of the sponsoring entity or of the governing body of the charter school?

    r   Yes <S            No

   If so. give details:               __________________________               _                                          _..




15. Will any relativc(s) within the third degree of consanguinity or affinity (See definitions in Question 14 above.) be employed
    by or receive any compensation or remuneration from the sponsoring entity, charter school, or the management company of
    the charter school?

    r   Yes (• No
   If so, give details:                                                                         ___________




16. Have you ever been convicted of a misdemeanor involving moral turpitude; a felony; an offense listed in TEC 37.007(a); or
    an offense listed in Article 62.01(5) Code of Criminal Procedure?

    r   Yes (• No

   If so, give details:                                                            _         _________„              __




                                                    f

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                                                              °f4                                                         RFA 701-10-118
17. Have you ever been adjudged bankrupt?        C   Yes       (? No    If so, please provide the following information.

     Number of times adjudged bankrupt:

     Date of each bankruptcy judgment:

     Description of the circumstances surrounding each bankruptcy:




18. Have you ever been an officer, director, trustee, investment committee member, key employee, or controlling stockholder of
    any business, which, while you occupied any such position or capacity with respect to it, became insolvent, declared
    bankruptcy, or was placed under supervision or in receivership, rehabilitation, liquidation or conservatorship?

    C Yes          (• No
    If so, give details:                              _^                                          ___^




Dated and signed this                  day of _                                                   ,20 tl
I hereby certify under penalty of perjury that I am acting on my own behalf         t the^foregoing statements   true and
correct to the best of my knowledge and belief.




                                                       VERIFICATION
                 * \ A A / A f\
State of

County of

On this day, I U U l V v V^Qi-VUf ,^                     (name of affiant) appeared before me the undersigned notary public
and deposed that he/she executed the above instrument and that the statements^ami answers contained therein are true and correct
to the best of his/her knowledge and            u

Subscribed and swom to before me this                                  day of j



                                                                                          (Notary Public)

                           (SEAL)                                                 My commission expires

                          HELLICE M.VAUGHN
                          NOTARY PUBLIC
                       f STATE OF TEXAS
                         MyConmExp. 0844-2012



                                                                                                                     SAS 533-11
                                                 Page 4 of 4
                                                                                                                  RFA7U1-10-118
               Sixteenth Generation Open-Enrollment Charter Applicant Biographical Affidavit
                                   (MUST BE TYPED and NOTARIZED)


Check all that apply:

[x] Member of the governing body of the sponsoring entity

______] Member of the governing body of the charter school

[___] School officer:                                       _^_____              __(State position as defined in TEC, §12.1012.)

Full Name of Sponsoring Entity Uplift Fort Worth. CDC                                            _____^_^____

Full Name of Proposed Charter School Prime Prep Academy                                                           ^_____

In connection with the above-named organization and charter school application, I herewith make representations and supply
information about myself as hereinafter set forth. (Attach addendum or separate sheet if space hereon is insufficient to answer
any questions fully.)

IF ANSWER IS "NO" OR "NONE", SO STATE.

1. Full Name (Initials Not Acceptable)        William Mckmley Jackson


2. Have you ever had your name changed or used another name?             M Yes       H No

    If yes, give reason for the change:

    Maiden name (if female):

    Other names used at any time:

3. Current home address: 550° C^on Rd'         Bcnbraok TX
                                                        '      76126-1698

    If you are a member of the governing body of the sponsoring entity and the sponsoring entity is an out-of-state organization,
    do you reside within 50 miles of the geographic boundary of the proposed charter school?

     [x] Yes      Q     No      Q] N/A (because I am not a member of the governing body of the sponsoring entity or the
                                        sponsoring entity is based in Texas).

4. Current home telephone number:            817-657-7184                   ^^____                          _________^__

5. Education: Dates, Names, Locations and Degrees
                Dallas Ba
    College-                 Ptist University Dallas, TX 1995-1998 BA

    Graduate Studies-        Houston Graduate School of Theology 2003-2005 MST


    Others:

6. List membership(s) in professional societies and associations:
Sational Association for the Advandment of Color People
Who's Who(Hertiage Registry)
Naltional Baptist Convention, USA Inc.




                                                            P    i fA       ~ * "                                            SAS 533-11
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7. List complete employment record, including self-employment (up to and including present jobs, positions, directorates or
   officerships) for the past 10 years including dates, employers, addresses and positions held:
Samaria Baptist Church- 4000 East Berry Street Fort Worth, TX 76105
October 2006- Present
October 1998-March 2002

Starlight Missionary Baptist Church
1090 Buford Street
Bcaumount,TX 77701
March 2002-October 2006




8. List all businesses or organizations of which you are a partner or in which you have a majority interest:
n/a




9. List all previous experience with charter schools. Include open-enrollment schools and/or campus or program charters
including jiates, charter schools/charter holders, addresses and positions held:
n/a




10. List all previous experience with any charter school management company including dates, management company, address
and position held:       ^_^______                              _^
n/a




11. List any professional, occupational, or vocational licenses issued by any public or governmental licensing agency or
    regulatory authority which you presently hold or have held in the past. State date license was issued, issuer oflicense, date
    terminated, reasons for termination:                        _^
n/a




                                                      _       _ ..                                                          SAS 533-11
                                                          8
                                                                     0 0 0 0 9 *                                        R F A 701-10-118
12. During the last 10 years, have you ever been refused a professional, occupational or vocational license by any public or
    governmental licensing agency or regulatory authority, or has such license held by you ever been suspended or revoked?

    r   Yes <« No

   If yegj give details:                   _^_____^___—                      __             _____                         .-




13. Will you be employed by or contract with the sponsoring entity, the charter school, or the managment company of the
    school?

        Yes     (8 No      If so, please state the compensation you expect to receive.

   Also explain any other compensation you expect to receive for service on the governing body ofthe sponsoring entity^




14. Is any relative within the third degree of consanguinity {i.e., your parent, grandparent, great-granparent, child, grandchild,
    great-grandchild, sibling, aunt, uncle, niece, nephew) or within the third degree of affinity (i.e., your spouse or your spouse's
    parent, grandparent, great-granparent, child, grandchild, great-grandchild, sibling, aunt, uncle, niece, nephew) a member of
    the governing body ofthe sponsoring entity or ofthe governing body ofthe charter school?

    r   Yes (8 No
   If so, give details:                                                           __                             _______________




15. Will any relative(s) within the third degree of consanguinity or affinity (See definitions in Question 14 above.) be employed
    by or receive any compensation or remuneration from the sponsoring entity, charter school, or the management company of
    the charter school?

    r   Yes « No
   Ifso, give details:                          _______                                     _.




16. Have you ever been convicted of a misdemeanor involving moral turpitude; a felony; an offense listed in TEC 37.007(a); or
    an offense listed in Article 62.01(5) Code of Criminal Procedure?
    r   Yes (» No

   Ifso, give details:




                                                    Page 3 of 4
                                                    ragej r
                                                                      0 0 0 0 J •                                              SAS 533-11
                                                           °                           '                                RFA 701-10-118
 17. Have you ever been adjudged bankrupt?                     C Yes            If so, please provide the following information.


     Number of times adjudged bankrupt:

     Date of each bankruptcy judgment:

     Description of the circumstances surrounding each bankruptcy^




 18. Have you ever been an officer, director, trustee, investment committee member, key employee, or controlling stockholder of
     any business, which, while you occupied any such position or capacity with respect to it, became insolvent, declared
     bankruptcy, or was placed under supervision or in receivership, rehabilitation, liquidation or conservatorship?

     C Yes         *$( No
    If so, give details:                                                                                                           __




Dated and signed this       15         day of _                                                   ,20
I hereby certify under penalty of perjury that I am acting on my own behalf and that the foregoing statements are true and
correct to the best of my knowledge and belief


                                                                                (Signature of A^Kiant)



                                                                     VERIFICATION

State of

County of

On this day, |/L/tA- U L*-*^1 ^J \J(^A~^ f l (name of affiant) appeared before me the undersigned notary public
and deposed that he/she executed the above instrument and that the statements and answers contained therein are true and correct
to the best of his/her knowledge and belief.

Subscribed and sworn to before me this                                         day of


                            ,^ -,   — -^-^^^^^-^yf-^-f>-f^-^^^*^—^

                                                                                                 (Notary Public)
                 ^!i'%      BLANCA SALDIVAR
                f *i_A-''     N           ublic, SiateoiTex
                                                                                        My commission expires
                                                      ptres
                                    OCT. 20, 2011




                                                                                                                            SAS 533-11
                                                              Page 4 of 4           o                                    RFA 701-10-118
              Sixteenth Generation Open-Enrollment Charter Applicant Biographical Affidavit
                                  (MUST BE TYPED and NOTARIZED)


Check all that apply:

\x\ Member of the governing body of the sponsoring entity

| | Member of the governing body of the charter school

Q School officer:       ^                                                            (State position as defined in TEC, §12.1012.)

Full Name of Sponsoring Entity UPlift Fort Worth-CDC                                               _^^^_______

Full Name of Proposed Charter School Prime Prep Academy                                                   ^^_

In connection with the above-named organization and charter school application, I herewith make representations and supply
information about myself as hereinafter set forth. (Attach addendum or separate sheet if space hereon is insufficient to answer
any questions fully.)

IF ANSWER IS "NO" OR "NONE", SO STATE.

1. Full Name (Initials Not Acceptable)       Erica Wilson                    ____^

2. Have you ever had your name changed or used another name?                Q] Yes     S No

   If yes, give reason for the change:

   Maiden name (if female):

   Other names used at any time:

3. Current home address: 2716 Thannish Avc' Forl Worth' TX          76105



   If you are a member of the governing body of the sponsoring entity and the sponsoring entity is an out-of-state organization,
   do you reside within 50 miles of the geographic boundary of the proposed charter school?

    [x] Yes     Qj No      PI N/A (because I am not a member of the governing body of the sponsoring entity or the
                                   sponsoring entity is based in Texas).

4. Current home telephone number:          817-535-4583                       ________________^^________

5. Education: Dates, Names, Locations and Degrees

               Texas Wesl Universit
   College-                           y Fort Worth' TX   1996 BS




   Graduate Studies:                          _______                                                        _______ ____

   Others-     Teacher Certication (Generalist) State: Texas

6. List membersfaip(s) in professional societies and associations:
United Educators Association




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                                                         Pagel
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                                                                                                   °0 0 09 $
7. List complete employment record, including self-employment (up to and including present jobs, positions, directorates or
   officerships) for the past 10 years including dates, employers, addresses and positions held:
Fort Worth Independent School District
100 University Dr.
Fort Worth, TX 76107
2000-Present




8. List all businesses or organizations of which you are a partner or in whicrryou have a majority interest^
n/a




9. List all previous experience with charter schools. Include open-enrollment schools and/or campus or program charters
including dates, charter schoois/charter holders, addresses and positions held:
n/a




10. List all previous experience with any charter school management company including dates, management company, address
and position held:           __^______                                                                              ___
n/a




11. List any professional, occupational, or vocational licenses issued by any public or governmental licensing agency or
     regulatory authority which you presently hold or have held in the past. State date license was issued, issuer oflicense, date
     terminated, reasons for termination:
Teacher Certification (Generalist)
Issuer of License: Texas Educator Certificate
State Broad of Educators Certification




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12. During the last 10 years, have you ever been refused a professional, occupational or vocational license by any public or
    governmental licensing agency or regulatory authority, or has such license held by you ever been suspended or revoked?

    P Yes (• No
   If yes, give details:                                              _^___^_________                                  ____^^_




13. Will you be employed by or contract with the sponsoring entity, the charter school, or the managment company of the
    school?

        Yes     (8   No    If so, please state the compensation you expect to receive.

   Also explain any other compensation you expect to receive for service on the governing body of the sponsoring entity.




14. Is any relative within the third degree of consanguinity (i.e., your parent, grandparent, great-granparent, child, grandchild,
    great-grandchild, sibling, aunt, uncle, niece, nephew) or within the third degree of affinity (i.e., your spouse or your spouse's
    parent, grandparent, great-granparent, child, grandchild, great-grandchild, sibling, aunt, uncle, niece, nephew) a member of
    the governing body of the sponsoring entity or of the governing body of the charter school?

    r   Yes (8 No

   If so, give details:             __^_            „_                                                 _^__^__




15. Will any relative(s) within the third degree of consanguinity or affinity (See definitions in Question 14 above.) be employed
    by or receive any compensation or remuneration from the sponsoring entity, charter school, or the management company of
    the charter school?

    r   Yes (8 No
   If so, give details:       _^                                    __^




16. Have you ever been convicted of a misdemeanor involving moral turpitude; a felony; an offense listed in TEC 37.007(a); or
    an offense listed in Article 62.01(5) Code of Criminal Procedure?

    r   Yes (i No

   If so, give details:




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17. Have you ever been adjudged bankrupt?                    Yes J   No   If so, please provide the following information.

     Number of times adjudged bankrupt:

     Date of each bankruptcy judgment:

     Description of the circumstances surrounding each bankruptcy:




18. Have you ever been an officer, director, trustee, investment committee member, key employee, or controlling stockholder of
    any business, which, while you occupied any such position or capacity with respect to it, became insolvent, declared
    bankruptcy, or was placed under supervision or in receivership, rehabilitation, liquidation or conservatorship?

     r     Yes       (V^ No
    I.fs_o,_giye details:




Dated and signed this         15     _. day of _                                                     , 20
I hereby certify under penally of perjury that I am acting on my own bifialf aga ,thtfflthe foregoing statements are true and
correct to the best of my knowledge and belief.


                                                                          (Signature of Affiant)



                                                              VERIFICATION

State of



On this day,                                             (name of affiant) appeared before me the undersigned notary public
and deposed that he/she executed the above instrument and that the statements and answers contained therein are true and correct
to the best of his/her knowledge and belief.

Subscribed and swom to before me this                                     day of


                                                                                            (Notary Public)
                              BLANCA SALDIVAR
                        -'';,! {fiE&bjDtic, State of Texas                         My commission expires
                                 My Commission Expires
                                OCT. 20,2011




                                                                                                                         SAS533-1I
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             Sixteenth Generation Open-Enrollment Charter Applicant Biographical Affidavit
                                 (MUST BE TYPED and NOTARIZED)

Check all that apply:

[y] Member of the governing body of the sponsoring entity

1~1 Member of the governing body of the charter school

Q School officer:       ________                          „                        (State position as defined in TEC, §12.1012.)

Full Name of Sponsoring Entity Uplift Fort Wonh, CDC

Full Name of Proposed Charter School Pnme Prep Academy                                                                        ^^

In connection with the above-named organization and charter school application, I herewith make representations and supply
information about myself as hereinafter set forth. (Attach addendum or separate sheet if space hereon is insufficient to answer
any questions fully.)

IF ANSWER IS "NO" OR "NONE", SO STATE.

1. Full Name (Initials Not Acceptable)       ChaanaJones


2. Have you ever had your name changed or used another name?             [*1 Yes     CD No
                                         Mama
   If yes, give reason for the change:          ge

   Maiden name (if female): Jones

   Other names used at any time:Chazma Dionnc Brown

3. Current home address: 485   Everesl Cedar H i i l
                                                       > TX   75146



   If you are a member of the governing body of the sponsoring entity and the sponsoring entity is an out-of-state organization,
   do you reside within 50 miles of the geographic boundary of the proposed charter school?

    [x] Yes    | j No      Q N/A (because 1 am not a member of the governing body of the sponsoring entity or the
                                  sponsoring entity is based in Texas).

4. Current home telephone number:          214-530-6207


5. Education: Dates, Names, Locations and Degrees

   Coll       University Texas of Arlington 2000-2004, Arlington


   Graduate Studies:                                           __

   Others:

6. List membership(s) in professional societies and associations^
n/a




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7. List complete employment record, including self-employment (up to and including present jobs, positions, directorates or
   officerships) for the past 10 years including dates, employers, addresses and positions held:
 'apital One Financial 2000-2004
Home Loan Financial- 2004-2006
Bank of America 2006-2007
Sports Groove Online 2007- Current




8. List all businesses or organizations of which you are a partner or in whicjvypu have a majority interest:
i/a




9. List all previous experience with charter schools. Include open-enrollment schools and/or campus or program charters
including dates, charter schools/charter holders, addresses and positions held:
 'barter School Consultant - Assist charter schools with the initial visioning, organizational planning, and marketing and
ongoing management needs of school.

Life School Dallas, 915 135 LancastcrJX 75146.




10. List all previous experience with any charter school management company including dates, management company, address
and position held:                       „__„            ___        ..-_
n/a




11. List any professional, occupational, or vocational licenses issued by any public or governmental licensing agency or
    regulatory authority which you presently hold or have held in the past. State date license was issued, issuer of license, date
    terminated, reasons for termination:                                             __
n/a




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                                                          B
                                                                                                                         RFATOl-,0-,,8
12. During the last 10 years, have you ever been refused a professional, occupational or vocational license by any public or
    governmental licensing agency or regulatory authority, or has such license held by you ever been suspended or revoked?

    r   Yes (5 No
   If yes, give details:                                      .._                    ___^__               ____        ______




13. Will you be employed by or contract with the sponsoring entity, me charter school, or the managment company of the
    school?

    C   Yes     (S No      If so, please state the compensation you expect to receive.

   Also explain any other compensation you expect to receive for service on the governing bodyof the sponsoring entity.




14. Is any relative within the third degree of consanguinity (i.e., your parent, grandparent, great-granparent, child, grandchild,
    great-grandchild, sibling, aunt, uncle, niece, nephew) or within the third degree of affinity (i.e., your spouse or your spouse's
    parent, grandparent, great-granparent, child, grandchild, great-grandchild, sibling, aunt, uncle, niece, nephew) a member of
    the governing body of the sponsoring entity or of the governing body of the charter school?

    r   Yes (i No
   If so, gjve details:                                       ^                  ________                         ______




15. Will any relative(s) within the third degree of consanguinity or affinity (See definitions in Question 14 above.) be employed
    by or receive any compensation or remuneration from the sponsoring entity, charter school, or the management company of
    the charter school?

    r   Yes (8 No
   If so, give details:                                                     _____            __________




16. Have you ever been convicted of a misdemeanor involving moral turpitude; a felony; an offense listed in TEC 37.007(a); or
    an offense listed in Article 62.01(5) Code of Criminal Procedure?

    r   Yes (8 No

   If so, give details:                                    ____________




                                                    n     i   flt      .   „ -   .   A *                                      SAS 533-11
                                                    Page 3 of 4        Of) 0 lOT                                        RFA 701-10-118
17. Have you ever been adjudged bankrupt?         C Yes        <S No     If so, please provide the following information.

    Number of times adjudged bankrupt:

     Date of each bankruptcy judgment:

     Description of the circumstances surrounding each bankruptcy:




18. Have you ever been an officer, director, trustee, investment committee member, key employee, or controlling stockholder of
    any business, which, while you occupied any such position or capacity with respect to it, became insolvent, declared
    bankruptcy, or was placed under supervision or in receivership, rehabilitation, liquidation or conservatorship?

     P Yes          (• No
    If so, give details:




Dated and signed this                   day of                                                       20
/ hereby certify under penalty of perjury that I am acting on my ow/i behalf and that tfte foregoing statements are true and
correct to the best of my knowledge and belief.                                    ^/


                                                                         (S i gn ature.oy A ffian



                                                          VERIFICATION

State of

County of

On this day,                                             (name of affiant) appeared before me the undersigned notary public
and deposed that he/she executed the above instrument and that the statements and^ajiswers contained therein are true and correct
to the best of his/her knowledge and belief.                                  /-f\h                            r

Subscribed and sworn to before me this                                   day of "


                                                                                              (Notary Publi
                                                                                                              /TW
                _           (SEALj                    „                            My commission expires 'J\\
                             SHELLICE M.VAUGHN
                              NOTARY PUBLIC
                              STATE OF TEXAS
                             My CommExp. 08-04-2012




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                       Prime Prep Academy




                     Attachment E
           501 (c) 3 Determination Letter




Prime Prep Academy                          Page:
                                                    D 0 0 J 0S
INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE                              DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY
P. O. BOX 2508
CINCINNATI, OH 45201

                                       Employer Identification Number;
Date;      3 12008                       26-2079101
                                       DLN:
                                         17053133026008
UPLIFT FORT WORTH CDC                  Contact Person:
C/O EUNICE KELLEY LEE                    STEPHEN D SEOK             ID# 31125
4000 E BERRY ST                        Contact Telephone Number:
FORT WORTH, TX 7610S-4952                (877) 829-5500
                                       Accounting Period Ending-.
                                          DECEMBER 31
                                       Public Charity Status:
                                          170 (b) (1) (A) (vi)
                                       Form 990 Required:
                                          YES
                                       Effective Date of Exemption:
                                          MARCH 3, 2008
                                       Contribution Deductibility:
                                          YES
                                       Addendum Applies:
                                          NO


Dear Applicant:

We are pleased to inform you that upon review of your application for tax
 exempt-status--we have determined - that-you are exempt- from Federal—income tax——
under section soi(c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Contributions to you are
Deductible under section 170 of the Code. You are also qualified to ^receive
 tax deductible bequests, devises, transfers or gifts under section 2055, 2106
 or 2522 of the Code. Because this letter could help resolve any questions
 regarding your exempt status, you should keep it in your permanent records.

Organizations exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the Code axe further classified
as either public charities or private foundations. We determined that you are
a public charity under the Code section(s) listed in the heading of this
letter.

Please see enclosed publication 4221-PC, Compliance Guide for 501(c)(3) Public
Charities, for some helpful information about your responsibilities as an
exempt organization.




                                                              Letter   947 (DO/CG)




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                                   -2-

UPLIFT PORT WORTH CDC



We have sent a copy of this letter to your representative as indicated in your
power of attorney.

                                         Sincerely,




                                         Robert Choi
                                         Director, Exempt Organizations
                                         Rulings and Agreements

Enclosures: Publication 4221-PC




                                                             Letter   947 (DO/CG)



                                              000 1 0 5
                          Prime Prep Academy




                       Attachment F
                     Articles of Incorpration




Prime Prep Academy                              Page:   .. Q Q 1 fl (J
Corporations Section                                                                                  Phil Wilson
P.O.Box 13697                                                                                         Secretary of State
Austin, Texas 78711-3697




                               Office of the Secretary of State

                                    CERTIFICATE OF FILING
                                             OF

                                    UPLIFT FORT WORTH CDC
                                          File Number: 800945898


The undersigned, as Secretary of State of Texas, hereby certifies that a Certificate of Formation for the
above named Domestic Nonprofit Corporation has been received in this office and has been found to
conform to the applicable provisions of law.

ACCORDINGLY, the undersigned, as Secretary of State, and by virtue of the authority vested in the
secretary by law, hereby issues this certificate evidencing filing effective on the date shown below.

The issuance of this certificate does not authorize the use of a name in this state in violation of the rights
of another under the federal Trademark Act of 1946, the Texas trademark law, the Assumed Business or
Professional Name Act, or the common law.



Dated: 03/03/2008

Effective: 03/03/2008




                                                                                     Phil Wilson
                                                                                     Secretary of State




                                                000 107


                              Come visit uson the internet at http://www.sos.state.tx.us/
Phone:(512)463-5555                            Fax:(512)463-5709                          Dial: 7-1-1 for Relay Services
Prepared by: Jessica Ochoa                          TID:10306                                Document: 206619780002
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        Form 424                                                                                         This space reserved for office iise.
        (Revised 01/06)
        Return in duplicate to:
        Secretary of State
        P.O. Box 13697
        Austin, TX 78711-3697                         Certificate of Amendment
        512463-5555         ,                                                                                C
        FAX:-512/463-5709                                                                                      ^orat/ons Section
        Filing Fee: See instructions




        The name of the filing entity is:

       UPLIFT FORT WORTH CDC
        State the name of the entity as currently shown in the records of the secretary of state. If the amendment changes the name
        of the entity, state the old name and not the new name.

        The filing entity is a: (Select the appropriate entity type below.)
        n For-profit Corporation                                         d Professional Corporation
        H Nonprofit Corporation                                           D Professional Limited Liability Company
        D Cooperative Association                                        D Professional Association
        C Limited Liability Company                                       D Limited Partnership

        The file number issued to the filing entity by the secretary of state is: 0800945898
        The date of formation of the entity is:              March 3. 2008



                                                              1. Amended Name
                    (If the purpose of the certificate of amendment is to change the name of the entity, use the following statement)
        The amendment changes the certificate of formation to change the article or provision that names the
        filing entity. The article or provision is amended to read as follows:

        The name of the filing entity is: (state the new name of the entity below)


        Toe name of the entity must contain an organizational designation or accepted abbreviation of such term, as applicable.


                                         2. Amended Registered Agent/Registered Office

        The amendment changes the certificate of formation to change the article or provision stating the
        name of the registered agent and the registered office address of the filing entity. The article^or7
        provision is amended to read as follows:                                                  > .< "\


                                                                  000108
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                                                               Registered Agent
                                            (Complete either A or B, but not both. Also complete C.)
        PI A. The registered agent is an organization (canuot be entity named above) by the name of:


        OR
        CD B. The registered agent is an individual resident of the state whose name is:

        First Name                                      MJ.                 Last Name                                   Suffix

        C. The business address of the registered agent and the registered office address is:
                                                                                                          TX
        Street Address (No P.O Sox)                                          Gty                          State   Zip Code


                                          3. Other Added, Altered, or Deleted Provisions
        Other changes or additions lo the certificate of formation may be made in the space provided below. If the space provided
        is insufficient, incorporate (he additional text by providing an attachment to this form. Please read the instructions to this
        form for further information on format.
       Text Area (The attached addendum, if auy, is incoiporated herein by reference.)

        0 Add each of the following provisions to the certificate of formation. The identification or
        reference of the added provision and the full text are as follows:
            Add Board Members: Carl Dorvil - COO and Chazma Jones - Treasurer
            LEAVE ON FILE BOARD MEMBERS:
            DL Wallace - Chairman/CEO, William M. Jackson • Director and Erica Wilson - Secretary
            All Board Members address shall be: 4000 E. Berry Street- Fort Worth, TX 76105-4952


            Alter each of the following provisions of the certificate of formation. The identification or
        reference of the altered provision and the full text of the provision as amended are as follows:




              Delete each of the provisions identified below from the certificate of formation.




        The amendments to the certificate of formation have been approved in the manner required by the
        Texas Business Organizations Code and by the governing documents of the entity.

                                                                   oo              o
       Fonn 424
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        A. 0 This document becomes effective when the document is filed by the secretary of state.
        B. C) This document becomes effective at a later date, which is not more than ninety (90) days from
        the date of signing. The delayed effective date is:
        C. [D This document takes effect upon the occurrence of a future event or fact, other than the
        passage of time. The 90tb day after the date of signing is:
        The following event or fact will cause the document to take effect in the manner described below:




        The undersigned signs this document subject to the penalties imposed by law for the submission of a
        materially false or fraudulent instrument.


        Date:     1/31/2011 by Director




                                                            Signature and title of authorized person(s) (see instructions)




      Fonn 424


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        Form 403                                                                                   This space reserved for office use.
        (Revised 01/06)

        Return in duplicate to:                                                                                  FILED
        Secretary of State                                                                                In the Office of the
        P.O. Box 13697                                                                                 Secretary of State of Texas
                                                      Certificate of Correction
        Austin, TX 78711-3697                                                                                   DEC 01 2010
        512463-5555
        FAX: 512/463-5709                                                                              Corporations Section
        Filing Fee: SIS




        The name of the filing entity is:

        UPLIFT FORT WORTH CDC
        State the name of the entity as currently shown in the records of the secretary of state. If the certificate of correction
        corrects the name of the entity, state the present name and not the name as it will be corrected.
        The file number issued to the filing entity by the secretary of state is:                 0800945898




        The filing instrument to be corrected is : Certificate of Formation
        The date the filing instrument was filed with the secretary of state:                     03/03/2008
                                                                                                                nan/dd/yyyy




                The entity name is inaccurate or erroneously stated. The corrected entity name is:


        O The registered agent name is inaccurate or erroneously stated, The corrected registered agent
        name is:
                                                        Corrected Registered Agent
                                                    (Complete either A or B, but not both.)
        A. The registered agent is an organization (cannot be entity named above) by the name of:



        OR

        B. The registered agent is an individual resident of the state whose name is:

        First                                               Last Name                                                         Suffix




       Form 403




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        PI The registered office address is inaccurate or erroneously stated. The corrected registered office
        address is:
                                               Corrected Registered Office Address

                                                                                         TX
        Street Address (No P.O. Box)                          City                       Stale   Zip Code


        I I The purpose of the entity is inaccurate or erroneously stated. The purpose is corrected to read as
        follows:



        CH The period of duration of the entity is inaccurate or erroneously stated.
        The period of duration is corrected to read as follows:




        H Other errors and corrections. The following inaccuracies and errors in the filing instrument are
        corrected as follows:
        O Add Each of the following provisions was omitted and should be added to the filing instrument,
        The identification or reference of each added provision and the full text of the provision is set forth
        below.




        £3 Alter The following identified provisions of the filing instrument contain inaccuracies or errors
        to be corrected, The full text of each corrected provision is set forth below:
        CORRECTION TO BE MADE:
          LAST NAME OF BOARD MEMBER erroneously stated as: D. L, WATSON

        Should read: D. L. WALLACE




            Delete Eaclof the provisions identified below was included in error and should be deleted.




       Form 403




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              Defective Execution       The filing instrument was defectively or erroneously signed, sealed,
        acknowledged or verified.        Attached is a correctly signed, sealed, acknowledged or verified
        instrument.


        The filing instrument identified in this certificate was an inaccurate record of the event or transaction
        evidenced in the instrument, contained an inaccurate or erroneous statement, or was defectively or
        erroneously signed, sealed, acknowledged or verified- This certificate of correction is submitted for
        the purpose of correcting the filing instrument


        After the secretary- of state files the certificate of correction, the filing instrument is considered to have
        been corrected on the date the filing instrument was originally filed except as to persons adversely
        affected. As to persons adversely affected by the correction, the filing instrument is considered to
        have been corrected on the date the certificate of correction is filed by the secretary of state.



        The undersigned signs this document subject to the penalties imposed by law for the submission of a
        materially false or fraudulent instrument


                    November 18, 2010
        Date        bv Director




                                                            SignaUire and title of authorized person (see instructions)




                                                    000 i i 9
       Form 403
JForm 202

 Secretary of State                                                                                            Filed in the Office of the
JP.O. Box13697                                                                                               Secretary of State of Texas
 Austin, TX 78711-3697                                                                                  Filing #: 800945898 03/03/2008
 IF AX: 512/463-5709                                                                                        Document #: 206619780002
                                                  Certificate of Formation                            Image Generated Electronically
Filing Fee; $25                                    Nonprofit Corporation                                                for Web Filing
                                                         Article 1 - Corporate Name
The filing entity formed is a nonprofit corporation. The name of the entity is :
UPLIFT FORT WORTHCDC
 The name must not be the same as, deceptively similar to that of an existing corporate, limited liability company, or limited partnership name on file
I with the secretary of state. A preliminary check for the "name availability" is recommended.
                                         Article 2 - Registered Agent and Registered Office
VA. The initial registered agent is an organization (cannot be corporation named above) by the name of:

                                                             OR
|I?B. The initial registered agent is an individual resident of the state whose name is set forth below:
Name:
 Eunice Kelley Lee
C. The business address dfthe registered agent and the registered office address is:
Street Address:
4000 E. Berry St.               Fort Worth TX 76105-4952
                                           Article 3 - Management (Complete items A or B)
P A. Management of the affairs of the corporation is to be vested solely in the members of the corporation.
                                                           OR
W\ B. Management of the affairs of the corporation is to be vested in its board of directors. The number of directors,
which must be a minimum of three, that constitutes the initial board of directors and the names and addresses of the
persons who are to serve as directors until the first annual meeting or until their successors are elected and qualified
are set forth below.
[Director i: William McKinley Jackson Jr                                                                     Title: Director
Address 1716 Bunch Drive                    Fort WortlTfxT USA 76112
birector 2 D. L. Watson                                                                                      Title: Director
Address P. O. Box 535426                   Grand Prairie TX, USA 75053
lOirectorS: EriC3        WilSOH                                                                              Title: Director
           2 7 1 6 t h a n i n i s c h " " " ~

                                                     Article 4 - Organization Structure
                                                    (You must select either A ot B beiow)
T1 A. The corporation will have members.
l?i B. The corporation will not have members.
                                                               Article 5 - Purpose
|The corporation is organized for the following purpose or purposes:
Said Corporation is organized exclusively for charitable, religious,
educational, testing for public safety, literary and scientific purposes,
 including, for such purposes, the making of distributions of organizations that
qualify as exempt organizations under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue
Code, or corresponding section of any future federal code.

[The general purposes and powers are to have and exercise all rights and powers
conferred on non-profit Corporations under the laws of Texas, or which may
hereafter be conferred, including the power to contract, rent, buy or sell

                                                             000114
personal or real property, provided, however, notwithstanding any of the above
statements of purposes and power, this Corporation shall not, except to an
insubstantial degree, engage in any activities or exercise any powers that are
ftot in furtherance of the primary purpose of this Corporation. The Corporation
{reserves the right to create and/or provide any program to help alleviate the
heeds of a stressed community.

We shall not issue stock.

                             Supplemental Provisions / Information
ARTICLE 6 - MANAGEMENT
The affairs of the Corporation shall be managed by a Board of Directors, and a
majority of the members of Directors then fixed by the by-laws, excluding
vacancies, shall constitute a quorum; provided, however, a quorum shall not be
{less than one-third (1/3) of the number of Directors then fixed by the by-laws.
[The number of such Board of Directors will be fixed from time to time by
by-laws, but at no time shall the board be less than three (3) members, nor more
than seven (7) members. The Corporation will not have members. The officers
of the Corporation shall be a President, a Vice President, a Secretary and a
 Treasurer, and such other officers as may be provided for in the by-laws. The
selection process for the board members, as well as their terms, removal, and
duties shall be as provided for in the by-laws of the Corporation.

(ARTICLE 7 - LIABILITY OF DIRECTORS
[A Director is not liable to the Corporation or its members for monetary damages
for an act or omission in the Director's capacity as Director except to the
extent otherwise provided by a statue of the State of Texas.

ARTICLE 8 - CUMULATIVE VOTING
Cumulative voting by the members is prohibited.

ARTICLE 9 - ACTION WITHOUT A MEETING BY DIRECTORS/COMMITTEES
Any action required by the Texas Non-Profit Corporation Act to be taken at a
meeting of the Directors of the Corporation or any action that may be taken at a
meeting of the members of any committee may be taken without a meeting if a
consent in writing, setting forth the action to be taken, is signed by a
sufficient number of Directors or committee members as would be necessary to
take that action at a meeting at which all of the Directors, or members of the
committee were present and voted.

ARTICLE 10-FUNDING
In order to carry out its purposes the Corporation shall be funded primarily by
private donations of money, goods and/or services from community residents,
including individuals, Corporations, clubs, associations and other
organizations. When appropriate, said Corporation, may also receive funding in
the form of money, goods or services from the federal, state and local
governments as long as the receipt of such funds does not violate any law or
cause the Corporation to lose its tax-exempt status under the United States
Internal Revenue Code then in effect. In all such instances, the Board of
Directors will determine the appropriateness of such funding and the
Corporation's acceptance of the funds.

ARTICLE 11 - RESTRICTIONS

                                      000 i i 5
 No part of the net earnings of the organization shall inure to the benefit of,
 or be distributable to its members, trustees, officers, or other private
 persons, except that the organization shall be authorized and empowered to pay
 reasonable compensation for services rendered and to make payments and
 distributions in furtherance of the purposes set forth in the purpose clause
 hereof. No substantial part of the activities of the organization shall be the
 carrying on of propaganda, or otherwise attempting to influence legislation, and
 the organization shall not participate in, or intervene in (including the
 publishing or distribution of statements) any political campaign on behalf of
"any candidate for public office. Notwithstanding any other provision of this
 document, the organization shall not carry on any other activities not permitted
 *o be carried on (a) by an organization exempt from federal income tax under
 section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, or corresponding section of any
{future federal tax code, or (b) by an organization, contributions to which are
 deductible under section
170(c}(2) of the Internal Revenue Code, or corresponding section of any future
{federal tax code.

Notwithstanding any other provision, the Corporation shall not conduct or carry
on any activities not permitted to be conducted or carried on by an organization
exempt from taxation under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and
its Regulations as they now exist or as they may hereafter be amended.

ARTICLE 12 - DISSOLUTION
The Corporation may be dissolved upon the affirmative vote of two-thirds (2/3)
of the members of its Board then in office, to take place at a meeting of the
Board called for that purpose, or upon the written consent of all members of the
Board entitled to vote thereon.

Upon dissolution of the Corporation or the winding up of its affairs, the assets
of the Corporation shall be distributed by the Board exclusively to Texas
{non-profit organizations which would then qualify under the provisions of
Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and its Regulation as they now
exist or as they may hereafter be amended.

Assets shall be distributed for one or more exempt purposes within the meaning
of section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, or corresponding section of
any future federal tax code, or shall be distributed to the federal government,
or to a state or local government, for a public purpose. Any such assets not
disposed of shall be disposed of by the Court of Common Pleas of the county in
which the principal office of the organization is then located, exclusively for
Such purposes or to such organization or organizations, as said Court shall
determine, which are organized and operated exclusively for such purposes.

[ARTICLE 13 - AMENDMENTS
Amendments to these Articles shall require the affirmative vote of three-fourths
<3/4) of the purpose.

E
(The attached addendum, if any, is incorporated herein by reference.]



                                                         Effectiveness of Filing
      This document becomes effective when the document is filed by the secretary of state.
     __                    __        __           _               _ J?R            __„   __

                                                            000 1 1 f t
iB.    his document becomes effective at a later date, which is not more than ninety (90) days from the date of its
signing. The delayed effective date is:
                                                     Organizer
[The name and address of the organizer are set forth below.
Rev. Wm. McKinlev Jackson                    4000 E. Berry St. - Fort Worth. TX 76105
                                                      Execution
The undersigned signs this document subject to the penalties imposed by law for the submission of a materially false
^r fraudulent instrument.
William McKinlev Jackson
Signature of organizer.

 FILING OFFICE COPY




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                       Prime Prep Academy




                     Attachment G
             Bylaws of Sponsoring Entity




Prime Prep Academy                          Page:
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                                                      !
                                       BYLAWS OF
                                 UPLIFT FORT WORTH CDC
                                    A Texas Non-Projlt Corporation



                                ARTICLE I - NAME AND PURPOSE
Section 1: The name of the organization shall be UPLIFT FORT WORTH CDC.

Section 2: UPLIFT FORT WORTH CDC is formed exclusively for charitable, religious, educational,
testing for public safety, literary and scientific purposes, more specifically to provide charitable services to
the families in our community, as well as creating any and all programs that will relieve and/or revive a
stressed community.

                                   ARTICLE II - MEMBERSHIP
Section 1: Membership shall only consist of the members of the Board of Directors.

                                    ARTICLE III - ANNUAL MEETING
Section 1: Annual Meeting. The date of the regular annual meeting shall be set by the Board of
Directors who shall also set the tjme and place.

Section 2: Special Meetings. The President or the Executive Committee may call special meetings.

Section 3: Notice. Notice of each meeting shall be given to each voting member, by mail, not less than
ten days before the meeting.

                                  ARTICLE IV- BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Section 1: Board Role, Size, and Compensation. The Board is responsible for overall policy and
direction of the organization, and the delegation of responsibility for day-to-day operations to the
organization's Director and committees, The Board shall have up to eleven (11) and not fewer than three
(3) members. The Board receives no compensation other than reasonable reimbursement of expenses or
compensation paid for services rendered to or for the corporation affecting one or more of its purposes.
No part of the net earnings of the Corporation shall lure to the benefit of, or be distributable to its
directors, officers or other private persons, except that the Corporation shall be authorized and
empowered to pay reasonable compensation for services in the furtherance of the purposes set forth in
Article 5 of the Corporation's Articles of Formation.

Section 2: Meetings. The Board shall regularly meet at such times and places as shall be designated,
from time to time, by resolution of the Board.

Section 3: Board Elections. Election of new directors or election of current directors to a second term
will occur as the first item of business at the annual meeting of the corporation. Directors will be elected
by a majority vote of the current directors.

Section 4: Terms. All Board members shall serve two (2) year terms, but are eligible for re-election.

Section 5: Quorum. A quorum must be attended by at least one-third (1/3) of the Board members before
business can be transacted or motions made or passed.

Section 6: Notice. An official Board meeting requires that each Board member have written notice two
weeks in advance.

Section 7. Officers and Duties. There shall be an Executive Director (who does not have voting
privileged, but can sign legal documents for the Board), and a minimum of four officers of the Board
consisting of a President, Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer. Their duties are as follows:

The President shall convene regularly scheduled Board meetings, shall preside or arrange for other
members of the executive committee to preside at each meeting in the following order:



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The Vice-President will preside over committees on special subjects as designated by the Board.

The Secretary shall be responsible for keeping records of Board actions, including overseeing the taking
of minutes at all Board meetings, sending out meeting announcements, distributing copies of minutes and
the agenda to each Board member, and assuring that corporate records are maintained.

The Treasurer shall make a report at each Board meeting. The Treasurer shall President the Finance
Committee, assist in the preparation of the budget, help develop fundraising plans, and
make financial information available to Board members and the public.

The Executive Director is a paid staff member and shall be in attendance at Board meetings and cannot
vote on Board issues. The Executive Director implements the strategic goals and objectives of the
organization; with the chair (President), enables the Board to fulfill its governance function;
give direction and leadership toward the achievement of the organization's philosophy, mission, strategy,
and its annual goals and objectives.

Section 8: Vacancies. When a vacancy on the Board exists, the Secretary may receive nominations for
new members from present Board members two weeks in advance of a Board meeting.

These nominations shall be sent out to Board members with the regular Board meeting announcement, to
be voted upon at the next Board meeting. These vacancies will be filled only to the end of the particular
Board member's term.

Section 9: Removal. An Officer may be removed from office for cause by affirmative majority vote of the
Board present at any duly called meeting; provided, however, that in no vent shall an Officer be removed
from office without the affirmative vote or at lease one-half (1/2) of the Directors. The conduct for which
an Officer any be removed includes, but is not limited to, conduct constituting gross misconduct, fraud, or
indictment by any local or federal court, theft, embezzlement or bribery. An Officer is also subject to
removal if he or she has three (3) unexcused absences from a Board Meeting during a calendar year. A
Director seeking removal of an Officer must submit, to the President and the Executive Director, a request
stating the grounds for removal. The request must be submitted thirty (30 days before the meeting at
which such removal is to be considered.

Section 9: Resignation, Termination and Absences. Resignation from the Board must be in writing
and received by the Secretary. A Board member shall be dropped for excessive absences from the
Board if s/he has three (3) unexcused absences from the Board meetings in a year. A Board member
may be removed for other reasons by a three-fourths vote of the remaining directors.

Section 10: Special Meetings. Special meetings of the Board shall be called upon the request of the
President or one-third of the Board. The Secretary shall send out notices of special meetings to each
Board member postmarked two weeks in advance.

                                     ARTICLE V - COMMITTEES
Section 1: The Board may create committees as needed, such as fundraising, housing, etc. The Board
President appoints all committee Presidents.

Section 2:      Standing Committees.       The Executive Committee, the Finance Committee, the
Development Committee, and the Volunteers Committee shall comprise the standing committees of the
Corporation (the "Standing Committees"). The chairpersons and co-chairs of each Standing Committee,
except the Executive Committee shall be appointed by the President and must be Directors. The
chairpersons and co-chairs of each Standing Committee, except the Executive Committee, shall appoint
members to their respective committee and be responsible for reporting to the Board as to the activities of
their respective committee. The chair and co-chair of each standing committee, except for the Executive
Committee and the Finance Committee shall serve for a term of at least one {1} year and may be
reappointed for an additional one (1) year term. The chair and co-chair shall appoint a chair of each
subcommittee created by his or her Standing Committee, and a chair or co-chair may also be a
subcommittee chairperson. Four members of each committee shall constitute a quorum and the act of a
majority of the members present at a meeting at which a quorum is present shall be the act of the
committee. All standing committees shall be composed of Board members only, except for the Volunteer
Committee.


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Section 3: The four officers serve as the members of the Executive Committee. Except for the power to
amend the Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws, the Executive Committee shall have all of the powers
and authority of the Board of Directors in the intervals between meetings of the Board of Directors,
subject to the direction and control of the Board of Directors.

Section 4: Finance Committee. The Treasurer is President of the Finance Committee, which includes
three other Board members. The Finance Committee is responsible for developing and reviewing fiscal
procedures, a fundraising plan, and annual budget with staff and other Board members. The Board must
approve the budget, and all expenditures must be within the budget. The Board or the Executive
Committee must approve any change in the budget.

The fiscal year shall be the calendar year. Annual reports are required to be submitted to the Board
showing income, expenditures and pending income. The financial records of the organization are public
information and shall be made available to the membership, Board members and the public.

                                ARTICLE VI - AMENDMENTS
Section 1: These Bylaws may be amended when necessary by a two-thirds majority of the Board of
Directors. Proposed amendments must be submitted to the Secretary to be sent out with
regular Board announcements.

                                    ARTICLE VII - TAX PROVISIONS
Section 1: Compliance with Internal Revenue Code. No part of the net earnings of the corporation
shall insure to the benefit of any Director or officer of the Corporation (except that reasonable
compensation may be paid for services rendered to or for the Corporation affecting one or more of its
purposes), and no Director or officer of the Corporation shall be entitled to share in the distribution of any
of the corporate assets on dissolution of the corporation. No substantial part of the activities of the
Corporation shall be the carrying on of propaganda, or otherwise attempting to influence legislation, and
the Corporation shall not participate in, or intervene in (including the publication or distribution of
statements) any political campaign on behalf of any candidate for public office.

Notwithstanding any other provision of these Bylaws, the Corporation shall not conduct or carry on any
activities not permitted to be conducted or carried on by an organization exempt from taxation under
Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and its Regulations as they now exist or as they may
hereafter be amended.

Upon dissolution of the Corporation or the winding up of its affairs, the assets of the Corporation shall be
distributed by the Board exclusively to Texas non-profit organizations which would then qualify under the
provisions of Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and its Regulation as they now exist or as
they may hereafter be amended.

                                    ARTICLE VIII - POLICY MANUAL
Section 1: Policy Manual. Policies may be adopted at any duly called meeting of the Board of
Directors. These policies will be placed in a "Policy Manual." Such policies may be repealed in the same
manner by which they were adopted.

                                 ARTICLE IX - BOOKS AND RECORDS
Section 1: Required Books and Records. The Corporation will keep correct and complete books and
 records of account. The books and records will include: a) a file-endorsed copy of all documents filed
with the Texas Secretary of State relating to the Corporation, including but not limited to the Articles of
Incorporation, and any Articles of Amendment, Restated Articles, Articles of Merger, Articles of
Consolidation, and Statement of Change of Registered Office or Registered Agent; b) a copy of all
bylaws, including these Bylaws, and any amended versions or amendments to them; c) minutes of the
proceedings of the Board and committees having any of the authority of the Board; d) a list of the names
and addresses of the Directors, officers, and any committee members of the Corporation; e) a financial
statement showing the Corporation's assets, liabilities, and net worth; f) a financial, statement showing the
Corporation's income and expenses for the three most recent fiscal years; g) all rulings, letters, and other
documents relating to the Corporation's federal, state, and local tax status; and (h) the Corporation's
federal, state and local tax information or income tax returns for each of the Corporation's three most
recent tax years.


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Section 2: Inspection and Copying. Any Director, officer, or committee member of the Corporation
may inspect and receive copies of all the corporate books and records required to be kept under the
Bylaws. Such a person may, by written request, inspect or receive copies if he or she has a proper
purpose related to his or her interest in the Corporation. He or she may do so through his or her attorney
or other duly authorized representative. The inspection may take place at a reasonable time no later than
three (3) working days after the Corporation receives a proper written request. The Corporation will
provide requested copies of books or records no later than ten (10) working days after receiving a proper
written request. The Board may establish reasonable copying fees, which may cover the cost of
materials, equipment and labor.

                                     CERTIFICATE OF SECRETARY
I certify that I am the duly elected and acting Secretary of UPLIFT FORT WORTH CDC and that these
Bylaws constitute the Corporation's Bylaws, which were duly adopted at a meeting of the Board of
Directors, held on the 6      day of March 2008.

Secretary of the Corporation:


Signature:   frUi>               _               Date:


Printed Name:

ERICA WILSON




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                        Prime Prep Academy




                     Attachment H
                     Organizational Chart




Prime Prep Academy                           Page:

                                                000 123
Organizational Chart




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                      Prime Prep Academy




                     Attachment I
         Supplemental Human Resources
               Information Forms




Prime Prep Academy                         Page:

                                               000 125
                               Sixteenth Generation Open-Enrollment Charter Application
                                   Supplemental Human Resources Information Form
                                                            (MUST be typed)

ANY areas left blank will result in the application being deemed "INCOMPLETE" during the review process.

          Enter the name of the sponsoring entity: Uplift Fort Worth

          Enter the name of the proposed charter school: brime Prep Academy



  Position: |CEO/Superintendent                              Reports to: [Charter Holder Board of Directors


                                          Salary not to exceed:     |$ 105,782.00


  List any other potential form of remuneration (i.e., car allowance, cell phone, memberships, travel or housing allowance, etc...) to be
  given to the individual in this position. In none, please state N/A.
  fday include cell phone, membership(s), travel allowance, and life insurance




  Proposed Location (City and County): fort Worth, TX Tarrant County

 Number of Students anticipated in year one: 650                      In year five:


 Minimum Qualifications Required:
  Education Required:           Bachelor's Degree Required; Masters Degree Preferred.




  Experience Required:          (Minimum of 3 years classroom exerpience ot the equivalency of experence in other administrative
                                 ettings.



  Certification Required:       talid Texas Administrators Certificate Preferredbut not reqired.




  Complete the following using information gathered from three different traditional districts comparable in size, student make-up, and
  location. A traditional district is identified by the abbreviation ISO or CISD. County district numbers may be accessed on line through
  the Texas Education Directory found at http://mansfield.tea.state.tx.us/TEA.AskTED.Wcb/Forms/Home.aspx. Additionally, traditional
  districts will not have an eight as the fourth digit in the county district number (CDN).

                                                                                                # of Students
  Name of District                                 CDN         Located in (City)                Served          Salary Range
  3lue Ridge ISD                                   343917      Slue Ridge                       532             105,000

  Sunnyvale ISD                                    357919      Sunnyvale                       B06              104,800

  Walon ISD                                        )70901      "\valon                         520              33,427
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                                                            000 126
                               Sixteenth Generation Open-Enrollment Charter Application
                                   Supplemental Human Resources Information Form
                                                    (MUST be typed)

ANY areas left blank will result in the application being deemed "INCOMPLETE" during the review process.


      Enter the name of the sponsoring entity:      Uplift Fort Worth
      Enter the name of the proposed charter school:     'rime Prep Academy



  Position: CEO/Superintendent                            . Reports to: Charter Holder Board of Directors

  Job Duties: List up to 10 key duties this individual will perform.

  1. ^ead/manage all operations in accordance with the law, broad policies, and broad directions


  2. Model/promote the highest standard of conduct, ethical principles, and integrity in decision making/actions/ behavior


  3. Establish culture by faclitating the development/articulation, implementation/stewardship of a shared vision of learning


  4. Implement effective strategies for attracting, assimilating, assessing, developing engaging, retaining, and releasing staff


  5. With the Broad, define policies for responding to influencing the larger political/legal/social/economic/cutural contexts


  6. Develop/implement an effective/comprehensive internal/external communication plan and public relations program


  7. Lead/Manaage organizations, operations, and resources for safe, efficient, and effective learning environment


  8. Perform effective budget pfanning/managemen,accounting auditing, establish controls for complete/accurate fiscal reporting


  9. Facilitate design/implementation of curricula/stategic plans to enhance teaching/learning; align curriculum/resoures/assess


  10. Advocate/ nuture/sustain a culture and instructional program conducive to a student learning and staff growth



    If a charter is awarded, this document becomes part of the original application. Changes to this
    information must be documented in the minutes of an open meeting of the charter holder board.




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                                                                 Page 2 of 2                                                 RFA 701-10-118


                                                             000 127
                               Sixteenth Generation Open-Enrollment Charter Application
                                   Supplemental Human Resources Information Form
                                                   (MUST be typed)

ANY areas left blank will result in the application being deemed "INCOMPLETE" during the review process.

           Enter the name of the sponsoring entity: Uplift Fort Worth

                                                            D
           Enter the name of the proposed charter school;       rime Prep Academy



  Position: 3rincipal                                       Reports to: Superintendent


                                          Salary not to exceed:      $73,290.00


  List any other potential form of remuneration (i.e., car allowance, cell phone, memberships, travel or housing allowance, etc...) to be
  given to the individual in this position. In none, please state N/A.
  Va




  Proposed Location (City and County): "ort Worth , Tarrant County

  Number of Students anticipated in year one: 550                      In year five:

 Minimum Qualifications Required:
  Education Required-           Bachelors Dergree or related degree plus equivalent experience; Master's Degree Preferred




  Experience Required:           Minimum of three years classroom experience as a classroom teacher




  Certification Required:        /alis Texas Administrtors Certificate perferred not required




 Complete the following using information gathered from three different traditional districts comparable in size, student make-up, and
 location. A traditional district is identified by the abbreviation ISO or CISD. County district numbers may be accessed on line through
 the Texas Education Directory found at http://rnansfigld.tea.state.tx.us/TEA.AskTED.Wcb/Forrns/HoiTie.aspx. Additionally, traditional
 districts will not have an eight as the fourth digit in the county district number (CDN).
                                                                                                # of Students
  Name of District                                 CDN           Located in (City)              Served          Salary Range
  Jlue Ridge ISO                                   D43917        Jlue Ridge                     532             561,732

  iunnyvalelSD                                     )57919        Sunnyvale                      J06             5 104,800

  Walon ISO                                        )70901        ^valon                        620              $93,247

                                                                                                                               SAS533-11
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                                                                000 128
                                    Sixteenth Generation Open-Enrollment Charter Application
                                        Supplemental Human Resources Information Form
                                                        (MUST be typed)

ANY areas left blank will result in the application being deemed "INCOMPLETE" during the review process.

          Enter the name of the sponsoring entity:        Iplift Fort Worth

          Enter the name of the proposed charter school:        Prime Prep Academy

  Position: Principal                                               Reports to:    Superintendent

 Job Duties: List up to 10 key duties this individual will perform.


  1. >'articipate in develoment/evaluation of education profirams,support, innovative programs promote, use, of technology


 2.      Promote positive/caring learning climate, deal sensitivicly/fairly with diverse cultures, communicate effectively-staff/student!


  ->•     Participate in development of campus improvement plans withstafflparrents/community


  4. Ensure school safety


  5. Mentor instructional staff


  6. Provide professional development staff


  7. Promote educationalgrowth amoung staff and students


  8. Participate in staffing decisions


  9.       operate the schools within the laws,rules,and programs, specifically related to the operation of charter schools


  10.     Facility management and care



        If a charter is awarded, this document becomes part of the original application. Changes to this
        information must be documented in the minutes of an open meeting of the charter holder board.




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                                                                        Page2of2
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                                                                   000 129
                               Sixteenth Generation Open-Enrollment Charter Application
                                    Supplemental Human Resources Information Form
                                                    (MUST be typed)

ANY areas left blank will result in the application being deemed "INCOMPLETE" during the review process.

          Enter the name of the sponsoring entity:    Jplift Fort Worth

          Enter the name of the proposed charter school:     'rime Prep Academy



  Position: ^countant/Business Manager/Financial Office Reports to: Superintendent


                                          Salary not to exceed:      $65,000


  List any other potential form of remuneration (i.e., car allowance, cell phone, memberships, travel or housing allowance, etc...) to be
  given to the individual in this position, hi none, please state N/A.
  M/A




  Proposed Location (City and County): :ort Worth, Tarrant County

 Number of Students anticipated in year one: 350                        In year five:


 Minimum Qualifications Required:
  Education Required:           bachelor's Degree in Accounting or Business Administration perferred, nor required. Broad may
                                accept an applicant based on document experience and knowledege of GAAP.



 Experience Required:           Minimum of 3 years experience in office practices working with automated financial accounting
                                iystems. Experienced interpreting rules/regulations/polices and prodcedures. Extensive
                                cnowledge of word processing/spreadsheets/office equiment and accounting procedures.


 Certification Required:        N/A




 Complete the following using information gathered from three different traditional districts comparable in size, student make-up, and
 location. A traditional district is identified by the abbreviation ISD or CISD. County district numbers may be accessed on line through
 the Texas Education Directory found at http://mansfield.tea.state.tx.usArEA.AskTED.Web/Forms/Home.aspx. Additionally, traditional
 districts will not have an eight as the fourth digit in the county district number (CDN).

                                                                                               # of Students
  Name of District                                CDN          Located in (City)               Served           Salary Range
  Slue Ridge ISD                                  343917       3lue Ridge                      532             ?68,236

  Sunnyvale ISD                                   357919       Sunnyvale                       806             565,000

 <\valon ISD                                      370901       \valon                          520             >70,635

                                                                                                                              SAS533-11
                                                                  Page 1 of 2
                                                                                                                           RFA 701-10-118


                                                            000 1 3 9
                                 Sixteenth Generation Open-Enrollment Charter Application
                                     Supplemental Human Resources Information Form
                                                            (MUST be typed)

ANY areas left blank will result in the application being deemed "INCOMPLETE" during the review process.

         Enter the name of the sponsoring entity:    Uplift Foil Worth

         Enter the name of the proposed charter school:   Prime Prep Academy


  Position:     Accountant/BusinessManager/Financial Off       Reports to:   Superintendent

 Job Duties: List up to 10 key duties this individual will perform.

  1. Process record routine accounting transactions related to payment and receipt of money


  2. Records transactions into the charter schools' preferred accounting software


  3. \pplies principles of accounting to analyze financial information and prepare financial reports


  4. vlay establish/midify/document/coordinate implementation and prepare financial reports


  5.   Maintain records through filing, retrieval,retention, storage, complication,coding,updating and purging


  6. Drepartion of budget based on previous years actual to guide the budget process.


  7. Files monthly reports to the superintendent for Broad analysis of schools financial status


       Responsible for reporting PEIMS data inthe appropriate formatt


  9. Responsible for reporting to government agencies


  10. :*erforms all duties as assigned by the superintendent



       If a charter is awarded, this document becomes part of the original application. Changes to this
       information must be documented in the minutes of an open meeting of the charter holder board.




                                                                                                                    SAS 533-11
                                                                  Page2of2
                                                                                                                 RFA 701-10-118

                                                               00 0
                              Sixteenth Generation Open-Enrollment Charter Application
                                   Supplemental Human Resources Information Form
                                                   (MUST be typed)

ANY areas left blank will result in the application being deemed "INCOMPLETE" during the review process.

          Enter the name of the sponsoring entity:   Jplift Fort Worth

                                                            3
           Enter the name of the proposed charter school:    rime Prep Academy



  Position: Administrative Assistant                        Reports to: 3rincpal


                                          Salary not to exceed:      $26,413.00


  List any other potential form of remuneration (i.e., car allowance, cellphone, memberships, travel or housing allowance, etc...) to be
  given to the individual in this position. In none, please state N/A.




  Proposed Location (City and County): :ort Worth Tarrant County

  Number of Students anticipated in year one: 550                     In year five:

 Minimum Qualifications Required:

  Education Required:           -ligh School Diploma or GED




  Experience Required:          Dne year work experience; Minimum typing speed of 65WPM; working knowledge of Microsoft
                                Dfflce Application



  Certification Required:       -J/A




 Complete the following using information gathered from three different traditional districts comparable in size, student make-up, and
 location. A traditional district is identified by the abbreviation ISD or CISD. County district numbers may be accessed on line through
 the Texas Education Directory found at http://mansfieid.tea.state.tx.us/TEA.AskTED.Web/FonTis/Home.aspx. Additionally, traditional
 districts will not have an eight as the fourth digit in the county district number (CDN).
                                                                                               # of Students
  Name of District                                CDN           Located in (City)              Served          Salary Range
  3lue Ridge ISD                                  )43917        3lue Ridge                    532              >24,607


  Sunnyvale ISD                                   )57919        Sunnyvale                     B06              526,413

  <Walon 15D                                      570901        <Walon                        620              >2 1,5000

                                                                                                                               SAS533-11
                                                                  Page 1 of2
                                                                                                                           RFA 701-10-118

                                                                000132
                                 Sixteenth Generation Open-Enrollment Charter Application
                                     Supplemental Human Resources Information Form
                                                      (MUST be typed)

ANY areas left blank will result in the application being deemed "INCOMPLETE" during the review process.

      Enter the name of the sponsoring entity:      Uplift Fort Worth

      Enter the name of the proposed charter school:       PlimC PTCp Academy


 Position:    Administrtive Assistant                        Reports to:    Principal

 Job Duties: List up to 10 key duties this individual will perform.

    r'erform general clerical duties to include but not limited to: photocopying,faxing,mailing, and filing


  2. Support staff assigned projects


  3. \nswer telephones and transfer to approiate staff member


 4. Maintain and distribute staff weekly schedule


  5. Setup and coordinate meetings and conferences


  6. Coordinate and maintain records for staff office space, phones, parking, company credit cards and office keys


  7. Sign for and distribute UPS.Fed EX/ Airborne Packages


  8. Meet and greet clients and vistors


  9. Research, price, and purchase offuce funiture and supplies


  10. Dther duties as assigned



   If a charter is awarded, this document becomes part of the original application. Changes to this
   information must be documented in the minutes of an open meeting of the charter holder board.




                                                                                                                         SAS533-1I
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                                                           000 133
                                  Sixteenth Generation Open-Enrollment Charter Application
                                      Supplemental Human Resources Information Form
                                                      (MUST be typed)

ANY areas left blank will result in the application being deemed "INCOMPLETE" during the review process.

              Enter the name of the sponsoring entity:   Jplift Fort Worth

              Enter the name of the proposed charter school:   'rime Prep Academy



               3
  Position:     EMIS and Student Attendance Coordinator        Reports to: 'rincipal


                                             Salary not to exceed:     $26,413


  List any other potential form of remuneration (i.e., car allowance, cell phone, memberships, travel or housing allowance, etc...) to be
  given to the individual in this position. In none, please state N/A.
  M/A




  Proposed Location (City and County): :ort Worth Tarrant County

  Number of Students anticipated in year one: 550                          in year five:

 Minimum Qualifications Required:
  Education Required:               •High Schools Diploma; Some College Preferred




  Experience Required:             Fhree years work experience in related field or accounting; PEIMS experience preferred, but not
                                   •equired.



  Certification Required:           M/A




 Complete the following using information gathered from three different traditional districts comparable in size, student make-up, and
 location. A traditional district is identified by the abbreviation ISO or CISD. County district numbers may be accessed on line through
 the Texas Education Directory found at hrtp://mansfield.tca.state.tx.us/TEA.AsJcTED.Web/Forms/Home.aspx. Additionally, traditional
 districts will not have an eight as the fourth digit in the county district number (CDN).
                                                                                               # of Students
  Name of District                                   CDN          Located in (City)            Served           Salary Range
  Jlue Ridge ISO                                     M3917        Slue Ridge                   532              )24,607

  Sunnyvale ISD                                      J57919       Sunnyvale                    J06              >26,413

  Walon ISD                                          J70901       \valon                       620              >22,103

                                                                                                                              SAS533-11
                                                                     Page 1 of 2                                           RFA 701-10-118

                                                                 000 J3i
                                Sixteenth Generation Open-Enrollment Charter Application
                                     Supplemental Human Resources Information Form
                                                     (MUST be typed)

ANY areas left blank will result in the application being deemed "INCOMPLETE" during the review process.


        Enter the name of the sponsoring entity:         Uplift Fort Worth

        Enter the name of the proposed charter school:   Prime Prep Academy


  Position: PENGS and Student Attendance Coordinator        Reports to:      Principal


 Job Duties: List up to 10 key duties this individual will perform.


  1. Structures/organizes/managesPEMlS data provided by the charter school approved software system


  2. Structures/organizes/manages PEMIS telephone support team to provide support for all software mosdules of PEMIS data


  3. Coordinate and provides PEMIS reports used in charter school


  4. develops PEIMS departmental fiscal year budget


  5. Develops and plans all PEIMS submissions timelines


  6. ^ollcct/maintains/edits all required PEIMS the elements for electronic transfer to the ESC and TEA


  7. Jrepares media ofr PEMIS data tansport to ESC and TEA


  8. Provide support of software systems


  9. Performs other duites assigned by immediate superior


  10.



   If a charter is awarded, this document becomes part of the original application. Changes to this
   information must be documented in the minutes of an open meeting of the charter holder board.




                                                                                                                       SAS 533-11
                                                               Page 2 ot 2                                          RFA 701-10-118

                                                            ooo 138
                               Sixteenth Generation Open-Enrollment Charter Application
                                   Supplemental Human Resources Information Form
                                                    (MUST be typed)

ANY areas left blank will result in the application being deemed "INCOMPLETE" during the review process.

          Enter the name of the sponsoring entity:    Jpfift Fort Worth

           Enter the name of the proposed charter school:           Prep Academy



 Position: Jara professional                                Reports to: 3rincipal


                                          Salary not to exceed:     S18,448.00


  List any other potential form of remuneration (i.e., car allowance, cell phone, memberships, travel or housing allowance, etc...) to be
  given to the individual in this position. In none, please state N/A.




  Proposed Location (City and County): :ort Worth Tarrant County

 Number of Students anticipated in year one: 650                      In year five:

 Minimum Qualifications Required:

  Education Required:            High School Diploma or compliance with NCLB requirments of an Assciate's Degree with addtional
                                 qualifications when defined by the state



  Experience Required:           Minimum one year of employment history within an educational setting on the equivalency as
                                 determined by the adminstrative staff



  Certification Required:       N/A




 Complete the following using information gathered from three different traditional districts comparable in size, student make-up, and
 location. A traditional district is identified by the abbreviation 1SD or CISD. County district numbers may be accessed on line through
 the Texas Education Directory found at http://mansfield.tea,state.tx.us/TEA.AskTED.Wcb/Forms/TIotne.aspx. Additionally, traditional
 districts will not have an eight as the fourth digit in the county district number (CDN).
                                                                                               # of Students
  Name of District                                 CDN         Located in (City)               Served           Salary Range
  3lue Ridge ISD                                   )43917      3lue Ridge                      532             514,009


  Sunnyvale ISD                                    D57919      Sunnyvale                       806             > 18,448


  \vaton ISD                                       D70901      Wai on                          620             516,250

                                                                                                                              SAS 533-11
                                                                  Page 1 of 2                                              RFA 701-10-118

                                                             000 136
                                Sixteenth Generation Open-Enrollment Charter Application
                                    Supplemental Human Resources Information Form
                                                     (MUST be typed)

ANY areas left blank will result in the application being deemed "INCOMPLETE" during the review process.

        Enter the name of the sponsoring entity:      Uplift Fort Worth

        Enter the name of the proposed charter school:    Prime Prep Academy



  Position:      Paraprofessional                              Reports to:          Principal


 Job Duties: List up to 10 key duties this individual will perform.

  1. Develop and implement plans for the curriclum program assigned and show wriiten evidence of preparation, as required


  2. \ssist identified learners in the prescriptions,lessons, or activities as assigned by the classroom teacher


  3. Work cooreratively with instructional staff to modify curriclua as needed for students according to guildlines


 4. Enlist classroom management strategies that provide an orderly and engaging environment for learning


  5. "ommunicate effectively and effeciently with staff, students and parents


  6. Maintain required records in audible


  7. 3erform other duites as assigned




  9.


  10.



   If a charter is awarded, this document becomes part of the original application. Changes to this
   information must be documented in the minutes of an open meeting of the charter holder board.




                                                                                                                         SAS533-11
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                                                               00013?
                      Prime Prep Academy




                     Attachment J
                      Audit Report




Prime Prep Academy                         Page:

                                              fl 0 0 1 3 8
                                     Uplift Fort Worth
                                  Statement of Activities
         Fiscal Year 2010                Period 1/1/2010- 12/31/2010

Assets
Current Assets
                        Checking
                      Sterling Bank                                     500.00

Total Current Checking                                                  500.00

Fixed Assets
                          Computer                                     2000.00
 Other Fixed Assets                                                       0.00

Total Other Assets                                                     2000.00

  Liabilities & Equity Liabilities
                         Liabilities

Total Longterm Liabilities

Equity
                         Net Income                                    1,261.68

Total Equity                                                           1261.68

Total Liabilities & Equity                                             1761.68

Profit and Loss Income                  2010
                   Income                                          2,307.00
                                                                   2,402.00
                                                                   2,000.00
                                                                   1,000.00
                                                                   1,000.00
                                                                     500.00
                                                                   1,200.00
                                                                   1,000.00
                                                                   1,500.00
                                                                   1,600.00
                                                                     800.00
                                                                     500.00
                                                                   1,800.00
                                                                   2,000.00


                                       000 139
                                                            500.00
                                                          1,000.00
                                                          1,500.00
                                                          1,500.00
Total Income                                             24,109.00
             Expenses
                     Back to School Giveaway Supplies      500.00
                                                          1000.00
                                                          1500.00
                                                           125.00
                                                           600.00
                                                          1000.00
                                                           500.00
                                                           800.00

                             Publications and Printing    1500.00

                                  Christmas Giveaway      1000.00
                                                          1800.00
                                                           500.00
                                                          1750.00
                                                          1250.36
                                                           757.84
                                                          1500.00
                                                          1389.12
                                                          1500.00
                                                          3000.00

                                      Office Expenses      500.00
                                                           250.00
                                                           125.00

Total Expenses                                           22847.32

Net Income                                                1,261.68




                                  000 140
                                   Uplift Fort Worth
                             Statement of Finanical Position
         Fiscal Year 2010               Period 1/1/2010- 12/31/2010

Assets
Current Assets
                        Checking
                      Sterling Bank                                    500.00

Total Current Checking                                                 500.00


Fixed Assets
                         Computer                                     2000.00
 Other Fixed Assets                                                      0.00

Total Other Assets                                                    2000.00

  Liabilities & Equity Liabilities
                        Liabilities

Total Longterm Liabilities

Equity
                        Net Income                                    1,261.68

Total Equity                                                          1261.68

Total Liabilities & Equity                                            1761.68

Profit and Loss Income                  2010
                   Income                                         2,307.00
                                                                  2,402.00
                                                                  2,000.00
                                                                  1,000.00
                                                                  1,000.00
                                                                    500.00
                                                                  1,200.00
                                                                  1,000.00
                                                                  1,500.00
                                                                  1,600.00
                                                                    800.00
                                                                    500.00
                                                                  1,800.00
                                                                  2,000.00




                                      000141
                                                            500.00
                                                          1,000.00
                                                          1,500.00
                                                          1,500.00
Total Income                                             24,109.00
             Expenses
                     Back to School Giveaway Supplies      500.00
                                                          1000.00
                                                          1500.00
                                                           125.00
                                                           600.00
                                                          1000.00
                                                           500.00
                                                           800.00

                             Publications and Printing    1500.00

                                  Christmas Giveaway      1000.00
                                                          1800.00
                                                           500.00
                                                          1750.00
                                                          1250.36
                                                           757.84
                                                          1500.00
                                                          1389.12
                                                          1500.00
                                                          3000.00

                                      Office Expenses      500.00
                                                           250.00
                                                           125.00

Total Expenses                                           22847.32


Net Income                                                1,261.68




                                      000 142
                                      Uplift Fort Worth
                                      Cash Flow 2010
         Fiscal Year 2010                 Period 1/1/2010-12/31/2010

Assets
Current Assets
                        Checking
                      Sterling Bank                                     500.00

Total Current Checking                                                  500.00

Fixed Assets
                         Computer                                      2000.00
 Other Fixed Assets                                                       0.00

Total Other Assets                                                     2000.00

  Liabilities & Equity Liabilities
                        Liabilities

Total Longterm Liabilities

Equity
                        Net Income                                 1,261.68

Total Equity                                                           1261.68

Total Liabilities & Equity                                             1761.68

Profit and Loss Income                   2010
                   Income                                          2,307.00
                                                                   2,402.00
                                                                   2,000.00
                                                                   1,000.00
                                                                   1,000.00
                                                                     500.00
                                                                   1,200.00
                                                                   1,000.00
                                                                   1,500.00
                                                                   1,600.00
                                                                     800.00
                                                                     500.00
                                                                   1,800.00
                                                                   2,000.00


                                          I 49
                                                            500.00
                                                          1,000.00
                                                          1,500.00
                                                          1,500.00
Total Income                                             24,109.00
             Expenses
                     Back to School Giveaway Supplies      500.00
                                                          1000.00
                                                          1500.00
                                                           125.00
                                                           600.00
                                                          1000.00
                                                           500.00
                                                           800.00

                             Publications and Printing    1500.00

                                  Christmas Giveaway      1000.00
                                                          1800.00
                                                           500.00
                                                          1750.00
                                                          1250.36
                                                           757.84
                                                          1500.00
                                                          1389.12
                                                          1500.00
                                                          3000.00

                                      Office Expenses      500.00
                                                           250.00
                                                           125.00

Total Expenses                                           22847.32

Net Income                                                1,261.68




                                     0        4i
                                         Uplift Fort Worth, CDC

                                Uplift Fort Worth, CDC
I, DL Wallace, certify that the attached financial reports (Statement of Financial Position, Cash
Flow, and Statement of Activities) or the year 2010 are complete and accurate to the best of
our knowledge.

Sign this day Februar               2011




DL Wallace
CEO, Uplift Fort Worth

I, Chazma Jones, certify that the attached financial reports (Statement of Financial Position,
Cash Flow, and Statement of Activities) or the year 2010 are complete and accurate to the best
of our knowledge.

Sign this day February          , 2011




X
Chazma Jones )           /
             *s         '— -•
Broad Treasurer, Uplift Fort Worth


State of Texas, Tarrant County

On this day,                               _, 2011 these broad officers appeared before me,
     undersigned notary publii md acknowledge that the above statements are true and
    rect to the best of his or hi knowledge and belief.




Notary Public
          SHELUCE M.VAUGHN
/$^\       NOTARY PUBLIC

\&
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    ww
           STATE OF TEXAS
          My Comm.Exp. 08-04-2012
                                     i
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                              4400 Panola Ave, Fort Worth, TX 76103


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                       Prime Prep Academy




                     Attachment K
                      Credit Report




Prime Prep Academy                          Page:

                                              000 1 4 6
                           COPYRIGHT MATERIAL

                        5 pages have been withheld



PLEASE NOTE: The responsive information contains copyrighted information
  that can only be made available to you for viewing in person. Because the
 information indicates that it is protected by copyright, you may review this
    information in person during normal business hours at TEA. If you are
interested in reviewing the copyrighted information, please send an email to
             accred@tea.state.tx.us to schedule an appointment.
                                 Prime Prep Academy

                               Attachment L
                               IRS 990 Filing
                                      Statement:
Uplift Fort Worth, CDC was originally formed from the Samaria Baptist Church, which is a 501
c 3 religious organization; in 2008 the leader of Samaria Baptist Church William Jackson and
Fort Worth Business Leader Damien Wallace decided to continue the impact of the community
by opening a charter school. Uplift Fort Worth, CDC was formed for that sole purpose. As the
consultant for the 501 c 3 since 2008 I have filed the proper 990 for the tax organization not
required to file form 990 or 990 EZ.

Marilyn Williams, Consultant




Prime Prep Academy                                                              Page: 000152
Form 990-N (e-Postcard) Online - View and Print Return                                                          Page 1 of 1




                                                                                                             OMB No. 1545-

     Form   990-N                         Electronic Notice (e-Postcard)
                                    for Tax-Exempt Organizations not Required To File Form 990 or
                                                                                                                2085

     Department of the Treasury
      Internal Revenue Service
                                                                   990-EZ
                                                                                                             2010
                                                                                                             Open to Public
                                                                                                              Inspection
 A For the 2010 calendar year, or tax year beginning 1/1/2010. and ending 12/31/2Q10.


 B Check if applicable             C Name of organization: UPLIFT FORT WORTH CDC                            D Employer
  f~1 Terminated, Out of             d/b/a:                                                                 Identification
                                                                                                            Number
 Business
                                % Chazma Jones                                                              26-2079101
  0 Gross receipts are normally 4000 E Berry Street
 $50,000 or less                Fort Worth, TX. US. 76105

                                   F Name of Principal Officer: D L Wallace
 E Website:
                                   4000 E Berry Street
                                   Fort Worth. TX. US. 76105

 Privacy Act and Paperwork Reduction Act Notice. We ask for the information on this form to cany out the Internal
 Revenue faws of the United States. You are required to give us the information. We need it to ensure that you are
 complying with these laws.

 The organization is not required to provide the information requested on a form that is subject to the Paperwork Reduction
 Act unless the form displays a valid OMB control number. Books or records relating to a form or its instructions must be
 retained as long as their contents may become material in the administration of any Internal Revenue law. The rules
 governing the confidentiality of the Form 990-N is covered in Code section 6104.

 The time needed to complete and file this form and related schedules will vary depending on individual circumstances. The
 estimated average times is 15 minutes.

 Note: This image is provided for your records only. Do NOT mail this page to the IRS. The IRS
 will not accept this filing via paper. You must file your Form 990-N (e-Postcard) electronically.
 This Form 990-N (e-Postcard) was accepted by the IRS on 1/18/2011.




                                               000 158

http://epostcard.fonn990.org/DEntry/990NPrint.asp                                                                 1/19/2011
Form 990-N (e-Postcard) Online - View and Print Return                                                          Page 1 of 1




                                                                                                             OMB No. 1545-

    Fom 990-N
                                                                                                                2085
                                          Electronic Notice (e-Postcard)
                                    for Tax-Exempt Organizations not Required To File Form 990 or
     Department of the Treasury
      Internal Revenue Service
                                                               990-EZ
                                                                                                             2009
                                                                                                             Open to Public
                                                                                                              Inspection
 A For the 2009 calendar year, or tax year beginning 1/1/2009, and ending 12/31/2009.


 B Check if applicable             C Name of organization: UPLIFT FORT WORTH CDC                            D Employer
  CD Terminated, Out of              d/b/a:                                                                 Identification
                                                                                                            Number
 Business
                                % Eunice Kelley Lee                                                         26-2079101
  @ Gross receipts are normally 4000 E Berry Street
 $25,000 or less                Ft Worth. TX US. 76105

                                  F Name of Principal Officer: Rev Wm McKinley Jackson
 E Website:
                                  4000 E Berry Street
                                  Ft Worth.jrXx US, 76105

 Privacy Act and Paperwork Reduction Act Notice. We ask for the information on this form to carry out the Internal
 Revenue laws of the United States. You are required to give us the information. We need it to ensure that you are
 complying with these laws.

 The organization is not required to provide the information requested on a form that is subject to the Paperwork Reduction
 Act unless the form displays a valid OMB control number. Books or records relating to a form or its instructions must be
 retained as long as their contents may become material in the administration of any Internal Revenue law. The rules
 governing the confidentiality of the Form 990-N is covered in Code section 6104.

 The time needed to complete and file this form and related schedules will vary depending on individual circumstances. The
 estimated average times is 15 minutes.

 Note; This image is provided for your records only. Do NOT mail this page to the IRS. The IRS
 will not accept this filing via paper. You must file your Form 990-N (e-Postcard) electronically.
 This Form 990-N (e-Postcard) was accepted by the IRS on 5/12/2010.




                                                   0 0 154
http://epostcard.form990.org/DEntry/990NPrint.asp                                                                 5/12/2010
                        Prime Prep Academy




                     Attachment M
            Documentation Verifying All
                     Sources of Funding




Prime Prep Academy                           Page:

                                                     ooo i s 9
PINNACLE COMMERCIAL PROPERTY GROUP
                                  January 24, 2011




Pinnacle Commercial Property Group
4310 Panola Ave
Fort Worth, TX 76103



Uplift Fort Worth, CDC
PO BOX 535426
Grand Prairie, TX 75053



To: The Uplift Worth, CDC Board Members

On the behalf of Pinnacle Commercial Property Group (PCPG) I, FR Mays the CEO
pledge$ 100,000 to Uplift Fort Worth for the start up cost for the proposed Prime
Prep Academy charter school. Funds are required to be repaid in year 3 of the
charter school operation.



By signing below Pinnacle Commercial Property Group and Uplift Fort Worth, CDC
agrees to the following terms.

   0 Donation of $100,000 from PCPG to Uplift Fort Worth once charter has
     been approved for startup cost.
   0 Year One: Repayment Required: $0
   0 Year Two: Repayment Required: $0
   0 Year Three: Repayment: The terms will be discussed for repayment 180
     days prior to repayment date.



Printed Name: FR Mays                                Printed Name: Damien L. Wallace
Company: PCPG / ^                                    Company: Uplift fort Worth, CDC
                                                     Date:
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                                    000 1 5
 Upon approval of the charter school the companies below pledge
 to donate the amount below:



                   Prime Prep Academy
              Corporate Sponsors Pledge Sheet
  Company                 Amount              Contact Person
   Wal-Mart                  $50,000            Jerry Peacock
  Cline Homes                $25,000              Pat Cline
  Monitronics                $10,000           Renee Mallonee
 Enterprise Inc.              $1,000          Trevor Armstrong
 NFL Network                 $50,000             Nina Young
 Under Armour                $15,000            Brent Johnson
  Home Depot                  $5,000             David Long
  Main Event                  $5,000            Amy Johnson
Bank of America              $25,000           Aleta Stampley




                       000     15
                       Prime Prep Academy




                     Attachment N
                      Start-up Budget




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                                    Revenues
 Object Code   Amount                                   Justification
5929           $100,000    Pledged amount from local businesses, corporate sponsors, and grants
                           for charter school planning and start-up.



                              Salaries and Benefits
Object Code     Amount                                  Justification
6119            $26,250     Salary for Superintendent prior to opening the charter school.
                            Prorate for 7 months ($45,000)
6129            $10, 500    Salary for Administrative Assistant prior to opening the charter
                            school. Prorated for 7 months ($32,143)
6141             $3,442     Medicare calculated an Object Code 6119 at 7.6500% rate as
                            required by federal law prorated for 7 months.
6142             $3,600     Health/Life/Short Term Disability Insurance - Group rate prorate 7
                            months
6143             $1,368     Workers Compensation calculated on Object Code 6119 and 6129 at
                            3.0400% as required by state law prorated for 7 months
6145              $248      Unemployment calculated on Object Code 6119 at .5500% as
                            required by state law prorated for 7 months
6146              $248      TRS contribution calculated on Object Code 6119 at .5500% as
                            required by state law prorated for 7 months



                     Professional and Contract Services
Object Code     Amount                                     Justification
6211             $1,000      Retainer for legal counsel to be utilized as needed by the charter
                             school.
6219            $14,500      Contracts to PEMIS consultant @ $8,000 and administrative
                             assistance consultant @$6,500.
6259             $7,000      Includes local and long distance telephone charges and Internet
                             access fees ($300 X 7 months = 2,100); electricity and water ($700 X
                             7 months^ $4,900)



                             Supplies and Materials
Object Code     Amount                                  Justification
6399            $18,344     General office supplies and materials = $2,500. Supplies and
                            equipment for school start-up= $15,000. Miscellaneous supplies^
                            $844




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Object Code   Amount                                Justification
6411           3,000   Travel and subsistence for the Superintendent and broad members
                       needed for training, required meetings and/or recruiting
                       instructional staff.
6499          10,000   Includes fees and dues, bid notices, food refreshments for school
                       related meetings, and newspaper advertisements.




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         Budget for Year One Operations




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               000               18 f
                                 Prime Prep Academy
                                   Year 1 Narrative
                                           Revenue
Objective Code     Amount                                   Justification
5751             $34,200      Based on 40% of the students who will pay for lunch calculated at 100
                              students X $2 X 180 days X 95% attendance.
5812             $1,860,495   Based on the 0708 Work chart provided by the Division of School
                              Audits, 250 students @ 95% attendance; 25(10%) students identified
                              for special education; 75 (30%) indentified as at risk, 30 (12%)
                              indentified for ESL services.
5929             $100,000     Pledged amount from local businesses, corporate sponsors, and grants
                              for charter school planning and start-up.
5921             $11,543      NSLP- Funds for Breakfast Program were calculated utilizing the
                              formula provided by NSLP. 30% of the students are anticipated to
                              participate in the Breakfast Program. 75 students X $.90 X 180 days X
                              95%(attendance)
5922             $16,031      NSLP- Funds for Lunch Program were calculated utilizing the formula
                              provided by NSLP. 30% of the students are anticipated to participate in
                              the Lunch Program. 75 students X $1.25 X 180 days X 95% (attendance)



                                     Expenditures
                                 Salaries and Benefits
  Object Code        Amount                                 Justification

3112              $2,700        Substitute Pay ( $45 X 15 teachers X 5 days)
6119              $829,000      6100 Payroll Costs          Units     2009 Salary         Total

                               Superintendent                  1           $45,000         $45,000
                               Principal                       1          $40,000         $40,000
                               Teachers (Average)             18          $35,000         $630,000
6121              $25,000      Extra duties pay for instructional staff for professional development
                               activities, tutorials, and/or summer school. 20 staff members x
                               $1,250.
6129              $114,000     Teacher's Assistant             3          $16,500        $36,000
                               PEIMS                           1          $30,000        $30,000
                               Secretary                        2         $18,000        $36,000
6141              $63,419      Medicare calculated on Object Code 6119 an 6129 at 7.6500% rate
                               as required by federal law.
6142              $66,320      Health/Life/Short Term Disability Insurance Group rate.
6143              $22,009      Workers Compensation calculated on Object Code 6119 and 6129 at
                               3.0400% as required by state law.
6145              $4560        Unemployment calculated on Object Code 6119 and 6129 at .5500%
                               as required by state law.
6146              $4560        TRS contribution calculated on Object Code 6119 and 6129 at




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                         .5500%as required by state law.

6211          $5,000     Retainer for legal counsel to be utilized as needed by the charter
                         school for policy development and employment issues.
6212          $10,000    Annual External Audit as required by law.
6219          $103,450    Contracts to PEMIS consultant @ $8,000 and administrative
                         consultant @$6,500. Professional development activities are
                         included in this cost for the core curriculum areas in reading, math,
                         social studies, and science @55 days X$500, 4 contracted coaxes
                         have also been included in this cost (3 X $6,000; IX $10,000).
                         Computer lease/purchase contract is also included ($13,000/year).
                         CSCOPE Curriculum Software $2,450 ($7 X 350 students). Costs for
                         the financial software have also been included ($12,000).
6249          $15,000    This cost has been allocated to provide routine maintenance and
                         repair for plumbing and electrical to be utilized by the new charter
                         school.
6259          $47,400    Include cell phone charges ($150 X 12 months) = $1800; local and
                         long distance telephone charges and internet access fees ($300 X 12
                         months^ $3,600); electricity and water ($3,500 X 12months -
                         $42,000)
6269          $150,000   The lease will be prorated based on the cost allocation plan. The
                         building is 90,000 square feet; the cost for the facility is $150,000 per
                         year.
6299           $22,000   These funds will be utilized to repair electricity, plumbing, and/or
                         facility build outs.



                         Supplies and Materials
Object Code     Amount                                 Justification
6319          $25,000    This cost has been allocated to provide cleaning equipment and
                         supplies and other essentials supplies to operate the new charter
                         school.
6329          $12,000    This cost represents supplement reading materials to be utilized by
                         classroom teachers. ( $5 per book X 2400 = $12,000)
6339          $3,500     Standardized testing materials will be purchased to benchmark and
                         monitor progress of all students. ($10 per student)
6341          $27,574    Food items for breakfast and lunch will be purchased according to
                         the NSLP guidelines.
6342          $34,200    Non-food items will be purchased such as napkins, paper plates,
                         cups, cleaning supplies, curriculum supplier; and software
                         applications for students.
6399          $150,000   General office supplies and materials = $5,000. Supplies and
                         equipment for school start-up. Includes computers for teachers,
                         consumable instructional supplies; curriculum supplies; and software
                         applications for students.




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                         Other Operating Cost
Object Code     Amount                               Justification
6411          $15,000    Travel and subsistence for the Superintendent, Principal, teachers,
                         and broad members needed for training required meetings and/or
                         recruiting instructional supplies; curriculum suppliers; and software
                         application for students.

6429          $30,000    Funds have been provided for building liability insurance and D&O
                         insurance. Also included in this cost is the fire and hazard building
                         insurance.
6494          $63,000    This transportation cost is included to transport high school students
                         to the CTE collaborative for classes. (9 months X $7,000 per month)
6499          $70,000    Includes fees and dues, bid notices, food/refreshments for school-
                         related meeting, and newspaper advertisements and recruiting
                         activities. $25,000 is also included in this cost for the athletic
                         programs.




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                      Prime Prep Academy




                     Attachment P
        Negotiated Service Agreement(s)




Prime Prep Academy                         Page:


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                                  SALES/MARKETING AGREEMENT

        This Sales/Marketing Agreement (hereinafter referred to as the "Agreement") is made and
entered into as of the 1ST day of February 2011 (hereinafter referred to as the "Effective Date"), by and
between PrimeTimePlayer (hereinafter referred to as "PTP"), of PO Box 535426 Grand Prairie, TX 75053
and Uplift Fort Worth Schools (hereinafter referred to as UFW"), of 4400 Panola Ave. Fort Worth, TX
76103 . Collectively, PTP and UPLIFT FORT WORTH shall hereinafter be referred to as the "Parties",
and each individually as a "Party".

WITNESSETH:
        WHEREAS, PTP is a professional business development group that specializes in Marketing,
Sales, Consulting, Fundraising and Strategic Business Planning;

         WHEREAS, UPLIFT FORT WORTH is a non-profit seeking a charter school that will specialize
in the education and personal development of students from grades K - 12;

        WHEREAS, UPLIFT FORT WORTH desires develop its model in the educational markets and
would like to utilize PTP to accomplish the same;

         WHEREAS, PTP and UPLIFT FORT WORTH desire to enter into an Agreement whereby PTP
will be the sales/marketing, promotion and business development arm of UFW;

       NOW, THEREFORE, for and in consideration of the covenants and promises contained herein,
and for other good and valuable consideration, the receipt and sufficiency of which is hereby
acknowledged, the Parties mutually agree as follows:

1.    Obligations of the Parties. PTP agrees to reasonably cooperate with and provide assistance to
     UPLIFT FORT WORTH in matters relating to its marketing, business development and expansion
     activities. PTP's obligations hereunder (referred to hereinafter as "Obligations"), shall include, but are
     not limited to, the following:

         (a) Corporate Partnerships. PTP shall introduce the business vision of UPLIFT FORT WORTH to
             its vast corporate circle of influence that includes but is not limited to: CEOs, CFOs VPs and
             other corporate decision makers for the purpose of garnering financial support from the same. In
             addition, PTP will customize marketing materials and sales presentations to this demographic.

         (b) Negotiating Contracts. PTP shall use its best efforts to negotiate favorable contracts for
             sponsorship deals, new partnerships, special events and strategic alliances to foster the
             statewide and nationwide growth, development and recognition of UFW.

         (c) Fundraising Campaigns. PTP will utilize best efforts to generate additional revenue for
             UPLIFT FORT WORTH by developing fundraising campaigns geared toward groups that
             include but are not limited to:

                          /. Professional Sports Organizations
                                 1. Sales Method - Effective upon the execution of this Agreement, PTP
                                     will identify and make contact with decision makers of professional
                                     sports organizations. PTP will customize proposals, send the
                                     proposals to the professional sports organizations and track the status
                                     of the same on an ongoing basis. Where possible and when
                                     necessary, PTP will travel to the corporate offices to make face to
                                     face presentations to decision makers within these organizations.




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              //. Foundations
                     1. Sales Method - Effective upon the execution of this Agreement, PTP
                         will identify and make contact with the decision makers of local and
                         national foundations that have a history of financially supporting
                         efforts that enhance the lives of youth, In addition, PTP will utilize
                         best efforts to secure resources from foundations that have a pre-
                         existing relationship with PTP. Where possible and when necessary,
                         PTP will travel to the corporate offices to make face to face
                         presentations to decision makers within these organizations

              Hi. Local and Regional Businesses
                      1. Sales Method- Effective upon the execution of this Agreement, PTP
                          will develop a fundraising campaign that allows small business
                          owners to participate in finding UPLIFT FORT WORTH charter
                          schools in its area. PTP will mobilize members of its sales team to
                          customize and present the benefits of donating monthly, semi
                          annually or annually to UFW.

              iv. Private Donor Partners
                      1. Sales Method - Effective upon the execution of this Agreement, PTP
                          will utilize best efforts to secure donations for UPLFFT FORT
                          WORTH from its vast circle of influence that includes but is not
                          limited to: philanthropic groups and individuals, retired
                          entrepreneurs and executives, and non-profit organizations that have
                          a history of donating to worthwhile causes.

               v. Special Events
                      1. Sales Method - Within three months of the Execution of this
                          Agreement, PTP will plan, develop and organize three (3) special
                          fundraising events per year. The minimum goal for each event will
                          be $100,000. All events will be subject to approval by LIFE.

              vi. In - Kind Donations
                       \. Sales Method- Effective upon the execution of this Agreement, PTP
                          will utilize best efforts to secure in-kind donations from its current
                          and future circle of influence. In-Kind donations include but are not
                          limited to: professional services, merchandise, retail products, office
                          equipment, computers, airline tickets, hotel accommodations and
                          business use vehicles.


(d) Circle of Influence. PTP shall utilize best efforts introduce UPLIFT FORT WORTH
    to its current and future circle of influence which includes but is not limited to:
    National Sports Organizations, Medical Centers, Foundations, Non-Profit
    Organizations, Philanthropists, Professional Service Providers; Corporate Executives,
    Universities, City Officials, Current and Former Professional Athletes and Major
    Brands.
(e) Property/Land Acquisition. PTP will utilize best efforts to identify, negotiate and
    close favorable land/property deals to assist UPLIFT FORT WORTH in its expansion




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            efforts. This includes but is not limited to: leveraging relationships and customizing
            presentations for city officials, community leaders and local business owners that are
            motivated to make best use of its land/ property.

        (f) University Partnerships. PTP will plan, develop and implement a business model customized
            for universities that want to organize, brand and/or operate a charter school in partnership
            with UFE. FTP will train UPLIFT FORT WORTH staff members on the model and the
            presentation steps required to effectively engage and secure involvement from colleges and
            universities.

        (g) Internship Model FTP will assist UPLIFT FORT WORTH in increasing its operational
            efficiency through the development and implementation of a viable internship model. When
            necessary and where possible, PTP staff will make the presentation to colleges and
            universities regarding the internship opportunities available at UFW. These opportunities
            may include but are not limited to: administrative, accounting, information technology,
            education and child development. PTP will utilize best efforts to make universities commit to
            offering college credit hours to its students who accept UPLIFT FORT WORTH internships.
        (h) Miscellaneous. PTP shall, at his sole discretion, from time to time, use his best efforts to
            promote UPLIFT FORT WORTH via:
               i.   Press Releases, Radio Announcements, E-Mail Campaigns;
              ii.  Production of Web Videos; and
             iii.  Personal Testimonials,
             iv.   Marketing UPLIFT FORT WORTH branded memorabilia and promotional items.

            Provided, however, that nothing in this paragraph shall limit or modify PTP obligations
            specifically detailed in this Agreement.
        (i) Limited License of Rights. Both Parties agree that each Party will grant to the other a non-
            exclusive license to use the other Party's approved logos and trademarks in connection with
            marketing and executing each Party's Obligations under this Agreement.
        (j) Marketing Materials. Any marketing materials created hereunder shall be subject to the
            approval of both parties. Neither part can obligate the other party for the payment of any
            such expenses without the prior written approval of the other party.

2. Consideration to PTP.

Promotional Obligations of UFW: In consideration of the services provided by PTP in Paragraph 1
above, UPLIFT FORT WORTH shall pay PTP an initial fee of $1,000 due at the signing of this
Agreement. In addition to the initial fee, UPLIFT FORT WORTH shall pay PTP the following:

        Retainer: UPLIFT FORT WORTH shall pay PTP a monthly retainer of $1,000 (seven thousand
five-hundred dollars US) beginning on September 1, 2011 and continuing each month thereafter during
the term of this Agreement. UPLIFT FORT WORTH shall pay the retainer to PTP by the 3rd business day
of each month,

        Commission: PTP shall be paid 5% (five percent) commission on all special fundraising events it
conducts on behalf of UPLIFT FORT WORTH and 10% on all monies derived from corporate, local
business and private donor sponsorships it secures for UPLIFT FORT WORTH under this Agreement.
PTP shall not be paid commission on in-kind donations or state/federal grants. Sales commissions shall be




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paid to FTP by UPLIFT FORT WORTH seven business days after sales revenue is received and the funds
have been verified as good by UFW.
Late Payments/Fees: Payments more than 10 days later than the due date will result in the cancellation of
services outlined under this Agreement and PTP will require the remaining balance of payments to be
made on demand.


3. Press Release. Both Parties mutually agree to a Press Release to announce and introduce the alliance
   between PTP and UFW. The date of the release and the content of the release shall be mutually
   agreed upon by the Parties. The Press Release will be drafted by a member of PTP media team.

4. Term and Termination.

       a.   Term. This Agreement will commence as of the Effective Date of this Agreement and will
            continue through, and including, December 31, 2013 unless terminated sooner pursuant to the
            terms of the Agreement. This Agreement shall be extended for an additional one (1) year term
            at the end of the initial term or any extended term, unless either party provides written notice
            of termination to the other party on or before the November 1st immediately preceding the end
            of the then current term.

       b.   Termination.

                i.   Both Parties mutually agree that this Agreement may be terminated at any time
                     without liability upon the mutual agreement of the Parties, such termination to be
                     effective immediately once a written addendum to this Agreement expressing the
                     mutual intent of the Parties to terminate this Agreement is signed by an authorized
                     representative of each Parry.

               ii.   In the event either party defaults in any material obligation owed to the other party
                     pursuant to this Agreement, then this Agreement may be terminated if the default is
                     not cured within thirty (30) days of written notice to the defaulting party. If either
                     party is bankrupt or insolvent, or bankruptcy or insolvency proceedings are instituted
                     against a party and the proceeding is not dismissed within sixty (60) days after
                     commencement, this Agreement shall terminate at the option of the other party.

              iii.   If this Agreement is terminated by either Party or for any reason, the limited license
                     to use the trademarks and likeness associated with PTP, as described in Paragraph
                     l(j) of this Agreement shall terminate immediately and UPLIFT FORT WORTH
                     shall cease using said trademarks and likenesses in association with the operation of
                     its business enterprises without the express written consent of PTP. The limited
                     license to use the UPLIFT FORT WORTH trademark shall also terminate and shall
                     not be used in association with the operation of its business enterprises without the
                     express written consent of UFW.

              iv.    Unless otherwise specified in this Agreement, upon the termination of this
                     Agreement, UPLIFT FORT WORTH shall have no further obligations to PTP and
                     PTP shall have no further obligations to the UFW.

               v.    Both Parties shall conduct themselves in accordance with the laws of the State of
                     Texas and the United States of America, with the highest standards of morality,
                     honesty, fair play and sportsmanship and will not do anything which shall be




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                    detrimental to the other Party or professional sports generally or which shall subject
                    the other Party to ridicule or contempt. Violations of this provision are grounds for
                    termination of this Agreement.

5. Warranties, Indemnifications and Representations.

             a. UPLIFT FORT WORTH warrants to PTP that it has the legal right to operate its Charter
                School business and to indemnify PTP against any claims, demands, lawsuits, losses
                and/or damages arising out of the operation of the business and any related entities.

             b. Both Parties represent and warrant that their performance of their respective obligations
                under this Agreement will not violate any applicable court decree or order, or any
                applicable laws and/or regulations.

6. Miscellaneous.

        a. Service of Notice. Any notice which either Party hereto may desire to give or which is
           required under the terms of this Agreement shall be given in writing by registered or
           certified mail, return receipt requested, or by telefax or by personal service (in all cases, all
           charges prepaid) to PTP or UPLIFT FORT WORTH at the address listed in the preamble to
           this Agreement, or to such other person, address or facsimile number as PTP or UPLIFT
           FORT WORTH may designate by written notice.

        b. Non-Assignment. This Agreement shall be binding upon the successors of the Parties.
           Neither Party may assign their rights or obligations under this Agreement, and/or any
           Supplemental Agreement, without the prior written consent of the other Party. Any attempt
           to assign the rights and obligations under this Agreement without the written consent of the
           n on -transferring Party shall be null and void.

        c.    Time is of the Essence. Time is hereby expressly made of the essence for this Agreement
              with respect to the performance by the Parties of their respective obligations hereunder.

        d. No Waiver. No failure to exercise, or delay in exercising, any right, power or privilege under
           this Agreement by either Party shall operate as a waiver of that right, power or privilege.
           Similarly, a single or partial exercise of any right, power or privilege by either Party shall
           not preclude any other or further exercise of that right, power or privilege.

        e. Plural/Singular/References. The plural may include the singular and the singular may
           include the plural and this Agreement shall be interpreted in this regard as the context may
           require. References to Paragraphs, Sections and Subparagraphs refer to the Paragraphs,
           Sections and Subparagraphs of this Agreement, and references to any agreement or other
           instrument shall be deemed to include references to that agreement or other instrument as
           varied or replaced from time to time.

        f.   Remedies Cumulative/Severability. The rights and remedies contained in this Agreement are
             cumulative and are not exclusive of any rights and remedies provided by law, in equity or
             otherwise. If any provision of this Agreement is prohibited by or contravenes any applicable
             law, or is held by any court of competent jurisdiction or any other legally constituted body
             having jurisdiction to make this determination to be void, unlawful or unenforceable then
             that provision shall be severed from the Agreement and rendered ineffective, as far as
             possible, without modifying the remaining provisions of this Agreement.



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     g. No Inference Against. UPLIFT FORT WORTH and FTP each acknowledge that this
        Agreement was fully negotiated by the Parties and, therefore, no provision of this
        Agreement shall be interpreted against any Party because such Party or its legal
        representative drafted such provision.

     h. No Third Party Beneficiaries. The provisions of this Agreement are for the exclusive benefit
        of the Parties hereto and their permitted assigns and no third party shall be a beneficiary of,
        or have any rights by virtue of, this Agreement.

     i.   Headings. The titles and headings of the Sections and Paragraphs in this Agreement are for
          convenience only and shall not in any way affect the interpretation of this Agreement.

     j.   Reservation of Rights. Neither PTP nor UPLIFT FORT WORTH have or shall acquire any
          proprietary rights in any of the Marks or any other trade names, trademarks, service marks,
          or logos associated with the other Party by reason of this Agreement or otherwise. PTP and
          UPLIFT FORT WORTH further acknowledge the great value of the goodwill associated
          with the Marks of each Part}', and the public renown and recognition of the same, and that
          the Marks have a distinctiveness and a secondary meaning that is firmly associated in the
          minds of the trade and general public, and thai any additional goodwill in the Marks which
          may be created through the use of the Marks by either of the respective Parties or their
          Distributors shall inure to the sole benefit of the Party owning the Mark, as the case may be.
          PTP and UPLIFT FORT WORTH further agree that either Party may use the Marks only if
          it is clear that the Marks used are service Marks by either Party or any other entity, partner,
          or subsidiary of either Party and such use shall be in accordance with any further
          instructions that may be issued by the owner of the Marks from time to time; provided,
          however, any use of any Mark that is not consistent with prior approved uses requires the
          prior express written approval of the Party owning the Mark or any other entity, partner, or
          subsidiary of the Party owning the Mark.
     k. Relationship of the Parties. In performing its obligations under this Agreement, each of the
        Parties hereto shall be deemed an independent contractor, and nothing in this Agreement
        shall in any way constitute that either Party, or any of such Party's officer or directors, is an
        agent or employee of the other Party and this Agreement shall not be deemed to constitute a
        contract of employment between the Parties.
     1.   Attached Schedules and Exhibits. Both Parties mutually agree that any Schedules and/or
          Exhibits attached to this Agreement are intended to be a part of this Agreement, shall be
          referenced in this Agreement, and unless specifically specified in each Schedule, shall be
          subject to the terms and conditions of this Agreement.
Definitive Agreement. The details of each of the foregoing Paragraphs and Sections and any attached
Schedules or Exhibits represent the totality of the definitive governing agreement between PTP and
UPLIFT FORT WORTH and are intended to be the governing agreement in the event of any disputes
arising between the Parties regarding this transaction. This Agreement contains the entire agreement
between the Parties with respect to its subject matter and supersedes any prior agreement or
negotiation between the Parties on the subject matter of this Agreement. There are no representations,
agreements or understandings, oral or written, between the Parties relating to the subject matter of this
Agreement which are not fully expressed in this Agreement. No amendment, termination, waiver,
discharge or modification of this Agreement shall be effective unless it is in writing and is signed by
an authorized signatory of both UPLIFT FORT WORTH and PTP. This Agreement may be executed
in one or more counterparts and by facsimile signature, each of which shall be deemed an original and
all of which together shall be deemed one Agreement.




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        IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Parties hereto have caused this Agreement to be executed as of
the Effective Date referenced above once this Agreement has been signed by both Parties. This
Agreement shall be deemed terminated and void if not signed by both Parties within three (3) calendar
days of the Effective Date.


ACCEPTED AND AGREED:

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Printed Name:   UljlJfttL/lC£                         Printed Name:

Signature:
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                     Attachment Q
                 Certificate of Occupancy




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                                           FORT WORTH
               CITY OF FORT WORTH - PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT
                           CERTIFICATE OF OCCUPANCY

CO No. T0311781                                                                              Date: 07/21/2010
Legal Description: MURRAY HILL ADDITION BLK 13 LOT 1R
Street Address: 4400 PANOLA AVE               Building, Room, Area:

Upon reviewing the City of Fort Worth Zoning records on the date of application, it was determined the above land
is zoned CF. This land can be used as: CHURCH.




                                               BUILDING USE
Permit No. P010-05832

I have inspected this (building) (room) (area) and find that as defined by the City of Fort Worth Building Code and,
when used by such Occupancy Classification, will comply with all pertinent laws and ordinances. (Annotate
high-piled combustible storage as -H.) The property will have the following classification:

Group,    Division      Occupancy Load Type Construction       Comment
A-3                     2111           111B                    Church
E                       2200                                   Education
B                       41                                     Office


Occupant: CHARITY CHURCH
Owner:     CHARITY CHURCH
           4400 PANOLA AVE
           FORT WORTH TX 76103-3701

Building Official: A! Godwin, CBO
Code Compliance Approval:
Issued By: Casso/Loe



The City of Fort Worth cannot and does not in any way represent, advise, or guarantee that your compliance with
the building code will prevent liability for violations of the Americans with Disabilities act.

         The Building Code requires that this certificate be posted in a conspicuous place on the premises.




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                     Attachment R
Negotiated Lease Agreement(s), Deed(s),
to Property Earnest Money Contractor(s)
       or Purchase Agreement(s)




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Commercial Lease/Purchase Agreement
                BETWEEN

Pinnacle Commercial Property Group
                  D/B/A
             PCPG, LLC

             AS LANDLORD

                   AND


        Uplift Fort Worth
               AS TENANT

           Dated January 1, 2011




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                 TABLE OF CONTENTS
                                                  Page
SECTION 1 DESCRIPTION AND LEASE OF THE PREMISES     2
SECTION 2 TERM OF THE LEASE                         3
2.1  Term                                                 3
SECTION 4 TENANT'S DUTIES                           4
4.2   Signage                                             5
4-4   No Assignment or Subletting                         5
4.5 No Liens by Tenant                                    5
5.3   Maintenance of Facilities                           5
4.6   Compliance With Environmental Laws                  5
SECTION 5 LANDLORD'S DUTIES                         6
5.1  Utilities Provided by Landlord                      6
5.2  Telephones and Technology                           6
SECTION 6 INSURANCE AND INDEMNITY                   6
6.1  Tenant's Insurance                                  6
6.2  Landlord's Insurance                                7
6.3  Mutual Indemnification                              8
SECTION 7 GENERAL                                   8
7.1  Access by Landlord                                   8
7.2  Maintenance                                          8
7-3  Default by Tenant                                    9
7.4  Performance by Landlord                             10
7.5  Default by Landlord                                 10
7-7  Damage by Fire or Casualty                          10
7.8  Condemnation                                        11
7.9  Sale of Facilities by Landlord                      11
7.10 Surrender of Premises                               11
7-H Tenant's Property; Disposition of Inventory          11
7-12 Holding Over                                        12
7.13 Recording                                           12
7.14 Brokerage Fee                                       12
7.15 Waiver of Breach                                    12
7.16 No Business Relationship                            12
7.17 Estoppel Certificate                                12
7.18 Attorneys' Fees                                     13
7.19 Quiet Enjoyment                                     13
7.20 Notices                                             13
7-21 Headings                                            13
7.22 Entire Agreement                                    13
7-23 Applicable Law                                      !3
7.24 Binding Provisions                                  14




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                          LEASE/PURCHASE AGREEMENT

       This Lease/Purchase Agreement (this "Lease") is made and entered into effective as of
January 1, 2011, by and between Pinnacle Commercial Property Group (hereinafter referred
to as PCPG) with principle offices located at 4400 Panola Ave. Fort Worth, TX 76103 (the
"Landlord"), and UPLIFT FORT WORTH, CDC with local offices at 4430 Panola Ave, Fort
Worth, TX 76103 (the "Tenant").

                                           RECITALS:

        A.      Landlord is the sole owner of certain real property (as described on Exhibit A-1
attached hereto, hereinafter the "Land"), together with, all and singular, all improvements
thereon and all rights and appurtenances pertaining thereto, including any right, title and interest
of Landlord in and to adjacent streets, alleys and rights-of-way. The Land includes two
(2) buildings, grounds and related facilities described herein or from time to time shown, listed
or described on Exhibits B-l and B-2 attached hereto (collectively, the "Facilities"), located at
4400 Panola Ave, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas 76103.

        B.      Tenant is a commercial property management and acquisition company, and
desires to lease certain premises on the Land and in the Facilities for the purposes of marketing
and subletting and or selling the same to organizations in the field of public education for
occupancy at the Facilities, to occupy the Premises for use by said organizations and or entities.

         C.      Landlord desires to lease/sell such Premises to Tenant, Tenant desires to
lease/purchase such Premises from Landlord, and the parties have agreed to such lease/purchase,
at the rental rate and otherwise on the terms and conditions hereinafter set forth.

       IN CONSIDERATION of the Recitals set forth above, and other good and valuable
consideration, the receipt and sufficiency of which are hereby acknowledged, Landlord and
Tenant do hereby agree as follows:

                              SECTION 1
DESCRIPTION AND LEASE OF THE PREMISES {tc Ml "SECTION 1 DESCRIPTION AND
                       LEASE OF THE PREMISES!

       1.1     Leased Premises. Subject to the terms of Exhibits B-l and B-2 attached hereto,
Landlord hereby leases to Tenant, and Tenant hereby leases from Landlord use of those premises
and grounds at the Facilities (the "Premises") described as follows:

        1.2    The entire property including the two-story educational building, administration
building, parking lots as exhibited in Exhibit B-l and B-2 will be exclusively utilized by Uplift
Fort Worth. The grounds of the property are included in the lease of facilities for Uplift Fort
Worth's sole and exclusive use.

        1.3    Access. Tenant shall be provided with a set of keys and/or keypad codes from
time to time sufficient to provide access to the Facilities for the use of the Premises by Tenant.
Tenant shall not make copies of any of such keys, or disclose such keypad codes, except on a
"need to know" basis to identified individuals of whom Landlord is notified in advance, without
the prior consent of Landlord's designated facilities director or property manager,

                                          SECTION 2
                                      TERM OF THE LEASE

       {tc \H "SECTION 2 TERM OF THE LEASER 1 Termite \12 "2.1                Termi.     The
term of this Lease (the "Term") shall commence on January 3. 2011 and shall continue for a
period of forty-eight (48) months, ending on November 30, 2014 and shall include an option to
purchase at the end of the 12th, 24th, 36th and/or 48th month.

                                            SECTION 3
                                              RENT

        3.1    Rent. Tenant shall pay the following amounts as rent hereunder:

               (a)     Rent. Tenant shall pay to Landlord, without demand, monthly rent under
this Lease, payable as hereinafter set forth.

                      (1)    Rent shall be payable on or before the fifth (5th) day of each
calendar month to Landlord's address at the Premises, or at such other place designed by written
notice or invoice from Landlord to Tenant. Rental installment amount for any partial calendar
months included in the term of the Lease shall be prorated on a daily basis.

                       (2)     The monthly Rent rate for the first year is five thousand dollars US
($5,000) per month of occupancy. The first rent payment will begin February 1st or when the
building successfully passes the Hazardous Materials Survey and Report (HAZMAT),
Americans with Disabilities Act ADA Compliance, Building Infrastructure Systems Assessment
and Buildings Envelope Assessment; whichever is longer. Tennant will pay the costs associated
with all required inspections and assessments. The second year monthly rental rate will be seven
thousand dollars US ($7,000). The monthly rental rate for years three and four will be nine
thousand- five hundred dollars US ($9,500).

                        (3) Purchase Option. Tenant shall have the sole and exclusive right to
exercise its option to purchase the property at the end of the first, second, third and/or fourth year
of the term. If Tenant exercises the purchase option at the end of the first year, the final purchase
price will be no more than nine hundred seventy-five thousand dollars US ($975,000). If Tenant
exercises option at the end of the second year, the final purchase price will be no more than one
million one hundred thousand dollars US ($1,100,000). If Tenant exercises option at the end of
the third or fourth year, the final purchase price will be no more than one million two hundred-
fifty thousand dollars US ($1,250,000). If Tenant decides not to exercise its option to purchase, it
may continue to rent the property from the landlord at a monthly rate no higher than ten
thousand-five hundred dollars per month US ($10,500).




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               (b)     Utilities and Maintenance Overhead. In addition to all rent payable by
Tenant, and in partial satisfaction of Tenant's obligation to maintain the Premises, Tenant shall
pay, without demand, on or before the fifth day of each calendar month, beginning on January
5th, 2011 or 30 days after the date all inspections are completed and passed; the billing amount
directly to Landlord full payment for all utilities actually consumed by Tenant during the
applicable calendar month billed, upon receipt of the copy of the respective utility bills.
Janitorial, Landscaping and Maintenance services will be the sole and absolute responsibility of
the Tenant


                                   SECTION 4
               TENANT'S DUTIESftc Ml "SECTION 4              TENANT'S DUTIES!



               (a)     Tenant shall use the Premises for the operation of public/private Schools,
and for School-related activities and events, including but not limited to: athletic events, social
events, extracurricular activities, fundraising events, School-affiliated entity events and other
meetings and activities related thereto. Such School and School-related events may be open to
Tenant's officers, employees, volunteers, students and their families and friends, invitees of such
persons and the general public as may be allowed or required by applicable law. All such
meetings, events or activities may be conducted at the Facilities without requiring the consent of
Landlord and Tenant may at its sole discretion, use the Premises for other purposes not described
herein.

               (b)     In the operation of the School on the Premises, Tenant (or assigns of the
Tenant) always shall comply with the applicable provisions of the Texas Education Code, and all
applicable rules and regulations of all federal, state and local governmental agencies. Tenant
shall forward to Landlord copies of any notices received from any governmental authorities
pertaining to the Facilities relating to compliance with any such laws or rules within five (5)
business days after receiving them.

                 (c)     During the Term, Tenant shall either file for personal property tax
exemption or pay, prior to delinquency, all taxes, if any, assessed against furnishings, equipment,
fixtures and other personally owned by Tenant and contained in the Premises. Tenant shall exert
its best efforts to cause said furnishings, equipment and other personally to be assessed and billed
separately from the real and personal property of Landlord. In the event any such furnishings,
equipment or personally owned by Tenant are assessed and taxed to Landlord, Tenant shall
either pursue a personal property tax exemption to include such personally or reimburse
Landlord for Tenant's pro-rata share of such taxes within ten (10) business days after delivery to
Tenant by Landlord of a statement in writing from Landlord setting forth the amount of taxes
applicable to Tenant's interest and a copy of the tax-assessment notice. Landlord shall provide
Tenant with a copy of any such tax-assessment within five (5) business days to allow Tenant
sufficient time to file for any tax-exemptions or to protest the assessment with the appropriate
governmental entity.




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                 (d)     Tenant may put up permanent signs that are ordinary and/or customary at
public/private schools in the State of Texas as determined by Tenant's Board of Directors at and
in the Facilities, so long as such do not change the color, architectural treatment or appearance of
the Premises or the Facilities.

                 (e)     Tenant's employees, students and invitees may park in all of the Facilities'
parking spaces at all hours that those individuals are working or attending School or School-
related activities at the Premises.

        4.1    Signagejtc \12 "4.2 Signage}. Subject to the provisions of Section 4.l(d),
Tenant may construct in accordance with plans and specifications approved by Landlord, such
permanent exterior signage as Tenant may deem necessary for purposes of identification of the
School and notification of students, parents and employees of the School as to matters related
thereto. Furthermore, permanent classroom and administrative office identification signs,
achievement signs, bulletin and announcement boards, and signs providing directions shall be
allowed. Any posters, banners and/or decorations, whether in classroom areas, joint use areas or
common areas shall be affixed to walls of the Facilities temporarily, and shall be removed at the
termination of this Lease.

        4.2 Assignment or Subletting{tc \12 "4,4       No Assignment or Subletting}. If Tenant
desires to assign, mortgage, pledge or hypothecate its rights under this Lease, Tenant must obtain
consent from Landlord and such consent shall not be unreasonably withheld. Tenant does have
the sole and exclusive right under the Terms if this Lease to sublet the Premises or any part
thereof without the prior express written permission of Landlord; as such practices are vita! to
and consistent with Tenant's normal business operations. Tenant shall notify Landlord of any
organizations, individuals, and/or entities that will enter into such agreements with Tenant.

       4.4     No Liens by TenantItc \12 "4.5       No Liens by Tenant}. Tenant at all times
shall keep the Premises, the Facilities, and Tenant's fixtures, free of all liens, recorded or
otherwise, created or permitted by the actions or omissions of Tenant.

        4.5   Maintenance of Facilitiesltc \12 "5.3 Maintenance of Facilities}.      Except as
otherwise provided herein, Tenant acknowledges and agrees that any required maintenance,
repairs or modifications required for the Premises or the Facilities during the Term shall be
undertaken by Tenant at Tenant's sole cost and expense; which includes but is not limited to the
A/C and Heating Units on the property.


       4.6     Compliance With Environmental Lawsitc \12 "4.6                Compliance         With
Environmental Laws}. Tenant agrees to comply with all environmental laws and regulations
of any governmental entity applicable to the Premises or the Facilities as a result of the
conduct of the activities of the School thereon, including but not limited to the Asbestos
Hazard Emergency Response Act of 1986, and all regulations of the Environmental
Protection Agency promulgated thereunder; any other federal, state or local
environmental, hazardous substance or toxic substance reporting laws or regulations; and
any other laws or regulations placing obligations upon either Landlord or Tenant in



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connection with the operation of the School on the Premises. Without limiting the generality
of the foregoing Landlord agrees, at its sole cost and expense, (i) to conduct all inspections of the
Premises or the Facilities required under any such laws or regulations with respect to the use of
the Premises for the operation of the School, (ii) to comply with (A) all continuing inspection,
operations and maintenance, periodic surveillance and reporting obligations under any such laws
or regulations, and (B) all obligations under any such laws or regulations with respect to the
preparation of appropriate operations, maintenance and repair programs and management plans,
the clean up and abatement of any conditions discovered, and the retention of appropriate records
with respect to the use of the Premises for the operation of the School.

                                   SECTION 5
          LANDLORD'S DUTIESItc Ml "SECTION 5                     LANDLORD'S DUTIES!

       5.1     Utilities Provided by Landlordjtc \12 "5.1 Utilities Provided by Landlord}.
Landlord shall provide to the Premises connections to all utilities including electricity, natural
gas, water, and sewer.

        Landlord shall take all reasonable steps to assure that the agreed upon connection
services to be provided by Landlord as described above shall be available to Tenant at all times.
Failure by Landlord to any extent to furnish these defined services, or any cessation thereof,
resulting from causes beyond the control of Landlord, shall not render Landlord liable, in any
respect, for damages to any person or property, so long as Landlord acts in good faith to restore
said service as promptly as reasonably possible.

        5.2     Furnishings and Equipmentitc \12 "5.2           Telephones       and     Technology}.
Landlord agrees to provide office equipment, presently at the facilities to the tenant for the use of
students, faculty and staff as included in this Lease. Educational manipulative, instructional
support equipment, bulletin and writing boards and other educational equipment that are
currently in the facilities are to remain in the leased facilities for the use of the students, faculty
and staff of Tenant. Landlord transfers and conveys to Tenant all title and rights to personal
property located on the Premises and in the Facilities as of August 1, 2010 for use by School
students and staff.

                              SECTION 6
INSURANCE AND INDEMNITYftc Ml "SECTION 6                        INSURANCE AND INDEMNITY!

        6.1    Tenant's Insuranceitc \12 "6.1 Tenant's Insurance}. Tenant shall carry at its own
cost throughout the Term, with an insurance carrier satisfactory to Landlord, (i) combined
comprehensive public liability insurance with single-limit coverage for personal and bodily
injury and property damage of not less than ONE MILLION DOLLARS ($1,000,000) or, upon
Landlord's request, such larger amount as is then customary for a charter school of a size and
location(s) comparable to the School and occupying facilities comparable to the Premises,
insuring both Landlord and Tenant against claims in connection with injury and death sustained
by persons, or for damage to property, while on the Premises, (ii) fire and extended coverage
insurance on the equipment, fixtures and other improvements of the Premises owned by Tenant
in an amount not less than the full insurable replacement value thereof, exclusive of foundations




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and structural members of the Premises, and with the awards for any loss insured thereby
payable to Landlord and Tenant and any trust deed holder with a lien against the Premises, as
their interests may appear, and (iii) employer's liability and workers' compensation insurance
prescribed by applicable law. Any proceeds from such fire and extended coverage insurance
shall be used to repair and restore the Premises in the manner to be determined and administered
solely by Landlord, subject to Section 7.7 (entitled "Damage By Fire or Casualty") hereof. Both
the public liability and the fire and extended insurance coverage shall provide that Landlord
receive at least thirty (30) days' written notice prior to change or cancellation of the coverage.
Simultaneously herewith, annually hereafter, and each time a change is made in any insurance or
insurance carrier, Tenant will furnish to Landlord a memorandum or certificate of insurance as to
the term and coverage of the insurance in force, the persons insured and the fact that the
coverage may not be canceled, altered or permitted to lapse or expire without thirty (30) days'
advance written notice to Landlord. Landlord and Tenant each waive any and all rights to
recover against the other party, or against any of officers, directors, employees or agents of such
other party, for any loss or damage to such waiving party arising from any cause covered by any
property insurance carried by such party to the extent of the limits of such policy. Landlord and
Tenant, from time to time, shall cause their respective insurers to issue appropriate waiver of
subrogation rights endorsements to all property insurance policies carried in connection with the
Premises or the Facilities.

        6.2     Landlord's Insuranceltc \12 "6.2         Landlord's Insurance}. Landlord shall carry
at its own cost throughout the Term, with an insurance carrier satisfactory to Tenant,
(i) combined comprehensive public liability insurance with single-limit coverage for personal
and bodily injury and property damage of not less than ONE MILLION DOLLARS ($1,000,000)
or, upon Tenant's request, such larger amount as is then customary for a church of a size and
location(s) comparable to the Landlord's church and occupying facilities comparable to the
Facilities, insuring both Landlord and Tenant against claims in connection with injury and death
sustained by persons, or for damage to property, while on the Land, (ii) fire and extended
coverage insurance on the equipment, fixtures and other improvements of the Premises owned by
Landlord in an amount not less than the full insurable replacement value thereof, exclusive of
foundations and structural members of the Facilities, and with the awards for any loss insured
thereby payable to Landlord and any trust deed holder with a lien against the Land, as their
interests may appear, and (iii) employer's liability and workers' compensation insurance
prescribed by applicable law. Any proceeds from such fire and extended coverage insurance
shall be used to repair and restore the Facilities, in the manner to be determined and administered
solely by Landlord, subject to Section 7.7 (entitled "Damage By Fire or Casualty") hereof. Both
the public liability and the fire and extended insurance coverage shall provide that Tenant receive
at least thirty (30) days' written notice prior to change or cancellation of the coverage.
Simultaneously herewith, annually hereafter and each time a change is made in any insurance or
insurance carrier, Landlord will furnish to Tenant a memorandum or certificate of insurance as to
the term and coverage of the insurance in force, the persons insured and the fact that the
coverage may not be canceled, altered or permitted to lapse or expire without thirty (30) days'
advance written notice to Tenant. Landlord and Tenant each waive any and all rights to recover
against the other party, or against any of officers, directors, employees or agents of such other
party, for any loss or damage to such waiving party arising from any cause covered by any
property insurance carried by such party to the extent of the limits of such policy. Landlord and

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Tenant, from time to time, shall cause their respective insurers to issue appropriate waiver of
subrogation rights endorsements to all property insurance policies carried in connection with the
Premises or the Facilities.

         6.3      Mutual Indemnification{tc \12 "6.3 Mutual Indemnification}.         No officer,
director, employee or agent of Landlord shall have any personal liability whatsoever with respect
to any provision of this Lease, or any obligation or liability arising from this Lease or in
connection with this Lease in the event of a breach or default by Landlord of any of its
obligations hereunder. No officer, director, employee or agent of Tenant shall have any personal
liability whatsoever with respect to any provision of this Lease, or any obligation or liability
arising from this Lease, or in connection with this Lease in the event of a breach or default by
Tenant of any of its obligations hereunder. To the extent permitted by applicable law, Tenant
will indemnify Landlord, its agents, employees, officers and directors for, and hold them
harmless from and against, and promptly reimburse them for any and all cost, loss or expense,
including attorneys' fees arising from any liability or damages from any suits, fines, penalties,
liabilities, actions, settlements, claims or demands in connection with or arising from this Lease
or the use of the Premises by Tenant, including but not limited to any liability arising out of a
breach or default by Tenant of any of its obligations hereunder. If Tenant fails to surrender the
Premises to Landlord on expiration of the Term. Tenant shall hold Landlord harmless from and
promptly indemnify Landlord for all damages resulting from Tenant's failure to surrender the
Premises. Landlord will indemnify Tenant, its agents, employees, officers and directors for and
hold them harmless from and against and promptly reimburse them for any and all cost, loss or
expense, including attorneys' fees arising from any liability or damages from any suits, fines,
penalties, liabilities, actions, settlements, claims or demands in connection with or arising from
this Lease or the use of the Facilities or the joint use or shared use Premises by Landlord,
including but not limited to any liability arising out of a breach or default by Landlord of any of
its obligations hereunder.

                                        SECTION 7
                        GENERAL {tc \11 "SECTION 7           GENERAL}

        7.1    Access by Landlord {tc \I2 "7.1       Access by Landlord). Landlord, its agents
and employees, shall have the right to enter any portion of the Premises at reasonable hours and
upon reasonable notice to examine the condition thereof, to make any repairs or alterations and
for any other purpose deemed reasonable by Landlord. Such persons will be required to check in
with the School office in accordance with state law and School policy,

        7.2     Maintenance {tc \12 "7.2        Maintenance!. Landlord, at its own expense, except
where such expense is caused by the gross negligence or willful acts or omissions of Tenant, its
employees, agents, students or invitees, shall maintain in a safe and good working order (i) the
structure of the Premises, (ii) the means of providing utilities to the Premises, during the Term.
Tenant shall cooperate with Landlord in its maintenance endeavors, and shall prevent the
unnecessary and inordinate wear and tear on the Premises by Tenant, its employees, agents,
invitees and students. Landlord shall not be responsible for the costs that may be associated with
the repair and or subsequent replacement of existing or future Air Conditioning and or Heating
Units used to cool and heat the facilities on the Premises.



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         Landlord will not, without the prior written consent of Tenant, make any alterations,
installations, changes, additions or improvements, structural or otherwise, in or to the Premises,
the Facilities or any part thereof, other than for maintenance pursuant to the immediately
preceding paragraph. Any such changes or alterations shall be at Landlord's sole expense.
Tenant will not, without the prior written consent of Landlord (which shall not be unreasonably
withheld), make any alterations, installations, changes, additions or improvements, structural or
otherwise, in or to the Premises or any part thereof. Any such changes or alterations shall be at
Tenant's sole expense.

        7.3     Default by Tenant (tc \12 "7.3 Default by Tenant}.        Time and the punctual
performance of all provisions of this Lease are of the essence. If default is made in the payment
of any sum to be paid by Tenant under this Lease, and such monetary default continues for
ten (10) business days after written notice of such default is given to Tenant, or default is made
in the performance of any of the other such covenants or conditions which Tenant is required to
observe and to perform, and such non-monetary default continues for thirty (30) days after
written notice to Tenant, given pursuant to Section 7.20 hereof; provided, that, if the nature of
Tenant's obligation is such that more than thirty (30) days are required for performance, then the
period during which Tenant must perform shall be extended for the period of time necessary to
complete performance provided that Tenant has commenced performance, and thereafter
diligently pursues such performance until completion, or if the interest of Tenant under this
Lease is levied or placed under execution or other legal process, or if any petition shall be filed
by or against Tenant to declare Tenant a bankrupt or to delay, reduce or modify the Tenant's
debts or obligations, and if Tenant does not vigorously contest by appropriate proceedings and
has vacated or removed within thirty (30) days (one hundred twenty [120] days in the event of
any bankruptcy filing) after the date of creation, service or filing any such levy, execution, legal
process or petition, or if Tenant shall be declared insolvent according to law, or if any
assignment of Tenant's property shall be made for the benefit of creditors, or if a receiver or
trustee is appointed for Tenant or its property, or if Tenant shall abandon or vacate the Premises
during the Term, or if Tenant causes or permits any act (i) for which this Lease requires the prior
written consent of Landlord, unless such consent is obtained, or (ii) prohibited by this Lease,
then Landlord may treat the occurrence of any one or more of the foregoing events as a breach of
this Lease and thereupon, at its option may have any one or more of the following described
remedies in addition to all other rights and remedies provided at law or in equity:

                      (a)     Landlord may terminate this Lease, by written notice to Tenant,
and forthwith repossess the Premises, and shall be entitled to recover forthwith as damages a sum
of money equal to the total of the worth at the time of award of any unpaid rent (and any other
sums due Landlord under the terms of this Lease) which had been earned at the time of
termination; and

              (b)      Landlord may take such action required to cure the breach and bill Tenant
for any expenses incurred by Landlord in curing such breach, and Tenant shall be obligated to
pay such within fifteen (15) days upon receiving it.




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        7.4   Performance by Landlord{tc \12 "7.4 Performance by Landlord}. If Tenant fails
to perform any of its obligations under this Lease, Landlord, at its option, may perform such
obligation and the actual cost of such performance by Landlord shall be due and payable by
Tenant to Landlord, as Additional Rent.

        7.5    Default by Landlorditc \12 "7.5      Default by Landlord}. Landlord shall not be
in default under this Lease unless Landlord fails to perform obligations required of Landlord
within a reasonable time after written notice by Tenant to Landlord of such pending default;
provided that, if the nature of Landlord's obligation is such that more than thirty (30) days are
required for performance, then the period during which Landlord must perform shall be extended
for the period of time necessary to complete performance provided that Landlord has
commenced performance and thereafter diligently pursues such performance until completion.

         7.6     Damage by Fire or CasualtvUc \12 "7.7        Damage by Fire or Casualty}. In the
event of damage or destruction of the Premises by fire or any other casualty, not the fault of
Tenant, its students, employees, agents, volunteers or independent contractors, Landlord may
elect either (i) to terminate this Lease by written notice to Tenant, or (ii) to repair or restore the
Premises at its own cost and expense. Due allowance, however, shall be given for reasonable
time required for adjustment and settlement of insurance claims, and for such other delays as
may result from government restrictions and government controls on construction, if any, and for
strikes, national emergencies and other conditions beyond the control of Landlord. It is agreed
that in any of the aforesaid events, if this Lease shall continue in full force and effect, but if the
condition is such as to make the Premises untenable, then the Rent which Tenant is obligated to
pay hereunder shall abate as of the date of the occurrence until Landlord has either (i) repaired or
restored the Premises, or (ii) provided, at its own cost and expense, comparable substitute
facilities located reasonably proximate to the Facilities for the operation of the School. Any
unpaid or prepaid Rent for the month in which said condition occurs shall be prorated.

        If the Premises is partially damaged or destroyed, then, during the time that Tenant is
deprived of the use of the damaged portion of the Premises, Tenant shall be required to pay Rent
covering only (i) that part of the Premises that it is able to occupy, based on that portion of the
total Rent which the amount of square foot area remaining that can be occupied bears to the total
square foot area of the Premises, and/or (ii) if provided by Landlord at its own cost and expense,
comparable substitute facilities for the operation of the School located reasonably proximate to
the Facilities.

       In the event the Premises is destroyed substantially or totally by fire or other casualty so
as to be entirely untenable, and it shall require more than sixty (60) days for Landlord to
commence restoration of same, then either Party, upon written notice to the other Party, may
terminate this Lease, in which case the Rent shall be apportioned and paid to the date of said fire
or other casualty. No compensation or claim or diminution of Rent or other amounts due
hereunder will be allowed or paid by Landlord, by reason of inconvenience, annoyance, or injury
to Tenant's School or business.

        In the event of damage or destruction to the Premises by fire or any other casualty as a
result of the willful or negligent act or omission of Tenant, its students, employees, agents, or

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independent contractors, Landlord shall have no obligation to repair the Premises, and Tenant
shall promptly repair the same within sixty (60) days after the damage, subject to extensions for
delays or reasons beyond Tenant's control. Rent and other amounts due hereunder shall continue
to be payable (at the then-existing Rent rate), but the Rent shall be abated by the proportional
extent of the damage during such period of repair. If Tenant fails to repair the Premises as
provided in this paragraph, then such failure shall constitute a default under Section 7.3 and
Landlord shall have all the rights and remedies therein provided.

         7.6   Condemnationftc \12 "7.8        Condemnation}. In the event that the Premises is
taken so substantially and permanently by the power of eminent domain as to make the
uncondemned portion of the Premises unsuitable, in the reasonable opinion of either Party, for
Tenant's continued use, then this Lease may be terminated by either Party as of the effective date
of the taking by written notice to the other party.

        7.7     Sale of Facilities by Landlord {tc \12 "7.9     Sale of Facilities by Landlord). In
the event of any sale by Landlord of the Facilities or the Land, this Lease with all provisions
contained herein (including but not limited to the Purchase Options of the Tenant) shall continue
in effect without encumbrance to Tenant. Upon a Sale, Landlord shall be released from all
further obligations to Tenant under this Lease automatically upon the sale or other transfer of all
of Landlord's right, title or interest in this Lease to any other party.

        7.8     Surrender of Premisesltc \12 "7.10 Surrender of Premises}. Except as provided
herein, on the expiration or earlier termination of the Term, Tenant shall surrender to Landlord
the Premises and all improvements and alterations in good condition, except for ordinary wear
and tear, the Tenant shall remove all of its equipment and other personal property.

        7.9     Tenant's Property; Disposition of Inventory {tc \12 "7.11  Tenant's      Property;
Disposition of Inventory}. Tenant may install fixtures in the Facilities. Except as otherwise
required by applicable state law, all such fixtures or alterations shall become the property of
Landlord upon expiration of the Term, unless the Parties agree otherwise in writing; provided,
however, that Landlord may elect to waive in writing its right to any item or items of such
property, and in that event Landlord may require Tenant to, and Tenant shall promptly remove
such item or items, and Tenant shall promptly make all restorations to the Premises made
necessary by such removal. If Tenant fails to promptly remove such property, Landlord may
remove such property and Tenant shall be liable to Landlord for the costs of such removal, and
for the costs of restoration of the Premises made necessary by such removal. Except to the
extent prohibited by applicable law, (i) Landlord may elect to retain, remove or dispose of any of
Tenant's alterations, equipment or other personal property that Tenant does not remove from the
Premises within thirty (30) days following the expiration of the Term, and (ii) Tenant waives all
claims against Landlord for any damage to Tenant resulting from Landlord's retention or
disposition of any such equipment or other personal property. Tenant shall be liable to Landlord
for Landlord's costs for storing, removing and disposal of any of Tenant's equipment or other
personal property and for Landlord's costs for any restoration of the Premises made necessary
because of the removal of any of such property from the Premises.



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        7.10 Holding Over itc \12 "7.12       Holding Over!. If Tenant holds possession of the
Premises after expiration of the Term, Tenant shall, become a Tenant from month-to-month upon
the terms and conditions herein specified, so far as is applicable, and shall continue to occupy the
Premises on such basis until thirty (30) days after Tenant shall have given Landlord, or Landlord
shall have given Tenant, written notice of intention to terminate such monthly tenancy, or until
Tenant vacates the Premises, whichever occurs first. In any event of Tenant's holding over
beyond the end of the Term, the rental applicable during the holdover period shall be on the same
terms as that due during the Term. All Rent and other amounts due hereunder becoming due and
payable during the holding over period shall be paid according to the same terms and conditions
herein which govern the payment of Rent and such other amounts due hereunder during the
Term.

        7.11 Recording {tc \12 "7.13Recording}. Neither this Lease nor any memorandum of it
shall be recorded. After the expiration or prior termination of this Lease; Tenant, upon
Landlord's request, shall deliver to Landlord a release drafted so as to extinguish any right, title
and interest held by Tenant pursuant to this Lease.

       7.12 Brokerage Fee{tc \12 "7.14 Brokerage Fee}. Each party represents that it has
not had any dealings with any real estate broker, finder, or other person, with respect to this
Lease. Each Party shall hold harmless the other Party from and shall promptly reimburse the
other Party for all damages resulting from any claims that may be asserted against the other Party
by any real estate broker, finder, or other person, with whom the indemniiying party has or
purportedly has dealt regarding this Lease.

        7.13 Waiver of Breach itc \12 "7.15Waiver of Breach}. Waiver by either Party of non-
performance or breach of any condition or legal right or remedy under this Lease or under law,
shall not constitute any further waiver of any other condition or legal right or remedy. No waiver
of any condition or legal right or remedy shall be implied by the failure of either party to declare
a default of this Lease when such Party has the right to do so. No waiver by either Party of any
condition or legal right or remedy shall be valid unless it is in writing signed by the waiving
party.

        7.14 No Business Relationshipltc \12 "7.16             No      Business       Relationship}.
Landlord and Tenant are independent contracting parties and under no circumstances shall their
relationship be held out as, or interpreted to be, or create an agency or joint venture relationship.
Upon Landlord's written request, Tenant shall promptly provide Landlord with an official copy
of a duly filed Assumed Name Certificate for the business to be conducted on the Premises.
Neither Party shall acquire any right to use the name of the other Party in its operations. Each
Party agrees not to purchase goods, make contracts, or otherwise deal in the name of the other
party. Upon Landlord's written request, Tenant at Tenant's expense shall post a sign
prominently in the Premises which shall state that Tenant is a charter school independent of
Landlord, and is not affiliated with Landlord, and Tenant shall include the same information on
all forms utilized by Tenant for the operation of the School.

        7.15 Estoppel Certificate itc \12 "7.17  Estoppel Certificatel. Tenant shall, within
ten (10) days after Landlord's written request, deliver to Landlord an estoppel certificate

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certifying that this Lease is unmodified and in full force and effect, that there are no offsets,
defenses or claims by Tenant against Landlord, and that any other representations that Landlord
may request regarding the status of the Lease and Tenant's obligations thereunder are true.

        7.16   Attorneys' Feesjtc \12 "7.18 Attorneys' Fees}. In the event of any action or
proceeding brought by either Party to this Lease against the other Party regarding the
enforcement of any rights or obligations under this Lease, the prevailing Party shall be entitled to
recover for the fees and expenses of its attorneys and court costs for such action or proceeding,
including the costs of appeal, if any, in such amount as the court may adjudge reasonable.

         7.17     Quiet Enjoymentltc \12 "7.19 Quiet Enjoyment). Upon payment by Tenant of all
items of Rent, and any and all other sums to be paid by Tenant to Landlord hereunder, and the
observance and performance of all of the covenants, term and conditions to be observed and
performed by Tenant, Tenant shall have the peaceful and quiet use of the Facilities and Premises,
and all rights, servitudes and privileges belonging, or in anywise appertaining thereto or granted
hereby, for the Term, without hindrance or interruption by Landlord, or any other person or
persons lawfully claiming by, through or under Landlord, subject nevertheless to the terms and
conditions of this Lease, and to any mortgage, deed of trust or agreement to which this Lease
and/or Landlord's interest in the Premises and the Facilities, is subordinate. Landlord warrants
that it has full right and authority to enter into this Lease for the full term hereof.

        7.18   Notices|tc \12 "7.20 Notices}. All notices to be given to Tenant shall be given
in writing by sending the same by certified United States mail, return receipt requested, postage
prepaid and addressed to Tenant at its mailing address of PO Box 535426 Grand Prairie, Texas
75053 (Arm: Uplift Fort Worth Facilities Director), or at such other address as Tenant may from
time to time designate in writing. All notices to be given to Landlord shall be given in writing by
personal delivery (whether by hand, email, fax or otherwise) or by sending the same by certified
United States mail, return receipt requested, postage prepaid and addressed to Landlord's current
mailing address or at such other address as Landlord may from time to time designate by notice
in accordance with the provision hereof. All notices shall be deemed delivered upon receipt (or
refusal to accept receipt if hand delivered) or forty-eight (48) hours after being deposited in the
United States mail in accordance with the foregoing provisions.

       7.19   Headings{tc M2 "7.21 Headings}. The Section headings, subsection headings and
Table of Contents of this Lease shall have no effect on the interpretation of this Lease.

        7.20   Entire Agreement lie \12 "7.22Entire Agreement}. This Lease contains the entire
agreement between the Parties. No promise, representation, warranty, or covenant not included
in this Lease has been or is relied on by either Party. Each Party has relied on its own
examination of this Lease, the counsel of its own advisors, and the warranties, representation and
covenants of the Lease itself. This Lease may be executed in counterparts.

       7.21 Applicable Lawjtc V12 "7.23 Applicable Law}. This Lease shall be construed
and enforced in accordance with the laws of the State of Texas. If any term or provision of this
Lease, or the application thereof to any person or circumstances shall, to any extent, be invalid,
or unenforceable, the remainder of this Lease, or the application of such term or provision to

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persons or circumstances, other than those as to which it is held invalid or unenforceable, shall
not be affected thereby, and each term and provision of this Lease shall be valid and enforced to
the fullest extent permitted by law. Tenant and Landlord shall immediately enter into an
amendment to this Lease which shall contain a legally valid substitute term or provision to be
applicable to those persons or circumstances for which the original term or provision has been
deemed invalid or unenforceable. The effect of such substitute term or provision, to the extent
legally possible, shall be as closely identical as possible to that of the term or provision it
replaces.

       7.22 Binding Provisions {tc \12 "7.24       Binding Provisions!.  All restrictions,
covenants and conditions hereof shall bind and inure to the benefit of the heirs, assigns,
successors and representatives of Landlord and Tenant.

       Each person executing this Lease on behalf of Landlord hereby certifies that he or she has
the authority to execute this Lease on behalf of Landlord, and thereby bind(s) Landlord
hereunder. Each person executing this Lease on behalf of Tenant hereby certifies that he or she
has the authority to execute this Lease on behalf of Tenant, and thereby bind(s) Tenant
hereunder.

                                 [Signatures on following page]




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      IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have executed this Lease as of the date first
above written.

"LANDLORD"

Pinnacle Commercial Property Group
PCPG, LLC




'TENANT"

UPLIFT FOI^T WO(RTH, CDC

By:_
D. L.




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            Prime Prep Academy Charter School Application


13. Assurance Documents and Required Campaign Contribution Form

1. Special Education Assurances and Development of Policies and Procedures

2. Bilinguals Education/ESL. Section 504 and Dyslexia Assurance

3. General Application of Assurances for Federal Programs

4. Special Assurances Documents

5. State Broad of Education Disclosure of Campaign Contribution Form




Prime Prep Academy 2011                                                 Page

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Sponsoring Entity: Uplift Fort Worth

Proposed Charter School Name:       Prime Prep Academy

                 Sixteenth Generation Charter Application
Special Education Assurances and Development of Policies and Procedures

Pursuant to the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act (IDEA 2004) Section
613 (a) (1), each charter school must have on file with the Texas Education Agency (TEA) a plan
that provides assurances that it has in effect policies, procedures and programs consistent with
State policies and procedures governing special education. Charter schools are required to
develop plans using the online Legal Framework for the Child-Centered Process following the
guidance below. Posting plans on the Legal Framework is not required, but is strongly encouraged.


Electronic Submission
Region 18 Education Service Center (ESC) in coordination with other ESCs provides leadership
to the State in the electronic development of charter policies and procedures through the online
Legal Framework for the Child-Centered Process Phase IV: "Charting the Course" (Legal
Framework-Phase IV) at http://framework.escl8.net/.

Applicant Assurance Statement
The sponsoring entity's CEO must sign the assurance statement below certifying that the proposed
charter school will have in place upon opening the above-described special education policies and
procedures. Once the contract is issued and a county district number is assigned, the charter
holder will develop its policies and procedures through the online Legal Framework.

Future Updates to Policies and Procedures
Charters will use the Legal Framework for developing and submitting updated policies and
procedures assurances in the future. Guidance from ESCs on updates to policies and procedures
will be ongoing.

Technical Assistance
For questions concerning or information about the electronic submission of charter policies and
procedures, please consult with your regional ESC special education contact at http://www.tea.
state.tx.us/special.ed/escinfo/co ntact.html.

                                     Assurance Statement

By signing below, the sponsoring entity assures that the proposed charter school will have in place
prior to opening policies and procedures that ensure implementation of IDEA 2004 and all federal
regulations, Texas laws, State Board of Education (SBOE) rules, and commissioner's rules
concerning students with disabilities receiving special education services and further assures that
any future amendments to the regulations, laws, and rules will be incorporated into policies and
procedures and implemented by the charter school.

DL Wallace
Printed Nap^e of Sponsoring Entity Board Chair

      ,/,•/ /sc^l           _—
                                                                January 18,2011

 Signature of Sponsoring Entity Board Chair
 (must sign in blue ink)
                                                                                   SAS 533-11
                                                                                RFA 701-10-118

                                          •00215
Sponsoring Entity: Uplift Fort Worth

Proposed Charter School Name: Prime Prep Academy


                  Sixteenth Generation Charter Application
       Bilingual Education/ESL, Section 504, and Dyslexia Assurances
TEC, Chapter 29, Subchapter B, TEC §12. 104 (b) (2) (G), and 19 TAG §§89.1 20 J-. 1265 require charter
schools to identify limited English proficient students based on state criteria and to provide an appropriate
bilingual education or English as a second language program conducted by teachers certified for such
courses.
A. The charter holder certifies that prior to serving students the charter will have policies and procedures
   in place ensuring that it complies with the legal and regulatory requirements concerning identifying
   and providing appropriate educational services to limited English proficient students.
    Check one:
       [x]Yes
       QNo

Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, 29 U.S.C. §794, prohibits discrimination on the basis of
disability in any program receiving federal financial assistance. A recipient that operates a public
education program or activity shall provide a free, appropriate public education to qualified individuals.

B. The charter holder certifies that prior to serving students the charter will have policies and procedures
   in place ensuring that it complies with the legal and regulatory requirements concerning identifying
   and providing appropriate educational services to students protected by Section 504.
   Check one:
       xYes


TEC §38.003, TEC§12.104(b)(2)(K), 19 TAC §74.28 and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, 29
U.S.C. §794, require charter schools to identify students with dyslexia or related disorders and to provide
appropriate educational services.
C. The charter holder certifies that prior to serving students the charter will have policies and procedures
   in place ensuring that it complies with the legal and regulatory requirements concerning identifying
   and providing appropriate educational services to students with dyslexia or related disorders.
   Check one:
       xYes



I the undersigned hereby certify that the information contained in this document is, to the best of my
knowledge, correct and that the governing body of the charter holder has authorized me to provide these
assurances.

DL Wallace

Printed Name of Sfpoiisoring Entity Board Chair

                                                                  January 18, 2011

Signature oftSpon&hng Entity Board Chair                          Date
(must sign in blue ink)


                                                                                             SAS533-11
                                                                                          RFA70MO-118

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   Uplift Fort Worth, CDC                                                                                 26-2079101
   Official Name of Charter Holder                                                                       FE1 No./Taxpayer ID

Prime Prep Academy                                                                                         #220
   Charter School Name                                                                                  County-District No.
                                              TEXAS EDUCATION AGENCY

                                         Division of Planning and Grant Reporting

                      General Application of Assurances for Federal Programs Administered by the
                                             U.&. Department of Education

Authority for Data Collection: 20 USC Section J232e and~P. L. 1Q7-110. No Child Left Behind Act of 2001. Title IX, Part~
     C, Section 9306 (a).
Planned Use of Data: The requirements established in United States Code Annotated, Title 20, Education, Chapter 31,
     Subchapter III, Section 1232e stipulate that "Each local education agency which participates in an applicable program
     under which federal funds are made available to such agency through a State agency shall submit,, to such agency or
     board, a general application containing the assurances set forth in subsection (b) of this section". The requirements of P.
     L. 107-110, No Child Left Behind Act of 2001, Title IX, Part C, Section 9306 (a) stipulate that "any applicant, other than
     a State educational agency that submits a plan or application under this Act, whether separately or pursuant to section
     9305, shall have on file with the State educational agency a single set of assurances, applicable to each program for
     which a plan or application is submitted." The application shall cover the participation by the local educational agency,
     public agency, nonprofit private agency, institution, organization or Indian tribe in all federal programs administered by
     the U.S. Department of Education.
Instructions: This general application will be in effect for the duration of participation in federal programs until such time as
     the requirements change. The superintendent or authorized official must sign the certification and return to the address
     below. Payment for federally funded applications and contracts cannot be made by this Agency until the general
     application is received. Payments to grantees for current grants may be delayed if the General Application of Assurances
     is not received in the time requested. For further information, contact the Division of Planning and Grant Reporting at
     (512)463-7004.

Certification:
I, the undersigned authorized official for the above-named local educational agency, public agency, nonprofit private agency,
institution, organization or Indian tribe in accordance with 20 USC Section 1232c and P. L. 107-110, No Child Left Behind
Act of 2001, Title IX, Part C, Section 9306 (a), hereby apply for participation in federally funded education programs.

I certify that the above-named local educational agency, public agency, nonprofit private agency, institution, organization or
Indian tribe will adhere to the assurances stated on the reverse side of this form.

Typed Name of Authorized Official of         Date            Telephone              Authorized. OriginahSignatun; (blue ink)
Charter Holder
 DL Wallace
Typed Title of Authorized Official of
Charter Holder
                                             1/18/11         817-456-9539
                                                                                      /'// JL~J~-~
                                                                                     ,w3^y~~
CEO
Address of Charter Holder                                                    City
                                                                                      ^ I-               State      Zip Code
    4400 Panola Ave.                                              Fort Worth                             TX         76103




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                                                               ASSURANCES

The following assurances are provided in accordance with the United States Code Annotated, Title 20, Education, Chapter 31,
Subchapter HI, Section 1232e and P. L. 107-110, No Child Left Behind Act of 2001, Title IX, Part C, Section 9306 (a):

Assurance is hereby given that:

(1) the local educational agency will administer each program covered by the application in accordance with all applicable statutes,
    regulations, program plans, and applications;

(2) the control of funds provided to the local educational agency under each program, and title to property acquired with those funds, will
    be in a public agency and a public agency will administer those funds and property;

(3) the local educational agency will use fiscal control and fund accounting procedures that will ensure proper disbursement of, and
    accounting for, Federal funds paid to that agency under each program;

(4) the local educational agency will make reports to me Texas Education Agency or State Board of Education and to the Secretary of
    Education as may reasonably be necessary to enable the Texas Education Agency or State Board of Education and the Secretary of
    Education to perform their duties and the local educational agency will maintain such records, including the records required under
    section 1232f * of this title, and provide access to those records, as the Texas Education Agency or State Board of Education or the
    Secretary of Education deem necessary to perform their duties;

(5) the local educational agency will provide reasonable opportunities for the participation by teachers, parents, and other interested
    agencies, organizations, and individuals in the planning for and operation of each program;

(6) any application, evaluation, periodic program plan or report relating to each program will be made readily available to parents and
    other members of the general public;

(7) in the case of any project involving construction-

   (A) me project is not inconsistent with overall State plans for the construction of school facilities, and

   (B) in developing plans for construction, due consideration will be given to excellence of architecture and design and to compliance
      with standards prescribed by the Secretary of Education under section 794 of Title 29 in order to ensure that facilities constructed
      with the use of Federal funds are accessible to and usable by individuals with disabilities;

(8) the local educational agency has adopted effective procedures for acquiring and disseminating to teachers and administrators
    participating in each program significant information from educational research, demonstrations, and similar projects, and for adopting,
    where appropriate, promising educational practices developed through such projects; and

(9) none of the funds expended under any applicable program will be used to acquire equipment (including computer software) in any
    instance in which such acquisition results in a direct financial benefit to any organization representing the interests of the purchasing
    entity or its employees or any affiliate of such an organization.

AND

In addition to the above, the following assurances are provided in accordance with P. L. 107-110, No Child Left Behind Act of 2001,
Title IX, Part C, Section 9306 (a):

(1) (A) the control of funds provided under each such program and title to property acquired with program funds will be in a public agency
    or in a nonprofit private agency, institution, organization, or Indian tribe, if the law authorizing the program provides for assistance to
    those entities; and
    (B) the public agency, nonprofit private agency, institution, or organization, or Indian tribe will administer the funds and property to the
    extent required by the authorizing statutes;
(2) the applicant will adopt and use proper methods of administering each such program, including —
    (A) the enforcement of any obligations imposed by law on agencies, institutions, organizations, and other recipients responsible for
    carrying out each program; and
    (B) the correction of deficiencies in program operations that are identified through audits, monitoring, or evaluation;

(3) the applicant will cooperate in carrying out any evaluation of each such program conducted by or for the State educational agency, the
    Secretary, or other Federal officials;

(4) before the application was submitted, the applicant afforded a reasonable opportunity for public comment on the application and
    considered such comment.

* Section 1232f, United States Code, Title 20, Education
                                                                    RECORDS
      Each recipient of Federal funds under any applicable program through any grant, subgrant, cooperative agreement, loan, or other
      arrangement shall keep records which fully disclose the amount and disposition by the recipient of those funds, and the total cost of
      the activity for which the funds are used, the share of that cost provided from other sources, and such other records as will facilitate
      an effective financial or programmatic audit
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Sponsoring Entity: Uplift Fort Worth, CDC

Proposed Charter School Name:        Prime Prep Academy


                                  Sixteenth Generation Charter Application
                                       Special Assurances Document
The chair of the proposed sponsoring entity shall initial each of the following on this page and the next to indicate an
understanding of and a commitment to comply with each of following assurances:

            n Meetings Requirements:
            charter holder assures that all meetings in which charter school business is discussed will be posted to
        provide public notice, held in an open public forum, and any action items voted upon in a public forum as
        required by the Open Meetings Act in Government Code, Chapter 551.
       Furthermore, the charter holder assures that all of the following will be discussed in open meetings and only
       acted upon with approval of the charter holder board:
        • The annual budget and all amendments to the budget,
        • Any changes to job descriptions from those submitted in the application for charter, and
              changes in compensation from compensation as submitted in the application for charter.

          bile Information Requirements:
        The charter holder assures that information, that is considered public, requested by anyone will be provided in
          :orclance with Government Code, Chapter 552.
              inal History Check Requirements:
        The charter holder assures that criminal history checks will be completed in accordance with law and that no
        person will serve as a member of the governing body of a charter holder, as a member of the governing body of
             charter school, or as an officer or employee of an charter school if the person has been convicted of a
           sdemeanor involving moral turpitude, a felony, an offense listed in TEC 37.007(a) or an offense listed in
          rticle 62.01(5) Code of Criminal Procedure.
         Annual Training Requirements:
          e charter holder assures that all annual training requirements for board members and school administrators will
          completed in accordance with law and commissioner rules.
           'sidential Facilities Monitoring (RFM) System:
            e charter holder assures that it understands that the TEA was required under the Angel G. v. TEA consent
        decree to develop a separate system for monitoring school districts and charter schools that serve students with
        disabilities who reside in RFs, The charter holder further assures that it understands that it will be required to
        begin reporting data related to students with disabilities residing in RFs in TEA's data collection system known as
        RF Tracker and that it may be subject to RFM onsite visits based upon a review of the data it reports or on
                               matly the charter holder assures that it understands that the above-referenced consent decree
               e RFM System require that certain sanctions be imposed against a school district or charter school that has
       tfailed to timely correct noncompliance identified during an onsite visit.

         jecial RF Training:
        The charter holder assures that all personnel involved with serving students with disabilities residing in an RF and
        personnel involved with reporting data in RF Tracker will receive training on the RFM system.




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 SponsonngEntity:

 Proposed Charter School Name:

            and Enrollment
                  er holder assures that parents or prospective students will not be required to attend an interview or
       meeting of any kind prior to admitting and/or enrolling a student, or during the time in which the student is
             led.
          e charter holder assures that volunteer hours, or payment in lieu of volunteer hours, will not be required of the
       parent or guardian as a requirement for student admission or enrollment.
          e charter holder assures that there will be no specified days designated for enrollment and/or admission. If
       space is available, a student will be enrolled and admitted on any day at any time of day and must be counted as
       and considered a charter student immediately. State law does not allow for a trial enrollment period at a public
       school.
         ie~charter holder assures that no student auditions will be required prior to enrollment and admission at the
       charter school unless the charter is originally approved by the State Board of Education (SHOE) as a performing
       arts school with an audition component or the charter was amended by the commissioner of education to
       designate the school a performing arts school with an audition component.
        The charter holder understands that a student may be ineligible for enrollment at a charter school based on a
        history of a criminal offense, a juvenile court adjudication, or discipline problems under Texas Education Code
        (TEC), Chapter 37, Subchapter A, only if the enrollment prohibition was specifically approved by the SBOE
        when the charter was originally awarded, or if the charter was amended by the commissioner of education to
        allow this enrollment prohibition. It must be noted that the enrollment prohibition is not allowed for any prior
    /f\ discipline problems, but only those specified in TEC, Chapter 37, Subchapter A.
    ttirawal and Expulsion Issues
            e-dtiarter holder understands that only the parent or guardian may withdraw a student from the charter school,
         and the only time charter administrators may withdraw a student and use administrative withdrawal as the leaver
         code is in the rare instances when:
                  - a student is withdrawn by the district because the district discovers, when verifying enrollment
         /             information, that the student was not a resident of the district at the time of enrollment;
                  - the district discovers that the student has falsified enrollment information;
                  - proof of identification is not provided; or
                  - immunization records are not provided.
              charter holder understands that a student who fails to comply with the charter school's student code of
     ^conduct may not be administratively withdrawn. If a student commits an expellable offense, as outlined in the
        'student code of conduct, the charter holder further understands that charter administrators may expel the student
       /only after due process has been afforded the student and the charter holder board has determined that expulsion is
       ; the appropriate consequence.
       The charter holder understands that it has an obligation to notify the school district in which the student resides
       within three business days of any action expelling or withdrawing a student from the charter school. See
       19 TAC §100.1211 (c).
/ the undersigned hereby certify that the governing body of the charter holder has authorized me to provide these
assurances as noted by my initials on this and the previous page.


Printed Narhe of ponsoring Entity Board Chair


Signature of Sponsoring Entity Board Chair                           Date
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Sponsoring Entity: Uplift Fort Worth, CDC


Proposed Charter School Name: Prime Prep Academy




                                   Sixteenth Generation Charter Application
                            Initial Report of Benefits or Campaign Contributions
                   Conferred on Members of or Candidates for the State Board of Education
                                  For the period May 12, 2000 to the present


  Individual Making Report: DL Wallace



  Employer or company represented: Prime Prep Academy



  Position/Title: CEO


  Services rendered to SBOE or contract, grant, or charter issued by SBOE:
  Seeking charter from SBOE




 Transaction 1.

      Date:   NONE
      Amount:
      Name of person(s) receiving benefit or contribution:


      Detailed description of expenditure:




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                                   Sixteenth Generation Charter Application
                            Initial Report of Benefits or Campaign Contributions
                   Conferred on Members of or Candidates for the State Board of Education
                                  For the period May 12, 2000 to the present

Transaction 2.

    Date:   NONE
    Amount:
    Name of person(s) receiving benefit or contribution:


    Detailed description of expenditure:




Transaction 3.

    Date:   NONE
    Amount:
    Name of person(s) receiving benefit or contribution:


    Detailed description of expenditure:




                                                DL Wallace                           01-18-2011
                                                Name of Organisation President       Date

                                                           ~
                                                Signature gf Orgaization President

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