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									                         2010-2011 PERKINS IV BASIC GRANT ANNUAL REPORT, REVISED
                                    CARL D. PERKINS CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION ACT of 2006 (Perkins IV)
                                                                         PROGRAM YEAR 2010-2011
Due Date: November 15, 2011

Sub-Grantee Name                                                                                                                                              Region #


Individual Preparing Report                                                                       Title                                              Date


Phone                                                               E-mail

Type of Perkins Annual Report:
   Secondary Direct Recipient Report                         Community College Direct Recipient Report               Consortium Basic Report
                                                                                                                     [Including 1% Youth Corrections]

Certificate of Assurance:
As the authorized official for the Perkins fiscal agent, I hereby certify that the agency has complied with our 2008-2013 approved Perkins application; career and technical
education program requirements, rules and regulations of the Carl D. Perkins Act (PL 109-270); and the requirements contained in the 2008-2013 Oregon Plan for Career and
Technical Education. All of the information contained in this Annual Report is complete, accurate, and verifiable to the best of my knowledge. Funds have been expended
according to federal and state guidelines and the approved application (including any subsequent approved requests for change) for Carl D. Perkins funds.




Signature of Authorized Official                                                                  Title                                              Date


                                                                                                                            Send Annual Reports to:

An electronic copy attached to an e-mail                           Submit the following:                                         Barb O’Neill
will be accepted by the November 15,                                                                               Oregon Department of Education
2011 due date. An original signed                                  □   Cover Page
                                                                                                           Office of Educational Improvement & Innovation
                                                                   □   Overview
assurance (this cover page) is due to the                                                                                255 Capitol Street NE
                                                                   □   Report on Activities
Oregon Department of Education no later                            □   BASIC Budget Report                              Salem, OR 97310-0203
than November 28, 2011.                                            □   Equipment Inventory                         Perkins.Submit@state.or.us

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                                                  2010-2011 Perkins Basic Grant Annual Report
                                                      CTE Strategies and Accomplishments
          Refer to the 2010-2011 Perkins Grant Annual Report Directions for details on how to fill out the report.

                                            Part I: Report on Perkins Basic Grant Activities
Part IA: Overview

Exemplary activity/highlight of the year:




Opportunities leveraged/connections made:




Major challenges, both met and unmet:




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Part IB: Report on the 2010-2011 Activities of Your Basic Grant Plan
Refer to the 2010-2011 Perkins Grant Annual Report Directions for details on how to fill out the report.

1. Standards and Content

S = Successful; U = Unsuccessful; N = Not Implemented (check one)




                                                  Addressed*
                                                   Elements
                                                   Required
                                                                                                              Impact of activity
        Description of each activity
                                                               S   U   N                                             OR
          from the 2010-11 Plan
                                                                                                           Reasons not implemented


Example:                                          6, 7,11,                  Example:
Monthly CTE PLC meetings were held to             19, 23                   Walk-throughs were conducted 3x during the school year in each CTE
continue discussions and modeling in                                       classroom by the building administrator in each school. Administrators
order to implement reading, math and
                                                               x           observed CTE teachers utilizing identified strategies 37% of the time. This is
writing strategies.                                                        an improvement over the prior year when walk-throughs showed only 17% of
                                                                           CTE staff using the identified strategies for academic improvement.




*Enter the numbers from Appendix: Required Elements




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Part IB: Report on the 2010-2011 Activities of Your Basic Grant Plan
Refer to the 2010-2011 Perkins Grant Annual Report Directions for details on how to fill out the report.

2. Alignment and Articulation

S = Successful; U = Unsuccessful; N = Not Implemented (check one)




                                                  Addressed*
                                                   Elements
                                                   Required
                                                                                                              Impact of activity
        Description of each activity
                                                               S   U   N                                             OR
          from the 2010-11 Plan
                                                                                                           Reasons not implemented




*Enter the numbers from Appendix: Required Elements




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Part IB: Report on the 2010-2011 Activities of Your Basic Grant Plan
Refer to the 2010-2011 Perkins Grant Annual Report Directions for details on how to fill out the report.

3. Accountability and Evaluation

S = Successful; U = Unsuccessful; N = Not Implemented (check one)




                                                  Addressed*
                                                   Elements
                                                   Required
                                                                                                              Impact of activity
        Description of each activity
                                                               S   U   N                                             OR
          from the 2010-11 Plan
                                                                                                           Reasons not implemented




*Enter the numbers from Appendix: Required Elements




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Report on Goal 3c
Goal 3c: By 2012-2013, 100% of Perkins-eligible Programs of Study meet state-approved levels of performance on Perkins IV core
indicators of performance
All Action Plan activities must address a specific Performance Measure.




                                                  Addressed*
                                                   Elements
                                                   Required
                                                                                                          Impact of activity
        Description of each activity
                                                               S   U   N                                         OR
          from the 2010-11 Plan
                                                                                                       Reasons not implemented




Performance data for each school and community college available at http://www.ode.state.or.us/data/stats/opte/




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Part IB: Report on the 2010-2011 Activities of Your Basic Grant Plan
(Refer to the 2010-2011 Perkins Grant Annual Report Directions for details on how to fill out the report. )

4. Student Support Services

S = Successful; U = Unsuccessful; N = Not Implemented (check one)




                                                   Addressed*
                                                    Elements
                                                    Required
                                                                                                             Impact of activity
        Description of each activity
                                                                S   U   N                                           OR
          from the 2010-11 Plan
                                                                                                          Reasons not implemented




*Enter the numbers from Appendix: Required Elements




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Part IB: Report on the 2010-2011 Activities of Your Basic Grant Plan
Refer to the 2010-2011 Perkins Grant Annual Report Directions for details on how to fill out the report.

5. Professional Development

S = Successful; U = Unsuccessful; N = Not Implemented (check one)




                                                  Addressed*
                                                   Elements
                                                   Required
                                                                                                              Impact of activity
        Description of each activity
                                                               S   U   N                                             OR
          from the 2010-11 Plan
                                                                                                           Reasons not implemented




*Enter the numbers from Appendix: Required Elements




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Perkins Fiscal Agent:                                                                       2010-2011 Basic Grant Budget Spending Report
                                                                   Changes >10%
                                           $$      $$       %                          Justification for % change
Function Code Totals                    Planned   Spent   Change
                                                                   approved
                                                                                       (What in your plan changed)
                                                                   Yes - No
Standards & Content 2210
Alignment & Articulation 2210
Accountability & Assessment
including Technical Skills
Assessment 2230
Student Support Services 2100
Professional Development 2240
Research “Scientifically Based
Research” 262X
                                Total




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Perkins Fiscal Agent:
                                                                                            2010-2011 Basic Grant Budget Spending Report
                                                                   Changes >10%
                                          $$      $$       %                           Justification for % change
Object Code Totals                     Planned   Spent   Change
                                                                   approved
                                                                                       (What in your plan changed; did you have authorization for those changes?)
                                                                   Yes - No
111 Licensed Salaries
2XX Licensed Benefits
112 Classified Salaries
2XXClassified Benefits
11X Program Coordinator Salaries
2XX Program Coordinators
Benefits
11X Support Staff Salaries
2XX Support Staff Benefits

12X Substitute Salaries
31X Local Instructional Services
31X Regional Instructional Services
34X Travel
410 Consumable Supplies and
Materials.
420 Textbooks
460 Non-consumable Equipment
Items
470 Computer Software
480 Computer Hardware
541 Initial /Additional Equipment -
Depreciable
690 Grant Indirect Charges
                               Total
Comments:




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                                2010-2011 Perkins IV Basic Grant Equipment & Non-Consumable Supply Inventory
                   [Include all 2010-2011 Perkins-funded purchases o f equipment or non-consumable supplies with a unit cost of $200 or more]


 Perkins Fiscal Agent:

                                                                        Acquisition
               Item Purchased                       ID or Serial #                                 Physical Location of Item                    Unit Cost
                                                                           Date




                                                                     (Add lines/pages as needed)




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                                                      Appendix: Required Elements
The Required Elements are directly from the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Act of 2006. Following each element are the
sections of the Act in which it is mentioned.
Use the numbers of each Required Element to identify which elements are addressed in your activities

1. Improve the recruitment and retention of CTE teachers, faculty, administrators, and counselors [Sections 134(b)(12),
   124(c)(16)(A)]
2. Involve stakeholders in the development, implementation, and evaluation of CTE programs [Section 134(b)(5)]
3. Inform stakeholders about, and assist them in understanding, the Perkins law and Programs of Study [Section 134(b)(5)]
4. Improve the transition to teaching from business and industry [Section 134(b)(12)(B)]
5. Provide students experiences in all aspects of an industry [Sections 134(b)(3)(C), 135(b)(3), 124(c)(6)]
6. Ensure that CTE students are taught to the same content aligned with academic students as are taught to all students
   [Section 134(b)(3)(D)]
7. Strengthen the academic and CTE skills of students [Section 135(b)(1)]
8. Develop, improve, or expand the use of technology in CTE [Sections 135(b)(4), 124(b)(2)]
9. Initiate, improve, expand, and modernize quality CTE programs, including relevant technology [Section 135(b)(7)]
10. Link CTE at the secondary and postsecondary levels [Sections 135(b)(2), 124(c)(2), 124(c)(3)(A, B, D), 124(c)(3)(A, B, D)]
11. Describe how CTE activities will be carried out with respect to meeting State and local adjusted levels of performance
    [Section 134(b)(2)]
12. Provide programs designed to enable the special populations to meet the local adjusted levels of performance [Section
    134(b)(8)(B)]
13. Provide career guidance and academic counseling to CTE students, including linkages to future education and training
    opportunities [Section 34(b)(11)]
14. Encourage secondary CTE students to enroll in rigorous and challenging courses in core academic subjects [Section
    134(b)(3)(E)]
15. Provide preparation for non-traditional fields in current and emerging professions [Sections 134(b)(10), 124(b)(5)]
16. Prepare special populations for high skill, high wage, or high demand occupations that will lead to self-sufficiency [Sections
    134(b)(8)(C), 135(b)(9), 124(b)(5), 124(b)(8)]
17. Ensure that individuals who are members of special populations will not be discriminated against [Section 134(b)(9)]
18. Review and assess CTE programs, identify and adopt strategies to overcome barriers for special populations [Sections
    134(b)(8)(A), 135(b)(6),124(b)(1)]
19. Provide in-service and pre-service training on effective teaching skills based on research that includes promising practices
    [Sections 135(b)(5)(A)(ii), 124(b)(3)(A)(ii)]
20. Provide in-service and pre-service training on effective practices to improve parental and community involvement [Sections
    135(b)(5)(A)(iii), 124(b)(3)(A)(iii)]
21. Provide internship programs that provide relevant business experience [Section 135(b)(5)(C)]
22. Improve the academic and technical skills of students through the integration of coherent and rigorous content aligned with

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      challenging academic standards and relevant CTE programs [Section 134(b)(3)(B)]
23.   Provide in-service and pre-service training on effective integration and use of challenging academic and CTE [Sections
      135(b)(5)(A)(i), 124(b)(3)(A)(i)]
24.   Provide in-service and pre-service training on effective use of scientifically based research and data to improve instruction
      [Sections 135(b)(5)(A)(iv), 124(b)(3)(A)(iv)]
25.   Provide programs to train teachers specifically in the effective use and application of technology to improve instruction
      [Section 135(b)(5)(D)]
26.   Provide comprehensive professional development for CTE teachers, faculty, career guidance and academic counselors, and
      administrators at the secondary and postsecondary levels [Sections 134(b)(4), 135(b)(5), 124(b)(3)]
27.   Provide support for education programs that ensure teachers and other personnel stay current with all aspects of an
      industry [Section 135(b)(5)(B)]
28.   Support partnerships among local educational agencies and stakeholders [Section 124(b)(6)]
29.   If you serve individuals in State institutions, such as State correctional institutions and institutions that serve disabilities,
      please describe how you serve them [Section 124(b)(7)]
30.   Support CTE programs that improve the academic and CTE skills of students [Section 124(b)(4)]
31.   Improve or develop new CTE courses and initiatives that prepare individuals for high skill, high wage, or high demand
      occupations [Section 124(c)(9)]
32.   Develop connections between secondary education and postsecondary education and training [Sections 124(c)(2),
      124(c)(3)(A, B, D)]
33.   Develop valid and reliable assessments of technical skills [Section 124(c)(14)]
34.   Provide professional development programs to ensure that teachers and personnel stay current with the needs,
      expectations, and methods of industry [Section 124(b)(3)(D)(i)]
35.   Support CTE programs that improve the academic and CTE skills of students through the integration of coherent and
      relevant content aligned with challenging academic standards and relevant CTE [Section 124(b)(4)]
36.   Provide professional development programs that are high quality, sustained, intensive, and classroom-focused in order to
      have a positive and lasting impact on classroom instruction and the teacher’s performance in the classroom [Section
      124(b)(3)(B)]
37.   Provide professional development programs that will help teachers and personnel to improve student achievement in order
      to meet the State adjusted levels of performance [Section 124(b)(3)(C)]
38.   Provide professional development programs to ensure that teachers and personnel can effectively develop rigorous and
      challenging, integrated academic and CTE curricula [Section 124(b)(3)(D)(ii)]
39.   Provide professional development programs to ensure that teachers and personnel can develop a higher level of academic
      and industry knowledge and skills in CTE [Section 124(b)(3)(D)(iii)]
40.   Provide professional development programs to ensure that teachers and personnel can effectively use applied learning that
      contributes to the academic and career and technical knowledge of the student [Section 124(b)(3)(D)(iv)]
41.   Provide professional development programs that are coordinated with the teacher certification or licensing and professional
      development activities that the State carries out [Section 124(b)(3)(E)]


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