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					     McKinney-Vento
Sub-Grant 2011 Presentation

      By: James L. Francis, Ed.D.
            Chris Satterfield
              Trish Kelly
             Brenda Staggs
 Tennessee Department of Education
            May 12, 2011
          Presentation Focus
EIS (Trish Kelly)
Budget (Brenda Staggs)
Application Instruction
Application
Dates
Final Thoughts
       Application Prepared
   This application has been prepared in
    accordance with the McKinney-Vento
Homeless Assistance Act, reauthorized as Title
    X, Part C of ESEA. This statute may be
accessed on the web at www.serve.org/nche.
                    EIS
Four Homeless Fields – uploaded from district
  student information systems to EIS
• Homeless Student Classification (H)
• Homeless Primary Nighttime Residence
• Homeless Served with McKinney-Vento Funds
• Homeless Unaccompanied Youth
        Discretionary
         Procedures


Form without payroll
Application Instructions (purpose)
• Develop programs which address unique
  needs of homeless children and youth.
• Reasons why children do not attend school
  – Transportation
  – Amount of time
  – Frequent school changes
  – Families lack of motivation
  – Parents Preoccupied
  – Supplies and clothing
      Unique Challenges/Education
                Needs
•   Remediation and tutoring
•   School supplies and clothing
•   Counselors who are knowledgeable
•   After-school and extracurricular activity
•   Transportation
•   Education process offering stability-continuity
    Application Instructions Cont.
• Definitions (page 4)
• Program Description (page 7) – facilitate
  enrollment, attendance, and success
  – Goals, completed needs assessment, activities
  – Assurances
  – Description – policies, procedures
  – Description – identification response
  – Standards, Indicators, and methods
  Authorized Activities (p. 7, 8 & 9
• Tutoring, supplemental   •   Retention services
  instructions, services   •   Before-After school
• Expedited evaluations    •   Records
• Professional             •   Parent training
  Development              •   Collaboration
• Referral Services        •   Pupil services
• Transportation           •   School Supplies
• Early Childhood          •   Extraordinary
   LEA Roles and Responsibilities
• All local educational agencies in Tennessee are
  required to:
  – Provide access
  – Best interest – eliminate barriers
  – Ensure free meals and textbooks
  – Coordination
  – Policies – procedures
  – Enrollment
  – Collaboration
  – Grant funds – expand not supplant
             Funding Structure
•   Tier 1: up to 20 – Grant range up to $1,600
•   Tier 2: 21-150 – Grant range up to $12,000
•   Tier 3: 151- 400 – Grant range up to $32,000
•   Tier 4: 401-650 – Grant range up to $52,000
•   Tier 5: 651-900 – Grant range up to $72,000
•   Tier 6: 901 – Grant range up to $160,000
         Application Instructions
•   Reports
•   Eligibility
•   Narrative and Selection
•   Monitoring
•   Fiscal Guidelines
•   Scoring
                  Application
•   This is a competitive grant!
•   Must have a minimum score of 70
•   Three year grant
•   Must submit two copies of the application
•   Application Title Page (EIS data)
•   Assurances
•   EIS Data (by grade)
         Application Continued
• Collaboration Chart
  – Within the LEA
  – In the Community – Signature
• Narrative Guidelines – Needs assessment
  – Action Plan and Evaluation
  – Raising Awareness and Eliminating Barriers
  – Program
  – Parental Involvement
                Collaboration
Internal               External
• Title I              • Early Intervention
• Special Education    • Head Start
• Transportation       • Housing agencies and
• School Nutrition       shelters (HUD, incl.
• Migrant Education      RHY)
• Early Childhood      • State homeless coalitions
• Finance              • Child Welfare
• Data                 • Health, including mental
                         health
• Student Health
        Application Continued
• Title I Set-Aside
• Homeless Education Liaison/Contact
• Budget Contact
                   Dates
• EIS data (5/23/2011)
• June 10, 2011 (3:30 CST)
• June 30, 2011 (Immunization Report Due,
  please submit asap)
• May 27, 2011 all Self-Monitoring reports must
  be on file at the SDE
Final Thoughts
 State and District Responsibilities
 States
   Appoint a State Coordinator of Homeless Education
   Remove barriers, including revising state policy/law
   Ensure compliance with Title X, Part C
 Districts
   Appoint a Local Homeless Education Liaison
   Remove barriers, including revising district policy/law
   Ensure compliance with Title X, Part C
 Supremacy Clause: U.S. Constitution, Article VI
   Federal law supersedes state and local law/policy
                Identification
1. We cannot serve children and youth if we
   don’t know who they are.
2. It can affect students’ eligibility for college
   financial aid.
3. It’s the law.
4. It affects the funding available to your state
   and district.
         New Registration Question
• Where does your child stay at night? (Please check one)

___ Home/apartment owned or rented by the parent(s)/guardian(s)
___With a relative or friend (family does not have a residence)
___In a shelter
___In a motel
___In an automobile
___A campsite
___In housing that is inadequate (i.e. no electricity, running water, etc.)
Other housing (please
   explain)_________________________________
                                                         These people
                                                         can help you!




   CLOTHING                                                   FOOD                                TRANSPORTATION




   HOUSING                                          EMPLOYMENT                                        COUNSELING




HEALTH SERVICES                                  SCHOOL CONTACT



  For additional information, please contact Mary Maronek, Coordinator, Education for
  Homeless Children and Youth (EHCY) Program, mary.maronek@dpi.state.wi.us              Appreciation is extended to Community Chest,
                                                                                            PO Box 980,Virginia City, NV 98440
  or (608) 261-6322, Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction.
Questions
            Contact Information
•   EIS: trish.kelly@tn.gov
•   Budget: brenda.staggs@tn.gov
•   Grant: chris.satterfield@tn.gov
•   Grant: james.francis@tn.gov
State Contact Information
     • James Francis, Ed.D.
615-253-5210, james.francis@tn.gov
Tennessee Department of Education

        • Chris Satterfield
615-532-4777 chris.satterfield@tn.gov
 Tennessee Department of Education

     • EIS: trish.kelly@tn.gov
 • Budget: brenda.staggs@tn.gov
                   Resources
 NCHE website: www.serve.org/nche
 NCHE helpline: 800-308-2145 or
  homeless@serve.org
 Other national organizations:
  NAEHCY (www.naehcy.org)
  NLCHP (www.nlchp.org)
            A Unique Professional Development Opportunity
                 NAEHCY’s 23th Annual Conference
              November 5-8, 2011 – Pittsburgh, PA
                             http://www.naehcy.org
               Thank You!
Thank all of you for what you do everyday! I
 trust all of you will be a blessing to many in
                       2011.

				
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