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Focus of Grant:
Three Year Enrollment History
Public Charter school, which accepts funding through the Oregon Public Charter School Grant Program, agrees to the following assurances:
It is the responsibility of each local public charter school-district partnership that receives funds under this grant to comply with all required federal assurances. Funded sites will be expected to cooperate with the Department in the development and submission of certain reports to meet certain state and federal guidelines and requirements. All grantees must work with and provide requested data to the successful contractor(s) in the evaluation of Oregon public charter schools.
In addition, funded projects will be required to maintain appropriate fiscal and program records. Fiscal audits of funds under this program are to be conducted by the recipient agencies annually as a part of their regular audit. Auditors should be aware of the Federal audit requirements contained in the Single Audit Act of 1984.
IF ANY FINDINGS OF MISUSE OF FUNDS ARE MADE, PROJECT FUNDS MUST BE RETURNED TO THE OREGON DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION.
The Oregon Department of Education may terminate a grant award upon thirty (30) days notice if it is deemed by the Oregon Department of Education that the applicant is not fulfilling the funded program as specified in the approved project application.
The applicant may subcontract for work to be performed, but shall retain sole responsibility for the project and shall be the only direct recipient of funds. Project modifications and changes in the approved budget may be requested in writing and be approved in writing by the Oregon Department of Education before modifications are made to the expenditures.
Signatures of Assurances
District Administrator Date
Charter School Board Chair Date
Charter School Administrator Date
Person Preparing Grant Date
NOTE: The No Child Left Behind Act, Title V, Part B [20 USC 7221c. Section 5204, (e)(4)(B)] states, “A local educational agency may not deduct funds for administrative fees or expenses from a subgrant awarded to an eligible applicant, unless the applicant enters voluntarily into a mutual agreed upon arrangement for administrative services with the relevant local educational agency. Absent such approval, the local educational agency shall distribute all subgrant funds to the eligible applicant without delay.”
The budget worksheet and narrative must support the activities that are proposed in the application. There must be a clear relationship between the proposal activities and where the funds are going to be spent.
Please remember no grant funds can be obligated or spent until a final budget has been received and approved by the Oregon Department of Education. Grant disbursements will be made upon receipt of an eligible request for reimbursement.
Examples of the types of expenses that may be included in each object category are listed below for guidance only. Your budget narrative should give enough detail so that the appropriate object category can be confirmed.
Some expenditures may cross object category lines. For example, community services or parental involvement may include salaries, purchased services (printing) and supplies/materials. The budget narrative should identify these elements so a total cost of the activity can be determined.
Oregon Public Charter School Dissemination Grant
Project Site ___________________________________________________
In the budget detail, please describe expenditures for grant activities using the following categories: 1. Salaries/stipends, 2. Employee benefits, 3. Purchased services, 4. Supplies/materials