Data Collection Purpose
The Application for Categorical Program Funding declares that the LEA, authorized by the local governing board, is applying for specified categorical aid funds.
Only the categorical funds the LEA is eligible to receive are displayed. Questions regarding program eligibility should be directed to the CDE contact person assigned to the specific program. Contact information can be found at the CDE Program Contacts Web page.
CDE Program Staff Contact
Anne Daniels, 916-319-0640, email@example.com
Note: If the LEA is eligible to receive Title VI Subpart 1 Small, Rural School Achievement Grant and elects to participate, the screen will expand and prompt the user for participation in Title VI Subpart 1 REAP Flexibility. The LEA must select Title VI Subpart 1 Small, Rural School Achievement Grant first.
|Enter the Local Governing Board Approval Date of the meeting on which the board of trustees of the LEA reviewed and approved this application.||Enter the date of the local governing board’s approval.|
|Select "Yes" in the appropriate box for each categorical program in which the LEA requests Participation during 2011–12.||Only funding opportunities the LEA is eligible to receive (based on LEA structure or program eligibility lists) will be displayed.|
|Local Governing Board Approval Date is required.||Enter the date of the local governing board’s approval.|
|Local Governing Board Approval Date must be on or after 05/01/2011, and must be on or before 07/31/2011 (pending dates are allowed until July 31, 2011).||Ensure that the date is correct. If the governing board does not meet until August 1, 2011 or after, then you must wait until the board meets to submit the ConApp.|
|One of the “Yes” or “No” Participation buttons must be selected for each funding source.||Click on the appropriate “Yes” or “No” buttons.|
|This LEA is not eligible for Economic Impact Aid. Please update the LEA Economic Impact Aid selection to No.||Ineligible LEAs are Direct funded charters or COEs with no schoolownership code=14.|