What's New & What's Due

  • 2021-2022 Goods Receipts

    Goods receipt for all expenditures including Title I must be processed in SAP on or by June 30th of the current school year otherwise, it will be considered a disallowed expenditure for the following fiscal year and schools will be required to pay back with general funds.

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  • 2020-2021 Title I Reminders with Critical Dates

    To avoid unnecessary paybacks to the Title I program, ensure that all Title I expenditures are described in the 2020-2021 School Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA)/SPSA Modification and keep accurate control sheets to stay within your budget.

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  • Deadline Date for Title I Funds in Pending Distribution

    Groundhog Day (February 2) - This will be the deadline date for schools to address all Title I funds that are in pending distribution [commitment item #430009/budget item #40261] (second allocations, unspent dollars).

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  • When will Title I funds be frozen and what does it mean to have funds frozen?

    The District’s Title I policies require that schools submit compliance documents by the published deadlines. If the documents are not received by Federal and State Education Programs and/or Parent Community Services Branch, the schools’ Title I budgets will be frozen (see Program and Budget Handbook). If a school’s budget is frozen, it means that no budget adjustments, shopping cart requests, Imprest reconciliations, request for field trips, and P-Card reconciliations will be processed.

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