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Capital-funded Competitive Grant Programs

Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction

School Facilities & Organization

May 15, 2018 : ZOOM webinar for school districts

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School Facility and Organization Staff Nancy Johns, Coordinator, Point of Contact

Nancy.johns@k12.wa.us

, 360-725-4973

Phil Partington, SW Regional Coordinator

Healthy Kids Healthy Schools

Physical Education & Physical Activity, Nutrition, Student Sustainability Awareness

Drinking Water Fixture Replacement

Scott Black, Program Development Manager, Point of Contact

Scott.black@k12.wa.us

, 360-725-6268

CTE Equipment, STEM Classroom, Small Rural Modernization

John Heinley, Eastern Regional Coordinator

Urgent Repair

John McLaren, NW Regional Coordinator

ADA/IDEA

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Today’s AgendaPresent general information on competitive grant processPresent details about each of the grants

Level of detail will vary depending on grant

Question and Answer period

Submit questions using the CHAT function of ZOOM

We will answer the big questions of how much, for what and when the money will be available?

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Competitive Grant ProgramsReturning Grants

1. Healthy Kids Healthy Schools – Nutrition, Physical Education & Physical Activity, Student Sustainability Awareness* -

$2.25 million

2. Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Classrooms and Laboratories -

$10 million

3. Urgent Small Repair -

$3 million

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Competitive Grants ProgramsNew Grants

1. Equal Access - Americans with Disabilities Act and Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (ADA /IDEA) -

$1 million

2. Career and Technical Education (CTE) Equipment -

$848,000

3. Healthy Kids Healthy Schools – Drinking Water Fixture Replacement/Lead in Water Mitigation -

$1 million

4. Small Rural District Modernization -

$15.3 million

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Competitive Grant ProcessAll of the grant applications will be managed in iGrantsEach grant will have a specific form package #

Form packages will be under Fiscal Period 18-19

Each grant program will have a webpage at

OSPI

Go to School Facilities & Organization, Other Grants & Funding Resources, to find the grant program webpage

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Healthy Kids Healthy Schools – Nutrition, Physical Education and Physical Activity, Student Sustainability Awareness ProgramProgram Details

Very similar to the 15/17 Healthy Kids grant

$2.25 million available

$1 million Physical Education/Physical Activity

$1 million Nutrition

$250,000 Student Sustainability Awareness

$200,000 maximum per district

1 round

Applications in iGrants by June 10, 2018

Application due date by September 27, 2018

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Healthy Kids Healthy Schools – Nutrition, Physical Education and Physical Activity, Student Sustainability Awareness ApplicationApplication Details

District application may request funds in one or more category at one or more schools

Two primary sections of the application

Project Proposal Section

District Readiness Section

A project proposal may include new equipment, space renovation or both

Prioritization/scoring criteria includes

FRLP% by school

Benefit to students

Barriers

Expected outcomes

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Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Classrooms and Laboratories ProgramProgram Details

$10 Million available

OSPI

will consult with STEM Education Innovation Alliance and Statewide STEM association to develop grant criteria

Statewide

STEM association develops a single prioritized list

Districts

limited to one grant award that can be used for more than one

school

facility within the district. Must be at facility serving students in grades nine through twelve or any combination there of.

Districts must have a secured private donation of cash, like kind, or equipment in a value of no less than $100,000

Application

date to be determined, anticipate grant opening mid June and closing late August. Districts will receive a bulletin and notification through

igrants

system when application becomes available.

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Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Classrooms and Laboratories ApplicationApplication Details

Priority scoring to districts that:

Experienced decreased enrollments > 10% over the previous five years due to inter-district transfers to schools with STEM facilities constructed or modernized in that same time period.

High percentage of students eligible and enrolled in the free and reduced- priced meals program

Economic conditions limit school district ability to finance modernization of STEM classrooms and labs

Educational benefits of proposed projects

Age and condition of existing STEM classrooms and lab spaces, if applicable

The extent that existing STEM facilities are inadequate including the lack of adequate STEM facilities to meet graduation requirements in RCW28A.150.220

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Urgent Small Repair ProgramProgram Details$3 million to address

Non-reoccurring urgent small repair projects

K-12 educational facilities (excluding Skill Centers)

Repairs that impact the health and safety of students and staff if not completed.

Criteria created in consultation with WAMOA

One grant per district not to exceed $200,000 in a 3 year period

Prioritization based on limited school district financial resources for the project

Application date to be determined, districts will receive a bulletin and notification through

igrants

system when application becomes available.

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Urgent Small Repair ApplicationApplication DetailsGrant application must include

A comprehensive description of the health and safety issues to be addressed

A detailed description of the remedy

A detailed cost estimate

Examples of eligible projects include, but are not limited to:

Repair or replacement of failing building systems

Potentially hazardous materials abatement

Safety related structural improvements

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Equal Access - Americans with Disabilities and Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (ADA/IDEA) Program

Program Details

$

1 million available

Facility repairs and alterations to address deficiencies with respect to American Disabilities Act (ADA) compliance and Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) requirements.

Grants are limited to $100,000 per district

May include multiple projects at multiple facilities

Priority given to school districts that demonstrate lack of capital resources to address deficiencies outlined in the application.

Application date to be determined, district will receive a bulletin

and

notification

through

igrants

system when application becomes available.

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Equal Access - Americans with Disabilities and Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (ADA/IDEA) ApplicationApplication Details

Grant application must include:

Description of existing conditions to be addressed at permanent educational buildings

Project proposal

Cost estimate

District financial information

Demonstration of ability to complete proposed project(s).

Examples of eligible projects include, but are not limited to:

Site improvements such as ramps, handrails, lifts, play area access.

Interior improvements such as ramps, handrails, lifts, door hardware replacement, restroom alterations, assisted listening systems.

Creating, relocating, or improving SPED resource classrooms, OT/PT rooms or other SPED spaces.

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Career and Technical Education (CTE) Equipment ProgramProgram Details

$848,000 for

CTE equipment

Criteria being developed by OSPI, school districts, workforce training and education coordinating board.

Grants are limited to $100,000 per district

Must demonstrate that the request provides necessary equipment to deliver career and technical education – i.e. if greenhouse, include costs for other systems necessary to run the greenhouse, water, airflow, etc.

Prioritization based on FRLP%

Grants based on a first come first serve basis

Application date to be determined, districts will receive a bulletin and notification through

igrants

system when application becomes available.

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Healthy Kids Healthy Schools – Drinking Water Fixture Replacement/Lead in Water Mitigation Program

Program Details

$1.0 million available

Replacement of drinking water fixtures contributing to lead in water

No maximum per school or per district

Grants are prioritized by school

FRLP% 50%, Lead level 30%, Grade Level 20%

3 rounds

Round 1 due June 19, maximum $333,000 granted

Round 2 due July 31, maximum $333,000 granted

Round 3 due December 20, balance $ granted

District may apply in any round

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Healthy Kids Healthy Schools – Drinking Water Fixture Replacement/Lead in Water Mitigation Application

Application Details

District application may request funds for more than one school

Each request requires type of fixture, number of fixtures, grade level of students served and ppb of lead

Include total cost for contracted or district labor. This will not (currently) be included in a grant award

Must include DOH testing and analysis report

DO NOT WAIT FOR A GRANT TO TAKE ACTION

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Small Rural District Modernization ProgramProgram Details

$15,349,000 available

Grants may not exceed $5 million per district

Assist small, rural districts

with total enrollment of 1,000 students or less

with school facilities with significant building deficiencies

with such low property values that replacing or modernizing through school construction assistance program would present an extra ordinary tax burden on tax payers or would exceed allowable debt for the district.

Intended for districts with facilities that do not need to be replaced or require an extensive modernization but do have significant building system deficiencies.

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Small Rural District Modernization ApplicationApplication Details

Anticipate grant application opening Mid June and Closing Late August

Two-phased application process

Districts will submit preliminary information

Top applicants will submit further information

Applications will include which building systems are to be modernized

Foundation

Floor and floorings

Roof

Exterior or interior

Plumbing

Electrical

Fire, Security, Communications

HVAC

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Questions and AnswersSubmit questions (today) using the CHAT function of ZOOMAll questions asked and answered today will be posted on the grant webpages

Additional questions must be submitted in writing to the grant contact:

Scott Black,

scott.black@k12.wa.us

Nancy Johns,

nancy.johns@k12.wa.us

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Thank you for joining todayYour point of contact:

Scott Black,

scott.black@k12.wa.us

Nancy Johns,

nancy.johns@k12.wa.us


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