Grant Applications and Data Reporting
iGrants Form Packages
Title I, Part A
- FP 201 Substantially Approvable Status (SAS): Enables LEAs to charge Title I, Part A related expenses back to the date SAS was submitted, but no earlier than July 1 of the current year.
- FP 201 Title I, Part A Application: The full Title I, Part A application detailing how the LEA will be allocating Title I, Part A funds amongst buildings, programs, and services.
- FP 361 Comparability Report: LEAs must show comparability of services (state and local resources) in Title I schools to the services provided in non-Title I schools.
- FP 200 Carryover: Enables an LEA to carry over unobligated funds for a given fiscal year to a succeeding fiscal year.
- FP 795 Schoolwide Program Waiver: Enables a school to be eligible to apply for the schoolwide 40 percent waiver if it has operated a Learning Assistance Program (LAP) or Title I, Part A targeted assistance program for at least one year prior to implementing a schoolwide program.
- FP 355 Reallocation: Permits LEAs that are eligible to receive additional Title I, Part A funds not obligated by other districts.
- FP 244 End-of-Year Report: Reports the numbers students served in instructional programs funded by Title I, Part A during the regular school year.
- FP 246 Title I Summer School: Reports the numbers of students served in summer schools programs funded by Title I, Part A.
Learning Assistance Program (LAP)
- FP 218 LAP Assurances: Assurances pertaining to the use of, and acceptance of LAP funds for the current fiscal year.
- FP 247 LAP Summer School: Reports the numbers of students served in summer schools programs funded by LAP.
Year at a Glance
This Year at a Glance document summarizes key dates in the school year pertaining to Title I, Part A and LAP.
CEDARS Data Reporting
Every year, districts must report the numbers of students served in instructional programs funded by Title I, Part A during the regular school year. This is completed in the Title I, Part A End-of-Year (EOY) report in iGrants, form package 244. The U.S. Department of Education (ED) requires this information, and OSPI submits this to ED through the Consolidated State Performance report (CSPR). It is also part of OSPI’s monitoring process required under federal law.
Beginning in SY 2017-18, Title I Schoolwide Programs will no longer be required to identify (and therefore submit to CEDARS) the students that are eligible for or received services under Title I, Part A. Only total school enrollment will be displayed in the End of Year Report (FP 244). Districts may continue to track and flag students in their district’s Student Information System (SIS), but are not required to submit to CEDARS.
Title I, Part A Targeted Assistance Programs will still need to code and submit to CEDARS those students that have received services under Title I, Part A.
For more information on the CEDARS data collection process.