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21 st CCLC Budget Examples. Budget Summary and Payment Schedule Attachment 8 See Appendix C of RFP for function and object descriptors. Total of each.

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1 21 st CCLC Budget Examples

2 Budget Summary and Payment Schedule Attachment 8 See Appendix C of RFP for function and object descriptors. Total of each function and object must be entered onto Attachment 8 without using decimals or dollar signs. Be sure that budget has no math errors.

3 Budget Narrative Attachment 9 The following are examples of how to complete the budget narrative portion of the budget. Making errors will not disqualify a budget but making a good budget will help chances of being funded. Most important is to be sure that budget costs are reasonable, feasible, and appear cost effective.

4 Instructional Salaries, 1000, 100 Positions here MUST spend majority of their time in direct instruction of students. Employees of the Fiscal Agent Teachers Teacher aides Tutors Others who may teach or lead activities

5 Instructional Salaries, teachers (5 math, 5 reading) X $25 hr X 2 hrs/wk X 28 wks--$70,000 5 math tutors X $10/hr X 2hrs/wk/28 wks = $ recreation leaders X $15 hr X 1hr/wkX28 wk= $2100

6 Benefits Examples, 200 & teachers TRS 5 tutors IMRF 10 recreation leaders/tutors FICA (Considered employers insurance) 10 Rec Leaders/tutors Workers comp 10 Rec Leaders/tutors Unemployment comp

7 Purchased Services 1000, 300 Workers compensation Unemployment compensation Fees for presentations to students Field trip entrance fees Software license fees Salaries of those not employed by fiscal agent Agencies who provide instruction Teachers, tutors, etc Rec Leaders from YMCA

8 Supplies and Materials 1000, 400 It is not enough to put supplies and materials on the budget and provide a total amount Examples must be givensupplementary reading books, folders, flip charts, art supplies, educational software No equipment is allowedeven if under $500 Incentives(must include what is to be used) No t-shirts or other clothes; No cash Reasonable/feasible based on total budget Example: 25, $20 gift cards to Barnes and Noble=$500

9 Guidance Services, Guidance salaries (fiscal agent employees)use same format for all salaries 200--Benefits except unemployment and workers compensationlist each benefit to be paid 300--Unemployment and workers compensation; guidance salary of a contracted counselor 400--Guidance supplies (list examples) File folders, ink cartridges

10 Improvement of Instruction, 2210 (Professional Development) 100 Stipends for those attending professional development outside regular work hours 10 teachers stipend to attend reading workshop; 10 X $100=$ Substitute teachers fees (if PD held during regular work hours) 10 $25/hr X 50 hrs= 12, Benefits on stipends 300 Fees for conferences (list conference if known), per diem, hotel expenses, consultant fees*; Out of state travel must receive approval by ISBE 400 Books and journals for those attending professional development training

11 Assessment and Testing, Salary paid specifically for someone who performs testing (employee of fiscal agent) Test administrator20hrs X$30=$ Benefits on salary (always list separately) 300--Salary for contracted assessment; unemployment and/or workers comp Contractual fee for testing 100 students = $ ACT/PSAE test prep materials or other pre/post assessments

12 General Administration, 2300 Administrative Positions Project Director Project Coordinator Grants Coordinator Person must be considered an administrator to have salary here All 2300 costs limited to 5% of budget total

13 Administrative Examples 100--Salaries Project Director--.25 FTE= $15,000 Project Coordinator --.5 FTE=$15, Benefits for these positions (list) 300--Workers comp, unemployment comp, postage, travel costs between projects, audit (prorated) Travel between sites=$500 Pro-rated audit= $ Suppliesgeneral office supplies

14 Operations and Maintenance, Janitor salary for cleaning after school areas used (employee of fiscal agent) 200--Associated benefits (list) 300--WC,UC; rent for use of a site to provide instruction ( cannot be owned by fiscal agent or rent paid to fiscal agent); contracted janitorial for school site 400--General cleaning supplies

15 Pupil Transportation, Bus drivers salaries (provide same detail as for all salaries) 200--Benefitslist each separately 300--Benefits for own workers; contractual bus service 150 days at $200 per day= $30,000 (contract) WC, UC 400--Gas, oil= $4000 (if grantee is paying; these are usually included in a contract)

16 Food Services, Cafeteria workers salaries to serve snacks 2 workersX$10/hrX5hrs/wkX 28wks=$ IMRF, insurance 300--WC; UC 400--Food handling suppliesgloves, utensils, etc

17 Planning, Research and Evaluation, If employees of fiscal agent do this internally 2 employees X 100 hours X $50=10, and/or 300--Benefits--list 300--Contractual Evaluation Contracted evaluation services-- PDI--10,000 If paid to public entity, budgeted in 4000, 300

18 Support Services, 2900 Site Coordinators Salaries go here 100--Salaries (employees of fiscal agent) Site Adams School--.4 FTE=$15,000 or Using same example as for instructional salaries, if paid by the hour 200--Benefitslist each separately with percents that apply and total 300--Salary if not employee of fiscal agent; UC 400--General office supplies=file folders, ink cartridges, paper, markers

19 Community Services, 3000 All payments related to parents/community 100--Salaries paid for adult education (employees of fiscal agent); parent liaison. 2 parent educators X $15/hr X 5 hrs/wk X 28 wks=$ Benefitslist separately UC, WC Contractual programs for adults Contract with NIU for GED classes = $5,000 Drug awareness counselor (contracted) Supplies Art and craft supplies, books on parenting, take home reading kits, food for parent meetings (not to exceed $10 per person) 2 meetings X 50 people X $10 =$1000

20 Indirect Costs( see Attachment 8) May not be used on initial budget unless are a university University uses 8% May not be used if anything is budgeted in functions 2520, 2570, 2640, 2660* Indirect costs will be allowed on final budgets

21 Payment Schedules Payments must be requested in months as needed, based on projected dates of expenditures Salaries and fringe benefits are paid in equal intervals and should be projected in this manner on a monthly basis Supplies, materials, and contracted services should be requested in the month in which the expenditure is expected.

22 Common Errors Not enough detail Using zeroes, decimals, etc., on Attachment 8 Not scheduling payments when really needed (leads to excess cash on hand) Not putting workers comp/unemployment comp in Object 300

23 More Common Errors Not delineating supplies Categorizing workers salaries in wrong place 2210salary here cannot be for time with student contact 4000, 300not putting payments to government entities, LEAs here regardless of service provided

24 More Common Errors Not having original signatures on budgets and grant agreements Indirect cost rates Using wrong rates Using in addition to budgeted costs that are considered part of indirect costs Calculating indirect cost amount incorrectly Not establishing what end date is requested

25 More Common Errors Not submitting an original budget because believing continuation means automatic renewal Not keeping copies of the final approved budget which may have changes made by ISBE

26 Resources handbk.pdf Fiscal Policies and Procedures Handbook RFP which has forms needed now budget amendment forms continuation applications

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