Presentation on theme: "ESE Extended School Year (ESY) – ESE ESY FTE is reported in Surveys 1-4, but not for funding purposes. Funding for summer ESE programs comes generally."— Presentation transcript:
ESE Extended School Year (ESY) – ESE ESY FTE is reported in Surveys 1-4, but not for funding purposes. Funding for summer ESE programs comes generally from the Supplemental Academic Instruction (SAI) funds. Note: The district does receive transportation funding for the ESE ESY and Reading Academy students. FYI
DJJ – Reported in Surveys 1-4 for funding purposes. FYI Note: If a DJJ student goes to a high school for a class the school they attend must put that student in their database and put in the appropriate course codes, teachers, etc.
Reading Academy/Summer Reading Camps – If students are in summer reading programs in June, the data is reported in Survey 4. If they in summer reading programs in July, then it is reported in Survey 1. Like the ESE ESY, these FTE are not reported for funding purposes. FYI
Record Keeping Bell Schedules ESE 135 Reports * For all FTE Surveys, signed/dated by principal Attendance Records * Daily class attendance, signed by principal * Dual enrollment attendance records Extended class rosters signed/dated by teachers FTE Amendments OJT Time Cards
Record Keeping OJT Time Cards The 2007-08 FTE audit found numerous documentation problems with OJT. Problems included: 1.Missing time cards, 2.Time cards indicated student did not work during survey week, 3.Hours indicated on time cards did not match reported hours, and 4.Student was not in attendance during 11 day attendance window.
Record Disposal Proper MethodologyImproper Methodology
2007-08 FTE Audit Results The district had findings in the following areas. ESE ESOL OJT Attendance Teacher Certification Like the previous audit (2004-05), total dollars lost will be approximately 0.1% of total FEFP funding.