Grant Details

School Age Community Program Grant (SAC) (Missouri)

 
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    CFDA#

    93.575
     

    Funder Type

    State Government

    IT Classification

    B - Readily funds technology as part of an award

    Authority

    Missouri Department of Elementary & Secondary Education (DESE)

    Summary

    All afterschool programs can support the academic development of participants by maximizing a variety of œteachable moments to promote the cognitive, social, and recreational health of students. School Age Community (SAC) programs can also reduce the negative effects many children experience from being in selfcare (i.e., negative peer pressure, loneliness, boredom, fear, accidents, and poor school performance).

    School Age Community Programs are those schoolbased programs offering services to all children, including children with disabilities, from ages 5 through 12 (children must be less than thirteen years of age) unless targeted students are under supervision of the court in which case the SAC program may serve students to the age of 19. School Age Community Programs can be provided to children enrolled during nonschool hours, after their daily class sessions or during other nonschool hours (i.e., breaks, holidays, or weekends, etc.). School Age Community Programs incorporate a strong sense of school, family, and community members that collaboratively contribute to the growth of students as they mature into caring, competent, and responsible adults. Additionally, School Age Community Programs should meet the needs of working parent(s) during nonschool days.

    SAC funds may be used to implement a new program or to expand and/or enhance current afterschool programs, whether supported by public or private funds. For example, an awardee may use funds to align activities to help students meet local and state academic standards if those services are not part of the current afterschool program

    COMPETITIVE PRIORITY The DESE will award competitive priority points to applications that:
    • Propose to target services to students who attend school listed as either focus or priority schools (maximum 3 points)
    • Operate SAC program year round, including the summer months, breaks, holidays (except legal holidays), inclement weather, teacher conference, and other days when public schools might not be in session (maximum 2 points).
    • Include a district (not site) applying for a SAC grant for the first time. First time is defined as no grant awarded to the district beginning with the 2011 school to present (maximum 5 points).
    • Propose to operate in a school with higher percentages of free and reduced priced meals (maximum 4 points). 10080%: 4 points; 7960%: 3 points; 5945%: 2 points; 4440%: 1 point
    The DESE requires SAC programs to offer services no less than four (4) days per week during a typical school year and no less than 13 hours per week during nonschool hours or periods when school is not in session (including after school, before school, evenings, weekends, holidays, summers, or other school vacation periods). Each community should base its Application on the needs of its students and their families
     

    History of Funding

    The DESE receives SAC funding from the Child Care Development Fund (CCDF) Grant that originates from the Federal Health and Human Services Agency. The money is distributed to Missouri's Department of Social Services (DSS) and is subcontracted to the DESE to administer certain portions (i.e., SAC Grant).

    Additional Information

    Activities SAC Funds Cannot Be Used For (not all inclusive):
    • Any supplanting of current items or funds (e.g. using grant dollars to fund summer school classes previously offered and paid for by district or other funds; text books used by students during the regular day)
    • Capital improvements/expenditures: Costs which add to the permanent value of property or appreciably prolong its intended life
    • School construction, renovation or repair
    • Permanent playground equipment
    • Entertainment; amusement, diversion, and social activities and any costs directly associated with such costs (i.e. tickets to shows or sports events, meals, lodging, rentals, transportation, and gratuities)
    • Preparation of the proposal: costs to develop, prepare, and/or write the 21st CCLC proposal cannot be charged to the grant directly
    • Pre or PostAward Costs: purchases made, services performed either before date of award or after conclusion of each award year
    • Purchases/services not related to or not approved for the awarded afterschool program
    • Game tables (i.e. fuse ball, pingpong, air hockey, etc.)
    • Daily snacks
    • Inflatables (i.e. bounce houses)
    • Food for noninstructional purposes (see food policy on Afterschool Portal)
    • Incentives (student, staff, or families)
    • Gifts (students, staff, or families)
    • Student and/or child tuition fees, scholarships
    • Student stipends to attend program
    • Gift cards
    • Installation
    • Parking lots
    • Signs (i.e. marquee & electronic)
    • Fundraising with grant money or with grant purchased items (regardless of the purpose for which the funds will be used)**
    • Advertising not directly related to CCLC programming
    • Promotional or marketing items
    • Website creation/maintenance not directly related to CCLC programming
    • Purchase of vehicles, buses, & golf carts
    • Cell phones for personal use or cell phone data plans
    • Materials not age appropriate to the ages served in grant
    • Popcorn/snocone machines

    Contacts

    Kim Wolf

    Kim Wolf
    P.O. Box 480
    Jefferson City, MO 65102-0480
    (573) 522-2627
    (573) 522-3726
     

  • Eligibility Details

    Only Applications submitted by public educational institutions (LEAs) will be considered for SAC grant awards. Public educational institutions (LEAs) may submit an Application for a SAC Program in which daily program services are administered by a notforprofit organization that is utilizing school facilities, such as the YMCA, YWCA, 4H Youth Development, PTA, or other notforprofit organization

    Any site receiving 21st Century Community Learning Center (21st CCLC) grant funding for the 20172018 school year is not eligible. The SAC funds may be used for new programs or to expand and/or enhance current activities provided in an existing afterschool program, whether supported by public or private funds.

    Deadline Details

    Applicants were encouraged to send an œIntent to Apply for the School Age Community (SAC) grant competition by April 14, 2017. Applications were to be submitted no later than April 28, 2017 at 3:00 p.m. (not postmarked). A similar deadline is anticipated, triennially.

    Award Details

    Approximately $1,199,910 is available in total funding. If choosing to apply for one site, the maximum amount of funding that can be requested is $60,000. If applying for multiple sites, the maximum amount of funding that can be applied for is $80,000

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