Technology Immersion Pilot Project

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  • 1. Illinois State Board of Education 100 North First Street • Springfield, Illinois 62777-0001 Jesse H. Ruiz www.isbe.net Chairman Rod Blagojevich Dr. Randy J. Dunn Governor State Superintendent of Education July 24, 2006 TO: Eligible Applicants FROM: Randy J. Dunn State Superintendent of Education SUBJECT: REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS (RFP): Technology Immersion Pilot Project General Information Eligible Applicants: Eligible applicants include school districts, public university laboratory schools approved by the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE), charter schools, area vocational centers, and any public school operated by an agency of the State of Illinois that: • serve students in some configuration of grades 6 through 8; • have State-approved technology plans; and • either: o have one or more schools in Academic Early Warning or Academic Watch status; or o serve a significant percentage of students whose identified needs would make the use of technology devices more necessary or effective in their education than is the case for the student population as a whole. A listing of eligible school districts, public university lab schools, charter schools and area vocational centers that serve students in grades 6 - 8 that have one or more schools in Academic Early Warning or Academic Watch status under Section 2-3.25d of the School Code (105 ILCS 5/2-3.25d) is found in Appendix A. Grants will be provided to at least seven school districts or other eligible applicants in the following manner: • At least three schools in the City of Chicago School District 299; • At least one school in each of three districts/applicants located in the portion of Cook County outside of the city of Chicago and DuPage, Kane, Lake, and Will counties; and • At least one school in each of three districts/applicants located in the remainder of the state. Grant Award: The General Assembly has appropriated $5 million for the Technology Immersion Pilot Project in FY 2007. Successful applicants will receive wireless laptops, software, and carrying cases for every student, teacher and relevant administrator participating in the project. In addition, successful applicants will receive up to $15,000 worth of networking hardware, supplies, and software such as server, routers, access points, etc. if necessary to successfully implement the project. In addition, successful applicants will be offered opportunities to request monetary awards for staff participation in ISBE-sponsored professional development (i.e., teacher stipends and substitute recovery costs). Printed by AFL-CIO (AFSCME Local #2811 and IFSOE Local #3236) Employees
  • 2. It is the intention of ISBE to approve projects for a three-year period. Support in the second and third years will be contingent upon the availability of funds for the program, sufficient evidence presented in renewal proposals that the projects have been implemented in accordance with the approved grant agreements, and that the recipients continue to need additional State resources in order to maintain comprehensive technology-based learning programs. Grant Period: The grant period will begin no sooner than September 1, 2006, and will extend from the execution date of the grant until June 30, 2007. Funding in the subsequent years will be contingent upon a sufficient appropriation for the program and satisfactory progress in the preceding grant period. Letter of Intent to Apply (Attachment 1): Applicants should use the attachment provided to indicate their intent to apply for a Technology Immersion Pilot Project grant. Letters of intent to apply must be received at the address at the bottom of the attachment no later than August 4, 2006. Application Deadline: Mail the original and three copies to Kristy Harvell, Curriculum and Instruction Division, Illinois State Board of Education, 100 North First Street, C-215, Springfield, Illinois 62777-0001, to ensure receipt no later than 5:00 p.m. on August 24, 2006. Proposals also may be hand-delivered to the following locations: Springfield Office Chicago Office Information Center Reception Area 1st Floor Suite 14-300 100 North First Street 100 West Randolph Street Grant Writing Workshops: Districts that intend to apply for this grant must attend one of the two meetings listed below. Proposals will not be accepted from applicants not attending a workshop. • July 25, 2006, from 1:00 to 4:30 p.m. at the University of Illinois at Chicago, Conference Room C, Student Center West, 828 S. Wolcottin. • July 26, 2006, from 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the University of Illinois at Springfield, Public Affairs Building, Conference Room C/D. Please check this URL http://www.isbe.net/curriculum/elearning/html/tip_project.htm for directions and parking information for each of these meetings. Also on this website, districts will be able to gain access to a message board where they can ask questions and receive answers. Contact Person: For more information on this RFP, contact Jamey Baiter, Curriculum and Instruction Division, (217) 557-7323, tipp@isbe.net. Background and Program Specifications Section 2-3.135 of School Code (105 ILCS 5/2-3.135) establishes a Technology Immersion Pilot Project with the goal of providing a “wireless laptop computer to each student, teacher, and relevant administrator in a participating school and implement the use of software, on-line courses, and other appropriate learning technologies that have been shown to improve academic achievement.” The purpose of this RFP is to ascertain the readiness and desire of eligible 2
  • 3. applicants to participate in the three-year pilot project, focusing on the needs of students in grades 6 through 8. Schools participating in this project will receive wireless laptops for each student, teacher, and relevant administrator participating in the project that will be used both within the classroom and at home. The schools will also be able to purchase up to $15,000 in equipment (servers, hubs, routers, access points, etc.) necessary to ensure successful implementation of the project and integration of technology into the classroom. The purpose of this project is to put laptops into the educational environment; therefore, minimal monies will be available to enhance infrastructure for successful implementation. Each applicant must form a technology immersion committee, with individuals appointed to the committee by the applicant’s board. The committee may be composed of educators, district-level administrators, community leaders, parents of students who attend a participating school, and any other individual the board finds appropriate. The committee will be responsible for identifying the grade level to be served within the school, the curricular area on which the project will focus, and the teachers and relevant administrators who will participate in the project. In addition, this committee must develop an academic improvement plan that details how the pilot project will be implemented in the school. The committee must consider the educational problems in the district or school that could be mitigated through the implementation of the pilot project and the technological and non-technological resources that are necessary to ensure the successful implementation of the project. The act requires an evaluation of the project to be conducted. ISBE will be selecting an outside evaluator. The school(s) chosen to participate in this project will be expected to work closely with the evaluator to ensure success of the project. ISBE will consider the information in the annual reports submitted by successful applicants; the requirements for these reports are listed in Attachment 9, “Technology Immersion Pilot Project Program-Specific Terms of the Grant”, item 1. Each successful applicant must ensure that adequate safeguards are in place to protect the property received under the project. Any loss, damage, or theft must be investigated and fully documented. The district is responsible for replacing or repairing the property when damaged beyond the scope of the warranty. Adequate maintenance procedures must be implemented. Teachers and relevant administrators participating in this project will be required to use the acquired technology on a consistent basis, attend professional development related to technology immersion held by the professional development provider chosen by ISBE, and participate fully in all portions of the technology immersion academic improvement plan, as well as the overall project. Those schools that do not fulfill all commitments to the program will be asked to return the equipment to ISBE. Applicants may review the law at: http://www.ilga.gov/legislation/ilcs/ilcs4.asp?DocName=010500050HArt%2E+2&ActID=100 5&ChapAct=105%26nbsp%3BILCS%26nbsp%3B5%2F&ChapterID=17&ChapterName=SC HOOLS&SectionID=48674&SeqStart=11200000&SeqEnd=29300000&ActName=School+C ode%2E. Emergency rules for this program (23 Ill. Adm. Code 365) can be found at http://www.isbe.net/rules/proposed/default.htm. 3
  • 4. Fiscal Information Successful applicants will receive wireless laptops and professional development from the vendors chosen by ISBE. Districts will be eligible to purchase equipment, supplies and software (including filtering software) necessary for project implementation (up to $15,000 in value), as well as pay professional development stipends and substitute pay. At this time, districts should only apply for the equipment costs from Attachment 4. These costs should NOT exceed those listed in Attachment 4. Districts will be allowed to increase their budgets (Attachment 6b) to pay for stipends and substitute pay once the professional development schedule has been set by ISBE. Applicants may be required to upgrade their electrical or other capacity or to make other in-kind contributions as a condition of their participation in the Technology Immersion Pilot Project. Successful applicants will be required to maintain an inventory of any equipment received that costs $500 or more per unit. The inventory listing must be current and available for review and audit. A physical inventory of items must be taken and results reconciled with the inventory records at least once every two years. The following information must be included on the inventory: • Date of inventory; • Description of property, including manufacturer’s model number; • Manufacturer’s serial number or other identification number; • Identification of the funding source; • Acquisition date; • Place of purchase (company name); • Present location; • Condition of the property; and • Unit cost. Proposal Format Each proposal must be submitted in the format outlined below. Please use the following as a checklist in assembling your completed proposal. ___ 1. Cover Page (Attachment 2): Must bear the original signature bear the original signature of the school district superintendent or official authorized to submit the proposal. ___ 2. Technology Immersion Committee Member Information Sheet (Attachment 3): Must be completed and bear the original signature of the members the Technology Immersion Committee. ___ 3. Readiness Rubrics (Attachments 4 , 5 and 5a): On August 8, 2006, ISBE staff or their representatives will begin scheduling visits for a team of network specialists to help district’s assess their infrastructure’s “readiness” to participate in the project based on a rubric that will be shared with the district upon the network specialists’ arrival. The completed readiness rubric (Attachment 4) should be included with the application. Districts will also be asked to complete a student and faculty readiness rubric (Attachment 5). This rubric will ask districts to rate the comfort level of everyone that will be participating in the project over the three-year period. The completed rubric should also be included as part of the Academic Improvement Plan (see page 5, number 1). 4
  • 5. ___ 4. Academic Improvement Plan: Follow the specifications found under “Academic Improvement Plan,” beginning on page 5. Applicants should use either their current Technology Plan or School Improvement Plan as the basis for the Academic Improvement Plan. ___ 5. Technology Plan: Each applicant must include a copy of its Technology Plan along with the technology plan approval letter from the Learning Technology Center or Regional Office of Education that clearly lists the approval and expiration date of the plan. ___ 6. Budget Pages (Attachment 6, 6a, and 6b): Must be submitted on the forms provided and bear the original signature of the school district superintendent or fiscal/administrative agent authorized to submit the proposal. Blue ink is recommended. A description of the specific budget categories can be found at http://www.isbe.net/funding/pdf/fiscal_procedure_handbk.pdf. Districts should only apply for equipment costs at this time using Attachments 6 and 6b. The budget requested should not exceed the total amount (i.e., $15,000) listed in Attachment 4. ___ 7. Acceptable Use Policy and Proof of Public Notice of Acceptable Use Policy: Include a copy of the acceptable use policy and a copy of the minutes from the applicant’s board meeting or other public meeting that was held to discuss the acceptable use policy. A copy of the content filter purchase order and vendor invoice for compliance with the Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA) should also be attached. Documents should clearly show that the content filter was purchased for use during the 2006-2007 School Year (FY07). ___ 8. Participation Signature Page(s) (Attachment 7): Must be signed by every teacher and administrator who will be participating in the project over the three-year period. For example, if grade 6 is chosen to participate, then all teachers for grades 6, 7 and 8 must sign in order to participate in the project in years 2 and 3. Those teachers or administrators who do not sign this sheet, will NOT be allowed to participate in the grant. Because of the timing of this RFP, ISBE will accept commitment letters as part of the RFP. However, Attachment 7 must be completed and in ISBE’s Springfield office before the district will be allowed to receive delivery of equipment. ___ 9. Certifications and Assurances (Attachments 8 and 9): Each applicant is required to submit the certification forms attached (“Certification and Assurances, and Standard Terms of the Grant” and “Technology Immersion Pilot Project Program-Specific Terms of the Grant”). These must bear the original signature of the official legally authorized to submit the proposal. Academic Improvement Plan Complete each of the following in the order presented below. 1. Indicate the school(s) and grade level(s) chosen to participate in the project, and the rationale for the school’s involvement. The rationale should address the school’s eligibility, and the need for the project, which must at least address: • the educational resources currently available to the school and how those resources would be improved through the use of wireless laptop computers and other related technology; 5
  • 6. • how the use of wireless laptop computers and other technologies could help mitigate the problems of the school, such as: o documented teacher shortages in critical areas; o limited access to pre-advanced placement courses; o low academic performance as measured by the required state assessments (i.e., Illinois Standards Achievement Test (ISAT), Illinois Alternate Assessment (IAA), or Illinois Measure of Annual Growth in English (IMAGE)); or o high dropout rates; and • the school’s readiness to incorporate technology into the classroom (Attachment 4). 2. Indicate the number of teachers and/or administrators who will be involved in the project and their roles. If any personnel other than the classroom teacher will be receiving equipment, then describe how each will support the work of the classroom teacher or conduct or support efforts aimed at alleviating the problems identified in the Academic Improvement Plan. 3. Provide a detailed description about how the Technology Immersion Pilot Project, particularly the use of wireless laptop computers, will help alleviate the problems identified in item 1 above. Discuss the goals and specific strategies related to curriculum and instruction and professional development that will be used by teachers and administrators, respectively, to improve the schools’ and students’ outcomes with respect to the noted problems. 4. Describe the school’s current technology deployment and explain why those resources have not allowed students and teachers to have everyday access to technology in and out of the classroom. Indicate the anticipated changes that will occur with the everyday use of laptops by teachers and students in and out of the classroom. Provide evidence that the teachers and administrators are willing to work in the new ways necessary to ensure successful implementation of the Technology Immersion Pilot Project as a way to mitigate identified problems. Also, describe whether staff knowledgeable about technology support and high- speed Internet services will be available to assist teachers and administrators. 5, Using the School Improvement Plan and/or approved Technology Plan, describe how the Technology Immersion Project will complement and positively contribute to other school improvement initiatives relevant to this school. Discuss initiatives and strategies that have been implemented but have not been effective in improving students’ performance over time. 6. Describe any limitations the school currently has with respect to using wireless laptop technology (e.g., antiquated servers that will not support wireless networking; not enough wireless access points; switches, routers, and software are out of date; lack of Internet filtering software). List the in-kind contributions to be made to the project, to include resources necessary to continue to integrate technology and professional development related to technology into the classrooms to which participating students will be assign in years two and three. 7. Describe the data to be collected and the methods to be used to ascertain the success of the Technology Immersion Pilot Project in the school in which it is being implemented, listing the performance assessments or any pre- or post-tests that will be used to measure student progress. Also, identify how and by whom each of the data elements needed in the final report (see Attachment 9, item 1) will be collected and how each of the applicable comparisons will be made. 6
  • 7. Page has been corrected. see http://www.isbe.net/curriculum/elearning/pdf/corrected_criteria.pdf Criteria for Review and Approval of Proposals Proposals shall be grouped according to the geographic areas outlined on page 1, and each proposal shall be ranked only in comparison to proposals from other eligible entities within its respective group. The proposal will be judged upon the following criteria: 1. Quality of the Plan (50 points) A. The proposal identifies schools to be served that are experiencing teacher shortages in particular curricular areas, limited access to Advanced Placement courses, low performance on the State assessments (i.e., ISAT, IAA, IMAGE), or high rates of dropping out. B. The proposal indicates how the prevalence of personal laptop computers and other technological resources can be used to mitigate the problems identified. C. The proposal discusses specific strategies that will be used by teachers and administrators, respectively, to improve the schools’ and students’ outcomes with respect to the specific problems noted. D. The proposal demonstrates that the teachers and administrators responsible for the classrooms to be served are amenable to the kinds of changes in their work that will occur if a greater reliance on technology is made possible. E. The proposal links the plan for the use of personal computing technology to other school improvement initiatives relevant to the schools to be served. 2. Need (30 points) A. The proposal demonstrates that the schools to be served currently have inadequate access to technological resources that can be used directly by students and teachers. B. The proposal discusses other initiatives and strategies that have not been as effective as hoped in improving students’ performance over time. 3. Evaluation Plan (20 points) The proposal identifies how and by whom each of the data elements implicit in the reporting requirement listed on Attachment 6, item 1, will be collected and how each of the applicable comparisons will be made. 7
  • 8. This eligibity list has been revised since its initial publishing. No districts or schools have been retracted from the original eligibility list; only additions have been made. Please see http://www.isbe.net/curriculum/elearning/pdf/Appendix_1.pdf Appendix 1 2005-06 Schools in Academic Early Warning Status or Academic Watch Status with grades 6-8 RCDTS School District Grades Served Status 01-075-0100-26-2010 Pikeland Community School Pikeland Community Unit School District 10 345678 AEWS 02-002-0050-26-1001 Egyptian Jr High School Egyptian Community Unit School District 5 678 AEWS 02-077-1010-26-2005 Meridian Elementary School Meridian Community Unit School District 101 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AEWS 04-004-1000-26-1003 Belvidere Central Middle School Belvidere Community Unit School District 100 678 AEWS 04-101-2050-25-1001 West Middle School Rockford School District 205 678 AEWS 04-101-2050-25-1006 Eisenhower Middle School Rockford School District 205 678 AEWS 04-101-2050-25-1008 Bernard W. Flinn Middle School Rockford School District 205 678 AWS 04-101-2050-25-1009 Abraham Lincoln Middle School Rockford School District 205 678 AWS 04-101-2050-25-1010 Kennedy Middle School Rockford School District 205 678 AWS 04-101-2050-25-2024 Ellis Arts Academy Rockford School District 205 K12345678 AWS 04-101-2050-25-2083 Rockford Science & Technology Academy Rockford School District 205 PK 5 6 7 8 AWS 04-101-2050-25-2086 Rockford Environmental Science Academy Rockford School District 205 678 AEWS 09-010-0040-26-1003 Edison Middle School Champaign Community Unit School District 4 678 AEWS 09-010-1160-22-1002 Urbana Middle School Urbana School District 116 678 AEWS 09-010-1370-02-1003 J. W. Eater Jr High School Rantoul City School District 137 678 AEWS 10-068-0030-26-1002 Hillsboro Jr High School Hillsboro Community Unit School District 3 678 AEWS 12-013-0100-26-1001 Clay City Jr High School Clay City Community Unit District 10 678 AEWS 13-014-0010-26-1001 Carlyle Junior High School Carlyle Community Unit School District 1 5678 AEWS 13-058-1350-02-1001 Centralia Jr High School Centralia School District 135 678 AEWS 13-058-4010-26-1001 South Central Middle School South Central Community Unit District 401 678 AEWS 14-016-0210-04-1002 Cooper Middle School Wheeling Community Consolidated School District 21 678 AEWS 14-016-0210-04-1006 Oliver W. Holmes Middle School Wheeling Community Consolidated School District 21 678 AEWS 14-016-0210-04-1007 Jack London Middle School Wheeling Community Consolidated School District 21 678 AEWS 14-016-0590-04-1010 Grove Jr High School Community Consolidated School District 59 678 AEWS 14-016-0620-04-1001 Algonquin Middle School Community Consolidated School District 62 678 AEWS 14-016-0620-04-1003 Chippewa Middle School Community Consolidated School District 62 678 AEWS 14-016-0650-04-1002 Chute Middle School Evanston Community Consolidated School District 65 678 AEWS 14-016-0650-04-1007 Haven Middle School Evanston Community Consolidated School District 65 678 AEWS 14-016-0650-04-1012 Nichols Middle School Evanston Community Consolidated School District 65 678 AEWS 14-016-0680-02-1002 Old Orchard Jr High School Skokie School District 68 678 AEWS 14-016-0830-02-1003 Mannheim Middle School Mannheim School District 83 678 AEWS 14-016-0870-02-1005 MacArthur Middle School Berkeley School District 87 678 AWS 14-016-0870-02-1006 Northlake Middle School Berkeley School District 87 678 AWS 14-016-0880-02-1007 Roosevelt Middle School Bellwood School District 88 678 AWS 14-016-0890-02-2002 Emerson Elementary School Maywood-Melrose Park-Broadview-89 K12345678 AWS 14-016-0890-02-2003 Garfield Elementary School Maywood-Melrose Park-Broadview-89 K12345678 AWS 14-016-0890-02-2004 Irving Elementary School Maywood-Melrose Park-Broadview-89 K12345678 AWS 14-016-0890-02-2005 Lexington Elementary School Maywood-Melrose Park-Broadview-89 K12345678 AWS 14-016-0890-02-2007 Melrose Park Elementary School Maywood-Melrose Park-Broadview-89 K12345678 AWS 14-016-0890-02-2008 Roosevelt Elementary School Maywood-Melrose Park-Broadview-89 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 14-016-0890-02-2012 Washington Elementary School Maywood-Melrose Park-Broadview-89 K12345678 AWS Page 1 of 11
  • 9. This eligibity list has been revised since its initial publishing. No districts or schools have been retracted from the original eligibility list; only additions have been made. Please see http://www.isbe.net/curriculum/elearning/pdf/Appendix_1.pdf Appendix 1 2005-06 Schools in Academic Early Warning Status or Academic Watch Status with grades 6-8 RCDTS School District Grades Served Status 14-016-0910-02-1001 Forest Park Middle School Forest Park School District 91 678 AEWS 14-016-0970-02-1003 Gwendolyn Brooks Middle School Oak Park Elem School District 97 678 AEWS 14-016-1030-02-2007 Washington Middle School Lyons School District 103 678 AEWS 14-016-1040-02-1001 Heritage Middle School Summit School District 104 678 AEWS 14-016-1300-02-1001 Everett F. Kerr Middle School Cook County School District 130 678 AEWS 14-016-1300-02-1002 Nathan Hale Middle School Cook County School District 130 678 AEWS 14-016-1300-02-1003 Veterans Memorial Middle Sch Cook County School District 130 678 AEWS 14-016-1320-02-2002 Calumet Elementary School Calumet Public Schools District 132 678 AWS 14-016-1330-02-2001 General George Patton Elementary School General George Patton School District 133 12345678 AWS 14-016-1430-02-2001 Central Park Elementary School Midlothian School District 143 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AEWS 14-016-1435-02-1003 Kellar School Elementary Posen-Robbins Elementary School District 143-5 678 AWS 14-016-1470-02-1001 Rosa L. Parks Middle School W Harvey-Dixmoor Public School District 147 678 AWS 14-016-1490-02-1003 Dirksen Middle School Dolton School District 149 678 AWS 14-016-1500-02-1005 Mckinley Jr High School South Holland School District 150 678 AEWS 14-016-1510-02-1001 Coolidge Middle School South Holland School District 151 678 AWS 14-016-1525-02-1002 Robert Frost Middle School Hazel Crest School District 152-5 678 AWS 14-016-1545-02-2001 Burnham Elementary School Burnham School District 154-5 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 14-016-1550-02-1001 Wentworth Jr High School Calumet City School District 155 678 AWS 14-016-1560-02-2001 Lincoln Elementary School Lincoln Elementary School District 156 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 14-016-1570-02-1001 Schrum Memorial School Hoover-Schrum Memorial School District 157 678 AWS 14-016-1580-02-1004 Memorial Jr High School Lansing School District 158 678 AEWS 14-016-1590-02-2005 Woodgate Elementary School Elem School District 159 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AEWS 14-016-1600-02-1001 Southwood Middle School Country Club Hills School District 160 678 AWS 14-016-1630-02-1010 Forest Trail Middle School Park Forest School District 163 678 AEWS 14-016-1680-04-1003 Rickover Jr High School Community Consolidated School District 168 678 AEWS 14-016-1690-02-1001 Cottage Grove Middle School Ford Heights School District 169 678 AWS 14-016-1700-02-1001 Washington Junior High Chicago Heights School District 170 45678 AWS 14-016-1700-02-2002 Roosevelt Elementary School Chicago Heights School District 170 K12345678 AEWS 14-016-1700-02-2005 Wilson Elementary School Chicago Heights School District 170 K12345678 AWS 14-016-1700-02-2011 Jefferson Elementary School Chicago Heights School District 170 K12345678 AWS 14-016-1700-02-2013 Lincoln Elementary School Chicago Heights School District 170 K12345678 AWS 14-016-1710-02-1001 Heritage Middle School Sunnybrook School District 171 5678 AEWS 15-016-2990-25-002C Academy of Communications and Technology Charter High School 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 AWS 15-016-2990-25-003C Perspectives Charter High School 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 AWS 15-016-2990-25-201C Chicago International Charter K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2046 M. Jackson Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2047 Morgan Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2048 W. Green Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 K12345678 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2049 Bunche Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2050 Abbott Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 K12345678 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2052 Agassiz Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AEWS Page 2 of 11
  • 10. Appendix 1 2005-06 Schools in Academic Early Warning Status or Academic Watch Status with grades 6-8 RCDTS School District Grades Served Status 15-016-2990-25-2053 Alcott Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AEWS 15-016-2990-25-2054 Aldridge Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2055 Altgeld Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2056 H. C. Andersen Elementary Community Academy City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2058 Armour Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2059 G. Armstrong Elementary International Studies City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AEWS 15-016-2990-25-2061 Attucks Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2063 Avalon Park Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2065 Banneker Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2068 Barton Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2069 Bass Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2072 Nicholson Elementary Math & Science City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2078 Beaubien Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AEWS 15-016-2990-25-2079 Beethoven Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2080 Beidler Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2084 Bethune Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2088 Bond Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2089 Boone Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AEWS 15-016-2990-25-2090 Bradwell Communications Arts & Science Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2092 Haley Elementary Academy City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2094 Brentano Elementary Math & Science Academy City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2096 Bright Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2097 W. Brown Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2100 Bouchet Elementary Math & Science Academy City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2102 Burbank Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2105 Burnham Elementary Inclusive Academy City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2106 Castellanos Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 45678 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2107 Burnside Elementary Scholastic Academy City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AEWS 15-016-2990-25-2113 Caldwell Elementary Academy of Math & Science City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2114 Calhoun North Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 K12345678 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2118 Cameron Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2121 Carpenter Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2123 Carter Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2127 Cather Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2128 Chalmers Elementary Specialty School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2130 Chase Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AEWS 15-016-2990-25-2133 Cleveland Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2134 Clinton Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AEWS 15-016-2990-25-2135 Clissold Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 K12345678 AEWS 15-016-2990-25-2136 Coles Elementary Language Academy City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2139 Cook Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS Page 3 of 11
  • 11. This eligibity list has been revised since its initial publishing. No districts or schools have been retracted from the original eligibility list; only additions have been made. Please see http://www.isbe.net/curriculum/elearning/pdf/Appendix_1.pdf Appendix 1 2005-06 Schools in Academic Early Warning Status or Academic Watch Status with grades 6-8 RCDTS School District Grades Served Status 15-016-2990-25-213C Chicago Childrens Choir Elementary Charter 45678 AEWS 15-016-2990-25-2145 Corkery Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2147 Crown Elementary Community Academy Fine ArtsCity Of Chicago School District 299 Center PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2148 Darwin Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AEWS 15-016-2990-25-2149 N. Davis Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2150 Dawes Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AEWS 15-016-2990-25-2152 Delano Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2153 Deneen Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2154 Dett Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2155 Chopin Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2159 Dewey Elementary Academy Of Fine Arts City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2160 Disney Elementary Magnet School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AEWS 15-016-2990-25-2161 Dixon Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AEWS 15-016-2990-25-2172 Drummond Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2173 Dubois Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AEWS 15-016-2990-25-2175 Dulles Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2176 Dumas Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2179 Dvorak Elementary Specialty Academy City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AEWS 15-016-2990-25-2180 Earle Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2181 Eberhart Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 K12345678 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2189 Emmet Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2190 Ericson Elementary Scholastic Academy City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AEWS 15-016-2990-25-2191 Esmond Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2195 Faraday Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2199 Farren Fine Arts Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 K12345678 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2201 Fermi Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2202 Fernwood Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2203 Field Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 45678 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2204 Fiske Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2206 Fort Dearborn Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2208 Frazier Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2209 Fuller Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AEWS 15-016-2990-25-2210 Fulton Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2212 Gale Elementary Community Academy City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2213 Gallistel Elementary Language Academy City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AEWS 15-016-2990-25-2215 Gary Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2216 Woods Elementary Math & Science Academy City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2218 Gladstone Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2221 Goldblatt Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2222 Gompers Elementary Fine Arts Opt School City Of Chicago School District 299 45678 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2223 Goudy Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AEWS Page 4 of 11
  • 12. This eligibity list has been revised since its initial publishing. No districts or schools have been retracted from the original eligibility list; only additions have been made. Please see http://www.isbe.net/curriculum/elearning/pdf/Appendix_1.pdf Lozano Elementary Bilingual & International Center Of Chicago School District 299 City PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2304 Kozminski Elementary Community Academy City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2305 Lafayette Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2307 Lathrop Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2309 Lawndale Elementary Community Academy City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2310 Lemoyne Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2311 Lewis Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2313 Libby Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2315 Linne Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS Page 5 of 11
  • 13. Appendix 1 2005-06 Schools in Academic Early Warning Status or Academic Watch Status with grades 6-8 RCDTS School District Grades Served Status 15-016-2990-25-2317 J. Locke Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 K12345678 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2319 Lovett Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2321 Lowell Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2322 Lawrence Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2323 Lyon Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 K12345678 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2324 Madison Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2326 Manierre Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2328 Mann Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2329 Marconi Elementary Community Academy City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2330 Marquette Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2334 Mason Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2336 May Elementary Community Academy City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2340 McCorkle Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2349 McPherson Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2352 Melody Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2354 Mollison Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2355 Monroe Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2356 Moos Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2357 Morrill Elementary Math & Science School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2362 Mount Vernon Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2367 R. Brown Elementary Community Academy City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AEWS 15-016-2990-25-2368 Nash Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2369 Neil Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 K12345678 AEWS 15-016-2990-25-2370 Nettelhorst Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2373 Nightingale Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2375 Nobel Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2381 Oglesby Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2382 O'Keeffe Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2385 Piccolo Elementary Specialty School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2386 Otis Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2390 Paderewski Elementary Learning Academy City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2391 Palmer Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 K12345678 AEWS 15-016-2990-25-2392 Parker Elementary Community Academy City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2393 Parkman Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2394 Park Manor Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2395 Parkside Elementary Community Academy City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2396 Pasteur Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AEWS 15-016-2990-25-2397 Peabody Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2398 Peck Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2399 Peirce Elementary International Studies School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AEWS 15-016-2990-25-2400 Penn Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS Page 6 of 11
  • 14. Appendix 1 2005-06 Schools in Academic Early Warning Status or Academic Watch Status with grades 6-8 RCDTS School District Grades Served Status 15-016-2990-25-2404 Pickard Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2406 Plamondon Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 K12345678 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2408 Pope Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2409 Portage Park Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AEWS 15-016-2990-25-2410 Prescott Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2411 Price Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2413 Pulaski Elementary Fine Arts Academy City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AEWS 15-016-2990-25-2414 Pullman Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2415 Johns Elementary Community Academy City Of Chicago School District 299 45678 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2419 Reavis Elementary Math & Science Special School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2420 Reed Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2421 Reilly Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2422 Reinberg Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AEWS 15-016-2990-25-2423 Revere Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2427 Ross Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2428 Ruggles Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2429 Ryder Elementary Math & Science Special SchoolCity Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2432 Ryerson Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2435 Sawyer Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 K12345678 AEWS 15-016-2990-25-2437 Ashe Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2438 Scammon Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AEWS 15-016-2990-25-2439 Songhai Elementary Learning Institute City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2440 Schiller Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2442 Schmid Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2443 Schneider Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2446 Seward Elementary Communication Arts Academy ity Of Chicago School District 299 C PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2447 Sexton Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2452 Mireles Elementary Academy City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2453 Sherman Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2454 Sherwood Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2455 Shields Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 K12345678 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2457 Shoop Math-Science Technology Elementary Academy Chicago School District 299 City Of PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2458 Skinner Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AEWS 15-016-2990-25-2460 J. Smyth Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2462 Spencer Elementary Math & Science Academy City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2464 Stagg Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2465 Stevenson Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2469 Spry Elementary Community School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2472 Stowe Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-299-02-52474 Sullivan Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2475 Sumner Elementary Math & Science Community Academy City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS Page 7 of 11
  • 15. Appendix 1 2005-06 Schools in Academic Early Warning Status or Academic Watch Status with grades 6-8 RCDTS School District Grades Served Status 15-016-2990-25-2478 Talcott Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2479 Tanner Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2480 Taylor Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AEWS 15-016-2990-25-2484 J. N. Thorp Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2487 Tilton Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2488 Tonti Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 K12345678 AEWS 15-016-2990-25-2490 Twain Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 K12345678 AEWS 15-016-2990-25-2492 Lavizzo Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2495 Von Humboldt Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2498 Wadsworth Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2502 Warren Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AEWS 15-016-2990-25-2504 Waters Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2505 Webster Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2506 Wentworth Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2507 Westcott Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2509 West Pullman Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2512 Whistler Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2513 Whitney Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2521 Woodson South Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2522 Yale Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2525 Young Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2542 Yates Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2617 Cuffe Math-Science Technology Elementary Academy Of Chicago School District 299 City PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2618 Foster Park Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2620 L. Hughes Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2703 Lee Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AEWS 15-016-2990-25-2704 Copernicus Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2724 Robinson Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2726 Hanson Park Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2729 White Elementary Career Academy City Of Chicago School District 299 K12345678 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2766 McCosh Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AEWS 15-016-2990-25-2767 L. Ward Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2768 W. Smith Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2771 Bontemps Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AEWS 15-016-2990-25-2785 Powell Elementary Paideia Community Academy City Of Chicago School District 299 K12345678 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2799 Curtis Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2806 Kanoon Elementary Magnet School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2823 Ninos Heroes Elementary Academic Center City Of Chicago School District 299 K12345678 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2825 De Diego Elementary Community Academy City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AEWS 15-016-2990-25-2837 Daley Elementary Academy City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2838 Madero Middle School City Of Chicago School District 299 678 AWS Page 8 of 11
  • 16. Appendix 1 2005-06 Schools in Academic Early Warning Status or Academic Watch Status with grades 6-8 RCDTS School District Grades Served Status 15-016-2990-25-2841 Carver Middle School City Of Chicago School District 299 45678 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2844 Morton Elementary Career Academy City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2848 F. Douglass Junior High Academy City Of Chicago School District 299 6 7 8 9 10 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2854 De La Cruz Elementary Math & Science Special City Of Chicago School District 299 PK 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2855 South Loop Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2862 Casals Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2864 Perez Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2869 Roque De Duprey Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 K12345678 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2870 Brighton Park Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AEWS 15-016-2990-25-2873 Evergreen Academy Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 678 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2881 Logandale Middle School City Of Chicago School District 299 678 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2886 Chavez Elementary Multicultural Academy CenterCity Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2889 Jordan Elementary Community School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AEWS 15-016-2990-25-2891 Foundations Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 12345678 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2893 Finkl Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 K12345678 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2894 Nia Middle Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 45678 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2896 Little Village Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2900 Lara Elementary Academy City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2901 Telpochcalli Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 K12345678 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2902 Wells Preparatory Elementary Academy City Of Chicago School District 299 K12345678 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2904 Christopher Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 12345678 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2908 West Park Elementary Academy City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2915 Northwest Middle School City Of Chicago School District 299 678 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2916 Hampton Elementary Fine & Performaning Arts SchoolOf Chicago School District 299 City PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 15-016-2990-25-2918 J. Colemon Elementary Academy City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AEWS 15-016-2990-25-2924 National Teachers Elementary Academy City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AEWS 15-016-2990-25-2925 South Chicago Community Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 K12345678 AEWS 15-016-2990-25-2926 Talman Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AEWS 15-016-2990-25-2927 Dodge Elementary School City Of Chicago School District 299 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AEWS 15-016-2990-25-2932 Williams Middle Preparatory Academy City Of Chicago School District 299 5678 AEWS 16-019-4280-26-1010 Huntley Middle School DeKalb Community Unit School District 428 678 AEWS 16-019-4280-26-2010 Clinton Rosette Middle School DeKalb Community Unit School District 428 678 AEWS 17-053-4290-04-1001 Pontiac Jr High School Pontiac Community Consolidated School District 429 678 AEWS 17-064-0870-25-1002 Bloomington Jr High School Bloomington School District 87 678 AEWS 19-022-0020-02-1001 Blackhawk Middle School Bensenville School District 2 678 AEWS 19-022-0040-02-1009 Indian Trail Jr High School Addison School District 4 678 AEWS 19-022-0150-02-1004 Marquardt Middle School Marquardt School District 15 678 AEWS 19-022-0440-02-1009 Glenn Westlake Middle School Lombard School District 44 678 AEWS 19-022-0450-02-1006 Jackson Middle School School District 45 DuPage County 678 AEWS 19-022-0930-04-1004 Stratford Middle School Community Consolidated School District 93 678 AEWS 19-022-2000-26-1001 Monroe Middle School Community Unit School District 200 678 AEWS Page 9 of 11
  • 17. This eligibity list has been revised since its initial publishing. No districts or schools have been retracted from the original eligibility list; only additions have been made. Please see http://www.isbe.net/curriculum/elearning/pdf/Appendix_1.pdf Appendix 1 2005-06 Schools in Academic Early Warning Status or Academic Watch Status with grades 6-8 RCDTS School District Grades Served Status 19-022-2040-26-1005 Still Middle School Indian Prairie Community Unit School District 204 678 AEWS 20-076-0010-26-2002 Pope County Elementary School Pope County Community Unit District 1 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AEWS 20-083-0030-26-1002 Harrisburg Middle School Harrisburg Community Unit School District 3 678 AEWS 21-100-0020-26-1002 Marion Jr High School Marion Community Unit School District 2 678 AEWS 22-029-0660-25-1002 Ingersoll Middle School Canton Union School District 66 5678 AEWS 24-047-0880-26-1001 Plano Middle School Plano Community Unit School District 88 678 AEWS 25-041-0800-02-1001 Zadok Casey Middle School Mount Vernon School District 80 678 AEWS 27-066-2030-26-1001 Westmer Jr High School Westmer Community Unit School District 203 678 AEWS 30-039-0950-02-1004 Carbondale Middle School Carbondale Elementary School District 95 678 AEWS 30-039-1860-26-1002 Murphysboro Middle School Murphysboro Community Unit School District 186 678 AEWS 31-045-1290-22-1003 Jefferson Middle School Aurora West Unit School District 129 678 AEWS 31-045-1290-22-1004 Washington Middle School Aurora West Unit School District 129 678 AEWS 31-045-1290-22-1005 Jewel Middle School Aurora West Unit School District 129 678 AEWS 31-045-1310-22-1002 C. F. Simmons Middle School Aurora East Unit School District 131 678 AWS 31-045-1310-22-1003 K. D. Waldo Middle School Aurora East Unit School District 131 678 AWS 31-045-1310-22-1004 Henry W. Cowherd Middle School Aurora East Unit School District 131 678 AWS 31-045-3030-26-1012 Wredling Middle School St. Charles Community Unit School District 303 678 AEWS 32-046-2590-04-2001 Lorenzo R. Smith Elementary School Pembroke Community Consolidated School District 259 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 34-049-0030-04-1006 Beach Park Middle School Beach Park Community Consolidated School District 3 5678 AEWS 34-049-0340-04-1002 Antioch Upper Grade School Antioch Community Consolidated School District 34 678 AEWS 34-049-0500-04-1004 Woodland Middle School Woodland Community Consolidated School District 50 678 AEWS 34-049-0600-26-1001 Jack Benny Middle School Waukegan Community Unit School District 60 678 AWS 34-049-0600-26-1002 Thomas Jefferson Middle School Waukegan Community Unit School District 60 678 AEWS 34-049-0600-26-1003 Daniel Webster Middle School Waukegan Community Unit School District 60 678 AWS 34-049-0600-26-1004 Robert E. Abbott Middle School Waukegan Community Unit School District 60 678 AWS 34-049-0600-26-1005 East Middle School Waukegan Community Unit School District 60 678 AWS 34-049-0750-02-1004 Carl Sandburg Middle School Mundelein Elementary School District 75 678 AEWS 34-049-0760-02-1003 West Oak Middle School Diamond Lake School District 76 5678 AEWS 35-050-2890-04-2001 Northbrook School Mendota Community Consolidated School District 289 PK 4 5 6 7 8 AEWS 41-057-0030-26-2002 Venice Elementary School Venice Community Unit School District 3 K12345678 AWS 41-057-0090-26-1003 Coolidge Middle School Granite City Community Unit School District 9 678 AEWS 41-057-0090-26-1004 Grigsby Middle School Granite City Community Unit School District 9 678 AEWS 41-057-0110-26-1003 East Middle School Alton Community Unit School District 11 678 AEWS 41-057-0110-26-1004 North Middle School Alton Community Unit School District 11 678 AEWS 41-057-0120-26-2007 Madison Middle School Madison Community Unit School District 12 PK 6 7 8 AWS 41-057-0130-02-1001 East Alton Middle School East Alton School District 13 678 AWS 44-063-0120-26-1003 Johnsburg Jr High School Johnsburg Community Unit School District 12 5678 AEWS 44-063-0470-04-1005 Hannah Beardsley Middle School Crystal Lake Community Consolidated School District 47 678 AEWS 44-063-0500-26-1002 Harvard Jr High School Harvard Community Unit School District 50 5678 AEWS 44-063-1580-22-1001 Huntley Middle School Consolidated School District 158 678 AEWS 44-063-2000-26-1006 Northwood Middle School Woodstock Community Unit School District 200 678 AEWS Page 10 of 11
  • 18. This eligibity list has been revised since its initial publishing. No districts or schools have been retracted from the original eligibility list; only additions have been made. Please see http://www.isbe.net/curriculum/elearning/pdf/Appendix_1.pdf Appendix 1 2005-06 Schools in Academic Early Warning Status or Academic Watch Status with grades 6-8 RCDTS School District Grades Served Status 45-079-1390-26-2002 Chester Elementary School Chester Community Unit School District 139 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AEWS 46-009-0150-26-0007 Beardstown Jr/Sr High School Beardstown Community Unit School District 15 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 AWS 46-069-0110-26-1001 Meredosia-Chambersburg Jr High Meredosia-Chambersburg Community Unit School District 11 678 AEWS 46-086-0020-26-1001 Bluffs Junior High School Scott-Morgan Community Unit School District 2 678 AEWS 47-052-1700-22-1001 Reagan Middle School Dixon Unit School District 170 5678 AEWS 47-071-2310-04-1002 Rochelle Middle School Rochelle Community Consolidated District 231 678 AEWS 48-072-1500-25-1002 Sterling Middle School Peoria School District 150 PK 5 6 7 8 AWS 48-072-1500-25-1004 White Middle School Peoria School District 150 5678 AWS 48-072-1500-25-1005 Blaine-Sumner Middle School Peoria School District 150 5678 AWS 48-072-1500-25-1007 Columbia Middle School Peoria School District 150 5678 AEWS 48-072-1500-25-1011 Loucks-Edison Jr Academy Peoria School District 150 5678 AWS 48-072-1500-25-1012 Trewyn Middle School Peoria School District 150 5678 AWS 48-072-1500-25-1014 Lincoln Middle School Peoria School District 150 5678 AWS 48-072-1500-25-2028 Roosevelt Magnet School Peoria School District 150 K12345678 AEWS 49-081-0340-02-1001 Silvis Jr High School Silvis School District 34 678 AEWS 49-081-0370-02-1002 Glenview Middle School East Moline School District 37 5678 AEWS 50-082-1150-02-1001 Whiteside Middle School Whiteside School District 115 5678 AEWS 50-082-1870-26-1012 Wirth-Parks Middle School Cahokia Community Unit School District 187 678 AWS 50-082-1880-22-1001 Lovejoy Middle School Brooklyn Unit District 188 678 AWS 50-082-1890-22-1007 Clark Middle School East St. Louis School District 189 678 AWS 50-082-1890-22-1025 Wyvetter Younge Middle School East St. Louis School District 189 678 AEWS 50-082-1890-22-1036 East St Louis-Lincoln Middle School East St. Louis School District 189 678 AWS 51-084-1860-25-1007 U. S. Grant Middle School Springfield School District 186 678 AEWS 51-084-1860-25-1009 Washington Middle School Springfield School District 186 678 AWS 51-084-1860-25-2042 Jefferson Middle School Springfield School District 186 678 AWS 54-092-1180-24-1021 South View Middle School Danville Community Consolidated School District 118 678 AEWS 56-099-030C-04-1001 Troy Middle School TroyCommunity Consolidated School District 30C 678 AEWS 56-099-0860-05-1001 Dirksen Junior High School Joliet Public School District 86 678 AWS 56-099-0860-05-1002 Gompers Junior High School Joliet Public School District 86 678 AWS 56-099-0860-05-1003 Hufford Junior High School Joliet Public School District 86 678 AWS 56-099-0860-05-1004 Washington Junior High School Joliet Public School District 86 678 AWS 56-099-0890-02-2002 Fairmont School Fairmont School District 89 PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AWS 56-099-2020-22-1003 Timber Ridge Middle School Plainfield School District 202 678 AEWS 56-099-2020-22-1005 Drauden Point Middle School Plainfield School District 202 678 AEWS 56-099-365U-26-1003 A. Vito Martinez Middle School Valley View Community Unit School District #365U 678 AEWS 56-099-365U-26-1004 Brooks Middle School Valley View Community Unit School District #365U 678 AEWS 56-099-365U-26-1005 Jane Addams Middle School Valley View Community Unit School District #365U 678 AEWS 447 Schools Page 11 of 11
  • 19. Page has been corrected. See http://www.isbe.net/curriculum/elearning/pdf/Attachment 1.pdf Page has been corrected. See http://www.isbe.net/curriculum/elearning/pdf/Attachment 1.pdf Attachment 1 Intent to Apply Technology Immersion Pilot Program _______________________ intends to apply for the Technology Immersion Pilot Project Program. (applicant name) The above named applicant sent _____ representatives to the grant writing workshop (number) held in Chicago/Springfield. (circle meeting location) ____________________________________________________________________ (District Superintendent/Authorized Official Original Signature) ____________________________________________________________________ (Technology Immersion Committee Chair Original Signature) Send completed form to the following address no later than August 4, 2006: Technology Immersion Pilot Project Program Curriculum and Instruction Division Illinois State Board of Education 100 N 1st Street (C-215) Springfield, IL 62777-0001
  • 20. ILLINOIS STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION Curriculum and Instruction Division DUE DATE : 100 North First Street C215 Springfield, Illinois 62777-0001 August 24, 2006 ACCESSION NUMBER ILLINOIS FY2007 TECHNOLOGY IMMERSION PILOT PROJECT COVER PAGE ATTACHMENT 2 INSTRUCTIONS: Submit 1 original plus 3 copies. No faxed copies will be accepted. No electronic submission will be accepted. NAME OF SCHOOL DISTRICT REGION-COUNTY-DISTRICT CODE DISTRICT CONTACT INFORMATION NAME OF SUPERINTENDENT TELEPHONE NUMBER/EXTENSION (Include Area Code) ADDRESS OF SUPERINTENDENT (Street, City, State, Zip Code) E-MAIL FAX CONTACT PERSON TELEPHONE NUMBER/EXTENSION CONTACT PERSON ADDRESS(Street, City, State, Zip Code) E-MAIL FAX ASSURANCES The applicant (School District) assures the Illinois State Board of Education that it shall: · Comply with all participation requirements; · Attendance is required for teachers and relevant administrators at all professional development related to this project; · Coordinate the district’s professional development activities with those of ISBE; · Provide long-term leadership commitment and LEA support to raising student achievement through the program; · Assure the full participation of the LEA in required student assessment activities; · Commit to meet the criteria set forth in the statewide evaluation of the program; · Participate in state evaluation of the program; · Complete all necessary certifications and assurances required by state education programs; and · Comply with all programmatic and reporting requirements named in the Request For Proposals. I certify that the LEA will comply with the assurances stated above and additional assurances provided within this proposal with regard to the Program. Date Original - Signature of Authorized Administrative Agent Official ISBE USE ONLY Adjustments and/or modifications are subject to written approval by both parties of this agreement. Date Signature of ISBE Division Administrator Curriculum and Instruction Division ISBE 00-14 (7-13-06) Print Reset Form
  • 21. Attachment 3 Technology Immersion Committee Member Information Sheet Each member of the Technology Immersion Committee must sign and date this form. Duplicate sheet as needed. Printed Name Affiliation Signature Date By signing below, I certify that these are the members of the Technology Immersion Committee. ______________________________________________________________________ Technology Immersion Committee Chair Original Signature Date ______________________________________________________________________ District Name Building Name
  • 22. Attachment 4 Technology Immersion Pilot Project Infrastructure Readiness Checklist Number of student laptop computers needed Number of faculty/administrators laptop computers needed Districts should calculate 2% of student laptop total here Total Number of laptop computers needed for 0 grant (total of 3 boxes) INFRASTRUCTURE CHECKLIST District Current Additional Cost per Extended Extended Consideration Notes Needs Inventory District Item x No. costs (to costs (to (What is in Require- of Items grant not to district) Place?) ments Needed exceed √ √ √ $15,000) Site Electrical Capacity Sufficient classroom/building **(Letter of Verification) electrical capacity necessary to accommodate additional 1 to 1 laptop computers will need letter of verification from an architect, electrician, or other authorized personnel. Building After determining classroom needs, will the breaker panels be able to handle additional breakers? Classroom Is there enough electrical capacity to connect laptops? (Avg Amps of laptop = 1.5 amps. Approx 10 laptops on a 20 Amp circuit or Approx 17 laptops on 30 Amp circuit using the 80 % capacity rule.) Page 1 of 4
  • 23. Attachment 4 Building/District Network District Current Additional Cost per Extended Extended Consideration Notes Needs Inventory District Item x costs (to costs (to (What is in Require- No. of grant not district) Place?) ments Items to exceed √ √ √ Needed $15,000) Basic Infrastructure Design and Inventory BANDWIDTH • Is the current network adequate to ---LAN handle the addition of student laptops? (Network Speed, Switch Ports, IP Subnet) • IDEAL-- Wired computers on one subnet or VLAN, wireless on another. • Service priority should be: administrator, instructor, student. • Security should be a major concern when administrators and instructors go wireless. BANDWIDTH • Additional Internet bandwidth may ---WAN be needed beyond the traditional 1.5 MB T1 line. • How many T-1 lines or other connectivity do you have directly connected to ICN, Mediacom, etc.? BANDWIDTH Suggested Maximum -- 25 Laptops per --Wireless LAN Access Point. ACCESS Do switches have the ability to add -- Switches access points to their own VLAN or network backbone. (managed, layer 3) ACCESS • What is your current wireless -- Wireless Access Points configuration (802.11,A,B, G or hybrid)? • Ability to connect to an access point from anywhere in the building. • Ability to support the needed number of students per classroom. ( 25 laptops per access point) Access Are the network printers available to --Network Printers wireless clients? Page 2 of 4
  • 24. Attachment 4 Additional Network Components District Current Additional Cost per Extended Extended Consideration Notes Needs Inventory District Item x costs (to costs (to (What is in Require- No. of grant not to district) Place?) ments Items exceed √ √ √ Needed $15,000) Firewalls A firewall (local to laptop), anti-virus, and content filter will be needed on each laptop to allow for protection when laptop is off campus. Anti-Virus Additional District Licenses Content Filter Mandatory to comply with CIPA requirements. Technical Support Personnel Additional laptops will require additional workload on personnel with Remote Management, Summer Refresh program, Inventory Control, Non-Warranty Repair, and one on one support. Remote Management Summer Refresh program for The grant calls for students to have laptops computers during the summer necessitating imaging capabilities. Imaging capabilities The ability to quickly re-image a laptop to new condition. Page 3 of 4
  • 25. Attachment 4 BUILDING/CLASSROOM(S) District Current Additional Cost per Extended Extended Consideration Notes Needs Inventory District Item x costs (to costs (to (What is in Require- No. of grant not to district) Place?) ments Items exceed √ √ √ Needed $15,000) Network Access Adequate drops to connect access --data wiring points. Network Access • Purchase of additional Client --server capacity Access Licenses (CAL) may be needed. • May need to install additional server applications to deploy software (Microsoft RIS, Ghost, etc. ) Network Access Adequate measured signal strength --Wireless Access Points in each classroom is available. Electrical Capacity Adequate 115 volt plug-ins available --Plugs-Ins for each laptop. (25 laptops =25 plug-ins). Student Workspace • Adequate desk space for each --Desks, tables student’s laptop. • Ability for students’ desks adjustment to proper typing height. Total Costs I hereby certify that the above items are necessary for the district to participate in this grant: __________________________________________ _________________________ ____________________________ (Original Signature of Network Specialist) (Learning Technology Center Name) (Date) Page 4 of 4
  • 26. Page has been corrected. see Page has been corrected. see http://www.isbe.net/curriculum/elearning/pdf/corrected_criteria.p http://www.isbe.net/curriculum/elearning/pdf/attachment5_corrected.pdf Attachment 5 Student/Faculty Readiness Rubric Using Attachment 5a, write the estimated percentage of readiness in each cell. For example, under School Administrator Readiness, Not Ready could be 10%, Partially Ready could be 15%, etcetera. All cells should be completed. School Teacher Student Curriculum Professional Policy and Administrator Technical Skill Readiness Integration Development Procedures Readiness Readiness Readiness Not Ready Partially Ready Moderately Ready Ready
  • 27. Attachment 5a STUDENT/FACULTY READINESS RUBRIC 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. School Teacher Student Instructional Curriculum Professional Policy and Administrator Technical Skill Readiness Technology Integration Development Procedures Readiness Readiness Readiness Integration Recognizes benefits of Less than 10% of the Less than 10% of the Less than 10% of the No plan is in place to No formal support is District policies and technology in instruction. teachers regularly use students regularly use teachers in the building align the building’s available to assist procedures are not in a word processor, a word processor, require student use of curriculum to the teachers with training place. Not Personal use of email application, email application, computer-based Illinois Learning & mentoring activities Ready technology is limited. presentation software, presentation software, technology to support Standards and National related to technology & Web browser in a & Web browser in a higher-order learning Technology Standards integration. school setting. classroom/lab setting activities. for Students (NETS- for higher-order S). learning activities. Recognizes benefits of Up to 50% of the Up to 50% of the Up to 50% of the A plan is in place to Limited central office technology in instruction teachers regularly use students regularly use teachers require align the building’s or district level support District policies and for all students and a word processor, a word processor, student use of curriculum to the is available to assist procedures are in place supports use of email application, email application, computer-based Illinois Learning teachers with training (i.e., AUP, CIPA, Partially technology in instruction. presentation software, presentation software, technology to support Standards and & mentoring activities GEPA, Teacher Union Ready & Web browser in a & Web browser in a higher-order learning National Technology related to technology Contracts, et al.). Routinely uses school setting. classroom/lab setting activities. Standards for Students integration. Updates to the district technology in some for higher-order (NETS-S) & policies for the 1 - 1 aspects of daily work. learning activities. implementation is computing initiative expected to begin in a lack procedures for year or more. updating in a timely manner. Recognizes and identifies Up to 75% of the Up to 75% of the Up to 75% of the A plan is in place to Building has at least District policies and exemplary use of teachers regularly use students regularly use teachers require align the building’s one trained and procedures are in place technology instruction for a word processor, a word processor, student use of curriculum to the qualified person and revisited regularly all students and staff. email application, email application, computer-based Illinois Learning available part-time to allow for needed Moderately presentation software, presentation software, technology to support Standards and assist teachers with updates and can be Ready Has found means of & Web browser in a & Web browser in a higher-order learning National Technology training & mentoring approved for 1-1 funding and school setting. classroom/lab setting activities. Standards for Students activities related to computing (e.g., AUP, implementing at least one for higher-order (NETS-S) & technology integration. CIPA, GEPA, Teacher internal technology learning activities. implementation is Union Contracts). initiative and associated expected to begin in opportunity for staff’s less than a year. professional growth. model s include consistent and daily communication applications such as e- mail, interactive websites, real time presentations and on-line administrative tasks. Source: Michigan’s Freedom to Learn and One-to-One Institute
  • 28. Attachment 5a STUDENT/FACULTY READINESS RUBRIC 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. School Teacher Student Instructional Curriculum Professional Policy and Administrator Technical Skill Readiness Technology Integration Development Procedures Readiness Readiness Readiness Integration Promotes exemplary use More than 75% of the More than 75% of the More than 75% of the A plan is in place to Building has at least Policies and of technology in teachers regularly use students regularly use teachers require align the building’s one trained & qualified procedures are current instruction for all a word processor, a word processor, student use of Illinois Learning person available whose and can take full students and staff; email application, email application, computer-based Standards and National primary responsibility advantage of 1-1 advocates and encourages presentation software, presentation software, technology to support Technology Standards is to assist teachers computing. (e.g. AUP, parental and community & Web browser in a & Web browser in a higher-order learning for Students (NETS-S) with training & CIPA, GEPA, Teacher involvement in the school setting. classroom/lab setting activities. & it is currently being mentoring activities Union Contracts) Ready training and integration for higher-order implemented by related to technology of technology and learning activities. instructional staff. integration. education. Has found means of funding and implementing multiple internal technology initiatives and associated opportunities for staff’s professional growth. Maintains awareness of emerging technologies; participates in job-related professional learning using technology resources. Models daily integration of technology efficiencies. Source: Michigan’s Freedom to Learn and One-to-One Institute
  • 29. ILLINOIS STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION ATTACHMENT 6 Amendment # Curriculum and Instruction Division, C-215 B Initial Budget (11) Revised Initial Budget (11) 100 North First Street Springfield, Illinois 62777-0001 PROJECT NUMBER LEA SUBMISSION DATE INITIALS FISCAL SOURCE OF FUNDS REGION, COUNTY, DISTRICT, ISBE USE ONLY YEAR CODE TYPE CODE 07 3999-TI / / TOTAL FUNDS ISBE PROGRAM APPROVAL DATE DISTRICT NAME AND NUMBER CARRYOVER FUNDS CURRENT FUNDS SUPERINTENDENT TELEPHONE NUMBER FY2007 FAX NUMBER TECHNOLOGY IMMERSION BEGIN END E-MAIL ADDRESS PILOT PROJECT 06/30/2007 Budget Summary and Payment Schedule NOTE: Use whole dollars only. CONTACT PERSON TELEPHONE OMIT DECIMAL PLACES, e.g., 2536 NUMBER FAX NUMBER E-MAIL ADDRESS EMPLOYEE PURCHASED SUPPLIES & CAPITAL Function SALARIES BENEFITS SERVICES MATERIALS TOTAL EXPENDITURE ACCOUNT OUTLAY LINE Number 3 4 5 6 11 PAYMENT SCHEDULE 2 7 1 (Obj. 100's) (Obj. 200's) (Obj. 300's) (Obj. 400's) (obj.500’S) 1 July-August (81) 7 2210 Improvement of Instruction Services 2 September (82) Operation & Maintenance of Plant 15 2540 Services 3 October (83) 28 TOTAL DIRECT COSTS 4 November (84) 30 TOTAL BUDGET 5 December (85) 6 January (86) 7 February (87) 8 March (88) 9 April (89) ISBE Use Only RECEIVED DATE 10 May (90) 11 June (91) Date Original Signature of Superintendent or Authorized Official 12 July-August (92) TOTAL Date Signature of ISBE Division Administrator, Curriculum and Instruction $ ISBE 00-14 TIPP (7/19/06) Print Reset Form
  • 30. SCHOOL NAME ATTACHMENT 6a FY2007 DISTRICT NAME TECHNOLOGY IMMERSION PILOT PROJECT BUDGET NARRATIVE Prepare separate Budget Narrative for each school proposed for funding. Expenditure Description and Itemization (column 2) must include specific information for each entry. Refer to the Illinois Program Accounting Manual for object codes not listed. List all benefits included. The following information must be provided if Salaries (Object Code 100’s) are used. A. Name B. Position Title C. Percent of Time D. Salary Rate Itemize and explain each expenditure amount, including employee benefits. Use additional pages as needed. FUNCTION OBJECT EXPENDITURE DESCRIPTION AND SALARIES EMPLOYEE PURCHASED SUPPLIES CAPITAL TOTAL NUMBER NUMBER BENEFITS SERVICES AND ITEMIZATION MATERIALS OUTLAY (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) ISBE 74-39 (7/19-06) Print Reset Form
  • 31. ATTACHMENT 6b SCHOOL NAME FYFY07 DISTRICT NAME TECHNOLOGY IMMERSION PILOT PROJECT AMENDMENT BUDGET SUMMARY BREAKDOWN Directions: Prior to preparing this amendment request, please refer to the State and Federal Grant Administration Policy and Fiscal Requirements Procedures Handbook that can be accessed at <www.isbe.net/funding/PDF/fiscal_procedure_hardbc.pdf>. Obligations of funds based on this amendment cannot begin prior to the date of receipt at ISBE of a substantially approvable amendment request. Further information can be accessed at General Grant Information Frequently Asked Questions at <www.isbe.net/funding/PDF/ general_grant_faq.pdf>. To complete the form below, provide a thorough description of each budget line item requesting to be amended. Expenditure Description and Itemization (column 3) must match your currently approved budget and must include specific information for each entry. Rationale for Requested Change (column 7) must provide sufficient information and detail for ISBE personnel to ascertain approval of each line item amendment request. Amendment requests that do not fulfill these requirements will be denied until sufficient informa- tion is provided to ISBE. FUNCTION OBJECT CURRENTLY APPROVED REQUESTED CHANGE NUMBER NUMBER EXPENDITURE DESCRIPTION AND ITEMIZATION AMOUNT (+ OR -) REVISED AMOUNT RATIONALE FOR REQUESTED CHANGE (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) Net Change - or + ISBE 00-14 TIPP (07/19/06)) Print Reset Form
  • 32. Attachment 7 Participation Signature Page Instructions: Every teacher and relevant administrator participating in this project over the three year period must sign below. Duplicate as needed. By signing this agreement, I am verifying that I will follow the commitments, assurances and requirements as outlined and listed in this RFP, the Technology Immersion Academic Plan, and the evaluation plan agreed upon by the district Technology Immersion Committee and ISBE’s independent evaluator. ______________________________________________________________________ District Name Building Name ______________________________________________________________________ Superintendent Original Signature Date ______________________________________________________________________ Building Principal Original Signature Date ______________________________________________________________________ Technology Immersion Committee Chair Original Signature Date ______________________________________________________________________ Participating Classroom Teacher Original Signature Date ______________________________________________________________________ Participating Classroom Teacher Original Signature Date ______________________________________________________________________ Participating Classroom Teacher Original Signature Date ______________________________________________________________________ Participating Classroom Teacher Original Signature Date ______________________________________________________________________ Participating Classroom Teacher Original Signature Date ______________________________________________________________________ Participating Classroom Teacher Original Signature Date ______________________________________________________________________ Participating Classroom Teacher Original Signature Date ______________________________________________________________________ Participating Classroom Teacher Original Signature Date
  • 33. ATTACHMENT 8 Page 1 of 4 ILLINOIS STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION CERTIFICATIONS AND ASSURANCES, AND STANDARD TERMS OF THE GRANT (Insert Applicant's Name Here) The applicant/award recipient (hereinafter the term applicant includes award recipient as the context requires), hereby certifies and assures the Illinois State Board of Education that: 1. Applicant is a(n): (Check one) Individual Corporation Partnership Unincorporated association Government entity Social Security Account Number, Federal Employer Identification Number or Region/County/District/School Code, as applicable: 2. The applicant has the necessary legal authority to apply for and to receive the proposed award. The filing of this application has been authorized by the governing body of the applicant, and the undersigned representative has been duly authorized to file this application for and in behalf of said applicant, and otherwise to act as the authorized representative of the applicant in connection with this application and any award in relation thereto. PROGRAM 3. The program proposed in the application, and as negotiated and finalized by the parties in the grant agreement, is hereinafter referred to as the “program”. In planning the program there has been, and in establishing and carrying out the program, there will be (to the extent applicable to the program), participation of persons broadly representative of the cultural and educational resources of the area to be served, including persons representa- tive of the interests of potential beneficiaries. 4. Applicants may be asked to clarify certain aspects of their proposals/applications prior to final agreement on the terms of the program. 5. All funds provided shall be used solely for the purposes stated in the approved proposal/application. 6. The program will be administered by or under the supervision of the applicant and in accordance with the laws and regulations applicable to the grant. The applicant will be responsible for and obtain all necessary permits, licenses or consent forms as may be required to implement the program. SUBCONTRACTING 7. No subcontracting is allowed under this program, except as set forth in the grant agreement. If subcontracting is allowed, then all program responsibilities are to be retained by the applicant to ensure compliance with the terms and conditions of the grant. All subcontracting must be documented and must have the prior written approval of the State Superintendent of Education. Approval of subcontracts shall be subject to the same criteria as are applied to the original proposal/application. The following information is required if any subcontracting is to be utilized: · name(s) and address(es) of subcontractor(s); · need and purpose for subcontracting; · measurable and time-specific services to be provided; · associated costs, i.e., amounts to be paid under subcontracts; · projected number of participants to be served. The applicant may not assign, convey or transfer its rights to the grant award without the prior written consent of the State Board of Education. FINANCIAL TERMS 8. Payment under this grant is subject to passage of a sufficient appropriation by the General Assembly. Obliga- tions of the State Board of Education will cease immediately without further obligation should the General Assembly fail to appropriate sufficient funds for this grant. 9. A grantee must not obligate funds prior to the start date of the program set forth in the final grant agreement. The program’s start date cannot precede the start of the fiscal year for which the funds are appropriated. All program activities must be completed between the program beginning date and the ending date. Liquidation of all obligations, including the current year’s audit fee, should be completed no later than 90 calendar days after the program ending date. ISBE 85-1038 (7/06) Print Reset Form
  • 34. Page 2 of 4 10. The applicant understands that payment for approved services and expenses will be made on a reimbursement-of- claims basis, and that payment will be made in accordance with applicable statutes, regulations and standards after an application for payment is submitted to the State Board of Education. Vouchers for payment will be submitted to the Office of the Comptroller according to the payment schedule attached to the final grant agreement. The payment schedule shall be based on the projected date of expenditures. Payments will be withheld from scheduled amounts if periodic reports show excessive cash on hand. 11. An approved budget may be amended by completing the Budget Summary form to show the new amounts required and attaching an explanation for the changes. An amendment to the grant agreement must be entered into whenever any individual cell changes by more than $1,000 or 20 percent, whichever is larger. An amendment to the grant agreement must also be entered into whenever a grantee proposes to use funds for allowable expenditures not identified in the currently approved budget, if the scope of the program is expected to change, or if the overall grant award must be increased. Obligation of funds based on budget amendments cannot begin prior to the date of receipt of an amendment to the grant agreement executed by the State Board of Education. Requests for budget amendments must be received by the State Board of Education no later than 30 calendar days prior to the ending date of the program. 12. All grant funds shall be subject to the Illinois Grant Funds Recovery Act (30 ILCS 705). Funds granted for the operation of this program must be used exclusively for the purposes stated in the approved proposal/application and must be expended in accordance with the approved budget and the grantee’s policies and procedures related to such expenditures. Funds may only be expended for activities occurring during the grant period. All interest earned on state grant funds shall become part of the grant principal when earned and treated accordingly for all purposes. For federal grant funds, any amount that exceeds $100 must be returned to the federal granting agency (see 34 CFR 80.21). 13. Financial Reports: Quarterly expenditure reports are required of all grantees receiving federal funds. Dates for filing are September 30, December 31, March 31 and June 30 of each fiscal year. Expenditure reports must be filed electronically to the Division of Funding and Disbursement Services. All grant funds must be spent or obligated prior to the ending date of the program. Each grantee must submit a completion report showing the obligations paid and the expenditures for the program no later than 30 calendar days after the program ending date. If a completion report was filed with outstanding obligations, then a final expenditure report showing total program expenditures (with all prior obligations paid) must be submitted no later than 90 calendar days after the program ending date. Failure to submit the final expenditure report will result in current and subsequent years’ program funding being withheld until the report is received. In cases where final expenditures are less than total disbursements, the overpayment must be returned to the State Board of Education within 45 calendar days for all state grants or federal grants that do not allow carryover funds. Failure to return the funds will result in a breach of the grant agreement. Upon any such breach, the State Board of Education may, without limitation, withhold current and subsequent years’ program funding until the overpayment is returned. 14. The applicant will maintain records on program and fiscal activities related to each award for a period of three (3) years following the end of each award period for either a state-funded or federally funded program. Such records shall include a fiscal accounting for all monies in accordance with generally accepted governmental accounting principles. If there are outstanding audit exceptions, records will be retained on file until such exceptions are closed out to the satisfaction of the State Board of Education. 15. The State Board of Education and other governmental entitites with program monitoring authority shall, during the award period and for a period of three (3) years thereafter (or until no outstanding audit exceptions remain, whichever is later), have the right at any time to conduct on-site or off-site inspections of the applicant’s records and program operations for auditing and monitoring purposes. The applicant shall, during the award period and for a period of three (3) years thereafter (or until no outstanding audit exceptions remain, whichever is later) and upon the request of the State Board of Education, provide the State Board of Education with information and documentation regarding the applicant’s progress or performance with respect to the administration and operation of the program. NO BINDING OBLIGATION 16. The applicant acknowledges and agrees that the selection of its proposal for funding, or approval to fund an application, shall not be deemed to be a binding obligation of the State Board of Education until such time as a final grant agreement is entered into between the applicant and the State Board of Education. Prior to the execution of a final grant agreement, the State Board of Education may withdraw its award of funding to the applicant at any time, for any reason. COPYRIGHT 17. All rights, including copyright, to data, information and/or other materials developed pursuant to an award are retained by the State Board of Education, unless otherwise agreed in writing by the State Board of Education. All such work products produced by the applicant through work pursuant to the award shall be made available to the State Board of Education upon request.
  • 35. Page 3 of 4 DEFAULT AND TERMINATION 18. The applicant will be in default of the grant award and the corresponding grant agreement if it breaches any representation or warranty made in the grant agreement or in these Certifications and Assurances, and Standard Terms of the Grant, or fails to observe or perform any covenant, agreement, obligation, duty or provision set forth in the grant agreement or in these Certifications and Assurances, and Standard Terms of the Grant. Upon default by the applicant and written notification by the State Board of Education, the applicant will have ten days in which to cure the default to the satisfaction of the State Board of Education. If the default is not cured to the satisfaction of the State Board of Education, the State Board of Education shall thereafter have full right and authority to terminate thegrant agreement and/or seek such other remedy that may be available at law or in equity. Upon termination of the grant agreement, the applicant will cease all use of grant funds, shall cancel all cancelable obligations relating to the program, and shall return all unexpended grant funds to the State Board of Education within 45 days of termination. INDEMNIFICATION 19. The applicant shall indemnify, defend and save harmless the State of Illinois, the State Board of Education, and their respective members, officers, agents and employees against all loss, damage or expense that it or they may sustain as a result of any suits, actions or claims of any character brought on account of injury to any person or property or death of any person or persons, including all persons performing any work related to the use of grant funds, which may arise in connection with the program. Neither the applicant nor its employees or subcontractors shall be considered agents or employees of the State Board of Education or of the State of Illinois. If the applicant is a government unit only, it is understood and agreed that neither the applicant nor the State Board of Education shall be liable for any negligent or wrongful acts either of commission or omission unless such liability is imposed by law. GENERAL CERTIFICATION AND ASSURANCES 20. The applicant will obey all laws, regulations, and executive orders prohibiting discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or handicap, and all other laws, regulations, and executive orders applicable to its activities, including but not limited to the School Code (105 ILCS 5/1-1 et seq.), Title IX of the Amendments of 1972 (20 U.S.C. 1681 et seq.), the Illinois Human Rights Act (775 ILCS 5/1-101 et seq.), the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (20 U.S.C. 1400 et seq.), the Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967 (29 U.S.C. 621 et seq.), Titles VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (42 U.S.C. 2000d et seq., 2000e et seq.), the Public Works Employment Discrimination Act (775 ILCS 10/0.01 et seq.), and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (42 U.S.C. 12101 et seq.). Further, no grantee shall deny access to the program funded under the grant to students who lack documentation of their immigration status or legal presence in the United States (Plyler v. Doe, 457 U.S. 202, 102 S.Ct. 2382 (1982)). 21. The applicant is not barred from entering into this contract by Sections 33E-3 and 33E-4 of the Criminal Code of 1961 (720 ILCS 5/33E-3, 33E-4). Sections 33E-3 and 33E-4 prohibit the receipt of a state contract by a contractor who has been convicted of bid-rigging or bid-rotating. 22. If the applicant is an individual, the applicant is not in default on an educational loan as provided in 5 ILCS 385/3. 23. The applicant is not prohibited from receiving a grant award from the State of Illinois because it pays dues or fees on behalf of its employees or agents or subsidizes or otherwise reimburses them for payment of their dues or fees to any club which unlawfully discriminates (775 ILCS 25/1). 24. The applicant certifies it has informed the State Superintendent of Education in writing if any employee of the applicant was formerly employed by the State Board of Education and has received an early retirement incentive under 40 ILCS 5/14-108.3 or 40 ILCS 5/16-133.3 (Illinois Pension Code). The applicant acknowledges and agrees that if such early retirement incentive was received, this grant agreement is not valid unless the official executing the agreement has made the appropriate filing with the Auditor General prior to execution. 25. The applicant shall notify the State Superintendent of Education if the applicant solicits or intends to solicit for employment any of the State Board of Education’s employees during any part of the application process or during the term of the grant agreement. 26. If applicable, the applicant shall be required to observe and comply with provisions of the Prevailing Wage Act, 820 ILCS 130/1 et. seq., which applies to the wages of laborers, mechanics and other workers employed in any public works. 27. The applicant certifies that, as of the date of signature below, it is (a) current as to the filing and payment of any applicable federal, state and/or local taxes; and (b) not delinquent in its payment of moneys owed to any federal, state or local unit of government.
  • 36. Page 4 of 4 DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE CERTIFICATION 28. This certification is required by the Drug-Free Workplace Act (30 ILCS 580/1). The Drug-Free Workplace Act, effective January 1, 1992, requires that no grantee or contractor shall receive a grant or be considered for the purposes of being awarded a contract for the procurement of any property or services from the State unless that grantee or contractor has certified to the State that the grantee or contractor will provide a drug-free workplace. False certification or violation of the certification may result in sanctions including, but not limited to, suspension of contract or grant payments, termination of the contract or grant and debarment of contracting or grant opportunities with the State for at least one (1) year but not more than five (5) years For the purpose of this certification, “grantee” or “contractor” means a corporation, partnership, or other entity with twenty-five (25) or more employees at the time of issuing the grant, or a department, division, or other unit thereof, directly responsible for the specific performance under a contract or grant of $5,000 or more from the State. The applicant certifies and agrees that it will provide a drug-free workplace by: (a) Publishing a statement: (1) Notifying employees that the unlawful manufacture, distribution, dispensing, possession or use of a controlled substance, including cannabis, is prohibited in the grantee’s or contractor’s workplace. (2) Specifying the actions that will be taken against employees for violations of such prohibition. (3) Notifying the employee that, as a condition of employment on such contract or grant, the employee will: (A) abide by the terms of the statement; and (B) notify the employer of any criminal drug statute conviction for a violation occurring in the workplace (b) Establishing a drug-free awareness program to inform employees about: (1) the dangers of drug abuse in the workplace; (2) the grantee’s or contractor’s policy of maintaining a drug-free workplace; (3) any available drug counseling, rehabilitation, and employee assistance programs; and no later than five (5) days after such conviction. (4) the penalties that may be imposed upon an employee for drug violations. (c) Providing a copy of the statement required by subsection (a) to each employee engaged in the performance of the contract or grant and posting the statement in a prominent place in the workplace. (d) Notifying the contracting or granting agency within ten (10) days after receiving notice under part (B) of paragraph (3) of subsection (a) above from an employee or otherwise receiving actual notice of such conviction. (e) Imposing a sanction on, or requiring the satisfactory participation in a drug abuse assistance or rehabilitation program by, any employee who is so convicted, as required by Section 5 of the Drug-Free Workplace Act. (f) Assisting employees in selecting a course of action in the event drug counseling, treatment, and rehabilitation are required and indicating that a trained referral team is in place. (g) Making a good faith effort to continue to maintain a drug-free workplace through implementation of the Drug-Free Workplace Act. The undersigned affirms, under penalties of perjury, that he or she is authorized to execute this Certifications and Assurances, and Standard Terms of the Grant on behalf of the applicant. Name of Applicant By: Date Signature of Authorized Official Title Print Reset Form
  • 37. Attachment 9 Technology Immersion Pilot Project Program-Specific Terms of the Grant 1. Reporting: Each grantee will be required to submit a final project report by August 1, 2007, to the Illinois State Board of Education, Curriculum and Instruction Division. The report must state in detail the plan that was used within the school and the effect of the project on the school, to include at least the following information: • The academic progress of students who are participating in the pilot project, as measured by performance on assessment instruments. • If applicable, a comparison of student progress in a school or classroom that is participating in the pilot project as compared with student progress in the schools or classrooms in the district that are not participating in the pilot project. • Any elements of the pilot project that contribute to improved student performance on assessment instruments administered under Section 2-3.64 of this Code or any other assessment instrument required by the State Board. • Any cost savings and improved efficiency relating to school personnel and the maintenance of facilities. • Any effect on student dropout and attendance rates. • Any effect on student enrollment in higher education. • Any effect on teacher performance and retention. • Any improvement in communications among students, teachers, parents, and administrators. • Any improvement in parental involvement in the education of the parent's child. • Any effect on community involvement and support for the district or school. • Any increased student proficiency in technologies that will help prepare the student for becoming a member of the workforce. 2. Each grantee must submit the “Receipt of Equipment Notice” to the State Board of Education listing the equipment received within 10 days of delivery. 3. Inventory Control: Each grantee is required to maintain an inventory of any equipment received that costs $500 or more per unit. The inventory listing must be current and available for review and audit. A physical inventory of items must be taken and results reconciled with the inventory records at least once every two years. The following information must be included on the inventory: • Date of inventory, • Description of property, including manufacturer’s model number, • Manufacturer’s serial number or other identification number, • Identification of the funding source, • Acquisition date, • Place of purchase (company name), • Present location, • Condition of the property, • Unit cost. 4. A grantee shall not lose eligibility for Technology Immersion Pilot Project resources due solely to improvement in status of the schools served relative to Section 2-3.25d of the School Code (105 ILCS 5/2-3.25d).
  • 38. 5. Each grantee will be required to participate in any state-level evaluation conducted by the State Board of Education or its authorized representative and to submit the information as requested by the State Board of Education or its authorized representative. 6. The grantee shall allow each student, teacher and administrator participating in the project to retain the wireless laptop computer provided to him or her as long as the student is enrolled in the participating school or the teacher or administrator remains involved in the project. Upon successful completion of the project the equipment will remain the property of the school district. See page 30 of the State and Federal Grant Administration Policy And Fiscal Requirements and Procedures Handbook for more information. http://www.isbe.net/funding/pdf/fiscal_procedure_handbk.pdf 7. Each grantee shall adopt a policy addressing: • Students’ safety when using the Internet; and • Students use of, responsibility for and return of equipment and materials loaned under the program. Name of Applicant By: ___ Date Signature of Applicant Title 2