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  1. EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN SPECIAL FUNDING PROGRAMS Tracy A. Riddle, Special Projects Consultant Behavioral Support & Special Programs SectionExceptional Children Division

  2. Exceptional Children Special Funding Programs • Special State Reserve (SSRF) – PRC 63 & PRC 36 • Risk Pool Funding (RP) – PRC 114 • Out-of District Placement (OOD) – PRC 60 • Developmental Day Center (DDC) – PRC 63 • Community Residential Center (CRC) – PRC 63 • Group /Foster Home (GFH) – PRC 60 & PRC 32

  3. http://www.flickr.com/photos/twcollins/751221191/

  4. Special State Reserve Funds PRC 63 and PRC 36

  5. Special State Reserve Funds PRC 63 and PRC 36 • For students with disabilities who are newly enrolled in an LEA with high needs • These funds are intended to assist LEAs and charter schools with unexpected situations • Any student that received Average Daily Membership (ADM), Federal IDEA, Part B, 611/619 or State Exceptional Children Funds the previous school year is not eligible to receive Special State Reserve Funds

  6. Special State Reserve Funds PRC 63 and PRC 36 • These funds are student specific and any unused funds must be returned to DPI - Unused funds cannot be used on other students • An End-of-Year Update is required from all LEAs receiving Special State Reserve funding

  7. Special State Reserve Funds PRC 63 and PRC 36 As of June 30, 2013 • Total Special State Reserve Fund allotments • Total number of students served • Total number of LEAs served $3,944,586.00 166 71

  8. Special State Reserve Funds PRC 63 and PRC 36 As of June 30, 2013 • Total Special State Reserve Fund allotments for Charter Schools • Total number of children served • Total number of LEAs served 22 $ 947,590.00 40

  9. Special State Reserve Funds PRC 63 and PRC 36 As of November 1, 2013 • Total Special State Reserve Fund allotments for Charter Schools • Total number of children served • Total number of LEAs served 31 $1, 046,917.00 45

  10. Risk Pool Funds – PRC 114

  11. Risk Pool Funds – PRC 114 • Risk Pool funds were created to provide assistance to children with disabilities with extraordinary needs • Funds are often requested for medically fragile children and children in need of additional staff to provide 1:1 assistance for activities of daily living • Reasonable requests for equipment/materials needed for activities of daily living or assistive technology may also be included

  12. Risk Pool Funds – PRC 114 • LEAs can apply for Risk Pool funds for a specific student for up to five (5) years • The deadline to receive applications for Risk Pool Funds is September 15 • To be eligible for funding consideration, a child must have special education and related services costs that exceed $25,308a year and have a minimum rubric score of eight (8) • An End-of-Year Update is required from all LEAs receiving Risk Pool Funding

  13. Risk Pool Funds – PRC 114 As of June 30, 2013 • Total Risk Pool allotments • Total number of students served • Total number of LEAs served $9,804,391.78 290 74

  14. Risk Pool Funds – PRC 114 As of June 30, 2013 • Total Risk Pool allotments for Charter Schools • Total number of students served • Total number of LEAs served $ 258,333.03 8 7

  15. Risk Pool Funds – PRC 114 As of November 1, 2013 • Total Risk Pool allotments for Charter Schools • Total number of students served • Total number of LEAs served $ 375,285.08 14 11

  16. Out-of-District Funds(OOD) PRC 60

  17. Out-of-District Funds(OOD) PRC 60 • Serves children 3 through 21 requiring alternative special education placements in school districts other than the local education agency where parents have legal residence • Funds special education and related services (i.e., teaching positions, O.T., P.T., Speech) • Funds the excess cost of placement of a child in a program not operated by the LEA

  18. Out-of-District Funds(OOD) PRC 60 • The per child reimbursement is based on half of the cost of the education placement including residential and extended school year services plus deductions for average daily membership, state aid for exceptional children and federal aid for exceptional children • Applications are due30 days after the placement has occurred

  19. Out-of-District Funds(OOD) PRC 60 As of June 30, 2013 • Total Out-of-District projected allocations • Total number of students served • Total number of LEAs served $262,380.50 5 4

  20. Development Day FundsPRC 063

  21. Developmental Day Center (DDC) PRC 63 • Serves children 3 through 21 in a Developmental Day Center (DDC) approved by North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS)/Division of Child Development Early Education(DCDEE) (As of July 1, 2011) • Funds special education and related services (i.e., teaching positions, O.T., P.T., Speech) • $50.00/year may be used for educational supplies, materials and equipment • No more than 10% of the approved state rate may be used by the DDC for administrative purposes (i.e., office personnel, supplies, and materials)

  22. Developmental Day Center (DDC) PRC 63 As of June 30, 2013 • Total Developmental Day allotments • Total number of students served • Total number of LEAs served $19,998,653.00 2110 55

  23. Community Residential Center PRC 063

  24. Community Residential Center (CRC) PRC 63 • Serves children 3 through 21 in an approved Community Residential Center (CRC) place through the Local Management Entity (LME)/Managed Care Organization (MCO) • Funds special education and related services (i.e., teaching positions, O.T., P.T., Speech) • Funds are provided for the ten-month school year and two-month extended school year

  25. LEAs that Contract With Community Residential Centers • Buncombe County Schools • Craven County Schools • Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools • Gaston County Schools • Lenoir County Schools • Charlotte-Mecklenburg County Schools • Pitt County Schools • Wake County Schools • Wayne County Schools

  26. Community Residential Centers (CRC) PRC 63 As of June 30, 2013 • Total Community Residential Center allotments • Total number of students served • Total number of LEAs served $2,880,042.00 182 9

  27. Group Home/Foster Home (GFH) PRC 60 and PRC 32

  28. Group Home/Foster Home (GFH) PRC 60 and PRC 32 • Serves children 3 through 21 placed in a Group/Foster Home (GFH) licensed by NCDHHS • Funds special education and related services (i.e., teaching positions, O.T., P.T., Speech) • Funds are provided for initial year of placement only • Child count funds - may be used on other children after the child that generated the funds has been served

  29. Group Home/Foster Home (GFH) PRC 60 and PRC 32 As of June 30, 2013 • Total Group Home/Foster Home allotments • Total number of students served • Total number of LEAs served $2,147,408.40 244 30

  30. QUESTIONS? http://www.flickr.com/photos/twcollins/751221191/

  31. Contact Information Tracy A. Riddle, Special Projects Consultant Behavioral Support & Special Programs SectionExceptional Children Divisiontracy.riddle@dpi.nc.gov 919-807-3995 (voice)919-807-3243 (fax)