Fiscal Year 2007 Title I Grants to Local Educational Agencies - UTAH

Maximum Required Expenditures For Choice-Related Transportation And Supplemental Educational Services** 990,755 24,588 167,232 188,686 115,655 0 921,840 116,809 53,302 17,538 55,060 2,090,501 256,053 996,688 35,936 21,493 205,274 61,211 10,750 106,947 452,220 55,881 17,366 649,955 36,795 12,809 598,141 7,565 1,580,800 217,657 96,115 74,256 12,552 9,189 179,829 157,765 52,614 577,726 20,442 393,389 0 0

LEA ID 4900030 4900060 4900090 4900120 4900150 4900180 4900210 4900240 4900270 4900300 4900330 4900360 4900390 4900420 4900450 4900480 4900510 4900540 4900570 4900600 4900630 4900660 4900690 4900720 4900750 4900780 4900810 4900840 4900870 4900900 4900930 4900960 4900990 4901020 4901050 4901080 4901110 4901140 4901170 4901200 4999998 4999999

District ALPINE SCHOOL DISTRICT BEAVER SCHOOL DISTRICT BOX ELDER SCHOOL DISTRICT CACHE SCHOOL DISTRICT CARBON SCHOOL DISTRICT DAGGETT SCHOOL DISTRICT DAVIS SCHOOL DISTRICT DUCHESNE SCHOOL DISTRICT EMERY SCHOOL DISTRICT GARFIELD SCHOOL DISTRICT GRAND SCHOOL DISTRICT GRANITE SCHOOL DISTRICT IRON SCHOOL DISTRICT JORDAN SCHOOL DISTRICT JUAB SCHOOL DISTRICT KANE SCHOOL DISTRICT LOGAN SCHOOL DISTRICT MILLARD SCHOOL DISTRICT MORGAN SCHOOL DISTRICT MURRAY SCHOOL DISTRICT NEBO SCHOOL DISTRICT NORTH SANPETE SCHOOL DISTRICT NORTH SUMMIT SCHOOL DISTRICT OGDEN SCHOOL DISTRICT PARK CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT PIUTE SCHOOL DISTRICT PROVO SCHOOL DISTRICT RICH SCHOOL DISTRICT SALT LAKE CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT SAN JUAN SCHOOL DISTRICT SEVIER SCHOOL DISTRICT SOUTH SANPETE SCHOOL DISTRICT SOUTH SUMMIT SCHOOL DISTRICT TINTIC SCHOOL DISTRICT TOOELE SCHOOL DISTRICT UINTAH SCHOOL DISTRICT WASATCH SCHOOL DISTRICT WASHINGTON SCHOOL DISTRICT WAYNE SCHOOL DISTRICT WEBER SCHOOL DISTRICT Undistributed PART D SUBPART 2

FY 2007 Title I Allocation* 4,953,773 122,938 836,158 943,430 578,276 0 4,609,202 584,046 266,509 87,690 275,302 10,452,505 1,280,263 4,983,438 179,678 107,463 1,026,368 306,055 53,752 534,737 2,261,100 279,404 86,830 3,249,775 183,977 64,046 2,990,703 37,827 7,903,998 1,088,284 480,575 371,280 62,758 45,943 899,143 788,824 263,070 2,888,630 102,212 1,966,947 0 0

Maximum Per-Child Expenditure For Supplemental Educational Services*** 1,081.85 871.90 921.89 933.17 1,093.15 0.00 1,063.25 1,163.44 912.70 859.71 1,075.40 1,288.84 1,097.06 1,104.98 880.78 859.71 1,050.53 859.71 655.51 876.62 993.89 875.88 868.30 1,157.74 859.71 1,455.60 1,153.82 859.71 1,243.35 1,163.94 864.34 1,048.81 859.71 1,020.96 914.69 1,037.93 865.36 1,009.66 1,400.16 977.12 0.00 0.00

* Actual amounts received by LEAs will be smaller than shown here due to State-level adjustments to Federal Title I allocations. States adjust allocations, for example, to reflect LEA boundary changes or the creation of new LEAs, including charter school LEAs, that are not accounted for in the statutory calculations. States also are permitted to reserve up to 1 percent of allocations for administration and generally must reserve 4 percent in fiscal year 2007 for school improvement activities. These adjustments will reduce the actual amounts available under all three columns of the table.

Fiscal Year 2007 Title I Grants to Local Educational Agencies - UTAH
Maximum Required Expenditures For Choice-Related Transportation And Supplemental Educational Services**

LEA ID

District

FY 2007 Title I Allocation*

Maximum Per-Child Expenditure For Supplemental Educational Services***

** An LEA must use up to an amount equal to 20 percent of its Title I, Part A allocation (the “20-percent reservation”) received from the State to cover choice-related transportation costs for students who exercise a choice option and to pay for supplemental educational services for students whose parents request such services. The 20-percent reservation may include Title I, Part A funds or funding from other Federal, State, local, and private sources. The amount shown in this column is the Department’s estimate of the amount that affected LEAs - those with schools identified for improvement, corrective action, or restructuring - may have to spend to meet this requirement. Actual expenditures will depend on such factors as the number of students exercising a choice option or receiving supplemental educational services and the costs of satisfying these requests. An LEA has discretion to determine the allocation of these funds between choice-related transportation and supplemental educational services, except that it must spend at least one-quarter of the 20-percent reservation - or an amount equal to 5 percent of its Title I, Part A allocation - on each activity if there is demand for both from students and their parents. *** An LEA that must arrange for supplemental educational services is required to pay, for each child receiving services, the lesser of the actual cost of the services or an amount equal to the LEA’s Title I, Part A allocation received from the State divided by the number of poor students in the LEA, as determined by estimates produced by the US Bureau of the Census. Thus the amount shown in this column reflects the statutory “cap” on per-child expenditures for supplemental educational services.

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