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Fiscal Year 2006 Title I Grants to Local Educational Agencies - IDAHO

LEA ID
1600030
1600060
1600090
1600150
1600180
1600240
1600270
1600300
1600330
1600360
1600930
1600420
1600450
1600480
1600490
1600510
1600540
1600570
1600630
1600660
1600690
1600720
1600750
1600780
1600810
1600840
1600870
1600900
1601020
1601050
1601080
1601110
1601140
1601170
1601200
1601230
1601260
1601290
1601320
1601380
1601410
1601440
1601470
1601500
1601530
1601570
1601590
1601620
1601650

District
ABERDEEN SCHOOL DISTRICT 58
AMERICAN FALLS JOINT SCHOOL DISTRICT 381
ARBON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DISTRICT 383
AVERY SCHOOL DISTRICT 394
BASIN SCHOOL DISTRICT 72
BEAR LAKE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT 33
BLACKFOOT SCHOOL DISTRICT 55
BLAINE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT 61
BLISS JOINT SCHOOL DISTRICT 234
BOISE CITY INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 1
BONNEVILLE JOINT SCHOOL DISTRICT 93
BOUNDARY COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT 101
BRUNEAU-GRAND VIEW JOINT SCHOOL DISTRICT 365
BUHL JOINT SCHOOL DISTRICT 412
BUTTE COUNTY JOINT SCHOOL DISTRICT 111
CALDWELL SCHOOL DISTRICT 132
CAMAS COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT 121
CAMBRIDGE JOINT SCHOOL DISTRICT 432
CASCADE SCHOOL DISTRICT 422
CASSIA COUNTY JOINT SCHOOL DISTRICT 151
CASTLEFORD SCHOOL DISTRICT 417
CHALLIS JOINT SCHOOL DISTRICT 181
CLARK COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT 161
COEUR D'ALENE SCHOOL DISTRICT 271
COTTONWOOD JOINT SCHOOL DISTRICT 242
COUNCIL SCHOOL DISTRICT 13
CULDESAC JOINT SCHOOL DISTRICT 342
DIETRICH SCHOOL DISTRICT 314
EMMETT INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 221
FILER SCHOOL DISTRICT 413
FIRTH SCHOOL DISTRICT 59
FREMONT COUNTY JOINT SCHOOL DISTRICT 215
FRUITLAND SCHOOL DISTRICT 373
GARDEN VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT 71
GENESEE JOINT SCHOOL DISTRICT 282
GLENNS FERRY JOINT SCHOOL DISTRICT 192
GOODING JOINT SCHOOL DISTRICT 231
GRACE JOINT SCHOOL DISTRICT 148
GRANGEVILLE JOINT SCHOOL DISTRICT 241
HAGERMAN JOINT SCHOOL DISTRICT 233
HANSEN SCHOOL DISTRICT 415
HIGHLAND JOINT SCHOOL DISTRICT 305
HOMEDALE JOINT SCHOOL DISTRICT 370
HORSESHOE BEND SCHOOL DISTRICT 73
IDAHO FALLS SCHOOL DISTRICT 91
JEFFERSON COUNTY JOINT SCHOOL DISTRICT 251
JEROME JOINT SCHOOL DISTRICT 261
KAMIAH JOINT SCHOOL DISTRICT 304
KELLOGG JOINT SCHOOL DISTRICT 391

FY 2006 Title I
Allocation*
201,379
354,602
652
17,086
77,879
167,748
1,018,201
223,459
13,858
4,809,912
996,838
442,093
170,927
264,312
115,176
2,369,502
11,203
55,952
86,608
982,668
80,936
114,341
56,359
1,163,922
57,792
52,938
29,715
86,109
566,713
185,297
109,352
503,013
313,140
62,732
40,888
199,722
314,970
97,247
417,372
24,350
126,569
38,315
321,029
67,698
1,523,881
415,538
600,420
105,654
364,835

Maximum Required
Expenditures For
Choice-Related
Transportation
And Supplemental
Educational Services**
40,276
70,920
130
3,417
15,576
33,550
203,640
44,692
2,772
961,982
199,368
88,419
34,185
52,862
23,035
473,900
2,241
11,190
17,322
196,534
16,187
22,868
11,272
232,784
11,558
10,588
5,943
17,222
113,343
37,059
21,870
100,603
62,628
12,546
8,178
39,944
62,994
19,449
83,474
4,870
25,314
7,663
64,206
13,540
304,776
83,108
120,084
21,131
72,967

Maximum Per-Child
Expenditure For
Supplemental
Educational Services***
1,157.35
1,261.93
217.40
1,220.45
1,081.65
975.28
1,207.83
971.56
1,259.85
1,232.36
1,021.35
1,228.04
1,304.79
1,110.55
1,238.45
1,265.08
1,018.47
1,332.18
1,202.88
1,174.04
1,156.22
1,411.62
1,408.98
1,075.71
1,050.76
1,150.83
1,100.56
2,050.22
1,245.52
1,046.88
976.36
1,270.23
1,138.69
1,230.04
950.89
1,248.26
1,259.88
1,185.94
1,175.70
1,432.36
1,253.16
1,094.72
1,249.14
1,167.21
1,056.05
968.62
1,137.16
1,123.98
1,232.55

Fiscal Year 2006 Title I Grants to Local Educational Agencies - IDAHO

LEA ID
1601680
1601710
1601740
1601770
1600002
1601800
1601830
1601860
1601900
1601920
1601950
1601980
1602030
1602060
1602070
1602100
1602130
1602160
1602190
1602220
1602250
1602280
1602310
1602340
1602370
1602400
1602430
1602460
1602490
1602520
1602550
1602580
1602610
1600815
1602640
1602670
1602700
1602730
1600960
1602760
1602790
1602820
1602850
1602910
1602940
1602970
1603000
1603030
1603060

District
KENDRICK JOINT SCHOOL DISTRICT 283
KIMBERLY SCHOOL DISTRICT 414
KOOTENAI JOINT SCHOOL DISTRICT 274
KUNA JOINT SCHOOL DISTRICT 3
LAKE PEND OREILLE SCHOOL DISTRICT 84
LAKELAND JOINT SCHOOL DISTRICT 272
LAPWAI SCHOOL DISTRICT 341
LEWISTON INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 340
MACKAY JOINT SCHOOL DISTRICT 182
MADISON SCHOOL DISTRICT 321
MARSH VALLEY JOINT SCHOOL DISTRICT 21
MARSING JOINT SCHOOL DISTRICT 363
MCCALL-DONNELLY JOINT SCHOOL DISTRICT 421
MEADOWS VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT 11
MELBA JOINT SCHOOL DISTRICT 136
MERIDIAN JOINT SCHOOL DISTRICT 2
MIDDLETON SCHOOL DISTRICT 134
MIDVALE SCHOOL DISTRICT 433
MINIDOKA COUNTY JOINT SCHOOL DISTRICT 331
MOSCOW SCHOOL DISTRICT 281
MOUNTAIN HOME SCHOOL DISTRICT 193
MULLAN SCHOOL DISTRICT 392
MURTAUGH JOINT SCHOOL DISTRICT 418
NAMPA SCHOOL DISTRICT 131
NEW PLYMOUTH SCHOOL DISTRICT 372
NEZPERCE JOINT SCHOOL DISTRICT 302
NORTH GEM SCHOOL DISTRICT 149
NOTUS SCHOOL DISTRICT 135
ONEIDA COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT 351
OROFINO JOINT SCHOOL DISTRICT 171
PARMA SCHOOL DISTRICT 137
PAYETTE JOINT SCHOOL DISTRICT 371
PLEASANT VALLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DISTRICT 364
PLUMMER/WORLEY JOINT SCHOOL DISTRICT 44
POCATELLO SCHOOL DISTRICT 25
POST FALLS SCHOOL DISTRICT 273
POTLATCH SCHOOL DISTRICT 285
PRAIRIE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DISTRICT 191
PRESTON JOINT SCHOOL DISTRICT 201
RICHFIELD SCHOOL DISTRICT 316
RIRIE JOINT SCHOOL DISTRICT 252
ROCKLAND SCHOOL DISTRICT 382
SALMON SCHOOL DISTRICT 291
SHELLEY JOINT SCHOOL DISTRICT 60
SHOSHONE JOINT SCHOOL DISTRICT 312
SNAKE RIVER SCHOOL DISTRICT 52
SODA SPRINGS JOINT SCHOOL DISTRICT 150
SOUTH LEMHI SCHOOL DISTRICT 292
ST. MARIES JOINT SCHOOL DISTRICT 41

FY 2006 Title I
Allocation*
65,802
94,138
61,632
621,473
940,978
674,139
147,549
811,423
37,574
546,761
221,069
193,907
103,145
41,181
125,337
1,950,000
388,788
42,503
815,834
243,427
586,840
31,338
61,942
2,145,267
170,009
29,216
37,641
78,740
99,843
240,153
302,601
367,714
1,078
165,218
2,495,465
884,779
88,433
0
188,276
30,667
108,118
19,112
204,245
162,602
57,053
205,392
79,875
55,476
183,316

Maximum Required
Expenditures For
Choice-Related
Transportation
And Supplemental
Educational Services**
13,160
18,828
12,326
124,295
188,196
134,828
29,510
162,285
7,515
109,352
44,214
38,781
20,629
8,236
25,067
390,000
77,758
8,501
163,167
48,685
117,368
6,268
12,388
429,053
34,002
5,843
7,528
15,748
19,969
48,031
60,520
73,543
216
33,044
499,093
176,956
17,687
0
37,655
6,133
21,624
3,822
40,849
32,520
11,411
41,078
15,975
11,095
36,663

Maximum Per-Child
Expenditure For
Supplemental
Educational Services***
1,196.39
1,069.75
1,208.46
1,190.56
1,129.63
1,056.64
1,171.03
1,223.87
1,341.94
950.89
1,052.71
1,480.20
1,257.86
1,211.20
1,129.16
1,133.72
1,068.10
1,328.22
1,228.67
965.98
1,059.28
1,119.21
1,147.07
1,183.92
1,125.89
1,043.45
1,140.64
1,193.03
998.43
1,132.80
1,191.34
1,110.92
269.60
1,214.84
1,254.63
1,128.54
961.22
0.00
990.93
1,533.33
1,162.56
1,124.26
1,134.70
962.14
983.68
964.28
1,011.07
1,422.47
1,160.23

Fiscal Year 2006 Title I Grants to Local Educational Agencies - IDAHO

LEA ID
1603090
1603120
1603180
1603210
1600009
1603240
1603270
1600600
1603300
1603330
1603360
1600001
1603400
1603420
1600010
1603480
1699998
1699999

District
SUGAR-SALEM JOINT SCHOOL DISTRICT 322
SWAN VALLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DISTRICT 92
TETON COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT 401
THREE CREEK JOINT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DISTRICT 416
TROY SCHOOL DISTRICT 287
TWIN FALLS SCHOOL DISTRICT 411
VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT 262
VALLIVUE SCHOOL DISTRICT 139
WALLACE SCHOOL DISTRICT 393
WEISER SCHOOL DISTRICT 431
WENDELL SCHOOL DISTRICT 232
WEST BONNER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT 83
WEST JEFFERSON SCHOOL DISTRICT 253
WEST SIDE JOINT SCHOOL DISTRICT 202
WHITEPINE JOINT SCHOOL DISTRICT 288
WILDER SCHOOL DISTRICT 133
Undistributed
PART D SUBPART 2

FY 2006 Title I
Allocation*
96,991
12,362
223,990
1,064
39,162
1,382,030
123,091
449,770
152,774
284,863
225,951
364,784
221,515
169,377
85,738
352,935
0
563,078

Maximum Required
Expenditures For
Choice-Related
Transportation
And Supplemental
Educational Services**

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

19,398
2,472
44,798
213
7,832
276,406
24,618
89,954
30,555
56,973
45,190
72,957
44,303
33,875
17,148
70,587
0
112,616

* 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 2006 for school improvement activities. These adjustments will reduce the actual amounts available
under all three columns of the table.
** 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.

989.70
950.89
1,251.34
531.87
1,186.73
1,221.95
1,108.93
961.05
1,262.59
1,130.41
1,255.28
1,253.55
1,334.43
1,227.37
1,242.57
1,400.54
0.00
0.00

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