Instructions: Please complete this budget with the support of your business office.

         List funding amounts that contribute to this project in the “ In-Kind Funding” column. Please notify us if you need a template with additional line item rows.
1st Round
Award 9/1/13-
8/31/14
Expenditures to
Date
Projected Balance
at Project End
(8/31/14 or 8/31/15)
In Kind Funding
souces listed in
original application
9/1/14-8/31/15
New Request
9/1/14-8/15/15
In Kind Funding
Sources for new
request 9/1/14-
8/15/13
Total New
Request + In Kind
funding for new
request
Description of Expenditure. Please describe in detail.
SALARIES,EXTRA PAY,RELEASES $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 SALARIES,EXTRA PAY,RELEASES
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
FRINGE BENEFITS FOR PERSONNEL LISTED
ABOVE
$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0
$0
FRINGE BENEFITS FOR PERSONNEL LISTED ABOVE
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
TRAVEL $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 TRAVEL
$0
$0
$0
EQUIPMENT if > $5000 (otherwise list in supply
category)
$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0
$0
EQUIPMENT if > $5000 (otherwise list in supply category)
$0
$0
SUPPLIES $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 SUPPLIES
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
CONTRACTUAL $223,455 $111,705 $0 $0 $353,635 $239,024 $592,659 CONTRACTUAL
RTT-D PROJECT P1 Attachment 3: Annotated Budget and Budget Narrative for CONTINUING PROJECT
District: Applicant Name Here
·      Complete one Annotated Budget Template in Excel to plan and implement the proposed project. The annotated budget should tie directly to the services you plan to provide and the number of students you plan to impact.
·        If applying jointly, specify individual district funds where appropriate.
·          Complete this template by showing how you would invest Project 1 Teaching and Leading funds. For example, if you are going to budget a portion of the funds for a salaried position, please include the dollar amount, as well as a description of the responsibilities of that person.
Program: Description of Project Here
NOTE: RTT-D funding must comply with Federal procurement procedures unless state or district requirements are more strict (e.g., sealed bid, sole source, adequate number of bids).
ONE YEAR FOR CONTINUING PROJECTS BUDGET EXTENSION
PERSONNEL - List Position Names, Roles, and salary/benefits allocated to Project1 for Teaching and Leading . Note: Grant may support project management and data collection costs.
ROUND ONE INFORMATION REQUEST FOR CONTINUING FUNDS
ONE YEAR FOR CONTINUING PROJECTS BUDGET EXTENSION
Salary/Wages Project Director & program staff $61,450 $31,375 $104,331 $30,601 $134,932
The entire STR program involves placing 35 residents in 6 to
7 Title I schools in 2014-15. However, only the costs of
supporting the 15 Residents we intend to place in in the 3
RTT high-need schools are included in the TOTAL column
(column J). The amounts in column J amount to 42.5% of the
entire STR program's costs (since 15 of the 35 STR
residents, mentors and students are placed in the 3 RTTT
high-need schools). The salary amount reflected in column H
("New Request") is 77% of the staffing costs related to
serving the 3 RTT high-need schools. This line is for that
share of the salaries of the Program Director (1.0 fte),
Recruiter (1.0 fte), Field Director (1.0 fte), Curriculum Coord
(.5 fte), Induction Coord (.25 fte), Site Directors (2x.25fte),
Program Evaluators, Research, Analysis (.5fte). The costs
beyond those for which we are requesting RTTT dollars will
be borne by other partners.
Salary/Wages Project Director-other administrative
$8,461 $3,900 $4,929 $4,929
Pro rata share of the time spent on STR by AFE Management
and Admin staff (includes a portion of the time of the CEO
(.05 fte), Communications/Outreach (.05fte) and prog admin
support (.05fte). No RTTT dollars requested.
Employee Benefits
$17,478 $9,836 $31,299 $10,659 $41,958
Benefits (Med/Dent, 401k) and Payroll Taxes (FICA, L&I, etc)
at 30% of Program and Program-Admin salaries
Purchased Instructional Services (consultants & Contracts)
$7,776 $0 $4,000 $14,875 $14,875
Costs of PD for 15 mentors, instructional coaches; & related
materials at 3 RTTT high-need schools. No RTTT dollars
requested.
Membership/Technical Assistance $7,690 $4,800 -$2,000 $4,250 $4,250
Pro rata share of annual STR membership fee in UTRU. No
RTTT dollars requested.
Teacher Stipends - residents $99,000 $45,430 $0 $191,663 $55,837 $247,500
15 residents @ $16.5k/year/resident (5 at each of 3 schools
(Hawthorne, Madrona & Concord). The amount of RTT
dollars requested is 77% of the total cost of stipends for the
Residents at the 3 RTT high-need schools.
Teacher Stipends - mentors $21,600 $14,364 $0 $52,500 $52,500
15 mentors @ $3.5k/yr/mentor: 5 at each of the 3 RTTT high-
need schools. No RTTT dollars requested.
Substitutes $30,000 $30,000
$2k/year for substitutes for 15 mentor teachers at 3 RTTT
high-need schools to attend monthly program meetings. No
RTTT dollars requested.
Occupancy (Facilities, Phones, IT, Payroll support, etc) $26,342 $26,648 $52,990
Facilities, Phones, IT, Payroll and HR services required by
STR staff in support of the project, based on STR fte staff
allocations. RTT dollars requested are capped at 8% of the
total RTTT contractual services request.
Facilitators for Instructional Support $2,125 $2,125
Pro rata share of Facilitator fees to support SPS teacher
participation in 10 studio learning days with mentor teachers
and STR staff. Studio days leverage program impact by
sharing learnings across SPS schools. No RTTT dollars
requested.
Program Meetings (Residents & Mentors) $3,800 $3,800
Meeting facilities, food/beverage for meetings for mentor &
resident at 3 schools (Hawthorne, Madrona & Concord)
throughout the program year. No RTTT dollars requested.
Staff Instructional Training (Conferences, Travel) $1,500 $1,500
Conferences, training & related travel for STR Program Staff
No RTTT dollars requested.
Miscellaneous $0 $2,000 -$2,000 $1,300 $1,300
Instructional materials, printing, office supplies - pro rata
portion. No RTTT dollars requested.
OTHER $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 OTHER
$0
$0
$0
$0
$2,000 $1,000 $0 $0 $2,000 $0 $2,000
Indirect on Contracts over $25,000 $2,000 $1,000 $0 $2,000 $2,000
Indirect on all other amts (expcept equip) $0
$0
TOTAL ONE YEAR BUDGET : $225,455 $112,705 $0 $0 $355,635 $239,024 $594,659
DISTRICT INDIRECT 8% MAX. Exceptions: no indirect on equipment. Individual contracts limited to 8% on first $25,000
ITEM
2013-14
STR Budget
(25 Res @ 5 Schools)
Budget Apprvd by ESD
Revenue $225,455
Contract/Subgrant Expenses
Salary/Wages Project Director & program staff $256,042 $61,450
Salary/Wages-Mgmnt & Admin (AFE CEO, CFO,
Grant Director)
$35,256 $8,461
Employee Benefits $72,825 $17,478
Professional Development (PD); Instructional Services
& Materials
$15,000 $3,600
Membership/Technical Assistance $40,000 $9,600
Teacher Stipends-Residents $412,500 $99,000
Teacher Stipends-Mentors $90,000 $21,000
Substitutes $40,000 $0
Events & Meeting Expense $3,200 $768
Airfare, Lodging, Meals $10,300 $2,098
Amended RTTT-P1 Budget for Seattle Teacher Residency Project
Seattle Public Schools, a founding partner in STR, intends to use this grant to fund a
contract with the Alliance for Education which has been providing a home for the
project since formal planning began in 2011.
Local Travel $1,000 $0
Miscellaneous Expenses $1,000 $0
Indirect** $257,652 $2,000
Total Expenses $1,234,774 $225,455
To reallocate to round 2 $0
DESCRIPTION
PSESD P-1
Since 6 of the 25 STR residents,
mentors & students are in the 2 RTTT
high-need schools, a 24% pro rata rate
is applied to most costs; this line is for
a share of the salaries of the STR
Director, Field Director, Curriculum
Director, and Recruiter).
24% of the time spent by AFE
management on STR (includes a
portion of the time of the CEO, CFO,
and Grants Director)
Benefits are approximately 25% of
gross salaries.
24% of costs of PD for staff, mentors,
instructional coaches; conf fees (e.g.,
AERA); books & related materials for
residents & mentors
24% of year two fee for UTRU*
institutes & technical assistance
6 residents @ 16,500: 3 @ Hawthorne
& 3 @ Madrona (the RTT high-need
schools)
6 Mentors @ 3500 (3 @ Hawthorne &
3 @ Madrona)
Mentors attend facilitated PLCs 1 full
day/ month - Covered by SPS
24% of per diem facility rental &
hospitality for local trainings, resident
retreats, stakeholder meetings, etc.
Approx 20% of travel &
accommodations costs related to
UTRU Institutes, out of town
conferences, and participation in the
Data Literacy Initiative **
Amended RTTT-P1 Budget for Seattle Teacher Residency Project
Seattle Public Schools, a founding partner in STR, intends to use this grant to fund a
contract with the Alliance for Education which has been providing a home for the
project since formal planning began in 2011.
Mileage & Parking
Unforeseen expenses/contingency
Individual contracts limited to 8% on
first $25,000***

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