HCPSS MPIA Request #2023-082

Lucas Jolicoeur
Requested Information
SFY 2023 Local Application for Federal Funds (LAFF)
<Include Signed C-1-25 MSDE Budget Form and Budget Detail Form>
• SFY 2022 - SFY 2023 Comparative Staffing/Funding Data Form
• SFY 2023 Preschool Special Education & Related Services Budgeted Expenditures, (signed), if applicable
• SFY 2023 CCEIS Plan (signed), if applicable
• SFY 2023 Family Support Services, (signed)
• SFY 2023 LIR Plan (signed)
• SFY 2023 Consortia, (signed) if applicable

SFY 2023 Consolidated Local Implementation Grant (CLIG)
● CLIG Assurances
● Recipient Assurances (State Assurances)
● Federal Certifications Certificate signed by authorized representative
● Screenshot of valid SAM.gov registration, showing UEI
● General Education Provisions Act (GEPA), Section 427 Statement
● Designation of LLA, if applicable: the local governing authority of each jurisdiction shall appoint an agency to assume the responsibilities of the local lead agency (COMAR 13A.13.02.08A). The appointment may take the form of a letter, executive order, proclamation, or other methods of notification from the executive authority that designates the local lead agency.
● LLA Authorization: a copy of the documentation authorizing the LLA for the grant period is required ONLY if the LLA has changed from the previous SFY.
● Local Interagency Agreement that meets the provisions of this program; see the Local Interagency Agreement section of the Grant Information Guide for guidance.
● Assurance of Local Capacity
● LICC Review Statement
● LICC Membership Directory
● LITP policies and procedures
● Linking Funds to Program Improvement Chart
● A complete package of the budget documentation generated by the SFY 2023 CLIG Budget Submissions Workbook, including all required signatures; see the Required CLIG Budget Documents section in the Fiscal Requirements & Procedures section of the Grant Information Guide for guidance.
Date Received
Responsive Documents
FY23 Access, Equity, Progress (AEP) Plan / Local Implementation for Results (LIR). HCPSS must protect against the potential disclosures of personally identifiable information about students as required by both the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA), which restricts access to student records, and MPIA GP § 4-313, which prevents disclosure of school district records pertaining to individual students. In accordance, HCPSS follows the Maryland State Department of Education and the National Center for Education Statistics’ guidelines for protecting student privacy in public reporting and suppresses the following from responsive records (see also specific suppression techniques contained within the responsive record): populations that fall below 10; percentages that are less than or equal to 5, or greater than or equal to 95; categories directly related to specific student records; and/or information that can reasonably identify an individual student or reveals information from an individual student’s record or could do so when combined with other publicly accessible data.

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