The State Tutoring Grant can be found in the Grants Management System. This guide will assist your team as you complete the FY 20 State Tutoring Grant application.
Please review the 2019-2020 Announcement Letter. This contains critical information about all areas of the grant. The State Tutoring Grant can be found in the Grants Management System. The GME application is titled FY 2020- State Tutoring. Please include two additional files to your completed GME FY 20 State Tutoring application.
1. Grant Application Worksheet should be included in your completed GME application. This outlines your budget. Benefits for Tutors does not include medical. This is a critical piece in the State Tutoring budget.
Please plan on tutoring up to 16 weeks for the school year. Tutoring will not take place during spring break or for two weeks during AZM2 testing in April. Do not budget for more than 16 total weeks of tutoring.
2. District/School Contact List should be included in your completed GME application.
Both files are critical to a completed application.
On the grant application, in #4 – Please provide a short description of your project in one or two paragraphs.
You must include the benefits percentage rate and a description indicating that their benefits are without medical. State Tutoring applications will be rejected for revision until these items are correct.
State Tutoring grant applications must be completed in GME by November 22, 2019. This includes the Grant Application Worksheet and District/School Contact List.
The State Tutoring program is a competitive grant. All completed applications turned in by November 22, 2019 will be reviewed. Budgets will be reviewed based on prior State Tutoring fund awards if applicable.
Once the application and supporting documents have been submitted, the State Tutoring Team will review and process the application. All applicants will be notified by December 1st if they were approved and what budget was approved.