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Latest update: 09-08-14

This web site is designed to facilitate consultation under both the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), known in its latest reauthorization as No Child Left Behind (NCLB) and the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act (IDEA) and to provide information about the ESEA and IDEIA programs in general and about Milwaukee Public School (MPS) programs in particular.



Next Quarterly ESEA and IDEA Title Program Consultation Meeting

Milwaukee Public Schools Central Services Building-Auditorium, 5225 W. Vliet Street., Milwaukee, WI

September 09, 2014 - 8:30 AM - 10:30 AM

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1. Affirmation of Consultation - This document provides or updates school contact information for local and state school databases and allows non-public schools to request Title program participation for the coming school year. Applications for Title program participation must be submitted each year. This document must be signed by a private school representative, and returned to the Title I office.

2. Enrollment Summary - This information provides enrollment information that allows MPS to calculate ESEA funds to be reserved for non-public schools and generate individual school allocations. It also assists in compiling Milwaukee student census data. This document must be signed by a private school representative. Enrollment counts must be done for students enrolled on September 19, 2014. The information can not be submitted before then.

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3. Student Information - Names, addresses, phone numbers, birth dates, grades, parent/guardian names, and checks to tell which students live outside the City of Milwaukee or were 5 years to 17 years on the count date for all students counted in the school Enrollment Summary must be provided to document numbers submitted. The Excel form attached may be used to facilitate submission, but schools may use any universally recognized spreadsheet format that provides the required information.


Items 1 and 2 above are to be submitted via mail or hand delivery to:  MPS Attn: Room 2, #1, 5225 W. Vliet Street, Milwaukee, WI 53208
Item 3 is to be sent as an excel spreadsheet via e-mail only to:  title2requests@milwaukee.k12.wi.us


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    

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List of schools that received the 11/08/12 certified Affirmation of Consultation mailing

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Family income survey template

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Affirmation of Consultation Cover Letter



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Frequently Asked Suhttp://www2.milwaukee.k12.wi.us/title_i/Web_Pages/minutes.htmrvey Questions and Answers document




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Calendar for Milwaukee Non-public school Title programs - last update 08-11-14

IDEA
Non-public Schools Attending Consultations 2012-2013
MinutesLive

Consultation Minutes, Notices, Agendas, and Selected Handouts, Milwaukee Non-public School Title Program 2-10-04 to 06-03-2014

Contacts
RISAC (Religious Independent School Advisory Committee)
Meeting Minutes
Vendor Invoices

Vendor Invoices: Starting Dec. 2011






Milwaukee
Forms, Resources and Information for Non-public School Title Program Requests .

  1. New and updated Travel Policies and Procedures Manual.
  2. Title II Documentation Checklist (Use this document as a reference to ensure that all required documentation is submitted with the Title II invoices.)
  3. Title I & II Pre-approval form.
  4. Allocations Tracking Document (Essential for local school tracking of requests for expenditures)
  5. Inventory Template (Maintenance of a local inventory of Title program materials is a prerequisite for participation)
  6. Examples of acceptable proofs of payment for university course work (have required connection between specific course, cost, and payment made by individual to be reimbursed).
  7. Worksheet & instructions for keeping track of reimbursements for travel related professional development
  8. Checklist telling what documentation may be needed to get Title program reimbursement for expenditures for professional development .
  9. Current per diem allowed for authorized, documented travel to other cities. Updated 8/06/14 (Per diem amounts are periodically adjusted. Reimbursements will not exceed amount allowed at time of trip.)
  10. Current mileage allowance authorized for car travel to other cities. Updated 08/06/14 (Amounts fluctuate with energy prices. Car travel reimbursements will not exceed amount allowable at time of trip.)
  11. Title Program Expenditure Evaluation Form (A word document that allows provision of feedback related to particular Title program expenditures.)
  12. Confirmation of Secular Workshop Participation (The form to confirm participation in secular workshops while at a religious conference.)
  13. Professional Development Questions (to be answered only per MPS request)
  14. Title II Professional Development Sign-In Sheet
  15. Sample Contract(This document serves a template that can be used to create an invoice or a contract for independent contractors/presenters.)
  16. Indemnity Statement (This document can be used to create a statement authorizing third party reimbursement.) 
  17. Questions to consider in determining the allowability of a Title IIA expenditure.
  18. Watch a "Mediasite" audio visual presentation on the use of these documents:
    1. Click this link: MediaSite Logo
    2. Click - Professional Development
    3. Click - View: Milwaukee Non-public School use of ESEA Title Programs

Other documents of interest to non-public school Title Program participants:

  1. No Child Left Behind Act: Benefits to Private School Students and Teachers. A 17 page booklet about Non-public school participation in Title Programs.
  2. Department of Education Guidance: Excerpts- Participation of Children Enrolled in Private, Nonprofit Schools
  3. Non-public Title Program Overview: from the U.S. Department of Education - Office of Non-public Education
  4. NCLB non-public school PowerPoint
  5. Title IA, IIA and IIIA Allocation Information for Milwaukee Private Schools: 
    1. 2014-15 Preliminary Estimated Title IA Allocations
    2. 2014-15 Preliminary Estimated Title II Allocations
    3. 2013-14 Final Final Allocations 02-19-14
    4. 2013-14 Preliminary Estimated Allocations 06-03-13
    5. 2013-14 Final Title II Allocations 02-19-14
    6. 2013-14 Preliminary Estimated Title II Allocations
    7. 2012-2013 Final Allocations
    8. 2012-2013 Pending Title IA 11/19/12
    9. 2012-2013 NP Title IIA Allocations
    10. 2012-2013 NP Title III Allocations
    11. Title II Balances  01-31-14
    12. 2011-2012 Final NP Title I, II, III
    13. Allocations 01-27-12
    14. 2011-12 Preliminary Title I Revised 6-14-11
  6. Service Provider Invoices 2012-13
    1. Catapult June 2014 Invoice
    2. Learn It June 2014 Invoice
    3. LEX June 2014 Invoice
    4. NESI June 2014 Invoice
    5. NESI Partnership June 2014 Invoice
    6. Catapult May 2014 Invoice
    7. Learn It May 2014 Invoice
    8. LEX May 2014 Invoice
    9. NESI May 2014 Invoice
    10. NESI Partnership May 2014 Invoice
    11. Catapult April 2014 Invoice
    12. Learn It April 2014 Invoice
    13. LEX April 2014 Invoice
    14. NESI April 2014 Invoice
    15. NESI Partnership April 2014 Invoice
  7. Affirmation Count Preliminary Data for 2013-2014
    1. School Level Summary for 2013-2014 Affirmations
  8. Title II Professional Development Plans
    1. Survey
    2. Title II Professional Development Plan
  9. Professional Development and Parental Involvement Catalogs
    1. Professional Development Catalog
    2. Parental Involvement Catalog
  10. MAP Documents
    1. Accessing and Using Goal Setting Worksheets
    2. Accessing Student Progress Reports
    3. Sample Letter for Title I






Service Provider Information

Contact Information: Updated 9/9/11

The Milwaukee Title Ia private school service provider selection period for 2014-2015 services will be held from February 10 - March 10, 2014.

All Title Ia schools must participate in the districts annual private school selection period, as we are entering into a new contract period.

Click this link for the document: MilNPServProvSelForm11.doc. Title Ia service providers will only contact private schools to offer information about Title Ia services through them, if those schools will be new to Title Ia in 2014-2015. If currently participating schools would like to consider another service provider, they should contact that provider. The vendor fair was held at the Milwaukee Public Schools Central Services office on Tuesday, February 11, 2014.

What are Title IA service providers required to do? Request for Proposal and Contract templates now available for review:
Title I Service Provider Program Summaries and Web Sites




Information for Non-public School Title IA Parents
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Milwaukee Non-public Schools Use of Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) Title IIA Funds

Non-public School Title Program Preliminary Allocation Information for 2014-15 was mailed to participating non-public schools on June 2, 2014.

Due Dates

September 15 - October 9, 2014 Fall Map Testing. 

September 19, 2014 Student Count Date.  School Sites must count all students in attendance on this date.  Count information must be added to Affirmation Form and Enrollment Spreadsheet.

September 22, 2014
Title Program Training:  Milwaukee non-public school participation in Title IA programs; Eligibility, parental involvement, professional development, decision making, ownership of materials, communication and more...
10:00am to 12:00pm (Regular)  and  2:00pm to 4:00pm (New Schools)
Register at perkinss@milwaukee.k12.wi.us .

September 23, 2014 Title Program Training:  Repeat of 09-22-14 session
9:00am to 11:00am (New Schools)  and  1:00pm to 3:00pm (Regular)
Register at perkinss@milwaukee.k12.wi.us .

October 17, 2014 Annual Non-public School Affirmation of Consultation Form and Enrollment Spreadsheet due no later than 4:00pm.  U.S. mail or hand deliver signed and completed Affirmation and Enrollment Summary forms.  Email or otherwise provide student information in database.

January 12 - February 6, 2015 Winter Map Testing 

Title Program Expenditures under Titles IIA


Title II is now administered through a third party service provider.  The following vendors are approved to provide Title II services for the 2014-15 school year:


About Title I

U.S. Department of Education Information on Title I A: Improving the Academic Achievement of the Disadvantaged

Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction Title IA Web Link

Department of Education Guidance: on the Supreme Court's Decision in Agostini V. Felton: Title I in non-public schools

October 2003 Department of Education Guidance on Title I Programs for Non-public Schools: Q & A format.

Service Provider Information

Contact Information: Updated 08/30/13

The Milwaukee Title Ia private school service provider selection period for 2014-2015 services were held from February 10-March 10, 2014.

All Title Ia schools must participate in the districts annual private school selection period, as we are entering into a new contract period.

Title Ia service providers will only contact private schools to offer information about Title Ia services through them, if those schools will be new to Title Ia in 2014-2015. 

What are Title IA service providers required to do? Request for Proposal and Contract templates now available for review:
Title I Service Provider Program Summaries and Web Sites
Information for Non-public School Title IA Parents

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Information for Milwaukee Title IA Participating Non-public Schools

Milwaukee Non-public Title IA services are provided by MPS through one of four service providers identified by the district in consultation with participating schools. Arrangements for service delivery at each school are developed based upon consultation between individual schools and MPS (through the designated service provider). Schools may contact Shelley Perkins, Title Program Supervisor for non-public schools, at 475-8122 if they have any questions about this process. Services must meet the requirements of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) for non-public, "targeted assistance" schools, be consistent with MPS contractual obligations, and reflect individual school allocation limits. Services may begin when:

  • schools have submitted signed Title Program Verification of Consultation and City of Milwaukee resident enrollment information
  • students are identified and listed on completed Title IA Eligibility Reports
  • parent consent for services is obtained
  • service models are developed for each school
  • schedules are in place, and
  • service provider staff is identified and trained.

Participating Non-public Schools may begin planning for the following school year during the spring semester.

  • It will facilitate the start of services next year if current teachers suggest eligible students who might start or continue in Title Ia programs for the following year.
  • Adjustments to service models for next year may also be planned now.
More Title I Downloads: New Title I Eligibility Worksheets Now Available for non-public and Targeted Assistance Schools (downloads #7 and 8 below)
  1. MPS Sample Parent/Guardian Income Survey Letter Microsoft Word Format
  2. USED Sample Parent/Guardian Income Survey Letter Microsoft Word Format
  3. Eligibility Report FormsEligibility Report Database for Windows based PCs
  4. Eligibility Report Worksheet (PDF)
  5. Quick Eligibility Report Directions (PDF)
  6. Eligibility Report Selection and Ranking Criterion for Grades K-12 (PDF)
  7. Title I Classroom visit feedback form
  8. "Characteristics of a High Performing Urban Classroom" instructional observation data sheet
Click here for more Title I downloads and more information about the documents available above.

Annual Title IA Evaluation Documents. Watch this site for complete 13-14 results.

  1. District semiannual brief non-public Title IA evaluation
  2. May 2014 Non-public school annual evaluation survey for Title IA
    1. Students (primary)
    2. Students (intermediate and older)
    3. Parents/Guardians (English)
    4. Parents/Guardians (Spanish )
    5. Parents/Guardians (Hmong)
    6. Non-public Administrators
    7. Non-public School Teachers with Students Currently Getting Title IA Service



U.S. Department of Education on Title II, Part A&emdash;Teacher and Principal Training and Recruiting Fund

Free online courses for teachers from the U.S. Department of Education. Click here to visit the teacher-to-teacher workshop page. 

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Professional development under Title IIA for private school staff members must focus on the promotion of academic achievment in one of the core content areas of Reading, Language Arts, Math, Science or Social Studies.

Best practice in providing professional development in schools would entail:
  1. Providing content with a focus on a need identified based on available data
  2. Delivering content addressing identified need regularly and over an extended period
  3. Involving all or many local stake holders
  4. Implementing improvement plans that are monitored and supported by coaching
  5. Assessing implementation and student achievement gains in terms of identified need
  6. Considering next logical steps for school improvment through professional development

 

U.S. Department of Education on Title III, Language Instruction for Limited English Proficient and Immigrant Students

Milwaukee Title III recommendations for materials available to assist in the instruction of English language learners.

Milwaukee ELL Opportunities, includes 1. Policy and Mission Statement, 2. Language Proficiency Tests (OPT test found here is currently incomplete, a complete test is available from the MPS Division of Multicultural Education, call 475-8091), 3. Professional Development Opportunities, 4. Inservice Topics and Charges, 5. Consultants and Fees, 6. Recommended Materials

 

MPS Title III Contact Persons
Name
Phone
Email

Robin Rivas

475-8732

rivasra@milwaukee.k12.wi.us

Maria Rodriguez

475-8800

rodrigm1@milwaukee.k12.wi.us

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Participating in Title III for Milwaukee Non-public Schools

Title III of ESEA/NCLB provides funds for supplementary educational materials and professional development to support English Language Learners (ELL) at schools with high ELL concentrations.

All Milwaukee non-public schools are welcomed to participate in Title IIIA funding with at least 1 (or more) ELL students in the schools.
DPI Corrections to Frequently Asked Questions

Non-public schools are required to verify English Language Learner status of students in order to participate in Title III. Verification procedures have been determined by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction. Any private school student who is to be included in the state's ELL count must have met criterion outlined in the information provided below.

Because the state testing window predates the annual private school survey period, any school interested in Title III participation in for a coming school year will have to complete qualifying activities before responding to the district regarding Title participation for next year.

  • 4:00 PM 9-26-14 Screening Deadlines for 2015-16 Title III participation: 
    • All W-APT tests with accompanying Home Language Survey are to be turned in to Debra Spotz in room 142 of MPS Central Services - 5225 W. Vliet St. No student in grade K5 to 12 may be included in ACCESS testing to qualify as an English Language Learner unless they have taken the W-APT or participated in ACCESS testing in a previous year and are accompanied by a Home Language Survey
    • Each school currenty participating will receive a CD containing the ACCESS information from the 2013-14 testing cycle. The updated Data File is to be emailed to rodrigm1@milwaukee.k12.wi.us with “Data File Update” in the message or subject line. Updates will include: September 2014 grade and will delete all students no longer at the school. 
ACCESS Test Window – To Be Determined by State of Wisconsin DPI
Dates are subject to change based on the test window and timeline produced by the State of Wisconsin DPI

Here are Milwaukee Private School Title III Participants for 2013-14:

                               Academy of Excellence                St Anthony
                               Atlas Prepartory                            St John Kanty
                               Christ St. Peter Lutheran               St Joeseph Academy
                               Holy Wisdom Academy                St Martini
                               Messmer High School                   Prince of  Peace
                               Notre Dame                                   St Rafael                                    
                               St Adalbert                                   
                               Salam
                                                                                     


Milwaukee Child Find

Milwaukee "Child Find" Office, the place to start for referrals of students enrolled in non-public schools and having suspected exceptional educational needs:

414-475--8593

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Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)

Web Sites and resources:

Contact Information
For information regarding...
Contact
Phone
E-mail
Office
Fax

Title I, Part A: Improving Basic Programs

Martha Kreitzman

414-773-9820

kreitzmj@milwaukee.k12.wi.us

MPS Central Services, Room 2, Office 2*

414-475-8074
Title Program Supervisor for Non-Public Schools
Shelley
Perkins
414-475-8122
perkinss@milwaukee.k12.wi.us
MPS Central Services, Room 2, Office 1*
414-475-8074
TitleI Program Analyst
Marcia
McKinney
414-475-8044
mckinnmv@milwaukee.k12.wi.us
MPS Central Services, Room 2*
414-475-8044

Title III, Part A: English Language Acquisition, Language Enhancement and Academic Achievement

Robin Rivas

414-475-8732

rivasra@milwaukee.k12.wi.us

MPS Central Services, Room 253, Office 6*


Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) Coordinator for Non-conventional Programs, MPS Department of Special Services

Dare Boling

414-438-3413

bolingdm@milwaukee.k12.wi.us

MPS Special Services Center**


Milwaukee "Child Find" Office, the place to start for referrals of students enrolled in non-public schools and having suspected exceptional educational needs

Child Find

414-475-8593




*MPS Central Services; 5225 W. Vliet St. (53208); Mailing address: P.O. Box 2181; Milwaukee, WI 53201-2181
**MPS Technology School Support and Special Services Center; 6620 W. Capitol Dr.; Milwaukee, WI 53216

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