Stimulus Funding in Stark County
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American Reinvestment and Recovery funding data was obtained from Recovery.gov and verified or corrected by reporters from The Repository and The Independent who conducted interviews with recipients or cross-checked the figures with state and local sources. See something we missed? Let us know: kelli.young@cantonrep.com
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Local recipientStimulus award amountFederal Funding AgencyState funding agency (if applicable)Project locationProject nameProject descriptionProject statusJobs created (full-time equivalent)Jobs retained (FTE)Jobs to be created/retained/funded (FTE)Jobs funded (FTE)*Description of jobs created or retainedVendors/contractors used
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Alliance City School District$993,089Office of Elementary and Secondary EducationExecutive Office of the State of OhioAllianceState Fiscal Stabilization Fund - Education FundFor general expenses of school district operations for July 2009 to June 2010. To help retain 13 full-time teachers.013013Retain 13 full-time teachers
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Alliance City School District$856,352Office of Elementary and Secondary EducationOhio Department of EducationAllianceTitle I - Reading and Writing educationTitle I - Reading and Writing education - July 1, 2009 - Sept. 30, 2011. Created 5 full-time jobs - director of school improvement for academics; consultant, two tutors and intervention teacher; supplies, materials, purchased services.505Created 5 full-time jobs: director of school improvement for academics; consultant, two tutors and intervention teacher; supplies, materials, purchased services; was $861,924.66
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Alliance City School District$816,824Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative ServicesOhio Department of EducationAllianceIDEA BIDEA grant. To fund special education programs. July 2009 - Sept 2011. Hiring two full-time tutors, 7 hours a day and a full-time aide, full-time director of school improvement and early intervention.4004IDEA - B - 2 year period - hiring two full-time tutors 7 hours a day and an full-time aide, full-time director of school improvement and early intervention.
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Alliance City School District$493,587Office of Elementary and Secondary EducationOhio Department of EducationAllianceStimulus Title II D Technology Grant - granted competitive - criteriaCompetitive grant. Hired a technology coach who will work with students and teachers in high school and middle school to integrate technology in the classroom, also will pay for equipment and supplies. Coach's salary is $50,733, plus $25,000 benefits. The remaining money goes to professional development, training for teachers. 101Hiring of Technology coach, not sure if he's full-time
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Alliance City School District$23,477Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative ServicesOhio Department of EducationAllianceEarly childhood special education grant.Early childhood special education grant. No jobs created. Used for supplies and to bring counselors in for special education students.0000
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Alliance City School District$16,000Food and Nutrition ServiceOhio Department of EducationAllianceChild Nutrition Recovery ActChild Nutrition Recovery Act. Bought an electric oven.000Helbling Supply of New Philadelphia
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Alliance City School District$3,124Office of Elementary and Secondary EducationOhio Department of EducationAllianceEducation of Homeless Children and YouthEnsure that each homeless child and youth has equal access to the same free, appropriate public education including a public preschool education, as other children. To be used for training, supplies and assistance for homeless students.0
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Canton City School District$987,174Office of Elementary and Secondary EducationOhio Department of EducationCantonEnhancing Education Through TechnologyEducation Technology State Grants to improve student academic achievement through the use of technology. It's a competitive grant. The money will be spent on instructional staff, purchased services, supplies, and technology during FY 2010 and 2011.Unknown.Unknown.Unknown.Unknown.Unknown.Technology Coaches; Distance Learning Coordinator; Integration Specialists
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Canton City School District$3,780,000Office of Elementary and Secondary EducationExecutive Office of the State of OhioCantonState Fiscal Stabilization Fund - Education FundState Fiscal Stabilization Fund. To plug the difference between the amount districts should receive from the state legislative formula and how much districts actually were to receive. Underway00037The majority, if not all, are teachers that were retained. Jobs possibly could have been retained without stimulus funding.
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Canton City School District$3,411,154Office of Elementary and Secondary EducationOhio Department of EducationCantonTitle I Grants to Local Educational AgenciesTitle I Grants to Local Educational Agencies. For fiscal years 2010 and 2011. To assist schools in helping children at risk of failing to meet state academic achievement standards. Roughly 70 percent of funding to be used for salaries related to instruction, support services (aides), the family community liaison and their benefits. Roughly 30 percent of the funding will be used for purchased services and supplies. Underway0008.25Jobs include teachers, aides, family community liaison. Jobs possibly would have been retained without stimulus funding.
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Canton City School District$2,836,759Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative ServicesOhio Department of EducationCantonSpecial Education - Grants to StatesSpecial Education - Grants to States. For fiscal years 2010 and 2011. To ensure that all children with disabilities are given a free appropriate public education that emphasizes special education and related services. Of the award, 29 percent is dedicated to salaries and benefits for teachers, 14 percent is earmarked for professional development, 28 percent is for purchased services, and the remainder is for supplies and capital outlay. Underway0004Four special education teachers retained throughout the district.
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Canton City School District$81,062Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative ServicesOhio Department of EducationCantonSpecial Education - Preschool GrantsSpecial Education - Preschool Grants. For fiscal years 2010 and 2011. To make appropriate education available to children with disabilities aged 3 through 5 years old. Canton City Schools will use 80 percent of the funding for salaries and benefits of a preschool special education teacher and the rest of the money will be used for support services, which could be in the form of a teacher's aide.Underway0001.48Retained 1 full-time teacher and some money used for an aide.
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Canton City School District$91,729Office of Elementary and Secondary EducationOhio Department of EducationCantonEducation of Homeless Children and YouthTo support the needs of homeless students. Canton City Schools allocated 63 percent of the funding for salaries and benefits for a teacher, 10 percent to support services, such as after-school tutors at sites and shelters, and roughly 24 percent to purchase services, which could be providing transportation, supervision and other resources to the help the education program.Completed.0001One teacher
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Canton City School District$17,500Food and Nutrition ServiceOhio Department of EducationCantonState Child Nutrition ProgramsChild Nutrition Recovery Act. Competitive grants to school food authorities based on a schools' need for equipment assistance. To replace a dishwashing machine and a sink.Completed.0000Not intended to create jobs.
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Canton Local School District$99,388Ohio Department of EducationCanton TownshipTitle 1 (D) MCJASTitle 1 (D) funds. Canton Local is the fiscal agent for Multi-County Juvenile Attention System because the facility is located within the school district.Unknown.Unknown.Unknown.Unknown.Unknown.Office did not have information available.
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Canton Local School District$481,760Office of Elementary and Secondary EducationExecutive Office of the State of OhioCanton TownshipState Fiscal Stabilization Fund - Education FundEducation Fund - for the support of public, elementary, secondary and post-secondary education and, as applicable, early childhood education programs and services. To pay salaries of staff whose jobs are at risk due to lack of funds.Underway0007Seven teachers and paraprofessionals retained, but possibly could have been retained without the stimulus funding.
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Canton Local School District$541,655Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative ServicesOhio Department of EducationCanton TownshipSpecial Education - Grants to StatesSpecial Education - Grants to States. Funds to be spent by June 30, 2010. To help pay for summer school, and special education tuition and excess costs when other entities educate some of the district's students. Underway0006Special education teachers, aides, occupational and physical therapists. Jobs possibly would have been retained without stimulus funding.
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Canton Local School District$178,013Office of Elementary and Secondary EducationOhio Department of EducationCanton TownshipTitle I Grants to Local Educational AgenciesFunds will be spent by June 30, 2010 for technology upgrades and improvements. To provide supplemental funding to economically disadvantaged districts and some of their eligible schools for improving educational outcomes for students.Underway003.2Intervention teachers and paraprofessionals. Jobs possibly would have been retained without stimulus funding.
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Fairless Local School District$469,756Office of Elementary and Secondary EducationExecutive Office of the State of OhioNavarreState Fiscal Stabilization Fund - Education FundEducation Fund. For the support of public, elementary, secondary and post-secondary education and, as applicable, early childhood education programs and services. Completed.7077 full-time, with benefits, teaching positions were retained because of funding. Money only supplements a loss in state foundation money. Net gain for district is $60,000
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Fairless Local School District$140,103Office of Elementary and Secondary EducationOhio Department of EducationNavarreTitle I - Grants to LEAs, Recovery ActTitle I Grants to Local Educational Agencies. To provide supplemental funding to economically disadvantaged districts and some of their eligible schools for improving educational outcomes for students.Money is currently in use0077Money affects 10 aides, monitors over two years. FTE is based on 5.5-hour work day for aide, monitor. Six positions are funded entirely from this money. Four positions are paid for 1.5 hours work with this money. They also work the balance of four hours, but that is paid from another fund
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Fairless Local School District$442,214Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative ServicesOhio Department of EducationNavarreSpecial Education - Grants to States, Recovery ActSpecial Education grant. The purposes of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) are to ensure that all children with disabilities have available to them a free appropriate public education that emphasizes special education and related services designed to meet their unique needs.Money is currently in use5.505.5Includes three special education tutors and two special education teachers on 5.5-hour days, plus half the salary of a special education administrator
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Five R's Academy, The$14,938Office of Elementary and Secondary EducationExecutive Office of the State of OhioCantonState Fiscal Stabilization Fund - Education FundEducation Fund. Funds will be expended by June 30, 2010, to pay salaries of staff whose jobs are at risk due to lack of funds.Unknown.Unknown.Unknown.0Unknown.Primary and secondary education institutions retained teachers, administrators, instructional aides, student support staff, information technology staff, school nurses, librarians, and bus drivers.
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Five R's Academy, The$4,238Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative ServicesOhio Department of EducationCantonSpecial Education - Grants to StatesSpecial Education grant. The purposes of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) are to ensure that all children with disabilities have available to them a free appropriate public education that emphasizes special education and related services designed to meet their unique needs and prepare them for further education, employment and independent living.Unknown.Unknown.Unknown.0Unknown.Special education teachers, aides, tutors and other support staff.
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Hope Academy-Canton$216,866Office of Elementary and Secondary EducationExecutive Office of the State of OhioCantonState Fiscal Stabilization Fund - Education FundEducation fund. For the support of public, elementary, secondary and post-secondary education and, as applicable, early childhood education programs and services.Unknown.Unknown.Unknown.0Unknown.Primary and secondary education institutions retained teachers, administrators, instructional aides, student support staff, information technology staff, school nurses, librarians, and bus drivers. Higher education institutions retained professional a
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Hope Academy-Canton$157,126Office of Elementary and Secondary EducationOhio Department of EducationCantonTitle I Grants to Local Educational AgenciesTitle I Grants to Local Educational Agencies. To provide supplemental funding to economically disadvantaged districts and some of their eligible schools for improving educational outcomes for students.Unknown.Unknown.Unknown.Unknown.Unknown.Teachers, tutors, administrators, psychologists, social workers, paraprofessionals, aides, curriculum coaches.
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Hope Academy-Canton$96,509Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative ServicesOhio Department of EducationCantonSpecial Education - Grants to StatesSpecial Education grant. The purposes of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) are to ensure that all children with disabilities have available to them a free appropriate public education that emphasizes special education and related services designed to meet their unique needs and prepare them for further education, employment and independent living.Unknown.Unknown.Unknown.0Unknown.Special education teachers, aides, tutors and other support staff.
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Hope Academy-Canton$11,837Food and Nutrition ServiceOhio Department of EducationCantonState Child Nutrition ProgramsChild Nutrition Recovery Act. Competitive grants to school food authorities based on a schools' need for equipment assistance.Unknown.Unknown.Unknown.0Unknown.Possibly custodial jobs to maintain equipment cleanliness, or maintenance jobs to maintain functionality of equipment and perform necessary service checks, or cafeteria service worker positions that could be retained through purchase of equipment.
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Jackson Local School District$988,428Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative ServicesOhio Department of EducationJackson TownshipSpecial Education - Grants to States, Recovery ActSpecial Education grant. The purposes of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) are to ensure that all children with disabilities have available to them a free appropriate public education that emphasizes special education and related services designed to meet their unique needs.Money is currently in use707Retained three teaches, one tutor and three aides
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Jackson Local School District$368,040Office of Elementary and Secondary EducationExecutive Office of the State of OhioJackson TownshipState Fiscal Stabilization Fund - Education FundEducation Fund. For the support of public, elementary, secondary and post-secondary education and, as applicable, early childhood education programs and services. Money is currently in use505Retained three teaches, one assistant principal and using funds to pay half the salaries of two assistant principals
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Jackson Local School District$228,120Office of Elementary and Secondary EducationOhio Department of EducationJackson TownshipTitle I - Grants to LEAs, Recovery ActTitle I Grants to Local Educational Agencies. To provide supplemental funding to economically disadvantaged districts and some of their eligible schools for improving educational outcomes for students.Money is currently in use101Retained two half-time teachers
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Lake Local School District$847,026Office of Elementary and Secondary EducationExecutive Office of the State of OhioLake TownshipState Fiscal Stabilization Fund - Education FundGeneral expenses of school district operations - July 2009 - June 2010. To pay salaries and benefits of 10 administrators earning about $70,000 to $74,000 a year.Underway.00010Ten jobs officially retained, but Moffat says district would have kept all the employees and merely added to its deficit.
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Lake Local School District$780,122Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative ServicesOhio Department of EducationLake TownshipIDEA grantIDEA grant. To fund special education programs. July 2009 - Sept 2011. Spent $76,000 for special needs bus with wheel chair lift from Canton Truck Sales and Service of Midvale, Ohio; pay salaries and benefits of Response to Intervention coordinator, full-time coordinator, two intervention specialists and half-time tutor; retain positions; materials; suppliesUnknown.003.5Full-time program coordinator, 2 intervention specialists and half-time tutor - jobs would have been retained without funding but at a cost of increasing deficits; officially retains 3.5 FTE jobs. But Moffat says no one would have lost their job if the district hadn't gotten fundingCanton Truck Sales and Service of Midvale, Ohio
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Lake Local School District$143,399Office of Elementary and Secondary EducationOhio Department of EducationLake TownshipTitle ITitle I - Reading and Writing education. To use between July 1, 2009 and Sept. 30, 2011. Retain 3 part-time tutors.Underway001.5Officially 1.5 jobs retained, but Moffat says no one would have lost their jobs this year without funding.
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Life Skills Center of Canton$113,834Office of Elementary and Secondary EducationExecutive Office of the State of OhioCantonState Fiscal Stabilization Fund - Education FundEducation Fund. For the support of public, elementary, secondary and post-secondary education and, as applicable, early childhood education programs and services. Unknown.Unknown.Unknown.0Unknown.Primary and secondary education institutions retained teachers, administrators, instructional aides, student support staff, information technology staff, school nurses, librarians, and bus drivers. Higher education institutions retained professional a
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Life Skills Center of Canton$113,834Office of Elementary and Secondary EducationExecutive Office of the State of OhioCantonState Fiscal Stabilization Fund - Education FundEducation Fund. For the support of public, elementary, secondary and post-secondary education and, as applicable, early childhood education programs and services.Ongoing.0Unknown.0Unknown.Primary and secondary education institutions retained teachers, administrators, instructional aides, student support staff, information technology staff, school nurses, librarians, and bus drivers.
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Life Skills Center of Canton$39,754Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative ServicesOhio Department of EducationCantonSpecial Education - Grants to StatesSpecial Education grant. The purposes of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) are to ensure that all children with disabilities have available to them a free appropriate public education that emphasizes special education and related services designed to meet their unique needs and prepare them for further education, employment and independent living.Unknown.Unknown.Unknown.01Special education teachers, aides, tutors and other support staff. As reported to the state.
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Life Skills Center of Canton$36,952Office of Elementary and Secondary EducationOhio Department of EducationCantonTitle I Grants to Local Educational AgenciesTitle I Grants to Local Educational Agencies. To provide supplemental funding to economically disadvantaged districts and some of their eligible schools for improving educational outcomes for students.Unknown.Unknown.Unknown.Unknown.1Teachers, tutors, administrators, psychologists, social workers, paraprofessionals, aides, curriculum coaches.
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Louisville City Schools$866,497Office of Elementary and Secondary EducationExecutive Office of the State of OhioLouisvilleState Fiscal Stabilization Fund - Education FundGeneral expenses of school district operations to use between July 2009 and June 2010. Salaries and benefits for regular education teachers.Underway.00011Funded 11 jobs.
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Louisville City Schools$708,169Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative ServicesOhio Department of EducationLouisvilleIDEA grantIDEA grant. To fund special education programs. July 2009 - Sept 2011. Used to pay intervention specialists, two special education teachers, two attendants at 6.25 hours a day for each.5.67005.67Intervention specialists, two special education teachers, two attendants at 6.25 hours a day for each, one clerical worker.
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Louisville City Schools$183,617Office of Elementary and Secondary EducationOhio Department of EducationLouisvilleTitle I Grants to Local Educational Agencies, Recovery Act. Title I Grants to Local Educational Agencies, Recovery Act. Used for individualized instruction, teachers' salaries, spending time with kids on more one-on-one or one-on-three basis, instructional technology. Hired one teacher and instructional aide. Almost $49,000 was used for computers. 1.5001.5One full-time teacher and one part-time teacher assistant
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Louisville City Schools$23,689Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative ServicesOhio Department of EducationLouisvilleEarly childhood special education grant.Early childhood special education grant. Used to buy a new van from Montrose Ford to transport special education pre-school students with special needs to a pre-school program.0000
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Malone University$30,156Department of EducationCantonFederal Work-StudyFederal Work-Study provides need-based financial aid to students through compensation for hours worked at on- or off-campus jobs. Not started.Unknown.Unknown.Unknown.Unknown.Federal Work-Study Program jobs.0
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Marlington Local School District$581,180Office of Elementary and Secondary EducationOhio Governor's officeMarlboro TownshipState Fiscal Stabilization Fund - Education FundGeneral expenses of school district operations. July 2009 - June 2010. To pay salaries and benefits of 7 kindergarten teachers2207Able to hire 2 new teachers; probably would have laid off 2 teachers if it hadn't gotten funding; unknown if other teachers would have been at risk of being laid off without stimulus funding.
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Marlington Local School District$180,320Office of Elementary and Secondary EducationOhio Department of EducationMarlboro TownshipTitle ITitle I - Reading and Writing education. July 1, 2009 - Sept. 30, 2011. To establish a level literacy program. Award also pays salary and benefits of program director/teacher (about $76,000); buy $20,000 worth of computers, $10,000 for software; $20,000 for computer tables; professional development $9,500; $43,000 for other supplies; $500 for non-public schools.0001Program director would have kept her job as a teacher if they hadn't gotten funding.
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Marlington Local School District$573,213Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative ServicesOhio Department of EducationMarlboro TownshipIDEA grantIDEA grant. To fund special education programs. July 2009 - Sept 2011. Purchased bus for special needs children for $83,380 from Canton Sales and Truck in Midvale, spent $100,000 for equipment; $10,000 for furniture; $38,000 for school resource officer; $250,000 for therapy.0.5000.5Pays half of salary of resource officer; sheriff got grant to pay other halfCanton Sales and Truck in Midvale
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Marlington Local School District$42,894Environmental Protection AgencyOhio Office of Budget and ManagementMarlboro TownshipJoint Marlington/Sandy Valley grant (Sandy Valley share to retrofit 10 - $39,509Clean Diesel Program Grant. Retrofit 22 buses to reduce diesel emissions. Canton Truck Sales and Service of Midvale, Ohio.Halfway done0000Canton Truck Sales and Service of Midvale, Ohio.
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Massillon City School District$1,212,720Office of Elementary and Secondary EducationMassillonState Fiscal Stabilization Fund - Education FundEducation Fund. To pay salaries and benefits to retain employees who were funded under Poverty Based Assistance, which was eliminated. Needed additional instructional supplies for teachers also funded.Money is currently in use0000
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Massillon City School District$1,093,483Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative ServicesMassillonSpecial Education - Grants to States, Recovery ActSpecial Education grant. The purposes of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) are to ensure that all children with disabilities have available to them a free appropriate public education that emphasizes special education and related services designed to meet their unique needs.Money is currently in use0000
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Massillon City School District$599,248Office of Elementary and Secondary EducationMassillonTitle I - Grants to LEAs, Recovery ActTitle I Grants to Local Educational Agencies. Funds will be spent to implement a Core Reading Program to improve literacy instruction to meet State Standards.Money is currently in use0000
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Massillon City School District$31,296Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative ServicesMassillonSpecial Education - Preschool Grants, Recovery ActEarly Childhood Special Education. The purposes of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) are to ensure that all children with disabilities have available to them a free appropriate public education (FAPE) that emphasizes special education and related services designed to meet their unique needs.Money is currently in use0000District will not use funds for job creation
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Massillon City School District$14,000Food and Nutrition ServiceMassillonState Child Nutrition Programs, Recovery ActChild Nutrition Recovery Act. Grant monies are for NSLP Equipment Grants per the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act FY 2009.Money is currently in use0000
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Massillon City School District$4,402Office of Elementary and Secondary EducationMassillonEducation of Homeless Children and Youth, Recovery ActProvides additional funding to districts to support the unique needs of homeless students. Activities can include tutoring, coordination of non-academic support services, school supplies, and homework assistance. Districts are expected to coordinate with other organizations such as shelters and food banks.Money is currently in use0000District will not use funds for job creation
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Massillon Digital Academy$26,250Office of Elementary and Secondary EducationMassillonState Fiscal Stabilization Fund - Education FundEducation Fund. For the support of public, elementary, secondary and post-secondary education and, as applicable, early childhood education programs and services. Money is currently in use0000
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Minerva Local School District$544,372Office of Elementary and Secondary EducationExecutive Office of the State of OhioMinervaState Fiscal Stabilization Fund - Education FundGeneral expenses of school district operations. July 2009 - June 2010. Pays the salary and benefits of 4 principals and 2 assistant principals; also funds computer consortium for about $30,000. 0806Would lay off at least 8 without funding; less carryover
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Minerva Local School District$505,483Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative ServicesOhio Department of EducationMinervaIDEA grantIDEA grant. To fund special education programs. July 2009 - Sept 2011. Added a transition coordinator (former food service coordinator who would have lost job without funding) costs $90,000 for 2 years; added at-risk first grade teacher ($110,000 for two years, was the tutor, replaced by another tutor) and Read 180 teacher ($160,000 over 2 years); software; therapy.1103Transition coordinator was former food service coordinator - would have lost job without funding; at-risk teacher was a tutor replaced by a new tutor; Read 180 teacher would have been retained without funding
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Minerva Local School District$234,893Office of Elementary and Secondary EducationOhio Department of EducationMinervaTitle I - Reading and Writing education. July 1, 2009 - Sept. 30, 2011. Teacher becomes tutor for 1/3 of working hours for ACT ($60,000 for 2 yrs) and hired one teacher ($160,000) for two years, spent $20,000 on educational software.01.3301.33Teacher becomes tutor for 1/3 of working hours for ACT ($60K for 2 yrs) and hire one teacher ($160K) for two years, educational software $20K
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Mount Union College$51,921U.S. Department of EducationAllianceFederal Work-studyFederal Work-study supports payments to individual students throughout academic year. Completed.000Unknown.Federal Work-study Program Jobs. Officials have reported three jobs, but did not know where that figure came from0
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North Canton Board of Education$1,018,225Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative ServicesOhio Department of EducationNorth CantonIDEA grantIDEA grant. To fund special education programs. July 2009 - September 2011. Includes creating 1 full-time teaching and three part-time teacher aides.8.051.509.558.05 FTE - (retained); includes creating create 1 full-time teaching and three part-time teacher aides
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North Canton Board of Education$183,617Office of Elementary and Secondary EducationOhio Department of EducationNorth CantonTitle 1 -Reading and Writing education.Title I - Reading and Writing education. July 1, 2009 - Sept. 30, 2011. Retained 3.13 FTE, including 1 part-time teacher aide; 3 part-time teachers; 1 full-time teachers for children with reading and math deficiencies.0Unknown.03.13Some hours would have been lost without funding; not clear how much
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North Canton Board of Education$31,803Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative ServicesOhio Department of EducationNorth CantonEarly childhood special education grant.Early childhood grant. Created one part-time classroom special education assistant who works 6-7.5 hours per day.0.75000.75Hired an aide to work 30-37.5 hours a week
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North Canton Board of Education$822,122Office of Elementary and Secondary EducationExecutive Office of the State of OhioNorth CantonState Fiscal Stabilization Fund - Education FundGeneral expenses of school district operations. July 2009 - June 2010. No job creation, $822,121.56 spent in 2009-2010 to pay for district's utilities.0000
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Northwest Local School District$568,911Office of Elementary and Secondary EducationCanal FultonState Fiscal Stabilization Fund - Education FundEducation Fund. For the support of public, elementary, secondary and post-secondary education and, as applicable, early childhood education programs and services. Money is currently in use0606Six jobs retained. Based on 7.5-hour work day, district is able to retain one teacher, one aide, two tutors and two library staff members whose jobs were cut from budget problems.
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Northwest Local School District$497,074Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative ServicesCanal FultonSpecial Education - Grants to States, Recovery ActSpecial Education - Grants to States, Recovery Act. The purposes of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) are to ensure that all children with disabilities have available to them a free appropriate public education (FAPE) that emphasizes special education and related services designed to meet their unique needs.Money is currently in use505Five jobs retained. Based on 7.5-hour work day, district is able to retain five IDEA Part-B instructors
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Northwest Local School District$125,268Office of Elementary and Secondary EducationCanal FultonTitle I - Grants to LEAs, Recovery ActTitle I Grants to Local Educational Agencies. To provide supplemental funding to economically disadvantaged districts and some of their eligible schools for improving educational outcomes for students.Money is currently in use01.7501.751.75 jobs retained. Based on 7.5-hour work day, district retained two full-time jobs. One job, however, was brought back after start of school year. Money will last for two years.
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Osnaburg Local School District$215,568Office of Elementary and Secondary EducationExecutive Office of the State of OhioOsnaburg TownshipState Fiscal Stabilization Fund - Education FundGeneral expenses of school district operations. July 2009 - June 2010.Completed.0Unknown.03Pay salary and benefits of three middle school teachers; not clear if they would have lost jobs without funding
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Osnaburg Local School District$166,312Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative ServicesOhio Department of EducationOsnaburg TownshipARRA Special Education Part B IDEAHired 1 special education teacher; funded supplies and equipment for special education department, and professional development for special education teachers and psychologists. Funding effective from July 1, 2009 to June 30, 2011.Completed.1.6001.6Hired 1 special ed teacher, salaries and benefits, supplies and equipment for special ed department, and professional development for special ed teachers; usually psychologist 2 days/week - ; psychologist 5 days a week; all day
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Osnaburg Local School District$71,864Office of Elementary and Secondary EducationOhio Department of EducationOsnaburg TownshipTitle I - Reading and mathTitle I - Reading and Writing education. July 1, 2009 - Sept. 30, 2011. Reading and Math teachers for kids needing extra help. District kept one teacher and hired another full-time teacher.Completed.1001Used Title I money to pay 1 current teacher's salary; and hired another teacher with money saved.
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Perry Local School District$15,000Food and Nutrition ServicePerry TownshipState Child Nutrition Programs, Recovery ActChild Nutrition Recovery Act. Grant monies are for NSLP Equipment Grants per the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act FY 2009Money is currently in useUnknown.Unknown.Unknown.Unknown.
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Perry Local School District$863,451Office of Elementary and Secondary EducationPerry TownshipState Fiscal Stabilization Fund - Education FundEducation Fund. For the support of public, elementary, secondary and post-secondary education and, as applicable, early childhood education programs and services. 3.510013.53.5 created, 10 jobs retained. District hired 2.5 teachers, 1 case manager and retained 4 teachers, 3 administrators and 3 secretaries
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Perry Local School District$1,125,713Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative ServicesPerry TownshipSpecial Education - Grants to States, Recovery ActSpecial Education - Grants to States, Recovery Act. The purposes of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) are to ensure that all children with disabilities have available to them a free appropriate public education (FAPE) that emphasizes special education and related services designed to meet their unique needs.Money is currently in use5207District hired three teachers and two teacher aides. It also retained four teaching positions, which it is counting as two full-time equivalent positions.
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Perry Local School District$293,062Office of Elementary and Secondary EducationPerry TownshipTitle I - Grants to LEAs, Recovery ActTitle I Grants to Local Educational Agencies. To provide supplemental funding to economically disadvantaged districts and some of their eligible schools for improving educational outcomes for students.404Hired 4 full-time teachers
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Perry Local School District$34,974Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative ServicesPerry TownshipSpecial Education - Preschool Grants, Recovery ActEarly Childhood Special Education. The purposes of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) are to ensure that all children with disabilities have available to them a free appropriate public education (FAPE) that emphasizes special education and related services designed to meet their unique needs.Money is currently in use1.25001.25District hired a part-time teacher and a three-quarter time teacher.
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Plain Local School District$983,000Office of Elementary and Secondary EducationExecutive Office of the State of OhioPlain TownshipState Fiscal Stabilization Fund - Education FundState Fiscal Stabilization Fund. To offset cuts in state funding and pay for salaries. Ongoing.0707Guidance counseling positions.
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Plain Local School District$1,423,476Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative ServicesOhio Department of EducationPlain TownshipSpecial Education - Grants to StatesSpecial Education - Grants to States. A 27-month grant, which started in the fall 2009. To hire psychologists and create a middle-school alternative program to help students with disabilities succeed. The purpose of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) grant is to ensure that all children with disabilities have available to them a free appropriate public education. Completed.5005Two fulltime psychologists, one fulltime administrator and one full-time aide.
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Plain Local School District$595,475Office of Elementary and Secondary EducationOhio Department of EducationPlain TownshipTitle I Grants to Local Educational AgenciesTitle I Grants to Local Educational Agencies. To provide supplemental funding to economically disadvantaged districts and some of their eligible schools for improving educational outcomes for students. Will be used for supplies and equipment, such as Smart boards, at the district's 11 buildings that qualify for Title 1 funds. Not started.0000Not used to create jobs.
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Plain Local School District$44,578Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative ServicesOhio Department of EducationPlain TownshipSpecial Education - Preschool GrantsSpecial Education - Preschool Grants. To help the district identify and provide more individualized services to children aged 3 years and older who have special needs. The purpose of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) is to ensure that all children with disabilities have available to them a free appropriate public education. Completed.0000Not used to create jobs.
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Plain Local School District$4,260Office of Elementary and Secondary EducationOhio Department of EducationPlain TownshipEducation of Homeless Children and YouthProvides additional funding to districts to support the needs of homeless students and keep them connected to the school system. Activities may include tutoring, coordination of non-academic support services, school supplies, and homework assistance. Completed.0000Not used to create jobs.
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Project Rebuild Community School$42,980Office of Elementary and Secondary EducationExecutive Office of the State of OhioCantonState Fiscal Stabilization Fund - Education FundEducation Fund. For the support of public, elementary, secondary and post-secondary education and, as applicable, early childhood education programs and services.Unknown.Unknown.Unknown.0Unknown.Primary and secondary education institutions retained teachers, administrators, instructional aides, student support staff, information technology staff, school nurses, librarians, and bus drivers. Higher education institutions retained professional a
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Project Rebuild Community School$22,546Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative ServicesOhio Department of EducationCantonSpecial Education - Grants to StatesSpecial Education - Grants to States. The purposes of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) are to ensure that all children with disabilities have available to them a free appropriate public education that emphasizes special education and related services designed to meet their unique needs and prepare them for further education, employment and independent living.Unknown.Unknown.Unknown.00.67Special education teachers, aides, tutors and other support staff. As reported to the state.
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Project Rebuild Community School$18,370Office of Elementary and Secondary EducationOhio Department of EducationCantonTitle I Grants to Local Educational AgenciesTitle I Grants to Local Educational Agencies. To provide supplemental funding to economically disadvantaged districts and some of their eligible schools for improving educational outcomes for students.Unknown.Unknown.Unknown.Unknown.0.55Teachers, tutors, administrators, psychologists, social workers, paraprofessionals, aides, curriculum coaches.
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Sandy Valley Local School District$320,344Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative ServicesOhio Department of EducationMagnoliaIDEA grantIDEA grant - to fund special education programs - July 2009 - Sept 2011Unknown.Unknown.0Unknown.
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Sandy Valley Local School District$643,546Office of Elementary and Secondary EducationExecutive Office of the State of OhioSandy TownshipState Fiscal Stabilization Fund - Education FundGeneral expenses of school district operations - July 2009 - June 20100000
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Sandy Valley Local School District$133,839Office of Elementary and Secondary EducationOhio Department of EducationSandy TownshipTitle I - Reading and Writing education. July 1, 2009 - Sept. 30, 20110
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Stark County Board of Developmental Disabilities$1,281Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative ServicesOhio Department of EducationPlain TownshipSpecial Education - Preschool GrantsSpecial Education - Preschool Grants. Stimulus funding used in conjunction with a $36,000 grant received from Stark Community Foundation. Will pay for the salaries and benefits for two teacher assistants at Eastgate school.Completed.0202Retained two teacher assistants at Eastgate that work 7.5 hour days for nine months (regular school year).
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Stark County Board of Developmental Disabilities$168,159Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative ServicesOhio Department of EducationPlain TownshipSpecial Education - Grants to StatesSpecial Education grant. Funds to be expended September 2009 through June 2010. For Southgate school, $66,900 for 19 Smart Boards, which are touch-sensitive; $27,000 to upgrade playground equipment; $1,650 for speakers for the Smart Boards; $5,017 for communication devices, $15,000 for upgrades to the Brigance assessment tool; $16,800 for new carpeting in the classrooms where wheelchairs would get caught in the holes; $13,460 for lighting upgrades; $15,500 to replace outdated computer equipment.Completed.0000Agency will not use money for job creation.Smart Boards bought from a company in Cleveland; training for Smart Boards provided by Eva Airhart of North Canton; Playground equipment update by David Williams and Associates in Alliance; speakers for the Smart Boards bought from Wal-Mart in Canton; system, communication devices bought from a company in New York; Upgrades to Brigance assessment took from Massachusetts company; Carpeting bought from Hosner's Carpet in Canton; lighting upgrades by Dave Johnson and Construction in Canton; computer equipment to be purchased through Dell.
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Stark County Educational Service Center$163,884Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative ServicesOhio Department of EducationCantonSpecial Education - Preschool GrantsSpecial Education - Preschool Grants. These funds will be used to pay salaries and benefits of instructors and aides. Total of funds will be expended by September 2010. Used to extend the district's special needs preschool program by hiring one full time aide, three half-time instructors, one half time aide and one quarter time aide.Completed.03.2503.25Existing employees filled new positions for one full-time aide, three half-time instructors, one half-time aide and one quarter-time aide.
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Stark County Educational Service Center$9,574Holmes and Stark countiesTitle 1 grantTitle 1 grant. As fiscal agent for Region 9, agency will spend $3,000 of award to support West Holmes Local School District with its Ohio Improvement Process with a focus on special-needs students. Agency also has hired an outside consultant, Margaret Searle, to work with their teachers and administrators. Agency will spend $3,000 for Searle to support all building principals in Stark County with training of the Intervention Team Assistance Process for at-risk students. Rest of money will be spent by hiring Lori Josephson, a consultant with the Wilson reading system, to provide training to instructors and administrators on the reading system. The training is open to any Stark County school who has struggled to make Adequate Yearly Progress on its annual report cards. Not started.0000Jobs not created.Individual consultants
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Stark State College of Technology$68,537Department of EducationNorth CantonFederal Work StudyFederal Work Study supports payments to individual students throughout the academic year.Less Than 50% Completed000Unknown.Federal Work Study Program jobs. Officials have reported 5 jobs, but did not know where that figure came from0
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Stark State College of Technology$3,734,569Office of Elementary and Secondary EducationExecutive Office of the State of OhioNorth CantonState Fiscal Stabilization Fund - Education FundGeneral expenses of school district operations - July 2009 - June 2010000
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Summit Academy Management- Canton elementary$93,943Office of Elementary and Secondary EducationExecutive Office of the State of OhioCantonState Fiscal Stabilization Fund - Education FundState Fiscal Stabilization Fund. To pay for salaries to retain employees at the nonprofit school system for students with high-functioning autism, ADHD, Asperger's Syndrome and related learning disorders.Ongoing.0Unknown.0Unknown.District could not provide figure.
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Summit Academy Management- Canton elementary$49,947Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative ServicesOhio Department of EducationCantonSpecial Education - Grants to StatesSpecial Education - Grants to States. For materials and professional development at the nonprofit school system that's for students with high-functioning autism, ADHD, Asperger's Syndrome and related learning disorders. The purpose of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) is to ensure that all children with disabilities have available to them a free appropriate public education.Not started.0000Not used to create jobs.
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Summit Academy Management- Canton elementary$22,585Office of Elementary and Secondary EducationOhio Department of EducationCantonTitle I Grants to Local Educational AgenciesTitle I Grants to Local Educational Agencies. For materials and professional development at the nonprofit school system that's for students with high-functioning autism, ADHD, Asperger's Syndrome and related learning disorders. The purpose of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) is to ensure that all children with disabilities have available to them a free appropriate public education.Not started.0000Not used to create jobs.
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Summit Academy Management- Canton secondary$51,507Office of Elementary and Secondary EducationExecutive Office of the State of OhioCantonState Fiscal Stabilization Fund - Education FundState Fiscal Stabilization Fund. To pay for salaries to retain employees. Ongoing.0Unknown.0Unknown.District could not provide figure.
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Summit Academy Management- Canton secondary$26,276Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative ServicesOhio Department of EducationCantonSpecial Education - Grants to StatesSpecial Education - Grants to States. For materials and professional development at the nonprofit school system with students who have high-functioning autism, ADHD, Asperger's Syndrome and related learning disorders. The purpose of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) is to ensure that all children with disabilities have available to them a free appropriate public education.Not started.0000Not used to create jobs.
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Summit Academy Management- Canton secondary$13,181Office of Elementary and Secondary EducationOhio Department of EducationCantonTitle I Grants to Local Educational AgenciesTitle I Grants to Local Educational Agencies. For materials and professional development at the nonprofit school system with students who have high-functioning autism, ADHD, Asperger's Syndrome and related learning disorders. The purpose of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) is to ensure that all children with disabilities have available to them a free appropriate public education.Not started.0000Not used to create jobs.
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Tuslaw School District$315,695Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative ServicesTuscarawas TownshipSpecial Education - Grants to States, Recovery ActSpecial Education - Grants to States, Recovery Act. The purposes of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) are to ensure that all children with disabilities have available to them a free appropriate public education that emphasizes special education and related services designed to meet their unique needs.Money is currently in use1.0601.06Using the district’s full-time equivalency of 7.5 hours per day, the two tutors, working four hours a day, each equal 0.53 of a FTE job, or, when combined 1.06 FTE.
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Tuslaw School District$90,655Office of Elementary and Secondary EducationTuscarawas Township Title I - Grants to LEAs, Recovery ActTitle I Grants to Local Educational Agencies. To provide supplemental funding to economically disadvantaged districts and some of their eligible schools for improving educational outcomes for students.?Money is currently in use0.6600.66Using the district’s full-time equivalency of 7.5 hours per day, the one tutor, working five hours a day, equals 0.66 of a FTE job.
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Tuslaw School District$510,292Office of Elementary and Secondary EducationTuscarawas Township State Fiscal Stabilization Fund - Education FundEducation Fund. For the support of public, elementary, secondary and post-secondary education and, as applicable, early childhood education programs and services. Money is currently in use00Though Superintendent Al Osler and Treasurer Sheryl Stewart believe several jobs have been retained as a result of the funds, they have not been able to quantify an exact number.
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Stimulus in Stark