"Emergency Assistance to Nonpublic Schools (Eans) Program Consultation Application & Agreement" - Oklahoma

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Oklahoma State Department of Education
Emergency Assistance to
Nonpublic Schools (EANS)
Program Consultation
Application & Agreement
School Year 2020-2021
Due Date March 12, 2021
Contact Information:
Naomi Ward
Nonpublic School Ombudsman
(405) 522-3218
Naomi.Ward@sde.ok.gov
*Please submit application to Naomi.Ward@sde.ok.gov, email subject line: EANS
Oklahoma State Department of Education
Emergency Assistance to
Nonpublic Schools (EANS)
Program Consultation
Application & Agreement
School Year 2020-2021
Due Date March 12, 2021
Contact Information:
Naomi Ward
Nonpublic School Ombudsman
(405) 522-3218
Naomi.Ward@sde.ok.gov
*Please submit application to Naomi.Ward@sde.ok.gov, email subject line: EANS
EANS Program Consultation Application & Agreement
Due March 12, 2021 | Submit to Naomi.Ward@sde.ok.gov with subject: EANS
PART A: Contact Information
NAME OF NONPUBLIC SCHOOL
LOCAL EDUCATION AGENCY (LEA) NAME
*District the nonpublic school is located
NONPUBLIC SCHOOL COUNTY CODE
*If the nonpublic school are not yet registered with the Oklahoma State Department of Education, please contact Naomi.Ward@sde.ok.gov.
MAILING ADDRESS (STREET NUMBER AND NAME, CITY, STATE, ZIP CODE)
AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE EMAIL ADDRESS
AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE NAME (PRINT)
SIGNATURE OF AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE
I acknowledge and certify that I have read and understand the authorizations, limitations and
requirements of participation in the EANS program as set forth in the Coronavirus Response
and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act (CRRSA) and as established by the Oklahoma
State Department of Education (OSDE). Further, if participating in the EANS program, I
acknowledge and agree to comply with the requirements and conditions of participating in
the EANS program.
Further, I acknowledge and agree that timely and meaningful information regarding the
EANS program has been provided and I, on behalf of the nonpublic school identified above, if
participating in the EANS program, will continue to engage and cooperate in the timely and
meaningful consultation regarding the program.
I certify and represent that I am authorized to submit this Application and Agreement as
a representative of the nonpublic school identified herein. Further, I certify to the best of
my knowledge and belief, all of the information in this application is true and correct. I
further understand that knowingly making a false statement or misrepresentation on
this application, as well as noncompliance with the terms and conditions of the EANS
program, may subject me to penalties under applicable State and Federal laws, whether
administrative, civil or criminal and may disqualify the nonpublic institution from participation
in the EANS program.
Do you intend to participate in the EANS program funds? Yes
No
NONPUBLIC SCHOOL OFFICIAL NAME
NONPUBLIC SCHOOL OFFICIAL SIGNATURE
DATE
NAME OF NONPUBLIC SCHOOL
NONPUBLIC SCHOOL PHONE NUMBER
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Part B: Nonpublic School Eligibility
By checking each box below, I affirm that the following is true and correct regarding the
nonpublic school.
The applicant hereby certifies that he/she has read, understood and will comply with
the assurances that will apply to any subsequent application amendments of all federal
programs in which the LEA participates.
The nonpublic school requesting services or assistance is a non-profit school.
The nonpublic school requesting services or assistance existed and operated prior to
March 13, 2020.
The nonpublic school requesting services or assistance did not and will not apply for and
receive a loan under the Small Business Administration’s Paycheck Protection Program
(PPP) (15 U.S.C. 636(a)(37)) that is made on or after December 27, 2020.
NOTE: If a nonpublic school applies for a PPP loan on or after December 27, 2020, but does
not receive funds under the PPP, the school may apply for services or assistance under the
EANS program, as long as the nonpublic school meets the requirements and deadlines of this
application. If a nonpublic school applied for or received a PPP loan prior to December 27, 2020,
it remains eligible for the EANS program. Similarly, if a nonpublic school applies for but does
not receive services or assistance through EANS, nothing in the Education Stabilization Fund
would preclude that non-public school from applying for and receiving a PPP loan on or after
December 27, 2020.
None of the services or assistance for which I am requesting support in Part D of this
application have already been supported by a loan under the PPP.
PART C: Nonpublic School Data
Section 312(d)(3)(C) requires an SEA to prioritize services or assistance to nonpublic schools
that enroll low-income students and are most impacted by COVID-19. Accordingly, the State
requests that the school provide the data described below. Such data must not include
personally-identifiable information about students or their families.
1. Enrollment and Low-Income Data
A. Total student enrollment October 1, 2019 (Ages 5-17)
and
October 1, 2020 (Ages 5-17)
.
B. Number of students from low-income families enrolled during October 1, 2019
(Ages 5-17)
and October 1, 2020 (Ages 5-17)
.
This number is from the following data source(s):
*Please refer to Appendix A (page 6) for acceptable data sources
C. Percentage of total students in the school who are students from low-income families
%
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2. Paycheck Protection Program (PPP)
A. Did the nonpublic school receive a loan guaranteed under the PPP
before December 27, 2020? Yes
No
B. If answered “YES” to the above question, please respond to the following:
I. What was the total amount of the PPP loan?
II. Do you assure that any funds received under the EANS program will be for services
or assistance not already funded by the PPP loan? Yes
No
3. Impact of COVID-19
Please identify, describe and quantify the impact of COVID-19 on the school, including
but not limited to (1) loss of tuition; (2) decrease in enrollment, including low-income
student enrollment; (3) lack of capacity to provide remote learning due to insufficient
technological support; and (4) data documenting the extent of learning loss attributable
to the educational disruptions caused by COVID-19.
Note: pursuant to Section 312(d)(3)(C) of the Coronavirus Response and Relief
Supplemental Appropriations Act (CRRSA), the OSDE will prioritize services or assistance
to nonpublic schools that enroll low-income students and are most impacted by
the qualifying emergency. If additional space is needed, please attach or enclose the
narrative when submitting the Application and Agreement.
4. Equitable Services under the CARES Act
Did the nonpublic school receive equitable services from an LEA under the CARES Act?
Yes
No
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PART D: Allowable Services or Assistance
A nonpublic school may apply to receive services or assistance from the Oklahoma State
Department of Education or its contractors to address educational disruptions resulting from
COVID-19 for:
■ Supplies to sanitize, disinfect, and clean school facilities
■ Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
■ Improving ventilation systems, including windows or portable air purification systems
■ Training and professional development for staff on sanitization, the use of PPE, and minimizing the
spread of infectious diseases
■ Physical barriers to facilitate social distancing
■ Other materials, supplies or equipment recommended by the CDC for reopening and operation of
school facilities to effectively maintain health and safety
■ Expanding capacity to administer coronavirus testing to effectively monitor and suppress the virus
■ Educational technology
■ Redeveloping instructional plans for remote or hybrid learning or to address learning loss
■ Leasing sites or spaces to ensure social distancing
■ Reasonable transportation costs
■ Initiating and maintaining education and support services or assistance for remote or hybrid
learning or to address learning loss
As a part of providing allowable services or assistance, OSDE may reimburse a nonpublic
school only for expenses for allowable services or assistance it incurred on or after March 13,
2020, to prevent, prepare for, and respond to COVID-19, that have not already been reimbursed
with Federal funds, including PPP.
Although the above services or assistance may be requested and received by a nonpublic
school, whether through reimbursement or direct provision, OSDE may not reimburse a
nonpublic school for:
o Improvements to ventilation systems (including windows), except for portable air purification
systems, which may be reimbursed.
o Staff training and professional development on sanitization, the use of PPE, and minimizing
the spread of COVID-19.
o Developing instructional plans, including curriculum development, for remote or hybrid
learning or to address learning loss.
o Initiating and maintaining education and support services or assistance for remote or hybrid
learning or to address learning loss.
o Any expenses reimbursed through a loan guaranteed under the PPP (15 U.S.C. 636(a)) prior to
December 27, 2020.
For additional information on allowable services or assistance, please see the Frequently
Asked Questions posted online at
https://oese.ed.gov/offices/education-stabilization-fund/
emergency-assistance-non-public-schools/.
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