2019-2020 Public Notice For Public Comment
2019-2020 ESSA Consolidated Federal Grant Application
2019-2020 ESSA Consolidated Federal Grant Application – Current

2019-2020 Special Education
Consolidated Grant Application

• PS3502-Private Nonprofit Schools Participation
• PS3400-Equitable Access and Participation
• GS2100-Application Information
• BS6006 Program Budget Summary and Support

2018-2019 Title I, Part C Carl D Perkins Career and Technical Education Act Grant Application
• CTE-Carl-D-Perkins-e-Grant

2018-2019 ESSA Solicitud Consolidada de Subsidio Federal
2018-2019 Solicitud Consolidada de Subsidio para Educación Especial
2018-2019 Solicitud de Subsidio Título I, Parte C Carl D Perkins de la Ley de Carrera y Educación Técnica

In accordance with United States Code (USC) Annotated, Title 20, Chapter 70, Subchapter IX, Part C, Section 7846, and Public Law (P.L.) 114-95, Every Student Success Act (ESSA), Section 8306, “any applicant, other than a state a state educational agency that submits a plan or application under this chapter or act, shall have on file with the state educational agency a single set of assurances, applicable to each program for which a plan or application is submitted.

Assurance #7. Before the application was submitted, the applicant afforded a reasonable opportunity for public comment on the application and considered such comment.

Please submit any comment for the 2018-2019 ESSA Consolidated Federal Grant Application to
ConFedGrant@bisd.us or call, Phone: (956) 548-8137, Phone: (956) 548-8231.

Please submit any comment for the 2018-2019 Special Education Consolidated Grant Application to
SpedConGrant@bisd.us or call, Phone: (956) 548-8137,

Please submit any comment for the 2018-2019 Special Education Consolidated Grant Application to
PerkinsActGrant@bisd.us or call, Phone: (956) 548-8251

De conformidad con el Código de Estados Unidos (USC) Anotado, Título 20, Capítulo 70, Subcapítulo IX, Parte C, Sección 7846 y la Ley Pública (P.L.) 114-95, Ley para el Éxito de Cada Estudiante (ESSA por sus siglas en inglés), Sección 8306, "cualquier solicitante, que no sea una agencia educativa del estado que envíe un plan o una solicitud bajo este capítulo o ley, tendrá que archivar un conjunto único de garantías ante la Agencia Estatal de Educación, aplicable a cada uno de los programas para los que se haya presentado un plan o una solicitud.

Garantía #7. Antes de la solicitud sea enviada, el solicitante debe ofrecer una oportunidad razonable para comentarios del público sobre la solicitud y considerar tales comentarios.

Favor de enviar cualquier comentario a xxxxx01@bisd.us o llámenos al Tel. # (956) 123-4567

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