By December 31 of the school fiscal year following the year of attendance, the district of residence shall pay at least one-half of any tuition and transportation obligation established under subsection (5)(a)(i) out of the money realized to date from the district tuition or transportation fund levy. The remaining tuition and transportation obligation must be paid by June 15 of the school fiscal year following the year of attendance.
Check with your software vendor to see if a year-end backup is required.
After final payroll, reconcile quarterly payroll reports for the calendar year with W-2 totals.
All high schools that received funding from the Carl D. Perkins federal grant program in 2023-2024 are required to complete this fall follow up collection to maintain their eligibility to receive Perkins funding.
Students identified as CTE Concentrators last year (2022-2023) and graduated in the spring of 2023 should be contacted between November 15 and December 31 and asked their current post-graduation status. After contact, the appropriate post-graduation status code must be entered into the AIM/Infinite Campus data system for each CTE Concentrator.
Students identified as American Indian in the AIM system at the time the data is imported into the MAEFAIRS fall count (October 4, 2021) will generate funding for the Student Achievement Gap (SAG) payment in the ensuing year (FY205).
Verify that the “Students Imported from AIM In SAG Report” (access in MAEFAIRS) accurately reports the number of American Indian students enrolled in the district.
The deadline to submit changes is December 31, 2023 (see ARM 10.21.204).