DinoCat Studio

Application Information

Applicant Serving as Fiscal Agent (Applicant Agency):

DinoCat Studio

County:

AppInfo County

Amount Requested:

App Info Amount Requested

Director of Agency:

Contact Name:

DA contact

Agency Name:

DA Agency

Phone:

DAPhone

Fax:

DA Fax

Email:

Grant Contact/Project Director: 

These fields will appear blank of the previous question was answered "Yes" and the Grant Contact/Project Director is the same as the Director of Agency. Adjust this language if the placeholders show up

Contact Name:

Agency Name:

Phone:

Fax:

Email:

DUNS Number:

111111111

Is the Grant Contact/Project Director the same contact as the Director of Agency?

Yes, the Grant Contact/Project Director is the same as the Director of Agency

DA Address, DA City 11111

Address:

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Address:

Data Collection and Evaluation Contact:

Contact Name:

DCEC contact

Phone:

DCEC Phone

Fax:

Email:

DCEC address, DCEC city 22222

Address:

Fiscal Contact:

Contact Name:

FC Contact

Phone:

FC Phone

Fax:

FC Fax

Email:

FC Address, FC City 33333

Address:

Iowa 21st Century Community Learning Centers Request for Applications FY22

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Past Grantee Supplemental Application Information

Have you ever been in non-compliance (received a letter notice from Iowa Department of Education stating non-compliance) with 21CCLC rules and regulations in the past three years? 

Did you meet your attendance goals for the past two years? (21CCLC funded sites are required to meet their attendance goals at a rate of 70% in year one and 80% by year three)

Please provide your enrollment numbers for the last three years of your previous 21CCLC grant.

Please provide your average daily attendance for the last threes years of your previous 21CCLC grant.

Did you meet your academic goals for the past two years?

How many of your local evaluation goals did you meet over the past two years?

How much have office referrals been reduced over the past five years of your grant?

After 5 years, how many community partners for sustainability have been recruited?

Have you exceeded the snack requirement, by providing a full meal?

Have you participated in required committee work in the last year? Attended:

Have you attended required Professional Development in the last year? Attended:

How many parent engagement meetings did you have in the last year of your most recent 21CCLC Grant?

How many field trips did you provide in the last year of your most recent 21CCLC Grant?

Have you provided children with the required snack?

Are you charging program fees to families?

Form Documentation

Legal Status of Applicant
Request for Competitive Priority
Minority Impact Statement
Private School Consultation Meeting Log
Sustainability Plan
Past Grantee Sustainability Form (if applicable)
Community Partner Official Notice
Assurances & Agreements Required of All Applicants
Collaborative Signatures

MOUs

Applicants were required to upload at least 5 and up to 10 MOUs. Not all buttons below will have an MOU attached. 

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Proposal Narrative

Abstract (Not scored)

The number of students served:

Abstract students

The total amount requested per year:

Abstract amount per year

The total amount per student:

Abstract amount per student

proposal

Student Needs Assessments (20 possible points) 

students

Project (24 possible points) 

project

Research Base (5 possible points)  

research

Management and Sustainability Plan (20 points) 

management

Communication Plan (5 possible points)

Partnerships (10 possible points) 

Partners

Evaluation (10 possible points) 

evaluation

Budget Narrative (10 possible points) 

budget

Supplemental Materials

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Before School (BS) Site Operations

Estimated Start Date:

August 1, 2021

Estimated End Date:

August 2, 2021

Total Number of Service Days:

BS Service

Total hours of Before School services per typical week:

BS Total hours

Monday 

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Start Time 

End Time 

Hours 

1

2

3

4

5

7

8

9

10

11

13

14

15

16

17

Saturday

6

12

18

After School (AS) Site Operations

Total hours of After School services per typical week:

AS Total Hours

Total Number of Service Days:

AS Service

Estimated End Date:

August 4, 2021

Estimated Start Date:

August 3, 2021

Monday 

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Start Time 

End Time 

Hours 

19

20

21

22

23

25

26

27

28

29

31

32

33

34

35

Saturday

24

30

36

Summer (SUM) Site Operations

Monday 

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Start Time 

End Time 

Hours 

37

38

39

40

41

43

44

45

46

47

49

50

51

52

53

Saturday

42

48

54

Estimated Start Date:

August 5, 2021

Estimated End Date:

August 6, 2021

Total Number of Service Days:

SUM Service

Total hours of Summer services per typical week:

SUm Total Hours

Adult Family Member Services

All 21CCLC programs are required to host a minimum of four family-centered events each year. A general rule of thumb is one per quarter. Examples of events include back-to-school celebrations, literacy nights, family game nights, recreational events, guest speakers, and so on. 

Describe Frequency, Duration, and Dosage:

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Estimated Total Number of Adult Family Members Served:*
Total Number of Family Events*
School Name

School 1

FE1

FE1-2

School 2

FE2

FE2-2

School 3

FE3

FE3-2

Form D1: 21CCLC Application Funding Request Summary
 

21CCLC TOTAL FUNDING REQUEST 

(Before and/or After School and Summer Program Funds) 

D1Pro

Number of program sites included in this application:

D1num

Total number of students being served (all sites for one year):

D1Y1

Total first-year funding request (all sites):

Total three-year funding request (all sites):

D1Y123

FUNDING FOR EACH SITE INCLUDED IN THIS APPLICATION 

NOTE: A program site may serve students from many schools. For example, a location that serves students from three (3) different schools would be considered one Program Site. 

Name of Program Site(s) 
Year 1 Funding Request 
Year 2 Funding Request 
Year 3 Funding Request 
Total Funding Request 
(3-year total) 
Number of Students Served per site per year 

School 1

Sc1Y1

Sc1Y2

Sc1Y3

Sc1Y123

Sc1111

School 2

Sc2Y1

Sc2Y2

Sc2Y3

Sc2Y123

Sc222

School 3

Sc3Y1

Sc3Y2

Sc3Y3

Sc3Y123

Sc333

School Year

Name of Program Site(s) 
Year 1 Funding Request 
Year 2 Funding Request 
Year 3 Funding Request 
Total Funding Request 
(3-year total) 
Number of Students Served per site per year 

Summer Pro 1

Su1Y1

Su1Y2

Su1Y3

Su1Y123

Su111

Summer Pro 2

Su2Y1

Su2Y2

Su2Y3

Su2Y123

Su222

Summer Pro 3

Su3Y1

Su3Y2

Su3Y3

Su3Y123

Su333

Summer School

Form D4: Applicant Agency’s Fiscal Resource Information 

It is recommended that each applicant, including school districts, public entities, or government agencies, possess sufficient fiscal resources in order to start up and operate the program being requested for a period of up to three months. Please indicate if you are a public entity or a private/non-profit by checking the appropriate box below and then use the text box at the bottom of the page to answer the questions regarding fiscal resources for start-up costs and operational costs. 

Public Entity

In the textbox below, please describe your funding sources that can be used to start up and operate the program for up to three months. For example, public entities should include their budget line item number, account numbers, or any other applicable references. Private organizations should describe cash, lines of credit, emergency loans, etc. Fiscal resource information should be specific (e.g., bank or lender names; name of the holder of the account).

 

* Note: If you do not have the financial resources available equal to the amount of funding you are requesting, you do not have the financial capacity for this project. Agencies that do not have adequate fiscal resources on hand are eligible to participate in the application process. However, the applicant must describe in this section the agency’s plan to secure the necessary fiscal resources for this program application. 

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Basic Service Components

If location for the program is different from the school where children attend, list both below:

Basic Service 2

School or Site/Building Name:

Basic Service 1

School or Site/Building Name:

Basic Service 3

School or Site/Building Name:
Do you plan to provide any of the following to meet the nutrition/food access needs of students?

Full meal (best practice)

Do you plan to follow best practices?

Yes, we will provide a free program to at-risk students in poverty as outlined in the guidance and consistent with the priority description in the application. All students on FRPL will attend for free. Only parents who can afford the program will pay a fee.Best Practice is that applicants serve a minimum of 50% of FRPL children at each school in the application to receive the bonus points.

 
 

Site Information 

2022-2025 Site Profile 

Site Info School

School/Agency Name:

School Name
(can apply for up to 3 sites) 
School-Wide Information 

Grades Served by School 

Total Enrollment 

Free and Reduced Lunch Rate 

# Targeted Students 

Grades Served by Program 

BS

AS

SUM

Target Schools

School 1

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

School 2

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

School 3

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

Total:

22

23

23