Information for State-Funded Grantees
- 21st Century Community Learning Centers –As of August 25, 2020. 21st CCLC is fully funded and is accepting Fall 2020 Program Modification Requests. Flexibility regarding when out of school time can occur are being approved on a case by case basis as long as the programming supplements and does not supplant day school programming. Visit here to see recent updates on 21st CCLC programs in New York.
- Extended School Day/School Violence Prevention – As of September 22, 2020. ESD/SVP grantees that need to make program modifications due to school districts virtual and hybrid schooling responses to COVID 19 should have received a temporary modification form for the 2020-2021 program year similar to the one released last spring for use during the 2019-20 program year. SED has not received guidance from DOB regarding what the FY 20-21 funding levels will be by program, and therefore, SED has not been able to release initial payments. The Division of Budget (DOB) has also stated that certain state programs, including ESD/SVP grants, have been approved for the release of 80% of claims that have been submitted for fiscal year (FY) 2019-20. Also, most ESD/SVP grantees have received notification from the program office that submitted budgets for FY 2020-21 have been programmatically approved by ESD/SVP staff. Please note that although these budgets have been given approval by the program office, the release of funds is a process external to the office and they are unable to forecast when that process will take place.
- Empire State After-School Program – As of November 19, 2020, grantees should have received information about new contract flexibilities and requirements from OCFS. A webinar was held for grantees on November 19th, and the slides from that can be viewed here.
- Advantage After School Program – As of November 19, 2020, grantees should have received information about new contract flexibilities and requirements from OCFS. A webinar was held for grantees on November 19th, and the slides from that can be viewed here.
*The Network for Youth Success is in frequent contact with the Office of Children and Family Services and the State Education Department to continue advocacy and will provide updates as they become available.