Is it allowable for a district to use SIG 1003(g) funds for strategies that are already being implemented in the school?

Generally, a district may not use SIG 1003(g) funds for strategies that are already being implemented in the school, such as a State Board-approved turnaround plan. However, a district may use SIG 1003(g) funds to enhance and add to strategies already in place. Additionally, it may be allowable to use SIG 1003(g) funds if other funding sources currently used for the strategy are no longer available. The district must ensure each SIG implementation site continues to receive all local, state, and other federal funds that it would in the absence of SIG 1003(g) funds. Districts with specific questions regarding allowable uses of SIG 1003(g) funds should email bsi@fldoe.org.

Last Updated: 12/13/2016