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School Health Professional Grant Program (SHPG)
School Health Professional Grant (SHPG) - Application and Budget Templates
As of Thursday, March 19, 2020,
CDE Temporarily Pausing Competitive Grant Applications
In order to support districts focus on the current health situation, CDE is pausing all competitive grant program applications and review processes for the time being. Applications for competitive grant programs will be temporarily suspended until further notice. Applications submitted for competitive grant programs that have been submitted will be retained for future consideration.
The department will reassess the timing for competitive grant program applications and review in the coming weeks to determine the best way forward.
For questions, please contact Kim Burnham at firstname.lastname@example.org
SHPG Grant Applicaton due:
Tuesday, March 24, 2020 by 11:59 p.m. TBD See messaging above.
***If an applicant chooses to use the “Budget Narrative” tab on the RFP “SHPG Budget Template,” please indicate you are doing
so on your application. This will help reviewers during the grant review process.
The “Budget Narrative” tab on the “SHPG Budget Template” document is not included in the 10-page application limit.
Please note: If an applicant chooses to write the budget narrative in the application, it will count towards the 10-page
SHPG Application Training Webinar
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The School Health Professional Grant Program (SHPG) is designed to provide funds to eligible education providers to enhance the presence of school health professionals in both elementary and secondary schools.
School Health Professionals are defined as School Nurses, School Psychologists, School Social Workers and School Counselors.
This grant program intends to:
- Increase the presence of school health professionals in both elementary and secondary schools to provide substance abuse and behavioral health care to students who have substance abuse or other behavioral health needs
- Implement substance abuse prevention education and provide evidence-based resources to school staff, students and families
- Reduce barriers for enrolled students, who are at risk for substance abuse, to access services provided by community-based organizations for treatment and counseling.
New information as of 05/20/2020--SHPG Timelines
To address questions received on the School Health Professional Grant the following is provided:
- Budget revisions for FY19-20 will be accepted through June 1, 2020
- The last day to obligate these funds is June 30, 2020
- The final annual financial report is due September 30, 2020
- EOY Scorecard due September 30, 2020
- Next year's work plan and budget is due August 1, 2020
To address the unobligated funds for those grantees (Cohort 4) in their final year of the SHP grant the following is provided as it is a change in the current procedures.
- Grantees with unspent funds (unobligated funds) will be issued a No-Cost Extension (NCE) until June 30, 2021, allowing the program to continue the services as outlined in the approved budget. Changes in the scope cannot be requested as the application remains the guiding document.
- A final expenditures report will be due 90 days after the end of the NCE.
To address the unobligated for those grantees (Cohort 5) that will be in continuation of the SHP grant the following is provided:
- All unobligated funds will remain available for FY20-21. The annual financial report must be completed and a budget revision submitted with the additional funds added to the current year.
For additional fiscal questions, Contact Marti Rodriguez at Rodriguez_M@cde.state.co.us at any time.
School Health Professional Grant Funded Grantees Work Plan and Budget Templates
Cohort 4 (2017-20 Cohort)
School Health Professional Grant Fact Sheet
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Marijuana Use Prevention Resource Bank
Spotlights on Success
School Health Professional Grant 2017-2020 Cohort Updates
Funded Education Providers
The SHPG defined an eligible education provider as:
- A school district (on behalf of one or more K-12 schools);
- A Board of Cooperative Services (BOCES);
- A charter school (authorized by a school district or the Charter School Institute)