that receive program approval from the Department of Education can claim a
per pupil subsidy by submitting per pupil counts in October and April.
program must operate a minimum of ten hours a week in order for a district
to receive per pupil subsidy
for public four year old programs can only be received by a school
administrative unit. A school can
choose to partner or sub contract with a community based program in order
to provide a program. In those
cases, there must be a yearly Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), which
clearly explains the relationship and requirements of each party involved. This MOU must be submitted to the
Department of Education on a yearly basis.
Funding Collaboration Guidelines Document