Grant: $872,587,225 - Office of Elementary and Secondary Education - May. 29, 2009
26% voted satisfied - 74% voted not satisfied - 19 vote(s) cast
Award Description: Education Fund-for the support of public elementary, secondary, and postsecondary education and, as applicable, early childhood education programs and services.
Project Description: For the support of public elementary, secondary, and postsecondary education, and, as applicable, early childhood education programs and services.
Infrastructure Description: The following infrastructure projects were fully or partially funded with SFSF monies at the sub-recipient level: replacement of a 48 year old steam heating system, replacement of the roofing at a junior and senior high school, repair of leaking classroom windows and a portion of the affected gym floor, repairs to locker room windows, updating a distance learning classroom to include air conditioning in the computer lab, and creating a separate bus arrival and departure area at a middle school to enhance student safety. These renovations and repairs helped to retain jobs in the community, to increase student health and safety, and to improve the learning environment. Infrastructure projects were at the elementary and secondary education level.
Jobs Summary: State Fiscal Stabilization Fund (SFSF) sub-recipients created and retained jobs in several categories. The majority of sub-recipients retained jobs, indicating that they would have had to lay off the positions that were retained by the use of SFSF monies. The following jobs categories apply to the positions that were created and/or retained: K-12 Teachers in the following subject areas - Language Arts, Science, Math, Physical Education, Social Studies, Art, Music, Drama, Spanish, Computer Technology, English as a Second Language, Business Management, Reading Recovery, English, Home Economics, Chemistry, Physics, Economics, Government, U.S. History, World Languages, and General Education; Supplemental Enrichment Instructors; Paraprofessionals; Bus Drivers; Custodians; Mechanics; Administrative Professionals; School Librarians; School Counselors; Recess Aides; Library Aides; Social Workers; Nurses; Hall Monitors; Athletic Directors; Media Specialists; Literacy Coaches; Cooks; Technology Assistants; Principals; School Administrators; Support Staff; and Assistant Principals. (Total jobs reported: 12,454)
Project Status: More than 50% Completed
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|Cross Creek Charter Academy||$264,899||BYRON CENTER||MI|
|Crossroads Charter Academy Inc||$213,710||BIG RAPIDS||MI|
|Croswell Lexington Community Schools||$857,363||CROSWELL||MI|
|Da Vinci Institute||$98,992||JACKSON||MI|
|David Ellis Academy||$119,552||DETROIT||MI|
|David Ellis Academy-West||$264,579||REDFORD||MI|
|Davison Community School District||$2,029,621||DAVISON||MI|
|The Dearborn Academy||$176,632||DEARBORN||MI|
|Dearborn Public School District||$6,679,003||DEARBORN||MI|
|Dearborn Heights School District 7||$1,060,958||DEARBORN HEIGHTS||MI|
|Decatur Public School District||$386,110||DECATUR||MI|
|Deckerville Community Schools||$257,087||DECKERVILLE||MI|
|Deerfield Public School District||$118,525||DEERFIELD||MI|
|De Tour Village Area School District||$77,160||DE TOUR VILLAGE||MI|
|Detroit Academy of Arts & Sciences||$758,680||DETROIT||MI|
|Detroit School District||$35,509,923||DETROIT||MI|