The Rural Education Achievement Program (REAP) is committed to supporting local educational agencies (LEAs) as they implement Federal grant programs. Part of this commitment includes implementing a monitoring process designed to not only address REAP’s responsibilities for fiscal and programmatic oversight, but to also identify areas in which LEAs need assistance and support to meet their goals and obligations.
The REAP monitoring process for LEAs receiving Title V, Part B funds is intended to be LEA-centered and is conducted either on-site or virtually. As part of regular monitoring, the REAP team reviews an LEA’s grant administration and fiscal management processes, based on information provided through the monitoring process, and other relevant qualitative and quantitative data. The primary goal of monitoring is to ensure that implementation of the Small, Rural School Achievement (SRSA) program is consistent with the fiscal, administrative, and select program requirements contained in the Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards (Uniform Guidance: 2 Code of Federal Regulations (C.F.R.) Part 200), the Education Department General Administrative Requirements (EDGAR), and the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 (ESEA), as amended.
All monitoring reports are provided in the sortable table below and assess an LEA’s grant administration and fiscal management processes, based on information provided through the review process, and other relevant qualitative and quantitative data. Monitoring reports are designed to communicate to LEAs and stakeholders the status of program implementation, noting areas where the LEA is excelling and areas that require attention.
|LOCAL EDUCATIONAL AGENCY||STATE||FISCAL YEAR||REPORT|
|Alton School District||NH||2020|
|Bement CUSD 5||IL||2020|
|Highmore-Harrold School District 34-2||SD||2020|
|Morrill Public School||NE||2020|
|North Wood R-IV||MO||2020|
|Polo CUSD 222||IL||2020|