GENTLE REMINDER--Please disregard if already submitted
 

If your high school district has not yet completed the brief Perkins 'Intent to Apply' and State CTE/State VoEd application, this reminder is for you. The application deadline is Friday, April 28, 2017. Please refer to the information below which was previously emailed and listed in the OPI Summaries. If you received an email confirmation of your submittal, please be assured that we have received your request.  If you have questions or need assistance, feel free to contact Christy Hendricks at chendricks@mt.gov. 

For the districts who have already submitted your 'Intent' early, we sincerely THANK YOU!


The Office of Public Instruction has again this year combined both the Federal Carl D. Perkins'Intent to Apply' AND the State CTE/VoEd Funding application for school districts' convenience. You can apply for one or both funding programs using this one electronic form.

The online link to access and complete the combined Federal and State funding application is now available and listed below. It is also available on the Secondary CTE web page of the OPI website inside the Perkins Federal Funding tab.

Authorized Representatives of Local Education Agencies (LEAs) will use the online link to access and complete the brief electronic application for the 2017-2018 E-Grants cycle. All public high schools and K-12 districts with qualifying Career and Technical Edcuation (CTE) programs are eligible to apply for funding. Elementary districts are not eligible for Perkins or State CTE/VoEd monies. Districts will NOT receive a 2017-2018 Perkins allocation unless this electronic form is completed and submitted online at the OPI on or before the deadline. These designations are binding and cannot be changed once allocations have been downloaded into the E-Grants system. 

The application link is located here:

http://app.keysurvey.com/f/1026384/41f0/

The DEADLINE for submission of the combined application is April 28, 2017.

If you have questions, please contact Christy Hendricks, CTE/Perkins Data Control Specialist, at
chendricks@mt.gov or 406.444.9019.