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Helen,
We have not received word yet.
Denise Askew
Pfeiffer University

Shub, Helen wrote:

>We are in our first year and have received no word about an Interim
>Performance Report.  Has anyone who is in their first year received any
>notice about this?
>
>Helen Shub
>Palm Beach Community College
>
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: US Department of Education Title III List Server
>[mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Linda Dowden
>Sent: Tuesday, March 23, 2004 10:17 AM
>To: [log in to unmask]
>Subject: Re: ED midyear report: when to expect notice?
>
>Scott et al,
>
>Over the past several years there have been shifting timelines and
>reporting formats for Title III grants.  But I think that the reporting
>for 2004 will follow the pattern for 2003.
>
>It is my understanding that for 2004 (like in 2003) ONLY projects in
>their first year will be required to submit an Interim Performance
>Report(IPR)this Spring.   An Interim Performance Report is needed for
>first year projects to document some type of progress toward achievement
>of first year objectives, in order for staff to approve the release of
>second year grant monies.  For projects in years 2, 3, and 4, the Annual
>Performance Report (APR) which has historically been due within 90 days
>of the close of the grant year will be used to document progress for the
>subsequent year's funding.  That APR report was submitted electronically
>in February 2004 by all grants in year's 2, 3, and 4 (reporting on
>outcomes for project years' 1, 2, and 3).   I have been told that grants
>in their final project year do not have to necessarily have to complete
>an APR, but must only complete the Final Performance Report at grant's
>end - although I do know that many 5th year projects submitted an Annual
>Performance Report covering outcomes of their 4th grant year in Feb 2004
>of their 5th grant year.
>
>To my knowledge, no specific date has been yet for submission of IPR's
>by first year's grantees - all grantees are still awaiting word.  There
>have been significant changes in Title III program leadership over the
>past many months, but program officers should be able to verify that
>only first year grantees need be concerned about submitting a report
>before the Annual Performance Report due toward the end of the year.
>
>I hope this helps.
>
>Linda Dowden
>Institutional Development Specialist
>
>
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: US Department of Education Title III List Server
>[mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Scott
>Garrison
>Sent: Friday, March 19, 2004 10:40 AM
>To: [log in to unmask]
>Subject: ED midyear report: when to expect notice?
>
>
>Hello everyone--
>
>For those of you who are past your first year of T3, when does ED
>usually send out notification of its midyear report requirements,
>deadlines, etc.?
>
>I'd heard that we're supposed to get ED's report request in March, for a
>report due in April, but we haven't heard anything yet.
>
>Thanks in advance...
>
>--SG
>
>Scott Garrison, MLS
>Title III Project Manager
>312 Warriner Hall
>Central Michigan University
>Mount Pleasant, MI 48859 USA
>v:989.774.2897
>e:scott dot garrison at cmich dot edu
>
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