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Grants and Other Financial Assistance Programs

FY2019: Youth Caseworker to Reduce School Violence in the Public Schools in the City of Chelsea and Everett Earmark

Fund Code: 220

Purpose / Priorities:

The purpose of this RFP is to administer state legislative earmarks to Public School districts as outlined in the FY2019 state budget.


As outlined in the FY2019 state budget language Targeted Assistance funds associated with the DESE admin account: 7061-9408.

Funding Type:

State Funded Legislative Earmark


$150,000 (Chelsea: $75,000; Everett: $75,000)

Funding is contingent upon availability. All dollar amounts listed are estimated/approximate and are subject to change. If more funding is to become available it will be distributed under the same guideline as listed in the initial RFP document.

Fund Use:

As outlined in the state budget language Targeted Assistance funds associated with the DESE main admin account: 7061-9408.

Project Duration:

Upon Approval – 6 /30/2019

Program Unit:

Statewide System of Support, Center for District Support


For questions contact Abigail T. Slayton, Office of Regional Support at (781) 338-3517.

Date Due:

Monday, October 22, 2018

Required Forms:
Download Word Document
Part I — General — Program Unit Signature Page — (Standard Contract Form and Application for Program Grants)

Additional Information:

If you have any questions regarding the funds earmarked in this account, please contact the state legislative contact on this funding. Grants Management can assist with submission in EdGrants.

  1. Log in to EdGrants
  2. Register to the Funding Opportunity: ESE - FY19 Fund Code 220 - Youth Caseworker to Reduce School Violence (State) EARMARK
  3. Create the project and name it "FY19 220 EARMARK (Applicant / LEA Name)"
  4. Complete the Application Submission

All items listed under the required forms section of this RFP should be uploaded / attached in the Attachments List formlet of the Application Submission in EdGrants. The final budget the applicant is requesting will be entered directly into EdGrants as part of the application submission process.

For Guidance Documents regarding EdGrants, visit EdGrants: User Guides and Information.

Please note: It is up to the district to determine who they want to add as EdGrants Front Office users in order to submit grant application as well as payment request information. Please review the EdGrants: User Security Controls to make informed decisions regarding assigning your district level users.

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