MI Classroom Heroes Grants

GSRP, Head Start, Adult Education and Young Adult Special Education COVID-19 Grant Program

Thursday, March 11, 2021

11:00 AM

Please note, there is limited capacity for joining a TEAMs meeting. This webinar will be recorded and posted on the Webinar Series page.

The Michigan Department of Treasury, in partnership with Michigan School Business Officials (MSBO), Michigan Association of Non-Public Schools (MANS), Michigan Head Start Association (MHSA), Michigan Association of Community & Adult Education (MACAE), Michigan Association of Intermediate School Administrators (MAISA), and Michigan Association of Superintendents & Administrators (MASA), is pleased to announce  the  joint  webinar, "MI Classroom Heroes Grants-GSRP, Head Start, Adult Education and Young Adult Special Education COVID-19 Grant Program" at 11a.m. on March 11, 2021.

Topics will include an overview of Public Act 257 of 2020, classroom teacher eligibility requirements, the process for eligibility list submissions, and key dates.

 

MI Classroom Heroes Grants

GSRP, Head Start, Adult Education and Young Adult Special Education COVID-19 Grant Program

Agenda

  1. Welcome & Introductions
  2. Overview of the MI Classroom Heroes Grant Programs
  3. Review of classroom teacher qualifications
  4. Review of classroom teacher eligibility requirements
  5. Review of the Teacher Certification Form 5741 and Teacher Appeals Process
  6. Grant Eligibility List Submission Process (Michigan eSignature Solution)
  7. Question and Answer
  8. Closing Remarks

The event will be hosted by Treasury using Microsoft Teams. Please visit www.michigan.gov/MIClassroomHeroes for more information.

In addition, Treasury has developed a webpage with resources regarding the MI Classroom Heroes Grants- GSRP, Head Start, Adult Education and Young Adult Special Education COVID-19 Grant Program. The link to the MI Classroom Heroes Grants - GSRP, Head Start, Adult Education and Young Adult Special Education COVID-19 Grant Program is available at www.michigan.gov/MIClassroomHeroes.

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For more information on the MI Classroom Heroes Grants please visit www.michigan.gov/MIClassroomHeroes.

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Conference ID: 715 058 833#