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The district prepared a final plan for school board approval and such plan has been .... Describe how you intend to use Smart Schools Bond Act funds for ...

COPENHAGEN CSD

Status Date: 08/14/2015 00:51 PM

Smart Schools Investment Plan - CCS Phase One SSIP Overview Page Last Modified: 03/09/2017 Group 1 1.

Please enter the name of the person to contact regarding this submission. Darlene Rowsam

1a.

Please enter their phone number for follow up questions. 315-688-4031

1b.

Please enter their e-mail address for follow up contact. [email protected]

2.

Please indicate below whether this is the first submission, a new or supplemental submission or an amended submission of a Smart Schools Investment Plan. First submission

3.

All New York State public school districts are required to complete and submit a District Instructional Technology Plan survey to the New York State Education Department in compliance with Section 753 of the Education Law and per Part 100.12 of the Commissioner’s Regulations. Districts that include investments in high-speed broadband or wireless connectivity and/or learning technology equipment or facilities as part of their Smart Schools Investment Plan must have a submitted and approved Instructional Technology Plan survey on file with the New York State Education Department. By checking this box, you certify that the school district has an approved District Instructional Technology Plan survey on file with the New York State Education Department. District Educational Technology Plan Submitted to SED and Approved

4.

Pursuant to the requirements of the Smart Schools Bond Act, the planning process must include consultation with parents, teachers, students, community members, other stakeholders and any nonpublic schools located in the district. By checking the boxes below, you are certifying that you have engaged with those required stakeholders. Each box must be checked prior to submitting your Smart Schools Investment Plan. Parents Teachers Students Community members

4a.

If your district contains non-public schools, have you provided a timely opportunity for consultation with these stakeholders? Yes No N/A

5.

Certify that the following required steps have taken place by checking the boxes below: Each box must be checked prior to submitting your Smart Schools Investment Plan. The district developed and the school board approved a preliminary Smart Schools Investment Plan. The preliminary plan was posted on the district website for at least 30 days. The district included an address to which any written comments on the plan should be sent. The school board conducted a hearing that enabled stakeholders to respond to the preliminary plan. This hearing may have occured as part of a normal Board meeting, but adequate notice of the event must have been provided through local media and the district website for at least two weeks prior to the meeting. The district prepared a final plan for school board approval and such plan has been approved by the school board. The final proposed plan that has been submitted has been posted on the district's website.

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COPENHAGEN CSD Smart Schools Investment Plan - CCS Phase One SSIP Overview Page Last Modified: 03/09/2017 5a.

Please upload the proposed Smart Schools Investment Plan (SSIP) that was posted on the district's website, along with any supporting materials. Note that this should be different than your recently submitted Educational Technology Survey. The Final SSIP, as approved by the School Board, should also be posted on the website and remain there during the course of the projects contained therein. CCS NYS Smart Schools Investment Plan.pdf SSIP Public Hearing Presentation.pdf

5b.

Enter the webpage address where the final Smart Schools Investment Plan is posted. The Plan should remain posted for the life of the included projects. http://www.ccsknights.org/o/copenhagen-school/browse/4990

6.

Please enter an estimate of the total number of students and staff that will benefit from this Smart Schools Investment Plan based on the cumulative projects submitted to date. 625

7.

An LEA/School District may partner with one or more other LEA/School Districts to form a consortium to pool Smart Schools Bond Act funds for a project that meets all other Smart School Bond Act requirements. Each school district participating in the consortium will need to file an approved Smart Schools Investment Plan for the project and submit a signed Memorandum of Understanding that sets forth the details of the consortium including the roles of each respective district. The district plans to participate in a consortium to partner with other school district(s) to implement a Smart Schools project.

8.

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Please enter the name and 6-digit SED Code for each LEA/School District participating in the Consortium. Partner LEA/District

SED BEDS Code

(No Response)

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Please upload a signed Memorandum of Understanding with all of the participating Consortium partners. (No Response)

10.

Your district's Smart Schools Bond Act Allocation is: $625,435

11.

Enter the budget sub-allocations by category that you are submitting for approval at this time. If you are not budgeting SSBA funds for a category, please enter 0 (zero.) If the value entered is $0, you will not be required to complete that survey question. SubAllocations School Connectivity Connectivity Projects for Communities Classroom Technology Pre-Kindergarten Classrooms Replace Transportable Classrooms High-Tech Security Features Totals:

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0 0 243,900 0 0 0 243,900

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COPENHAGEN CSD Smart Schools Investment Plan - CCS Phase One School Connectivity Page Last Modified: 03/07/2017 Group 1 1.

In order for students and faculty to receive the maximum benefit from the technology made available under the Smart Schools Bond Act, their school buildings must possess sufficient connectivity infrastructure to ensure that devices can be used during the school day. Smart Schools Investment Plans must demonstrate that: • sufficient infrastructure that meets the Federal Communications Commission’s 100 Mbps per 1,000 students standard currently exists in the buildings where new devices will be deployed, or

• is a planned use of a portion of Smart Schools Bond Act funds, or • is under development through another funding source. Smart Schools Bond Act funds used for technology infrastructure or classroom technology investments must increase the number of school buildings that meet or exceed the minimum speed standard of 100 Mbps per 1,000 students and staff within 12 months. This standard may be met on either a contracted 24/7 firm service or a "burstable" capability. If the standard is met under the burstable criteria, it must be: 1. Specifically codified in a service contract with a provider, and 2. Guaranteed to be available to all students and devices as needed, particularly during periods of high demand, such as computer-based testing (CBT) periods. Please describe how your district already meets or is planning to meet this standard within 12 months of plan submission. (No Response)

1a.

If a district believes that it will be impossible to meet this standard within 12 months, it may apply for a waiver of this requirement, as described on the Smart Schools website. The waiver must be filed and approved by SED prior to submitting this survey. By checking this box, you are certifying that the school district has an approved waiver of this requirement on file with the New York State Education Department.

2.

Connectivity Speed Calculator (Required)

Calculated Speed

3.

Number of Students

Multiply by 100 Kbps

Divide by 1000 Current Speed to Convert to in Mb Required Speed in Mb

Expected Speed to be Attained Within 12 Months

Expected Date When Required Speed Will be Met

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Describe how you intend to use Smart Schools Bond Act funds for high-speed broadband and/or wireless connectivity projects in school buildings. (No Response)

4.

Describe the linkage between the district's District Instructional Technology Plan and the proposed projects. (There should be a link between your response to this question and your response to Question 1 in Part E. Curriculum and Instruction "What are the district's plans to use digital connectivity and technology to improve teaching and learning?) (No Response)

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COPENHAGEN CSD Smart Schools Investment Plan - CCS Phase One School Connectivity Page Last Modified: 03/07/2017 5.

If the district wishes to have students and staff access the Internet from wireless devices within the school building, or in close proximity to it, it must first ensure that it has a robust Wi-Fi network in place that has sufficient bandwidth to meet user demand.

Please describe how you have quantified this demand and how you plan to meet this demand. (No Response)

6.

As indicated on Page 5 of the guidance, the Office of Facilities Planning will have to conduct a preliminary review of all capital projects, including connectivity projects. Please indicate on a separate row each project number given to you by the Office of Facilities Planning.

Project Number (No Response)

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Certain high-tech security and connectivity infrastructure projects may be eligible for an expedited review process as determined by the Office of Facilities Planning. Was your project deemed eligible for streamlined review? (No Response)

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9.

Include the name and license number of the architect or engineer of record. Name

License Number

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If you are submitting an allocation for School Connectivity complete this table. Note that the calculated Total at the bottom of the table must equal the Total allocation for this category that you entered in the SSIP Overview overall budget. SubAllocation Network/Access Costs Outside Plant Costs School Internal Connections and Components Professional Services Testing Other Upfront Costs Other Costs Totals:

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COPENHAGEN CSD Smart Schools Investment Plan - CCS Phase One School Connectivity Page Last Modified: 03/07/2017 10.

Please detail the type, quantity, per unit cost and total cost of the eligible items under each sub-category. This is especially important for any expenditures listed under the "Other" category. All expenditures must be eligible for tax-exempt financing to be reimbursed through the SSBA. Sufficient detail must be provided so that we can verify this is the case. If you have any questions, please contact us directly through [email protected] NOTE: Wireless Access Points should be included in this category, not under Classroom Educational Technology, except those that will be loaned/purchased for nonpublic schools. Add rows under each sub-category for additional items, as needed. Select the allowable expenditure type. Repeat to add another item under each type. (No Response)

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Item to be purchased

Quantity

Cost per Item

Total Cost

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COPENHAGEN CSD Smart Schools Investment Plan - CCS Phase One Community Connectivity (Broadband and Wireless) Page Last Modified: 03/06/2017 Group 1 1.

Describe how you intend to use Smart Schools Bond Act funds for high-speed broadband and/or wireless connectivity projects in the community. (No Response)

2.

Please describe how the proposed project(s) will promote student achievement and increase student and/or staff access to the Internet in a manner that enhances student learning and/or instruction outside of the school day and/or school building. (No Response)

3.

Community connectivity projects must comply with all the necessary local building codes and regulations (building and related permits are not required prior to plan submission). I certify that we will comply with all the necessary local building codes and regulations.

4.

Please describe the physical location of the proposed investment. (No Response)

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6.

Please provide the initial list of partners participating in the Community Connectivity Broadband Project, along with their Federal Tax Identification (Employer Identification) number. Project Partners

Federal ID #

(No Response)

(No Response)

If you are submitting an allocation for Community Connectivity, complete this table. Note that the calculated Total at the bottom of the table must equal the Total allocation for this category that you entered in the SSIP Overview overall budget. Sub-Allocation Network/Access Costs Outside Plant Costs Tower Costs Customer Premises Equipment Professional Services Testing Other Upfront Costs Other Costs Totals:

7.

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Please detail the type, quantity, per unit cost and total cost of the eligible items under each sub-category. This is especially important for any expenditures listed under the "Other" category. All expenditures must be capital-bond eligible to be reimbursed through the SSBA. If you have any questions, please contact us directly through [email protected] Add rows under each sub-category for additional items, as needed.

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COPENHAGEN CSD Smart Schools Investment Plan - CCS Phase One Community Connectivity (Broadband and Wireless) Page Last Modified: 03/06/2017

Select the allowable expenditure type. Repeat to add another item under each type. (No Response)

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Item to be purchased

Quantity

Cost per Item

Total Cost

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COPENHAGEN CSD Smart Schools Investment Plan - CCS Phase One Classroom Learning Technology Page Last Modified: 03/09/2017 Questions 1.

In order for students and faculty to receive the maximum benefit from the technology made available under the Smart Schools Bond Act, their school buildings must possess sufficient connectivity infrastructure to ensure that devices can be used during the school day. Smart Schools Investment Plans must demonstrate that sufficient infrastructure that meets the Federal Communications Commission’s 100 Mbps per 1,000 students standard currently exists in the buildings where new devices will be deployed, or is a planned use of a portion of Smart Schools Bond Act funds, or is under development through another funding source. Smart Schools Bond Act funds used for technology infrastructure or classroom technology investments must increase the number of school buildings that meet or exceed the minimum speed standard of 100 Mbps per 1,000 students and staff within 12 months. This standard may be met on either a contracted 24/7 firm service or a "burstable" capability. If the standard is met under the burstable criteria, it must be: 1. Specifically codified in a service contract with a provider, and 2. Guaranteed to be available to all students and devices as needed, particularly during periods of high demand, such as computer-based testing (CBT) periods. Please describe how your district already meets or is planning to meet this standard within 12 months of plan submission. The district invested in its’ infrastructure through a capital project to posses sufficient connectivity to support effective use of devices within our school building. Copenhagen School currently has a 1 gig line out to ISP with fiber backbone within our building. We contract with the Mohawk Regional Information Center for our connectivity.

1a.

If a district believes that it will be impossible to meet this standard within 12 months, it may apply for a waiver of this requirement, as described on the Smart Schools website. The waiver must be filed and approved by SED prior to submitting this survey. By checking this box, you are certifying that the school district has an approved waiver of this requirement on file with the New York State Education Department.

2.

Connectivity Speed Calculator (Required)

Calculated Speed

3.

Number of Students

Multiply by 100 Kbps

Divide by 1000 Current Speed to Convert to in Mb Required Speed in Mb

Expected Speed to be Attained Within 12 Months

Expected Date When Required Speed Will be Met

481

48,100

48.1

1000

Current

1000

If the district wishes to have students and staff access the Internet from wireless devices within the school building, or in close proximity to it, it must first ensure that it has a robust Wi-Fi network in place that has sufficient bandwidth to meet user demand. Please describe how you have quantified this demand and how you plan to meet this demand. The district currently has high-speed broadband and a robust WiFi network capable of supporting existing and SSIP Phase I proposed technologies. The district utilizes a wireless controller to manage and prioritize traffic and access points. Phase II of our SSIP includes utilizing smart school funds to upgrade wireless connectivity throughput by replacing wireless connectivity access points with AC protocol with wave 2 technology.

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COPENHAGEN CSD

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Smart Schools Investment Plan - CCS Phase One Classroom Learning Technology Page Last Modified: 03/09/2017 4.

All New York State public school districts are required to complete and submit an Instructional Technology Plan survey to the New York State Education Department in compliance with Section 753 of the Education Law and per Part 100.12 of the Commissioner’s Regulations. Districts that include educational technology purchases as part of their Smart Schools Investment Plan must have a submitted and approved Instructional Technology Plan survey on file with the New York State Education Department. By checking this box, you are certifying that the school district has an approved Instructional Technology Plan survey on file with the New York State Education Department.

5.

Describe the devices you intend to purchase and their compatibility with existing or planned platforms or systems. Specifically address the adequacy of each facility's electrical, HVAC and other infrastructure necessary to install and support the operation of the planned technology. Technology provides the capacity for a complete redefinition of the teaching and learning process. We recognize that technology is not the focus, rather it is the foundation that supports and provides the strength for our learning program. It is our goal at CCS to purchase interactive displays to facilitate learning through technology in each of our instructional spaces to replace aging display solutions, (ie: smart boards and ceiling mounted projectors with projection screens). SSIP funding to provide the purchase of these displays will allow us to standardize interoperability and improve the instructional experience for our teachers and students. Our electrical capacity is adequate in all locations to support the technologies proposed for purchase.

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Describe how the proposed technology purchases will: > enhance differentiated instruction; > expand student learning inside and outside the classroom; > benefit students with disabilities and English language learners; and > contribute to the reduction of other learning gaps that have been identified within the district. The expectation is that districts will place a priority on addressing the needs of students who struggle to succeed in a rigorous curriculum. Responses in this section should specifically address this concern and align with the district’s Instructional Technology Plan (in particular Question 2 of E. Curriculum and Instruction: “Does the district's instructional technology plan address the needs of students with disabilities to ensure equitable access to instruction, materials and assessments?” and Question 3 of the same section: “Does the district's instructional technology plan address the provision of assistive technology specifically for students with disabilities to ensure access to and participation in the general curriculum?” We recognize that graduates of Copenhagen Central School will require different knowledge, skills, and expectations than previous generations in order to live and work successfully in our global society. To help create the society we desire, young adults will need to know how to learn in rapidly changing work settings, solve problems, and make decisions in an information-rich environment. They will also need to know how to communicate and work with an increasingly divergent peer group in a technologically-oriented society. Instructionally, we need to provide access to tools that enhance pedagogy and classroom lesson-design as well as to actively engage students in their learning. With regard to student learning, the specific classroom technologies we are seeking to purchase will enhance student learning by stimulating intellectual curiosity and capacity while increasing student engagement in their learning. Interactive displays facilitate problem-solving and collaboration between students and enables the educational program to replicate how students seek information in their lives. Our District's Instructional Technology Plan addresses the provision of assistive technology for students with disabilities. Currently in our 5th year of a 1:1 device initiative, now serving all students Grades K-12, our district has promoted a natural progression of technology integration for our staff and students. The hardware of choice for our District is the iPad which is proven to be an industry leader in its development and stability of disability options for our students with these needs. Through the use of mobile device management software, we manage the individual devices of students with IEPs and provide them with the specific applications and features recommended on their IEPs. These Interactive Displays are the next step we desire to provide the opportunity for high level collaboration with between our students, peers and their teachers. In addition, our Technology Plan allows for the provision of assistive technology devices such as augmentative communication devices and sound field systems, which are fully compatible with the displays we are seeking to purchase.

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COPENHAGEN CSD

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Smart Schools Investment Plan - CCS Phase One Classroom Learning Technology Page Last Modified: 03/09/2017 7.

Where appropriate, describe how the proposed technology purchases will enhance ongoing communication with parents and other stakeholders and help the district facilitate technology-based regional partnerships, including distance learning and other efforts. Upgrading and standardizing on our instructional display solutions throughout our district, will allow us to expand upon community partnerships and family connections throughout our District. The interactive displays will provide easy to use, readily available solutions with built-in video conferencing abilities that can serve our students (both onsite and homebound), families and community members. These technologies can and are used to provide opportunities for remote training (Fire, EMT, Coaching, etc.) as well as virtual visits for our students and staff both within the school day and beyond through the many family evening events our District promotes throughout the year. These units will also provide the ability for parents, teachers and administration to connect virtually when necessary to facilitate conferences, meetings and activity shares.

8.

Describe the district's plan to provide professional development to ensure that administrators, teachers and staff can employ the technology purchased to enhance instruction successfully. Note: This response should be aligned and expanded upon in accordance with your district’s response to Question 1 of F. Professional Development of your Instructional Technology Plan: “Please provide a summary of professional development offered to teachers and staff, for the time period covered by this plan, to support technology to enhance teaching and learning. Please include topics, audience and method of delivery within your summary.” Copenhagen Central School has a rich history of offering quality professional development in the field of instructional technologies. Having been recognized for our innovation in technology, our model has been studied and emulated in schools throughout the state. CCS was a leader in the implementation of interactive displays, starting in the late 1990s. Throughout the years, classrooms were first outfitted with projection devices linked to desktop computers, leading up to our current situation which includes a variety of display solutions that incorporate a range of interactivity from simple display to interactive touch devices. As each learning space was equipped, we made a conscious effort to match the instructional needs of the classroom and teacher with the available technology within the budget we had to work. This has brought us to a point where our staff understands the importance and philosophy of visual interactive delivery. They are anxious to cross that digital divide into the next generation of interactive classroom teaching and learning solutions. Our teachers and staff accept technological professional development as just another part of how we do business at CCS. Though the implementation of every project, from the early stages of digital content delivery, to 1:1, to cloud based computing, to learning management systems, teachers have come to expect ongoing quality professional development to ensure seamless, stress-free technology integration. As a district, through the leadership of our Technology Committee, professional development, combined with continuous support, is recognized as the anchor of successful classroom implementation. We have and will continue to utilize a variety of delivery methods to provide training for our staff. Those include but are not limited to: • New Teacher Orientation • Summer Boot Camps • “Tech Thursdays” • Model Schools Trending Technology Committee Participation • Just in Time Classroom Assistance • Superintendent’s Days • Faculty Meetings • Teacher Requests • Invitation by Interest • Professional Conferences • Webinars • Online Courses Beyond that, it is our goal to continue moving our teachers along the continuum from merely substituting technology for traditional classroom activities to completely redefining how learning occurs.

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COPENHAGEN CSD Smart Schools Investment Plan - CCS Phase One Classroom Learning Technology Page Last Modified: 03/09/2017 9.

Districts must contact the SUNY/CUNY teacher preparation program that supplies the largest number of the district's new teachers to request advice on innovative uses and best practices at the intersection of pedagogy and educational technology. By checking this box, you certify that you have contacted the SUNY/CUNY teacher preparation program that supplies the largest number of your new teachers to request advice on these issues.

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Please enter the name of the SUNY or CUNY Institution that you contacted. SUNY Potsdam

9b.

Enter the primary Institution phone number. 315-267-2515

9c.

Enter the name of the contact person with whom you consulted and/or will be collaborating with on innovative uses of technology and best practices. Robyn L. Hosley, Interim Dean, School of Education and Professional Studies

10.

A district whose Smart Schools Investment Plan proposes the purchase of technology devices and other hardware must account for nonpublic schools in the district. Are there nonpublic schools within your school district? Yes No

11.

Nonpublic Classroom Technology Loan Calculator The Smart Schools Bond Act provides that any Classroom Learning Technology purchases made using Smart Schools funds shall be lent, upon request, to nonpublic schools in the district. However, no school district shall be required to loan technology in amounts greater than the total obtained and spent on technology pursuant to the Smart Schools Bond Act and the value of such loan may not exceed the total of $250 multiplied by the nonpublic school enrollment in the base year at the time of enactment. See: http://www.p12.nysed.gov/mgtserv/smart_schools/docs/Smart_Schools_Bond_Act_Guidance_04.27.15_Final.pdf. 1. Classroom Technology Sub-allocation Calculated Nonpublic Loan Amount

12.

2. Public Enrollment (2014-15)

3. Nonpublic Enrollment (2014-15)

4. Sum of Public and Nonpublic Enrollment

5. Total Per Pupil Suballocation

6. Total Nonpublic Loan Amount

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To ensure the sustainability of technology purchases made with Smart Schools funds, districts must demonstrate a long-term plan to maintain and replace technology purchases supported by Smart Schools Bond Act funds. This sustainability plan shall demonstrate a district's capacity to support recurring costs of use that are ineligible for Smart Schools Bond Act funding such as device maintenance, technical support, Internet and wireless fees, maintenance of hotspots, staff professional development, building maintenance and the replacement of incidental items. Further, such a sustainability plan shall include a long-term plan for the replacement of purchased devices and equipment at the end of their useful life with other funding sources. By checking this box, you certify that the district has a sustainability plan as described above.

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COPENHAGEN CSD Smart Schools Investment Plan - CCS Phase One Classroom Learning Technology Page Last Modified: 03/09/2017 13.

Districts must ensure that devices purchased with Smart Schools Bond funds will be distributed, prepared for use, maintained and supported appropriately. Districts must maintain detailed device inventories in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles. By checking this box, you certify that the district has a distribution and inventory management plan and system in place.

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If you are submitting an allocation for Classroom Learning Technology complete this table. Note that the calculated Total at the bottom of the table must equal the Total allocation for this category that you entered in the SSIP Overview overall budget. Sub-Allocation Interactive Whiteboards

(No Response)

Computer Servers

(No Response)

Desktop Computers

(No Response)

Laptop Computers

(No Response)

Tablet Computers

(No Response)

Other Costs

243,900

Totals:

15.

243,900

Please detail the type, quantity, per unit cost and total cost of the eligible items under each sub-category. This is especially important for any expenditures listed under the "Other" category. All expenditures must be capital-bond eligible to be reimbursed through the SSBA. If you have any questions, please contact us directly through [email protected] Please specify in the "Item to be Purchased" field which specific expenditures and items are planned to meet the district's nonpublic loan requirement, if applicable. NOTE: Wireless Access Points that will be loaned/purchased for nonpublic schools should ONLY be included in this category, not under School Connectivity, where public school districts would list them. Add rows under each sub-category for additional items, as needed. Select the allowable expenditure type. Repeat to add another item under each type.

Item to be Purchased

Quantity

Cost per Item

Total Cost

Other Costs

Newline Interactive 75

45

4,495

202,275

Other Costs

Newline Interactive TRUTOUCH Wall Mount

45

75

3,375

Other Costs

Newline Interactive TRUTOUCH onBoard Computer (HD video) i&

45

850

38,250

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COPENHAGEN CSD Smart Schools Investment Plan - CCS Phase One Pre-Kindergarten Classrooms Page Last Modified: 03/09/2017 Group 1 1.

Provide information regarding how and where the district is currently serving pre-kindergarten students and justify the need for additional space with enrollment projections over 3 years. (No Response)

2.

Describe the district’s plan to construct, enhance or modernize education facilities to accommodate prekindergarten programs. Such plans must include: - Specific descriptions of what the district intends to do to each space; - An affirmation that pre-kindergarten classrooms will contain a minimum of 900 square feet per classroom; - The number of classrooms involved; - The approximate construction costs per classroom; and - Confirmation that the space is district-owned or has a long-term lease that exceeds the probable useful life of the improvements. (No Response)

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Smart Schools Bond Act funds may only be used for capital construction costs. Describe the type and amount of additional funds that will be required to support ineligible ongoing costs (e.g. instruction, supplies) associated with any additional pre-kindergarten classrooms that the district plans to add. (No Response)

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All plans and specifications for the erection, repair, enlargement or remodeling of school buildings in any public school district in the State must be reviewed and approved by the Commissioner. Districts that plan capital projects using their Smart Schools Bond Act funds will undergo a Preliminary Review Process by the Office of Facilities Planning. Please indicate on a separate row each project number given to you by the Office of Facilities Planning. Project Number (No Response)

5.

If you have made an allocation for Pre-Kindergarten Classrooms, complete this table. Note that the calculated Total at the bottom of the table must equal the Total allocation for this category that you entered in the SSIP Overview overall budget. Sub-Allocation Construct Pre-K Classrooms Enhance/Modernize Educational Facilities Other Costs Totals:

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Please detail the type, quantity, per unit cost and total cost of the eligible items under each sub-category. This is especially important for any expenditures listed under the "Other" category. All expenditures must be capital-bond eligible to be reimbursed through the SSBA. If you have any questions, please contact us directly through [email protected] Add rows under each sub-category for additional items, as needed.

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COPENHAGEN CSD Smart Schools Investment Plan - CCS Phase One Pre-Kindergarten Classrooms Page Last Modified: 03/09/2017

Select the allowable expenditure type. Repeat to add another item under each type. (No Response)

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Item to be purchased

Quantity

Cost per Item

Total Cost

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COPENHAGEN CSD Smart Schools Investment Plan - CCS Phase One Replace Transportable Classrooms Page Last Modified: 03/09/2017 Group 1 1.

Describe the district’s plan to construct, enhance or modernize education facilities to provide high-quality instructional space by replacing transportable classrooms. (No Response)

2.

All plans and specifications for the erection, repair, enlargement or remodeling of school buildings in any public school district in the State must be reviewed and approved by the Commissioner. Districts that plan capital projects using their Smart Schools Bond Act funds will undergo a Preliminary Review Process by the Office of Facilities Planning. Please indicate on a separate row each project number given to you by the Office of Facilities Planning. Project Number (No Response)

3.

For large projects that seek to blend Smart Schools Bond Act dollars with other funds, please note that Smart Schools Bond Act funds can be allocated on a pro rata basis depending on the number of new classrooms built that directly replace transportable classroom units. If a district seeks to blend Smart Schools Bond Act dollars with other funds describe below what other funds are being used and what portion of the money will be Smart Schools Bond Act funds. (No Response)

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If you have made an allocation for Replace Transportable Classrooms, complete this table. Note that the calculated Total at the bottom of the table must equal the Total allocation for this category that you entered in the SSIP Overview overall budget. Sub-Allocation Construct New Instructional Space

(No Response)

Enhance/Modernize Existing Instructional Space Other Costs

(No Response)

Totals:

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(No Response)

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Please detail the type, quantity, per unit cost and total cost of the eligible items under each sub-category. This is especially important for any expenditures listed under the "Other" category. All expenditures must be capital-bond eligible to be reimbursed through the SSBA. If you have any questions, please contact us directly through [email protected] Add rows under each sub-category for additional items, as needed. Select the allowable expenditure type. Repeat to add another item under each type. (No Response)

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Item to be purchased

Quantity

Cost per Item

Total Cost

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COPENHAGEN CSD Smart Schools Investment Plan - CCS Phase One High-Tech Security Features Page Last Modified: 03/09/2017 Group 1 1.

Describe how you intend to use Smart Schools Bond Act funds to install high-tech security features in school buildings and on school campuses. (No Response)

2.

All plans and specifications for the erection, repair, enlargement or remodeling of school buildings in any public school district in the State must be reviewed and approved by the Commissioner. Districts that plan capital projects using their Smart Schools Bond Act funds will undergo a Preliminary Review Process by the Office of Facilities Planning. Please indicate on a separate row each project number given to you by the Office of Facilities Planning.

Project Number (No Response)

3.

Was your project deemed eligible for streamlined Review? Yes No

4.

5.

Include the name and license number of the architect or engineer of record. Name

License Number

(No Response)

(No Response)

If you have made an allocation for High-Tech Security Features, complete this table. Note that the calculated Total at the bottom of the table must equal the Total allocation for this category that you entered in the SSIP Overview overall budget. Sub-Allocation Capital-Intensive Security Project (Standard Review) Electronic Security System

(No Response)

Entry Control System

(No Response)

Approved Door Hardening Project

(No Response)

Other Costs

(No Response)

Totals:

6.

(No Response)

0

Please detail the type, quantity, per unit cost and total cost of the eligible items under each sub-category. This is especially important for any expenditures listed under the "Other" category. All expenditures must be capital-bond eligible to be reimbursed through the SSBA. If you have any questions, please contact us directly through [email protected] Add rows under each sub-category for additional items, as needed. Select the allowable expenditure type. Repeat to add another item under each type. (No Response)

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Item to be purchased

Quantity

Cost per Item

Total Cost

(No Response)

(No Response)

(No Response)

(No Response)

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