Accountability Forms

Funding Application and Proposed Budget

In order to receive state CTE funding, the Local Education Agency (LEA) CTE director must annually submit a Funding Application with Proposed Budget for the coming year. The application identifies that the school and district are committed to meeting all assurances of the College and Career Awareness program. The Funding Application and Proposed Budget is due to the Utah State Board of Education (USBE) April 1 of the year. 

Applications that receive a not met rating on any section will be disapproved for funding the following year.

Fiscal Year 2022 Funding Application and Proposed Budget

End of Year Summary

In order to receive state College and Career Awareness funding, all junior high/middle schools providing the 7th grade College and Career Awareness program must annually submit a College and Career Awareness End of Year Summary due to USBE April 1 (no earlier than March 15) each year.

In order to receive state CTE funding, all junior high/middle schools providing the College and Career Awareness program must annually submit a College and Career Awareness End of Year Summary due to the USBE by April 1 (no earlier than March 15) each year. 

The state specialist will review the End of Year Summary annually.

Fiscal Year 2022 End of Year Summary

End of Year Summary Training (YouTube)