CNMI PSS publishes a variety of fiscal reports in order to comply with open government and fiscal obligations. On this page you will find yearly District Audit reports, Consolidated Federal Grant applications, Federal Grant Reports, and other reports documenting the use of US Federal funding in PSS programs. If you have questions, or cannot locate the report you are looking for, please contact our Federal Programs Office using one of the methods listed below.
The CNMI Public School System publishes yearly audits of its finances on this page. Audits from Fiscal Year 2009 to Fiscal Year 2016 are available by request from the office of the CNMI Public School System’s Internal Auditor via the contact information listed below.
- Fiscal Year 2017 Audit (pending)
School Year 14-15 Consolidated Grant Application Part 1
School Year 14-15 Consolidated Grant Application Part 2
School Year 14-15 Consolidated Grant Application Part 3
School Year 14-15 Consolidated Grant Application Part 4
School Year 13-14 Consolidate Grant Application Part 1
School Year 13-14 Consolidate Grant Application Part 2
School Year 13-14 Consolidate Grant Application Part 3
School Year 13-14 Consolidate Grant Application Part 4
Please find the Annual Reports, Biannual Reports, Biennial Reports and Federal Programs Office Annual Report.
Federal Grant – Purpose smart Goal expected outcomes timeline
CNMI PSS 2012 2ndQtrReportPartA
CNMI PSS 2012 2ndQtrReportPartB
CNMI PSS Annual Report on USDOE Grants-1(Nov,2010)
CNMI PSS Annual Report on USDOE Grants-2(Nov,2010)
CNMI PSS Annual Report on USDOE Grants-3(Nov,2010)
CNMI Public School System Federal Programs Third Quarter Report(2010)
Alignment of the Consolidated Grant with Admin Priorities PPT
Federal Program Grants for FY14 as of July 2, 2014 PPT
Federal Program Grants for FY14 as of June 13, 2014 PPT
Federal Program Grants for FY14 as of July 29, 2014 PPT
Federal Program Grants for FY14 as of August 22, 2014 PPT
The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) provide impact aid grants that are designed to stimulate the economy and jump start school reform efforts. The ARRA grants are one-time school improvement grants that improve teaching and learning by saving and creating teacher jobs, repairing school facilities and by infusing technology upgrades in our classrooms such as computers, smart boards, etc. for student and teacher use both at school and at home.
The Education Stabilization Fund as developed by the PSS at $32.3 million for the PSS and $4 million for the NMC for a total of $36.3 million is the largest federal grant ever received in the CNMI. The PSS share of the grant, $32.3 million, is being used for the following purposes:
- $14.9 million to support 180 teaching staff across two years;
- $11.7 million for repairs, renovations and school modernization;
- $ 2.5 million for Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs;
- $ 1.8 million for Utilities;
- $ 1.7 million for the one laptop per child initiative;
- $ .7 million for program administration.
The ARRA Consolidated Grant at $3.6 million provides funding for a series of educational initiatives that PSS had wanted to undertake for years but had not due to a lack of funding. The educational initiatives are as follows:
- Turning around the five lowest performing schools at $610,000;
- Support for schools showing growth in student achievement but still needing additional support $391,000;
- Summer seminars for teachers $946,000;
- School leadership improvement program $264,800;
- Network Upgrades $190,000;
- Teacher Academy Program $135,000;
- Parental Involvement $100,000;
- Summer Reading Program $120,000;
- Central Electronic Archive $100,000.
The Federal Transit ARRA grants provide $1.1 million for the renovation of the Bus Depot and Warehouse at lower Base.
The Head start ARRA grants at $205,290 provide college courses and cost of living adjustments (COLA) for our Head Start staff.
The Special Education Part B ARRA grant at $174,906 provides funding for SPED teachers to get MA degrees.
The Special Education Part C grant at $16,323 provides for training for teachers and support staff working with infants and toddlers;
The TEFAP ARRA in the amount of $19,851 provides support for Head Start parents.
Total ARRA grants received by the PSS $39,558,384
ARRA Quarterly Reports: April to June 2011
PSS Consolidated ARRA $3,595,560 – June 2011 Quarterly Report
PSS FTA ARRA Bus Facility $1,061,782 – June 2011 Quarterly Rpt
PSS FTA-ARRA Bus Facility $52,510 – June 2011 Quarterly Rpt
PSS SpEd Part B ARRA $174,906 – June 2011 Quarterly Rpt
PSS SpEd Part C ARRA $16,323 – June 2011 Quarterly Rpt
FINAL ARRA Headstart $205,290 Report Filed as of March 2011
FINAL ARRA USDA TEFAP $7,713 Report Filed as of June 2010
ARRA Quarterly Reports: January to March 2011
ARRA Headstart $205,290 Jan-Mar2011 Quarterly Rpt
ARRA FTA (Bus Facility) $1,061,782 Jan-Mar2011 Quarterly Rpt
ARRA FTA (Bus Facility) $52,510 Jan-Mar2011 Quarterly Rpt
ARRA Consolidated $3,595,560 Jan-Mar2011 Quarterly Rpt
ARRA SpEd Part B $174,906 Jan-Mar2011 Quarterly Rpt
ARRA SpEd Part C $16,323 Jan-Mar2011 Quarterly Rpt
ARRA Quarterly Reports: July to September 2010
ARRA Consolidated $1,797,780 Jul1-Sep30 2010
ARRA FTA($1,061,782 Bus Facility Jul-Sep2010 Rpt Oct4,2010
ARRA FTA $52,510 Bus Facility Jul-Sep2010 Oct3,2010 Rpt
ARRA Headstart $205,290 July1-Sep30 2010 Oct10,2010 Rpt
ARRA Spec Ed Part B $174,906 July-Sep2010 (Oct27,2010)
ARRA SpecEd PartC $16,323 July-Sep2010 (Oct27,2010)
ARRA Quarterly Reports: April to June 2010
ARRA FTA (Bus Facility) $1,061,782 Apr-Jun2010 Rpt
ARRA USDA TEFAP(FNS) Apr-Jun 2010 Rpt
ARRA USDE Consolidated Apr-Jun2010 Rpt
ARRA SpecEd Part B $174,906 Apr-Jun2010 Rpt
ARRA Head Start $205,290 Apr-Jun2010 Rpt
ARRA FTA(Bus Facility) $52,510 Apr-Jun2010 Rpt
ARRA SpecEd Part C $16,323 Apr-Jun2010 Rpt
ARRA Quarterly Reports: December 2010
For more info contact:
Tim Thornburgh, Federal Programs Officer
Tel: 237-3065, 783-8993, 664-3836