REAP Flexibility, a component of the
School Achievement Program, provides eligible school districts with greater flexibility in using the formula grant funds they receive under certain state-administered federal programs.
Unlike the SRSAP Grant, REAP Flexibility is not a grant and does not provide school districts with funding. Rather, it gives districts greater latitude in spending funds.
Download the complete list of SRSA and REAP Flexibility 2012-13 Eligible School Districts (PDF).
School District Eligibility
- A total average daily attendance (ADA) of less than 600 students
Serve only schools that are located in counties that have a population density of fewer than 10 persons per square mile
- Serve only schools that have a National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) school locale code of 7 or 8, or are located in an area of the state defined as rural by a state agency.
Use of Funds
REAP Flexibility allows eligible school districts to combine/pool the following allocations:
- Title II, Part A - Teacher and Principal Training Fund
REAP Flexibility school districts may apply those combined/pooled funds to allowable activities under:
- Title I, A Improving Basic Programs
- Title II, A Teacher and Principal Training Fund
- Title II, D Enhancing Education through Technology
- Title III English Language Acquisition, Enhancement,
Achievement Improving Language Instruction
- Title IV, A Safe and Drug-Free Schools
- Title IV, B 21st Century Community Learning Centers
- Title V, A Innovative Programs
Private School Equitable Participation
Private schools are eligible to participate in professional development activities under Title II, A and professional development. Note: Funds should never be paid directly to private schools.
Discontinued Funding: Title II, D, Title IV, A, and Title V, A
Title II, D Enhancing Education through Technology and Title IV, A Safe and Drug-Free Schools funding are no longer available. Therefore, the
Title II, D and Title IV, A grant applications are removed from iGrants. If a district would like to use part or all of their combined funds for
technology or safe and drug-free activities, those same activities are allowable under Title V, A.
Title V, A Innovative Programs funding is no longer available; however, a district may continue to REAP into this program for maximum flexibility using the 27 allowable activities under this program.