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Changes to the 2016-17 Forms
RSU (Rate Setting Unit) Forms and CPSE (Committee on Preschool Special Education Administrative Forms and Schedules) are now 2 form sets. Each requires a separate edit report and superintendent certification.
Form Set A - Attendance
New Items: 84b. Total Resident 4 Yr Olds with Disabilities served for 4 Hrs or More per Day in 4410 Preschool Program
79b. Resident Enrollment BOCES Full Time General Education - BEDS (item 4d)
Form Set FB - Building and Misc.
New Form - Schedule W: Water Testing and Remediation Aid
Form Set FT - Transportation
All new claim process for aid on contract expense. Current year aid will only be paid on Schedule J expense associated with approved contracts.
Form Set ST-3
General Fund – New accounts added for reporting projected expenses including:
•Reimbursement of MTA Payroll Tax A2730
•Federal Fiscal Stabilization Grant for the Deficit Reduction Assessment Restoration A4285
•Interest Subsidy For Build America Bonds. A4289
•Payment of MTA Payroll Tax. A1980.4
•For information on accounting changes please see the publication "American Recovery and Reinvestment Act Accounting and Reporting" published by the Office of the State Comptroller (Division of Local Government and School Accountability http://osc.state.ny.us/localgov/index.htm)
Special Aid Fund
Beginning in Claim Year 2009-10 reporting of expenses for Pupil Transportation for Students with Disabilities (Education Law Section 4408, Section 4201, and OMRDD Chapters 47/66 & JULY/AUGUST Programs) has been separated to account for Pupil Transportation EXCLUDING SUMMER and Pupil Transportation SUMMER Transportation ONLY.
•SS - 2 Statement of Non Current Governmental Liabilities
•New Account - Other Post Employment Benefits (OPEB) W683.
•For a complete summary of ST-3 changes for 2009-10 Claim Year see: http://stateaid.nysed.gov/st3/st3change_fiscal_year_end_063009.htm
ST-3 Help File Changes
The majority of ST-3 help text for 09-10 Claim Year has been updated – however further updates will be published as more information is received from the Office of the State Comptroller. The most current information can always be found on the State Aid Web site: http://stateaid.nysed.gov/