Disadvantaged Pupil Impact Aid and Student Wellness and Success Funds reporting tool opens June 1
During the 2022-2023 school year, many schools had three separate funding streams available to provide student wellness activities: (1) Disadvantaged Pupil Impact Aid, (2) Base Cost Student Wellness and Success Funds and (3) remaining Student Wellness and Success Funds from fiscal years 2020 and 2021. Schools and districts must complete a report detailing the planning, use of funds and expenditures from the 2022-2023 school year for the three funding streams mentioned above. The Data Collection Tool is open June 1 through Aug. 1.
Schools and districts must report even if they did not spend any Disadvantaged Pupil Impact Aid, Base Cost Student Wellness and Success Component or remaining Student Wellness and Success funding in fiscal year 2023.
The Department offers the following guidance and resources for reporting:
- Guidance for Completion of the Fiscal Year 2023 DPIA and SWSF Data Collection Tool - The guidance document provides step-by-step instructions for completing the reporting tool.
- The FY23 Data Collection Tool Worksheet is on the Department’s Supporting Student Wellness webpage under “Reporting.” Use this tool as a template to help staff gather and complete reporting on Disadvantaged Pupil Impact Aid, Student Wellness and Success and Base Cost Student Wellness and Success for FY 23.
- Student Wellness Funding Comparison Guide - The comparison guide details allowable uses for each funding stream.
The survey is available in the Data Collection application in the OH|ID portal. Individuals identified as FORMS Data Entry, superintendents, superintendent designees, treasurers or treasurer designees for the school district in the Ohio Educational Directory System (OEDS) can complete the survey. Only superintendents or superintendent designees can submit the survey for completion.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions about completing and submitting the report.