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S.F. No. 768 - School-linked Mental Health Services
 
Author: Senator Greg D. Clausen
 
Prepared By: Ann Marie Butler, Senate Counsel (651/296-5301)
 
Date: February 17, 2017



 

Section 1Additional Revenue.  Provides for additional revenue for state-approved alternative programs operated by an intermediate school district, education district, service cooperative, or other joint powers entity. 

Effective Date. Makes the section effective for fiscal year 2018 and later.

Section 2.  Alternative Attendance Programs.  Requires the commissioner to pay additional revenue directly to the intermediate school district, education district, service cooperative, or other joint powers entity that operates a state-approve alternative program.

Effective Date. Makes the section effective for fiscal year 2018 and later.

Section 3.  Establishment and Authority.  Allows children’s mental health grants to be used to assist intermediate school districts or other cooperative units providing instruction to students in federal instructional settings of level 4 or higher.

Effective Date. Makes the section effective July 1, 2017.

Sections 4 and 5.  Staff Development Aid for Intermediate School Districts and Other Cooperative Units.  Changes the staff development grants into ongoing aid for intermediate school districts or other cooperative units providing instruction to students in federal instructional settings of level 4 or higher.

Section 6.  Appropriation; Commissioner of Health and Human Services.  Appropriates a blank amount to the commissioner of health and human services for children’s mental health grants to intermediate school districts or other cooperative units.

Section 7.  Appropriation.  Appropriates blank amounts for an intermediate school district program accountability student and for additional revenue for state-approved alternative programs.

Section 8.  Revisor’s Instruction.  Directs the revisor to codify the staff development aid for intermediate school districts and other cooperative units.

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