Chapter 11. Special Programs Subchapter 18. Grant Program for Healthy Start Article 1. Grants Operational Grants.
Operational grants applicants must be demonstrate:
(a) That the students and families they intend to serve have exceptional health, social, education, and/or economic needs, as described in Education Code section 8801;
(b) That the applicant understands these needs and available resources;
(c) That the goals for students and families in the applicable community are clearly stated;
(d) That specific client-centered outcomes are identified that the applicant seeks to achieve;
(e) That the proposed programs will emphasize the provision of services which are prevention-oriented;
(f) Evidence that the applicant represents a local agency collaboration which will be functioning on behalf of children, youth, and their families, and that those participating in the local agency collaboration support the application;
(g) Evidence that the participants in the local agency collaboration offer a comprehensive plan for the activities that participating agencies will undertake; and
(h) That the applicant has maximized the use of existing financial and programmatic resources to implement fundamental changes to improve access to services and achieve the desired goals and client-centered outcomes.
(i) That the applicant shall comply with all state and federal laws pertaining to confidentiality of student records and privacy, including, but not limited to FERPA (Family Educational Right to Privacy Act, 20 U.S.C. 1232g) and PPRA (Protection of Pupil Rights Act, 20 U.S.C. 1232h), as well as state and federal laws pertaining to the confidentiality of medical records, including but not limited to, HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, 42 U.S.C. 1320d, et seq.).
Education Code 8804(b)
Education Code 8804(i)
Education Code 8801
Education Code 8804
Education Code 8806
(Amended by Register 2005, No. 42.)