TURNING POINT ACADEMY PUBLIC CHARTER SCHOOL - RFA and Charter School Application SY 2020-2021

Agency: Prince George
State: Maryland
Type of Government: State & Local
NAICS Category:
  • 485510 - Charter Bus Industry
Posted Date: Sep 4, 2019
Due Date: Oct 11, 2019
Solicitation No: 008-20
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Bid: TURNING POINT ACADEMY PUBLIC CHARTER SCHOOL - RFA and Charter School Application SY 2020-2021

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PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
CHARTER SCHOOL APPLICATION
For the Management of:
Turning Point Academy
Public Charter School
Beginning School Year 2020-2021
PUBLIC CHARTER SCHOOLS
OFFICE OF CHARTER & CO
NTRACT SCHOOL DEVELOPMENT
Prince George's County Public Schools Mission
To provide a great education that empowers all students and contributes to thriving communities.
About PGCPS
Prince George’s County Public Schools’ vision,
mission, and core values are the compass which
guides our actions.
Our Vision
Our vision statement paints a future where all
students, regardless of background or experiences,
have access to high-quality learning environments, a
broad array of educational opportunities, and
effective support systems that equip them to
graduate college and career ready.
PGCPS will be a GREAT school system recognized for providing education services which ensure that
every student in our diverse school district graduates ready for college and careers in a global society.
Our Mission
Our mission statement defines the scope of our work and communicates what we hope to
contribute to society as a result.
To provide a great education that empowers all students and contributes to thriving communities.
Core Values
Our core values articulate our key beliefs about students, academic achievement, and the elements
necessary to achieve excellence in education and learning.
1. Students are our priority and all students can achieve at high academic levels.
2. Families, students, and educators share the responsibility for student success.
3. High expectations inspire high performance.
4. All staff shares the responsibility for a safe and supportive school environment
contributing to excellence in education.
5. The support of everyone in our community is essential to the success of our schools and
students, and this success enriches our community.
6. Continuous improvement in teaching, leadership, and accountability is the key to our
destiny
For more information and facts about Prince George’s County Public Schools, visit us on our website at:
https://www.pgcps.org/
Table of Content
Application Instructions
Submittal Requirements
Educational Service Provider
Executive Summary and Enrollment Projections
Educational Program Design and Capacity
Curriculum and Instructional Design and Capacity
Student Performance Standards and Management
Career and College Readiness
School Calendar and Schedule
School Culture
Supplemental Programming
Special Populations and At-Risk Students
Student Discipline
Family and Community Involvement
Education Program Capacity
Waivers Needed to Support Educational Plan
Organizational Structure and Relationships
Legal Status and Governing Documents
Governing Board
Advisory Bodies
Grievance Process
Organization Structure and Relationships
Operations Plan and Capacity
Staff Structure, Staffing Plans, Hiring, Management and Evaluation
Professional Development
Student Recruitment and Enrollment
Start-up and Ongoing Operations
Facility Design
Waivers Needed to Support the Operations Plan
Financial Management Plan and Capacity
Five-Year Budget Estimate
Appendices
A.
Request (if needed)
B.
t, Disclosures, Consent for Background Check
C.
of Interest Statement
D.
nce Assurance I
E.
nce Assurance II
F.
nce Assurance: Special Education and 504
G.
nce Assurance: English Language Learners
H.
ion Control Form
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Waiver
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Affidavi
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Conflict
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Complia
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Complia
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Complia
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Complia
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Applicat
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Application Instructions
All applicants are expected to respond to questions designed to solicit information that address the
scope of services and deliverables for the purpose of this application. The responses are expected to
address the desired results that the Board of Education is seeking to fulfill in its services to provide
educational options to all students, including those that are at-risk of failing, dropping out or
persistently challenged with meeting success in the traditional school setting. All responses are
expected to be complete, clear and accurate to aid in the quality review and determination of
approval.
Submittal Requirements
Note to Applicant: Careful attention to comply with these requirements is needed to avoid
disqualification of this application from further consideration
FORMAT
The Charter School Application must be submitted in the following fashion:
Each Volume shall be
submitted in a separate
binder
12-point size using Times New Roman font
Page numbers in the bottom right hand corner of each page
Submit 10 hardbound copies of the full application in 3-ring binders,
as well as a copy of the full application on 10 labeled USB flash drives
by the established deadline via US Mail, Special Delivery or in person.
Where signatures are required, sign using blue ink.
Any particular question that does not apply to the proposal, respond
“Not Applicable”.
Include a table of contents identifying page numbers for each section
of the application.
Include clearly label and titled tabbed sections that corresponds to the
sections in the application.
Clearly label all attachments with the appropriate titles. See the list of
attachments that follows these instructions.
PAGE LIMITS
The Charter School Application narrative is limited to no more than 100
pages, excluding the Compliance Assurance Forms I and II, Conflict of Interest
Form, Affidavit, Disclosure and Consent for Background Check Form,
Compliance Assurance Forms for Special Education, 504, and English
Language Learners, Waiver Request, and any required attachments. Be sure to
label all attachments. Attachments are limited to 75 pages, unless
otherwise specified. Brevity, specificity, and clarity are strongly encouraged.
DEADLINE
All application materials must be submitted by 10:00 am on October 11, 2019
to:
Prince George’s County Public Schools- Purchasing Department
13300 Old Marlboro Pike- Room 20
Upper Marlboro, Maryland 20772
Only materials requested may be submitted and accepted via person, postal or
special delivery carriers
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