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yeah okay hi everybody I'm well-prepared.huh I don't have a whole lot to say on.the agenda here it says that I'm to talk.about House bill 657 my under talked.about that letter that we sent to the.committee a little bit I think that's.where I'll see this wanting to go with.it.sure sure so you know pad might need to.jump in and and help me along here with.this a little bit my understanding is a.partial discussion of things related to.House bill 657 is to occur on April 23rd.and on that agenda is two topics that.are near and dear to my heart one of.them is the special education draft bill.it modifies the calculation that.determines the size of the appropriation.for special ed to the state it's my.understanding that the discussion is.going to be surrounding the draft form.format that was made at the last.subcommittee hearing and that does three.things it places special ed in as a part.of a same calculation it makes an.adjustment for special ed appropriation.related to the CPI growth and inclusive.of a and B growth and it also assures.that whatever the appropriation amount.becomes it cannot be reduced even if.there is a decrease in student.population in future years preserving.the appropriation from maintenance of.effort issues I believe that is what was.requested of me but I that's not new.news to anybody Jennifer is there.anything that you want to add on that I.would say no there's nothing that I.wanted to add on to that the.superintendent did ask me to share with.you all what some of the concerns were.in terms of compensatory education but.that we were hearing from the field and.what we were doing about it so aasif has.put out guidance that is requesting that.every IEP team consider if a student on.an IEP needs compensatory education.based on what happened during this time.the districts and school staff are.anxious about that there hasn't been any.guidance in terms of how to calculate.that what we are doing right now is.giving them guidance to make sure that.they're just collecting data on all of.their good faith efforts looking at what.making sure they have the data on what.skills students had going into this.crisis and then we'll measure where they.are coming out of it and at least we'll.have that information and then as we get.more guidance from superinten Arntzen.did you want me to share anything else.No thank you so much Jennifer.I know the minute that compensatory gets.in there it looks like schools have not.been doing their job and I haven't at.this point received any indication that.that's the case but we want to make sure.that we follow the guidance as much as.following the law and I believe that.this is a discussion across the United.States with OSHA.as much as it is within our discussion.here but I do believe we are doing.everything we can and from a teacher.standpoint from any child that we have.within our care it's documentation that.will be the better path going forward.you.Thanks and Pat if there's anything you.want to add on that feel free but we.were hoping you could update us as well.on special education funding for 19 year.olds where that conversation is at yes.so this is Pat um.there's kind of a flurry of legislative.meetings that are coming up including.this Finance Committee subcommittee and.I'm not sure that anybody from lfd is on.the call so I'll go ahead and just let.you know that was the HB 657.subcommittee that Paul was talking about.yes they'll be discussing this bill.draft on special education funding and.when that committee subcommittee met in.January they also had questions about.vocational rehabilitation and they also.had questions about previous legislative.proposals for providing a and B funding.to older.19:20 potentially 21 year old students.and so as part of the I put together one.memo that covers the bill draft voc.rehab and some information on previous.proposals for funding special education.students it was kind of really just a.information request that the committee.had I'm not sure they're thinking of.taking any sort of action or having a.thought the subcommittee recommend to.the full LFC a bill draft relating to.older students but that may be discussed.on Thursday um in general or just you.know these meetings are gonna be over.zoom and they will all be streamed and.viewable through the legislative website.if folks want to sort of be in the.meeting and have the ability to provide.public comment they'll need to get the.Zoom link basically through the.committee staff and a reminder.I staff the education interim committee.Chris Wilkinson and lfd staffs this LFC.subcommittee and the information on how.all that works is on the agenda for any.meeting I'm happy to clarify any of that.now the other legislative education.meetings that are coming up on on next.Monday yet another study committee of.the LFC that we call Mara I honestly.can't even remember what that acronym is.about it's generally about revenue for.the state they've been looking at.taxation they are going to we're gonna.present a little bit on school funding.and property taxes Monday that meeting.is I believe 10 to 1 P at 10:00 a.m. to.1:00 p.m. and then the education interim.committee will hold two afternoon.meetings on April 30th and May 5th.meeting materials are being posted.agendas etc for those two meetings I.think I'll stop there Pat are there any.questions or comments about any of these.first two topics how many packets okay.um so with that we will move into.Medicaid funding at children's.psychiatric hospitals can we have.discussed this topic once before at an.advocates meeting this topic is being.presented at the third Thursday and.subcommittee meeting the issue that's.there is that in providing funding to.children who are in children's.psychiatric hospitals or residential.treatment centers.we have always excluded kids whose.medical costs are being paid through.Medicaid as there was a belief that.Medicaid was paying for the education.services provided to those children and.this goes back a long time in terms of.how long this has been true but.beginning a year and a half ago we.started we received a complaint that.that really wasn't true and after.looking into it and as I said before.spent a lot of time talking to VP HHS.former staff members of our agency a.former attorney of our agency etc it.seems pretty clear that Medicaid does.not pay for education services what that.means is that the appropriation for.in-state treatment that pays for.services is insufficient to also pay for.the Medicaid kids what we're seeing so.far what we did is we changed our.contracts to allow these facilities to.build for the education of these.children but also added a colostomy each.contract saying that we would rate the.available appropriation and in.anticipation that the in preparation.would be insufficient and year-to-date.in this fiscal year that we're in we've.had to prorate just above 50% which.means that the appropriation that we.need has to double and the appropriation.per year is seven hundred and eighty.seven thousand dollars the so the.biennial the amount that we need in.addition to that is 1.6 million dollars.so that basically means that we plan to.ask for a supplemental appropriation for.this this biennium to make up for the.shortage in payments that we heard and.will continue to incur plus a proposal.for that same 1.6 billion.in the next biennium and that's this is.basically the advising this edge.subcommittee as a way of telling the.Finance Committee they plan on that.supplemental appropriation and.introducing the topic to legislators.I'm really curious to see what types of.concerns and feedback you get on this.and I'm certainly have been advised that.I know that Mike's a guy who comes and.says we need more money.thanks candy lamps are we talking about.I'm sorry this is Lance I just jumped on.here sorry is late but are we talking.about the major maintenance matching.funds here I know we're talking about.the in-state treatment the payments for.education of children in psychiatric.hospitals and residential treatment.centers.gotcha not to divert you but I remember.seeing last week when I did not.participate that that Paul Taylor was.projecting a shortfall in the major.maintenance matching state funds or is.that got a an adjustment provision in.law that says that the if the amounts.come up short they're prorated or would.that be part of a supplemental as well.hey Lance its Paul the way the law of.God written is it says that there's an.appropriated amount if the revenue.doesn't materialize the prorate occurs.yeah that's what I thought.thank you yep sorry for the interruption.noise thanks Lance ken was just wrapping.up are there any other questions or.comments for a counter Paul okay with.that we'll jump into the cares Act.updates superintendent Arntzen had a.conversation with deputy secretary's ace.yesterday it sounds like the guidance.and applications will be made available.to States on third.stay and we will try and turn around.that application as quickly as we can.and then they're supposed to make funds.available to us within three days so.really hoping that that by the end of.next week we can make these funds.available to schools and so that's.that's about the latest update we have.will send out guide will send out.guidance once we receive the federal.guidance can is there anything you want.to add on to that based on our recent.conversations no I I think as I've said.that I think in other places when the.governor's relief fund.application was released there were some.surprises on it and I believe we should.be ready for surprises on this yeah so.hopefully we'll be able to dig into that.more on our call on Thursday the last.topic that's known on the agenda I kind.of wanted to dive into is I'm sure.everyone's seen that little well since.last week there's been a few schools.that have the board's have said that.they're gonna continue doing remote.learning for the remainder of the year I.anticipate that will kind of be a domino.effect there was an article in the.Billings Gazette that went statewide.yesterday about it I imagine more.schools will plan to do remote learning.for the rest of the year regardless of.what announcements are made from the.governor's office the OPI will of course.support them in in that local control.and flexibility and however they want to.complete the school year.superintendent arts and had a.conversation with the governor about.that yesterday.is are your associations getting any any.calls about that or any insights the.governor's supposed to be making an.announcement tomorrow so we'll kind of.see we'll have a lot more I think to.talk about on Thursday than we do today.but what are you guys here in Dillon.this is Lance you know we've been.advising our members since the initial.issuance of the directive.that the primary distinction that the.governor gives to schools which is.important and valuable is the waiver of.aggregate hours of instruction and so.you know obviously there may even be no.need for a waiver because everybody was.also corresponding the planning to.provide offsite instruction which.qualifies for a and B under the existing.law without any way the crystal clear.20110 one twenty nine three eleven.twenty seven one one eight they all have.looked for a long period of time of.authorized school districts to satisfy.the aggregate hours of instruction.through offsite learning the key.distinction that we've drawn for our.members all along including for those.that are making this decision right now.is that the distinction between what.you've done so far and what you may.choose to do now regardless of what the.governor does is that you'll no longer.have the waiver of aggregate hours of.instruction so and that's a that's a.significant loss because what the.governor has said is give me a.good-faith effort do your best in.offsite learning and nobody's going to.hold you to meeting the aggregate hours.of instruction so I think it's what.we've been stressing with our members is.those members who make an independent.decision are entitled to do so and when.they do so they need to be prepared to.defend and document and be audited on.the satisfaction of the aggregate hours.of instruction for any period of time.during the remainder of the school year.that's not covered by the governor's.waiver of satisfying those aggregate.hours of instruction we we're in the.process final final process of of.developing model policy for districts in.anticipation of a lift of the directive.or a modification of the directive and.it specifically addresses this.particular issue in a way that we.believe will leave school districts well.but rest'.in successfully managing their way.through an audit as to whether they have.satisfied the aggregate hours of.instruction in awesome.so Lance is it your opinion that the.plans adopted by the boards that were.sent to the governor is it your opinion.that those plans sufficiently meet those.requirements and statute yes they do.adopt alter and and but but but.districts in practice districts have.been able to say we'll give it our best.if it doesn't work out it's okay because.we have a waiver and they will no longer.have that waiver unless the governor.chooses which would be my preference you.know if I were king for a day I would.prefer that the governor when he loosens.restrictions if he chooses to do so.would say by the way we expect that.school districts will continue to honor.their commitment to kids and do the very.best that they can both off-site and.on-site and the aggregate hours of.instruction are way for the remainder of.the school year for everyone in perfect.world even happen okay I'm just going to.say if that doesn't happen again you.know school districts have the right and.the obligation to meet the aggregate.hours of instruction through distance.learning and they I think they're plans.that they submitted are completely.reasonable in that regard and that they.can successfully manage their way.through the audits on on their a and B.count in the next year okay we did.submit a recommendation to the.governor's office a couple of weeks ago.saying that school should have.flexibility and being able to continue.remote learning or a partial move back.into school whatever they want to do.maybe we need to send a follow-up.recommendation that's just very specific.that we want these aggregate hours.waived for the remainder of the school.year and it sounds like we'll probably.need to get some additional guidance out.to schools later this week after we.learned more about what the governor's.planning yeah we've got I got my entire.staff.over the weekend and yesterday and we're.finishing up today developing model.policies that will support districts in.the absence of a directive in they're.adaptable enough that we'll be able to.turn them on a dime depending upon how.that looks you know the governor does a.partial lift or a selective lift based.upon population size or rates of.infection we've got all those kind of.scenarios laid out in a decision tree.and we're ready to make the adjustments.but we wanted to have the underlying.content completely finished to be able.to distribute to our members as early as.practical that's great is there anything.I do know Thank You Lance for for that.information and you know in the.conversation that I had of the governor.is very very short yesterday asking for.a plan requesting local control wanting.to make sure that school districts would.be able to have the aggregate hours.waived.so I believe you know as Dylan had said.I think two weeks is a long time ago.let's go ahead and make a concerted.letter to the governor and I think Dylan.can start that penning of it and maybe.Lance you have some information anyone.else on this phone we can send it out.like we set the other letter to our.school districts but I believe if we.have a unified message that goes to the.governor I think that shows a lot of.strength and that shows that that local.control model needs to be adhered to.Thanks superintendent yeah and I don't.know if my calls on the line and wants.to jump in at all it sounds like the.governor's having a press conference.tomorrow and so hopefully we'll know.more about what his plan is I think that.what we're trying to understand right.now is Montana going to be moving into.phase one or phase two or is the.governor planning something outside of.the guidance that came from the White.House last week so I think that's what.we're waiting to see Dylan this is.McCall I am on so the governor is coming.up with a plan similar to what the.president.but it's not directly based off of his.guide so that information I believe will.be sent out to folks tomorrow on the.press conference kind of what our.Montana main solution looks like as a.soft reopening as conversations continue.regarding school is the only question I.had of lance and we're still working.through a lot of what this looks like.but if school districts do so say the.governor decides that he's going to lift.the lift the school closure waiver and.districts who have already made those.decisions to continue their remote.learning does that do those standards.then revert to sort of public ed I know.you've listed a couple statutes but I'm.trying to figure out like which has.precedent right so so do do schools then.have to adhere to well against standards.where they're teaching six hours a day.remotely or I'm just trying to figure.that out as I'm as I'm working through.some questions that the governor has.okay so the the nice thing here is that.the board of public ed standards are.sufficiently flexible to incorporate an.off-site mode so the districts can.easily comply without meeting the 8100.minute per full unit course default that.the that the board has although again.the way that we're proceeding is with a.an educationally relevant definition of.what it means to instruct what it means.to be instructed it's a learning process.so we're working on best practices and.incorporating that into a definition.that's going to go into the policy but.then let's set that aside for a moment.and let's assume that that that the.districts can't satisfy an 80 100.minutes per full unit course over the.whole year the board of public ed has a.rule 10.5 5.9 zero six subsection for.that specifically contemplates that.learning can occur in an alternative.setting and without in the time less or.more than the ordinary default and that.the boards have the full latitude to.grant.for for learning that attained through.that process and it gives in including.but not limited list that includes.offsite learning and correspondence.courses and independent study so we.believe that there's great consistency.between the monetization of learning the.a and B process and the board of public.aid standards that specifically under.ten five five 906 subsection four.specifically authorizes complaints to.raw site learning that's that's super.helpful I guess I I'm just worried that.you know based on the plans and I've.read through every single one of them.I'm concerned that there are a lot it's.not most school districts that will not.meet that aggregate our requirement so.just running through all scenarios thank.you for your help well and and so here's.the other thing the call is I think it.would be helpful at the governor.clarified because as long as they're.working under those plans and under the.under an approved plan during a period.of time that's covered by the closure.they don't even have to satisfy the.hours at all when the governor lifts.that safety net if he chooses to do so.people's the safety net out and says.okay now you must comply for the.remainder of the year then they're going.to have to up their game and we think we.have our policies in place and in a way.that will allow them to do so it some of.that's just an interpretation away you.know.I'll give you an example it when we.think of the status quo put a teacher up.at the front of the room put some kids.in the seats.nobody inquires as to the quality of.instruction satisfies and and I don't.necessarily think that's good but it's.it's typical status quo thinking and I'm.not immune to it but I think that there.are processes of learning that occur in.an off-site mode that are equally valid.that involve the supervision of a.teacher that that may be more.collaborative than directed in terms of.a learning process but that absolutely.satisfy the concept of what it means to.learn or to be instructed or to or to.gain instruction so you know we're.on a policy that I think will answer.some of those questions in in a perfect.world I would love to see the governor.say okay this is no longer set according.to the plans that have been done you.have more flexibility you can go back.into the school or you can continue.distance learning and contingent upon a.continued good-faith effort the.aggregate hours are wait then nobody has.to find themselves on alternative sides.of an interpretation of whether that has.or has not been satisfied thanks Lansing.Bacall so I think what's important here.is there may be areas where we agree or.disagree the governor may decide to.waive those hours and he might not so.that's fine if there's areas where we.disagree but in the areas where we do.agree with each other we need to make.sure that we are all putting out.consistent guidance because the last.thing that we want is the order to be.lifted and the governor's putting out.one set of guidance OPI is putting out.another set of guidance and the.associations are putting out their own.guidance that's just going to confuse.schools and the public so we need to.make sure in the areas that we agree.that our language is consistent Dylan I.would agree but I would also caution the.maybe we wait until later this week so.we can have another conversation after.the governor's press conference to.really make sure that folks are on the.same page oh yeah of course no we're not.going to send anything out well we have.to wait and see what's what landscape.we're going to be working in so yeah of.course and in McCall and others I just.want to I don't want to belabor the.point but I want to read 1055 906 sub 4.with the permission of the local board.of trustees a student may be given.credit for a course satisfactorily.completed in a period of time shorter or.longer than normally required and.provided that the course meets the.district's curriculum and assessment.requirements which are aligned with the.content standards stated in the.education program examples of acceptable.coursework include those delivered.through correspondence extension and.distance learning courses Adult Ed.summer school work study specially.designed courses and challenge.to current course it's acceptable.programs must be consistent with the.local Board of Trustees policy so that's.pretty broad and and aligns the board of.public head with the comparable.flexibility in the law and off-site.learning under titles one thanks so yeah.I think we'll have a lot to talk about.on Thursday we'll know more tomorrow but.yeah we won't send anything out McCall.until we all have a chance to touch base.Thursday morning but if the if the.governor is working on language specific.to schools you know today or tomorrow.morning and he wants to discuss some of.those things with Lance or Kirk or the.superintendent you know we can all get.on the phone today or tomorrow morning.to and that's what I encourage the in.that with the governor to do that we.have we have the ability to understand.what schools are and I know there are so.many other things that the governor is.worried and concerned for for the health.of Montana's so I have an I have a.question and I know I asked this some.calls that I had yesterday if there is.any change within what the governor.orders would there need to be a change.or an amendment to any of the plans that.are now held at the governor's office I.think that we'll just have to figure.that out as we I mean I don't I don't I.couldn't tell you right now because I'm.not entirely sure if the governor's.planning on it.lifting the order or continuing remote.learning but I assume that when he.issues his guidance that that.information will be in there and Lance.touched on that a little bit that he's.working on for his network and it sounds.like they would just need to make sure.that they are really being diligent.about how they're implementing these.plans if the instruction hours aren't.waived but I don't know if that requires.an amendment or not you know I'm.understanding 1055 906 subsection 4 you.know who has with what you're saying I.believed and that the allowability is.there even without the plans that when.to play so now does do we request.schools to do an amendment I don't know.so I think the more closer we get to.what the order will stipulate and if we.can help craft that by any means or at.least show the ramifications of what.that might be McCall from the experts.that are on this phone and others that.have been in the office we would be more.than happy to to help shoulder that.great thank you well we've all done a.lot of talking here is there anyone else.that that wants to jump in.it looks like Dan got off the line but.Dennis are you hearing anything from.your members on the rural side or Kirk.you know the only thing I'm I'm hearing.is questions about when the announcement.will be and we now know that's tomorrow.I think everyone's as patiently as they.can they're waiting to see what that.will be and I've always been encouraging.them that we wait for the announcement.and then once we know that is then it's.going to take a little time yet to make.sure we know what that means for schools.so patience is my word of the day and if.the if the governor does make his.announcements tomorrow then we'll try.and schedule another zoom call quickly.with county and district superintendents.so that would probably be Thursday.morning or Thursday afternoon yeah hi.this is Kirk it probably would behoove.us to have this advocates meeting before.you call superintendents and everybody.together just as a result of wanting to.make sure as you described you don't.want five different kinds of advice.going out there from the get-go and so.we should talk about what that looks.like so once we know what the move of.the governor is we should all agree to.this is what the you know the advice.that's there and it's probably going to.be based around the policies that Lance.described what I'm hearing from our.members most diligently is just wanting.to know like Dennis described you know.what what the future behold so that they.can implement Plan B CD whatever they.just need to know and I think part of.our responsibilities here should be to.give good consistent advice and so.holding a meeting with superintendents.you know within five hours or eight.hours of when the governor makes the.announcement without knowing for sure.what that advice is going to be I think.we should be more squared away.sure we'll wait till Thursday afternoon.then schedule it or even Friday morning.I guess if we need more time to digest.it the way we can get through it pretty.quickly anything else any other updates.or comments well we appreciate you all.being on the line all I don't know if.you all received the governor's his.press releases and updates and stuff so.I'll make sure that Christy forwards.along that press release when it comes.out so that you know what what time the.press conference is exactly and how to.get on it.superintendent coming all I want to do.is echo thank you very much Dennis for.saying those very wise words patience.one word two patience and I think even.more at this point it's it's not.something we need to take into part and.we need to embrace that so McCall I want.to say thank you again when I was on the.phone with the governor I sang your.praises and I so appreciate your.willingness to work within all of us and.to try to understand and calm the waters.when things are so uncertain so I want.to thank you again we'll call for.everything that you have done in being a.good listener and in encouraging us as.we go forward so thank you and Dennis.again patience thank you all stay.healthy.thanks everyone here be well.

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  2. Locate the document that needs to be signed on the device and choose it.
  3. Open the document and go to the page to draw your initial.
  4. Pick on 'My Signature'.
  5. Customize your customized signature, then include it on the page.
  6. Once you have done, check the document once again, pick 'Done'.

All these guides won't take long time, and once the document is signed, you decide the next step. You can either download it to the device or share it in an email or using a link.

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How to create an e-signature for the Provideramp39s Guide To The First Health Authorization Process Mar 04 Dphhs Mt on iOS?

Creating an electronic signature on a iPod Touch is not at all complicated. You can sign the Provideramp39s Guide To The First Health Authorization Process Mar 04 Dphhs Mt on your iPhone or iPad, using a PDF file. You will locate the application CocoSign has created especially for iOS users. Just go to try CocoSign.

These are the points you need to sign the form right from your iPhone or iPad:

  1. Insert the CocoSign app on your iOS device.
  2. Work with your email to put an account, or sign in with Google or Facebook.
  3. Locate the PDF that needs to be signed on the device with iOS system or pull it from the cloud.
  4. Locate the part where you want to include the signature; pick 'Insert initials' and 'Insert signature'.
  5. Type your initials or signature, place them correctly, and save changes to the document.

After signing, the document is ready for the next step. You can download it to your iPhone and share it. As long as you have a great internet connection, you can sign and send documents in an instant.

How to create an electronic signature for the Provideramp39s Guide To The First Health Authorization Process Mar 04 Dphhs Mt on Android?

iOS has many of users, there's no doubt of that, but most mobile phone users have an Android operating system. To meet the needs, CocoSign has developed the program, especially for Android users.

You can gather the app on Play Market, install it, and you could start signing documents. These are the guides to sign a form on your Android device:

  1. If you already have a CocoSign account, sign in. If you don't have one yet, you can sign in using Google or Facebook.
  2. Pick on '+' to choose the document you want to sign, from cloud storage or using your camera.
  3. Locate the part where the signature must be placed and then use the popup window to type your signature.
  4. Include it on the page, confirm, and save the changes.
  5. The final step is to fax the signed document.

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