School Finance provides numerous forms that Local Education Agencies (LEAs) use to submit data or to initiate certain changes and requests. Please contact [email protected] if you need assistance finding a specific form.
School districts and charters electing to provide 200 days of instruction must submit an application to the Arizona Department of Education (ADE) by June 15th. Application forms should be submitted through HelpDesk.
Districts that have access to HelpDesk should submit calendar change requests using that system. This form is only to be used by districts who do not have access to HelpDesk to request additional calendars. If you do not have access to HelpDesk, please submit this form via email to [email protected].
This form is used to grant access to the applications within Common Logon to districts and charters. While this system is being phased out, the Transportation Routes and Vehicle Inventory applications are still available for prior-year data corrections pursuant to A.R.S. § 15-915. School Finance systems that remain in Common Logon are: Transportation and Vehicle Inventory (for data correction purposes only), School Finance File Upload (Budget/AFR), and Budget Error/Suspense Maintenance-Change.
Common Logon permission requests are now handled through Help Desk.
Forms and resources used for County Jail, County Juvenile Corrections, County Small School Service Program, Unorganized Territory Transportation, and Government Property Lease Excise Tax (GPLET).
Entity Profile Change requests for existing districts (such as changes to address, grades served, mission statements, etc.) are submitted through the HelpDesk ticketing system. For new districts that do not have access to HelpDesk, this form can be requested by emailing [email protected].
This application is used to request that a negative adjustment from statewide recalculation or a data correction be spread over the current and next fiscal years rather than having the negative adjustment applied entirely to the current year.
HB 2862 allows a school district or charter to adopt an Instructional Time Model (ITM) to meet instructional hour requirements through things like remote instruction, project-based learning, mastery-based learning, weekend courses, and evening courses. School districts and charters should use the Instructional Time Model Template for School Districts and Charter Schools to report Instructional Time Models to the department.
Instructional Time Certification 05/04/2018 For use in FY 2018. See SF18-054 for more information.
This form can be found on the Achieve website and contains definitions of withdrawal codes and explanations of when to use them.