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Congratulations on your grant award in the Building Opportunities in Out-of-School Time Grants Program! GSAN hopes you will find this resource hub for grantees, which is updated regularly, helpful in supporting your grant administration and implementation efforts. If you have any questions, contact boost@georgiavoices.org


BOOST Training Update #25 (July 27, 2022)

Grantee Update #30 (August 1, 2022)

Access Past BOOST Grantee and Training Updates

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Check Your Budget Approval Status (Updated Daily!)

BOOST Implementation FAQ

BOOST OST Resource Library

BOOST Year 2 Dates

BOOST Cross Functional Monitoring Packet (NEW)


General Grant Administration:

Unique Entity Identifier (UEI) Fact Sheet

MyGaDOE Portal Guide

Guide to Completing the Grants Accounting System Access Form

GaDOE Grants Accounting System Access Form

Vendor Management Form

W-9 Form


Financial Management:

DOE BOOST Year 2 Afterschool Budget Drafting Template

Sample of Preferred Expenditure Report

Expenditure Report Template (Excel)



Pre-Approval Forms:

Educational Field Trip Form

Expenditure Prior Approval Form

Construction & Renovation Assurance Form


Grant Monitoring:

GaDOE BOOST Cross-Functional Monitoring Packet (Financial & Construction) (NEW)

GSAN BOOST Program Monitoring Webinar Slides (NEW)


General Resources:

2021 BOOST Grantee Orientation Materials

BOOST Grantee Notification Letter

Ga Board of Ed. BOOST Grants Program Approval Meeting Minutes  (Year 1 Afterschool and Summer)

2021-2022 Primary Grantee Award List

2022-2023 Year 2 Afterschool Grantee Award List


The Georgia Statewide Afterschool Network (GSAN) is proud to partner with the Georgia Department of Education (GaDOE) to establish the Building Opportunities for Out-of-School Time (BOOST) Grants Program, which utilizes ESSER III funds from the American Rescue Plan Act to support the learning acceleration, connectedness, and well-being of Georgia’s students, utilizing a whole child approach.