§ 299.9 What are the requirements concerning property, equipment, and supplies for the benefit of private school children and teachers?
(a) A public agency must keep title to, and exercise continuing administrative control of, all property, equipment, and supplies that the public agency acquires with funds under a program listed in § 299.6(b) for the benefit of eligible private school children and their teachers and other educational personnel.
(b) The public agency may place equipment and supplies in a private school for the period of time needed for the program.
(c) The public agency shall ensure that the equipment and supplies placed in a private school -
(1) Are used only for proper purposes of the program; and
(2) Can be removed from the private school without remodeling the private school facility.
(d) The public agency must remove equipment and supplies from a private school if -
(1) The equipment and supplies are no longer needed for the purposes of the program; or
(2) Removal is necessary to avoid unauthorized use of the equipment or supplies for other than the purposes of the program.
(e) No funds may be used for repairs, minor remodeling, or construction of private school facilities.
(f) For the purpose of this section, the term public agency includes the agency or consortium of agencies.