CCSA’s Knowledge Management Team will be offering a webinar on “How to Successfully Complete the PCSGP Application” Webinar on August 17, from 4-6 p.m. and opportunities for one-hour consultations on August 30-31 and September 4-7 for any member school that has questions related to completing the PCSGP application, and/or who would like to have their application reviewed. Register today.
For charter schools in their first year, find out when your school must open to receive Average Daily Attendance (ADA) funding.
Find out how you can streamline communications about benefits and human-resources that engage employees while saving time and money in a complimentary webinar presented by CCSA Vendor Member, Keenan & Associates.
Learn more about when the LCAP is due, how to submit, and more.
Please take 3-5 minutes by June 22 to participate in a survey from the California Department of Education, Office of Attorney General, and California Youth Advocacy Network designed to identify new tobacco and electronic smoking devices that are being used and confiscated on K-12 campuses. Information from this survey will be used to inform the development of prevention resources.
View guidance to help you respond to authorizers’ questions about school immigration policies.
The Governor recently released the May Budget Revise, which means it’s time for spring Business Managers’ Meetings. Register for an upcoming webinar to learn about budgetary and financial information that will impact your charter school, including legislative updates with a fiscal impact.
The California Collaborative for Educational Excellence (CCEE) invites charter schools and charter management organizations to participate in a statewide survey about the ways in which they engage with the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF).
Learn whether a charter school, as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation, can publicly list and thank donors in print publications such as school newsletters.
CCSA takes a deeper look at Proposition 55 and the procedure by which charter schools are required to use for designating expenditures for Education Protection Act (EPA) payments.