Read more about How will our average daily attendance (ADA) funding be affected by the fires?

CLOSURES Charter Schools and School Districts: Local control funding formula (LCFF) entitlements are based in large part on ADA. LCFF funding for charter schools and school districts should not be significantly impacted at the P-1 and P-2 reporting and apportionment... Read MoreRead more about How will our average daily attendance (ADA) funding be affected by the fires?

Read more about Will we receive supplemental or concentration grants for students who have either lost their homes or been displaced because of the fires?

Homeless students are deemed categorically eligible for the National School Lunch Program. LEAs must submit NSLP program student records in CALPADS for students who became homeless due to the fires with a start date on or before October 31, in order to be included in... Read MoreRead more about Will we receive supplemental or concentration grants for students who have either lost their homes or been displaced because of the fires?

Read more about How will our supplemental and concentration grants be affected if we enroll additional students?

Supplemental and concentration grant amounts are calculated based on the percentage of “unduplicated pupils” enrolled in the LEA on Census Day (first Wednesday in October) as certified for Fall 1. The percentage is based on data from the current year and two prior... Read MoreRead more about How will our supplemental and concentration grants be affected if we enroll additional students?

Read more about Who is directly responsible for debris removal and Household Hazardous Waste?

To expedite recovery, state and federal partners will coordinate closely with affected jurisdictions to remove fire debris from single-family residential lots and public facilities. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) will conduct debris and ash removal... Read MoreRead more about Who is directly responsible for debris removal and Household Hazardous Waste?