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Charter School Revolving Loan Fund 2011-12


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The purpose of the Charter School Revolving Loan Fund is to provide loans to charter schools to assist them with activities that meet the purposes of their approved charters. A charter school may receive up to $250,000, and priority for funding will be given to new charter schools for initial expenses.

Program Questions: Charter Schools Revolving Loan Fund, e-mail: CSRLF-APPS@cde.ca.gov, tel. 916-322-1755

Downloading Questions: Thomas Pacheco, e-mail: tpacheco@cde.ca.gov phone: 916-322-1755

Document Description
Cover Letter
(DOC)
The 2011-12 Charter School Revolving Loan Fund cover letter provides general information and instructions about applying for a Charter School Revolving Loan.

2011-12 Revolving Loan Application
(XLS)

Application for the 2011-12 Charter School Revolving Loan, including loan instructions, loan application, multi-year budget worksheet, cash flow worksheet, and block grant worksheet.
Sample Budget Narrative
(DOC)
Provides detailed information in developing a summary of revenue and expenses listed in the multi-year budget and cash flow budget.
Sample Expenditure Form
(XLS)
Sample expenditure form used to show anticipated uses or expenses planned for the loan.
Sample Start-up Budget
(XLS)
Sample to help identify a reasonable start-up budget.
Sample Grant Funding Letter
(DOC)
Sample of letter for verification of private grant/foundation revenue.
Sample Board Resolution
(DOC)

Sample of board resolution approving the charter school to apply for the loan.

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The Secretary of State Web site includes a sample of a letter for confirming a charter school's incorporation status and a sample of Articles of Incorporation.

Certifications and Assurances

Document Description

2011-12 Current General Assurances & Certifications

Required as a condition of receiving funds. Applicants do not need to sign and return them with the application; they must be downloaded and kept on file for compliance reviews, complaint investigations, or audits.

More about Charter School Revolving Loan Fund 2011-12

Last Reviewed: Thursday, February 18, 2016
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