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School Safety Consolidated Competitive Grant (Sch. Comm. Violence Prevention)


Note: Recipients and funding amounts are subject to budget and administrative adjustments.

School Safety Consolidated Competitive Grant and Training program apportionments and letters detailing information for fiscal year 2009-10.

Program Questions: Julie Klein Briggs, e-mail: jbriggs@cde.ca.gov, tel. 916-323-6191

Fiscal Questions: Julei Klein Briggs, e-mail: jbriggs@cde.ca.gov, tel. 916-323-6191


Apportionments

School Safety Consolidated Competitive Grant

Letter of the 2009-10 Apportionments 23-Oct-2009
Schedule of the 2009-10 Apportionments (XLS)

School Safety Consolidated Competitive Grant - Training

Letter of Apportionment 23-Oct-2009

Schedule of the 2009-10 Apportionments
Kern
County Code District Code Local Educational Agency 2009-10 Entitlement July 5% August 5% September 9% October 9% July - October 28% Catch Up Payment November - May 9% Monthly Payment June Balance Payment
15 10157 Kern County Superintendent of Schools $331,000 $16,550 $16,550 $29,790 $29,790 $92,680 $29,790 $29,790

Last Reviewed: Tuesday, May 12, 2015

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