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Funding Results

California Health Science Capacity Building Project


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

Proposed funding results for funding fiscal year 2013-14.

Program Questions: Cindy Beck, Health Careers Education Consultant, e-mail: cbeck@cde.ca.gov, tel. 916-319-0470

Fiscal Questions: Darlene Kunz, Associate Governmental Program Analyst, e-mail: dkunz@cde.ca.gov, tel. 916-319-0464


ROP: Regional Occupational Program

County Name Local Educational Agency School Grant Number Amount
Fresno Washington Unified School District Washington Union High School 13-25214-7677-01 50,000.00
Imperial Central Union High School District Southwest High School 13-25214-6311-01 50,000.00
Imperial Imperial Valley ROP Calexico High School ROP 13-25214-7440-01 50,000.00
Imperial Imperial Valley ROP Brawley Union High School 13-25214-7440-02 50,000.00
Kern Kern Union High School District Kern Health Careers Resource Center 13-25214-6352-01 125,000.00
Kern Kern Union High School District Stockdale High School 13-25214-6352-02 50,000.00
Los Angeles Long Beach Unified School District Lakewood High School 13-25214-6472-01 50,000.00
Los Angeles Los Angeles Unified School District Carson Senior High School 13-25214-6473-01 50,000.00
Orange North Orange County ROP Savanna High School 13-25214-7410-01 50,000.00
Orange North Orange County ROP Esperanza High School 13-25214-7410-02 50,000.00
Riverside Riverside Unified School District Ramona High School 13-25214-6721-01 50,000.00
Riverside Palm Springs Unified School District Cathedral City High School 13-25214-6717-01 50,000.00
Riverside Palm Springs Unified School District Palm Springs High School District 13-25214-6717-02 50,000.00
Riverside Moreno Valley Unified School District Canyon Springs High School 13-25214-6712-01 50,000.00
Riverside Murrieta Valley Unified School District Murrieta Mesa High School 13-25214-7520-01 50,000.00
Riverside Val Verde Unified School District Rancho Verde High School 13-25214-7524-01 50,000.00
San Joaquin Manteca Unified School District Manteca High School 13-25214-6859-01 50,000.00
San Joaquin Manteca Unified School District Weston Ranch High School 13-25214-6859-02 50,000.00
Santa Clara East Side Union High School District Andrew P. Hill High School 13-25214-6942-01 50,000.00

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Last Reviewed: Thursday, December 8, 2016
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