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Errata: 21st CCLC RFA

Errata to the 2014-15 21st CCLC Elementary/Middle RFA.

21st CCLC Elementary and Middle/ Junior High Schools - RFA Page 6

Under III. Eligibility and Priorities, replace:

The ASD will obtain data on the percentage of students eligible for FRPM from the CDE “Student Poverty––FRPM Data” downloadable file pertaining to “Free and Reduced Price Meal Data” located at the Student Poverty FRPM Data Web page [http://www.cde.ca.gov/ds/sd/sd/filessp.asp]. The FRPM downloadable file contains the count of FRPM eligible students, ages five through seventeen, who will be enrolled and certified through the California Longitudinal Pupil Achievement Data System (CALPADS) FY 2013–14 on the first Wednesday of October 2013. For schools designated as National School Lunch Program Provision 2 and 3 schools, the FRPM downloadable file will include the count of students eligible for FRPM calculated from the schools’ certified through CALPADS enrollment and the schools’ “base year” percentage of students eligible for FRPM.

Data used in the grant application scoring process will be the data available in the “Student Poverty––FRPM Data” downloadable file as of March 15, 2014. Private schools must demonstrate eligibility through alternate methods described below.

with:

The FRPM data used to determine the awards will be the data reported to the CDE during the 2013–14 school year as part of the 2013–14 CALPADS Fall 1 submission. The ASD will obtain data on the percentage of students eligible for FRPM from the 2013-14 FRPM downloadable file available on the “Student Poverty––FRPM Data” Web page [http://www.cde.ca.gov/ds/sd/sd/filessp.asp].

The Student Poverty––FRPM Data file will contain the count of FRPM eligible students ages five through seventeen who were enrolled on Census Day, October 2013, and certified through the FY 2013–14 CALPADS Fall 1 submission. For schools designated as National School Lunch Program Provision (NSLP) 2 and 3 schools, the FRPM downloadable file will include the count of students eligible for FRPM. This count will be generated from student-level NSLP records submitted by LEAs.

21st CCLC Elementary and Middle/ Junior High Schools - RFA Page 9

Under the B. Priority for Funding, replace the last line:

Applications will be funded in descending order of their final scores including priority points (highest to lowest).

with:

Sites will be funded in descending order of their final scores including priority points (highest to lowest).

21st CCLC Elementary and Middle/ Junior High Schools - RFA Page 54

Replace ASSETs

with:

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Last Reviewed: Monday, August 31, 2015

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