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Project SERV

Project School Emergency Response to Violence (SERV) funds awarded to local educational agencies and nonpublic schools to reimburse for select education-related services related to a traumatic or violent event that impacted teaching and learning.

Funding

Fiscal Year 2019–20

Project SERV 2019 Funding Profile - Program, Description and Funding
Project SERV 2019 Funding Results - Entitlements, Apportionments, and Letters

Fiscal Year 2018–19

Project SERV 2018 Funding Profile - Program, Description and Funding
Project SERV 2018 Funding Results - Entitlements, Apportionments, and Letters

Other Information

Project SERV Program Information
School Disaster Recovery
Emergency Assistance and Project SERV Webinar Slides (PDF)

Questions:   Joe Anderson | EmergencyServices@cde.ca.gov | 916-323-5025
Last Reviewed: Monday, July 26, 2021
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