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Funding Results

Learning Communities for School Success Program


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

Proposed fiscal year 2022-23 funding results for the Learning Communities for School Success Program (LCSSP) Cohort 6.

Program Questions: Lisa Reimers, email: LCSSP@cde.ca.gov, phone: 916-319-0729

Fiscal Questions: Neda Ismail, email: LCSSP@cde.ca.gov, phone: 916-319-0729


CDS Code County Name Local Education Agency FY Total
01100170000000 Alameda Alameda County Office of Education  22  $ 1,929,450
33669770000000 Alameda KIPP King Collegiate High 22  $ 883,828
09737830000000 Alameda New Haven Unified School District 22  $ 1,566,300
37679910000000 Butte Thermalito Union Elementary School District 22  $ 222,600
33670330000000 El Dorado  Black Oak Mine Unified 22  $ 193,350
10738090000000 Fresno Firebaugh-Las Deltas Unified School District  22  $ 224,596
38684780118141 Kern Kern High School District  22  $ 1,799,454
50757390131185 Kern Kernville Union Elementary School District  22  $ 117,300
29102982930147 Kern Standard School District 22  $ 458,100
15635290000000 Los Angeles Stella Middle Charter Academy 22  $ 529,050
15635450000000 Mendocino Mendocino County Office of Education 22  $ 756,600
01613090114421 Mono Mono County Office of Education 22  $ 230,100
37681970000000 Napa Napa Valley Unified School District 22  $ 2,000,000
23102310000000 Nevada John Muir Charter School 22  $ 69,600
50711670000000 Orange Santa Ana Unified School District  22  $ 1,999,998
26102640000000 Riverside Alvord Unified School District 22  $ 2,000,000
33671240000000 Riverside Corona-Norco Unified School District  22  $ 2,000,000
28662660000000 Riverside Moreno Valley Unified School District 22  $ 1,997,896
01612420000000 Riverside Palm Desert Charter Middle School  22  $ 194,700
56725380000000 San Diego Cajon Valley Union School District 22  $ 2,000,000
33670586031991 San Diego  La Mesa-Spring Valley School District  22  $ 1,532,989
41690050000000 San Diego Sweetwater Union High School District 22  $ 1,827,850
39103970000000 San Francisco Five Keys Independence High School 22  $ 352,494
41690470000000 San Joaquin San Joaquin County Office of Education 22  $ 246,900
30666700000000 San Joaquin  Stockton Unified School District  22  $ 2,000,000
45104540000000 San Mateo Redwood City Elementary 22  $ 999,150
15637920000000 San Mateo San Mateo Union High School District 22  $ 1,999,335
19647330100669 Shasta Shasta County Office of Education 22  $ 1,193,000
39686760000000 Siskiyou Weed Union Elementary School District 22  $ 17,000
37684110000000 Solano Vallejo City Unified School District  22  $ 1,482,300
04615490000000 Stanislaus Fusion Charter 22  $ 16,500
48705810000000 Stanislaus Modesto City Elementary 22  $ 985,350
47704820000000 Ventura Oxnard School District  22  $ 1,999,677
58727690000000 Yuba  Wheatland Union High School District  22  $ 159,900
58105870000000 Yuba Yuba County Office of Education  22  $ 1,923,900
Total  $ 37,909,268

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Last Reviewed: Tuesday, October 17, 2023
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