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Funding Results

Learning Communities for School Success Program


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

Funding results for fiscal year 2019-22.

Program Questions: Elvia Gonzalez, email: egonzalez@cde.ca.gov, phone: 916-319-0277

Fiscal Questions: Tissy Simmons, email: tsimmons@cde.ca.gov, phone: 916-323-1026


County Local Educational Agency Amount
San Diego Grossmont Union High School District
$1,800,000
Kern Kern High School District
$1,800,000
Los Angeles Lancaster Elementary School District
$1,800,000
Los Angeles Long Beach Unified School District
$1,520,466
Stanislaus Modesto City Elementary School District
$1,013,931
Riverside Moreno Valley Unified School District
$1,490,940
Napa Napa Valley Unified School District
$1,800,000
Humboldt Northern Humboldt Union High School District
$1,327,008
Butte Palermo Union Elementary School District
$194,400
San Diego San Diego County Office of Education
$1,799,998
San Joaquin San Joaquin County Office of Education
$283,200
Santa Clara San Jose Unified
$1,800,000
Kern Standard Elementary School District
$450,000
San Joaquin Stockton Unified School District
$1,544,021

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Last Reviewed: Friday, November 22, 2019
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