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School Fiscal Services Division


Apportions funds to local educational agencies (LEAs) and guides LEAs from the state level on fiscal solvency, audit resolution, and financial reports.

Caryn Moore, Director

Phone: 916-322-3024
Fax: 916-323-0614


The School Fiscal Services Division is part of the Systems Support Branch.

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Accounting
Information and guidance for local educational agencies (LEAs) to use in accounting and financial reporting.

Allocations & Apportionments
Distribution of state and federal funds for public local educational agencies and for private and nonprofit agencies participating in the child development and nutrition programs.

Financial
Revenue, expenditure and fiscal program data for local educational agencies (LEAs).

Fiscal Oversight
The responsibilities of county offices of education, schools, and school districts.

Funding
Grants, contracts, and apportionments from the California Department of Education and other agencies.

Local Education Agency (LEA) Audit Guidelines
Resources for external auditors and local educational agency personnel for completing the annual financial and compliance audits pursuant to Education Code Section 41020.

Software & Forms
For reporting fiscal and attendance information to the California Department of Education.

Questions:   School Fiscal Services Division | 916-322-3024
Last Reviewed: Wednesday, November 28, 2018
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