05/12/22 11:59 PM PST Electronic Receipt
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Grants to California K-12 school districts, charter schools, and county offices of education for programs to reduce school absenteeism and dropout rates. Funding is intended to support activities that keep at-risk students in school, such as restorative justice, social-emotional learning, PBIS, culturally responsive practices, and trauma-informed strategies.
The goals of the Learning Communities for School Success Program (LCSSP) are to support evidence-based, non-punitive programs and practices aimed at keeping the state’s most vulnerable pupils in school. These programs and practices must complement and enhance the actions and services identified to meet the LEA’s goals as provided in their LCAP.
An LEA/consortium that receives a grant shall use the grant funds for planning, implementation, and evaluation of activities in support of evidence-based, nonpunitive programs and practices to keep the state’s most vulnerable pupils in school. These activities shall complement or enhance the actions and services identified to meet the LEA’s goals (regardless if the LEA is applying alone or part of a consortium), as identified in its LCAP pursuant to EC sections 47606.5, 52060, or 52066, as applicable. These activities may include, but are not limited to, all of the following:
Establishing a community school, as defined in EC Section 33435. “Community school” means a public school that participates in a community-based effort to coordinate and integrate educational, developmental, family, health, and other comprehensive services through community-based organizations and public and private partnerships with one or more community partners for the delivery of community services that may be provided at a school site to pupils, families, and community members.
Estimated Size of Grant:
Please email the Intent to Submit form to the California Department of Education at LCSSP@cde.ca.gov.
Submit applications to the email address listed above.
Program Questions: Lisa Reimers, email: LCSSP@cde.ca.gov, phone: 916-319-0729
Downloading Questions: Neda Ismail, email: LCSSP@cde.ca.gov, phone: 916-319-0729