School Policies

Below are the list of approved school policies and handbooks.

Proposition 30 / Education Protection Account (EPA) spending plan for 2013-14.

The board anticipates that Community School for Creative Education will receive $110,040 in 2013-14 EPA funds.  The board recognizes that these funds can only be spent on instructional expenses and therefore approves spending the EPA funds, estimated at $110,040, on 2013-14 teacher salaries.

2014-2015 Education Protection Account (EPA) Resolution       

IT IS RESOLVED  that the Education Protection account funds to be received by the school in FY 2014-2015 in the estimated amount of $320,000 will be used solely for teacher salaries.

 

2015-2016 Education Protection Account (EPA) Resolution      

IT IS RESOLVED that the Education Protection Account funds to be received by the school in FY 2015-2016 in the estimated amount of $260,000, will be used solely for instructional non-administrative expenses.

 

2016-2017  Education Protection Account (EPA) Resolution  

IT IS RESOLVED that the Education Protection Account funds to be received by the school in FY 2015-2016 in the estimated amount o
$260,000, will be used solely for instructional non-administrative expenses.
 

 

2017-2018 Education Protection Account (EPA) Resolution  

IT IS RESOLVED that the Education Protection Account funds to be received by the school in FY 2017-2018 in the estimated amount of $287,150, will be used solely for instructional non-administrative expenses.

 

Protected Prayer Resolution    2017-18                                                                                   

The LEA hereby assures and certifies to the California State Board of Education that the LEA has no policy that prevents, or otherwise denies participation in, constitutionally protected prayer in public schools as set forth in the "Guidance on Constitutionally Protected Prayer in Public Elementary and Secondary Schools.

 

One-Time Grant Resolution  2017-18                                                                                         

Approve use of approximately $29,068 in 2017-2018 one-time funding allocated by the state to Community School for Creative Education to first satisfy outstanding mandate claims, and then, consistent with legislative intent, to support one-time expenses. CSCE will prioritize expenses related to professional development, teacher induction, instructional materials, technology infrastructure, and other investments that support the implementation of the common core standards in English language arts and mathematics, English Language Development standards, and Next Generation Science Standards.