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«INITIAL STATEMENT OF REASONS SCHOOL FACILITY PROGRAM REGULATIONS Section 1859.2. Definitions. Specific Purpose of the Regulation To provide the ...»

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 Modernization Project Funding o 60 percent state share of project costs and a 40 percent local matching share o Based on per-pupil grant amounts o May qualify for additional or supplemental grants for specific circumstances  Charter School Facilities Program Rehabilitation o 50 percent state share of project costs and 50 percent local matching share o Based on project square footage calculated under Regulation Section 1859.167.1 o Some supplemental grants must be calculated differently from the Modernization calculation method Therefore, new Section 8 sets forth the existing, available additional grants for Charter School Facilities Program Rehabilitation specifically for that category of applications.

Page 4, Specific Instructions, column 2, renumbered Sections 9 and 10: It was necessary to change the numbers of these sections to the next number in sequence because a new section was added to the Form ahead of them by this regulatory action. These are non-substantive changes that keep sequential numbering of the sections in the Form for improved reading and understanding.

Page 5, Specific Instructions, columns 1 and 2, renumbered Sections 11 through 24: It was necessary to change the numbers of these sections to the next number in sequence because a new section was added to the Form ahead of them by this regulatory action. These are nonsubstantive changes that keep sequential numbering of the sections in the Form for improved reading and understanding.

Page 5, Specific Instructions, column 1, renumbered Section 17, first sentence: It was necessary to delete this sentence as it is no longer applicable.

Page 6, Form Data Fields, column 2, Section 2g.: It was necessary to correct “Facility” to “Facilities” in the identification of a specific category of applications. This is a non-substantive correction to maintain the consistency of terminology throughout the SAB’s regulations.

Page 7, Form Data Fields, column 1, Section 6: It was necessary to delete the reference to Charter School Facilities Program Rehabilitation because data for that category of applications is entered in a new and separate Section 8. It will facilitate completion of the Form to enter data for Modernization separately from data for Charter School Facilities Program Rehabilitation.

Page 7, Form Data Fields, column 2, Section 7, heading “Modernization”: It was necessary to delete the reference to Charter School Facilities Program Rehabilitation because data for that category of applications is entered in a new and separate Section 8. It will facilitate completion of the Form to enter data for Modernization separately from data for Charter School Facilities Program Rehabilitation.

Page 7, Form Data Fields, column 2, Section 7, heading “Modernization:” A non-substantive change was made by relocating the data fields for “Small Size Project” and “Urban/Security/ Impacted site” to a higher position in the section. This is a more convenient order of processing for this category of application but makes no difference for funding or any other purpose.

Page 7, Form Data Fields, column 2, new Section 8: It was necessary in this new paragraph to describe applications for Charter School Facilities Program Rehabilitation Additional Grant and Excessive Cost Hardship Request, separate from Modernization Additional Grant Request in Section 6. Charter School Facilities Program Rehabilitation funding has some different

characteristics from Modernization funding that justify describing it under its own section:

 Modernization Project Funding o 60 percent state share of project costs and a 40 percent local matching share o Based on per-pupil grant amounts o May qualify for additional or supplemental grants for specific circumstances  Charter School Facilities Program Rehabilitation o 50 percent state share of project costs and 50 percent local matching share o Based on project square footage calculated under Regulation Section 1859.167.1 o Some supplemental grants must be calculated differently from the Modernization calculation method Therefore, new Section 8 sets forth data fields for the existing, available additional grants for Charter School Facilities Program Rehabilitation specifically for that category of applications.

Page 7, Form Data Fields, column 2, renumbered Sections 9 through 13: It was necessary to change the numbers of these sections to the next number in sequence because a new section was added to the Form ahead of them by this regulatory action. These are non-substantive changes that keep sequential numbering of the sections in the Form for improved reading and understanding.

Page 8, Form Data Fields, column 1, renumbered Sections 14 through 21: It was necessary to change the numbers of these sections to the next number in sequence because a new section was added to the Form ahead of them by this regulatory action. These are non-substantive changes that keep sequential numbering of the sections in the Form for improved reading and understanding.

Page 8, Form Data Fields, column 2, renumbered Certification Section 22: It was necessary to change the number of this section to the next number in sequence because a new section was added to the Form ahead of it by this regulatory action. This is a non-substantive change that keeps sequential numbering of the sections in the Form for improved reading and understanding.





Page 8, Form Data Fields, column 2, renumbered Certification Section 22, fourth and fifth bullets: It was necessary to correct “Facility” to “Facilities” in the identification of a specific category of applications. This is a non-substantive correction to maintain the consistency of terminology throughout the SAB’s regulations.

Page 8, Form Data Fields, column 2, renumbered Certification Section 23: It was necessary to change the number of this section to the next number in sequence because a new section was added to the Form ahead of it by this regulatory action. This is a non-substantive change that keeps sequential numbering of the sections in the Form for improved reading and understanding.

Page 8, Form Data Fields, column 2, renumbered Certification Section 23, second bullet: It was necessary to correct “Facility” to “Facilities” in the identification of a specific category of applications. This is a non-substantive correction to maintain the consistency of terminology throughout the SAB’s regulations.

Page 9, Form Data Fields, columns 1 and 2, renumbered Certification Section 24: It was necessary to change the number of this section to the next number in sequence because a new section was added to the Form ahead of it by this regulatory action. This is a non-substantive change that keeps sequential numbering of the sections in the Form for improved reading and understanding.

Page 9, Form Data Fields, column 1, renumbered Certification Section 24, top of page, line 2: It was necessary to correct text references from “21 and 22” to “22 and 23” because these sections were renumbered by this regulatory action. This is a non-substantive correction to maintain the consistency of section references in the SAB’s regulations.

Page 9, Form Data Fields, column 1, renumbered Certification Section 24, eighth and eleventh bullets: It was necessary to correct “Facility” to “Facilities” in the identification of a specific category of applications. This is a non-substantive correction to maintain the consistency of terminology throughout the SAB’s regulations.

Application for Charter School Preliminary Apportionment, Form SAB 50-09 (Revised 12/1105/14).

Specific Purpose of the Form To bring current the latest revision date for this Form. To make non-substantive changes to words and corrections to section numbers referenced in the text.

Need for the Form Form Heading, all pages: It was necessary to update the revision date of this Form SAB 50-09 from “12/11” to “05/14” for the consistency of the SAB’s forms and regulations, and so that applicants for Charter School Preliminary Apportionments can identify the latest version of the Form to file.

Page 1, General Instructions, first column, first paragraph, lines 2 and 3: It was necessary to capitalize the first letters of the words “Charter School.” This is a non-substantive correction to maintain the consistency of terminology throughout the SAB’s regulations.

Page 1, General Instructions, first column, second paragraph, line 1: It was necessary to replace the words “charter school” with “applicant” in order to maintain consistency throughout the SAB’s regulations and with the Education Code. This regulatory amendment allows both charter schools and school districts to apply for CSFP funding.

Page 1, General Instructions, first column, fourth paragraph, second bullet: It was necessary to capitalize the first letters of the words “Charter School.” This is a non-substantive correction to maintain the consistency of terminology throughout the SAB’s regulations.

Page 1, General Instructions, first column, fifth paragraph, first and second bullets: It was necessary to capitalize the first letters of the words “Charter School.” This is a non-substantive correction to maintain the consistency of terminology throughout the SAB’s regulations.

Page 1, General Instructions, second column, seventh paragraph, first bullet: It was necessary to capitalize the first letters of the words “Charter School.” This is a non-substantive correction to maintain the consistency of terminology throughout the SAB’s regulations.

Page 1, General Instructions, second column, eighth paragraph: It was necessary to replace the words “charter schools” with “applicants” in order to maintain consistency throughout the SAB’s regulations and with the Education Code. These regulatory amendments allow both charter schools and school districts to apply for CSFP funding.

Page 1, General Instructions, second column, tenth paragraph, line 1: It was necessary to capitalize the first letters of the words “Charter School.” This is a non-substantive correction to maintain the consistency of terminology throughout the SAB’s regulations.

Page 2, Specific Instructions, first column, first paragraph, line 2: It was necessary to capitalize the first letters of the words “Charter School.” This is a non-substantive correction to maintain the consistency of terminology throughout the SAB’s regulations.

Page 2, Specific Instructions, first column, Section 1: It was necessary to replace the words “Charter School” with “applicant” in order to maintain consistency throughout the SAB’s regulations and with the Education Code. These regulatory amendments allow both charter schools and school districts to apply for CSFP funding.

Page 2, Specific Instructions, first column, Section 2: It was necessary to capitalize the first letters of the words “Charter School.” This is a non-substantive correction to maintain the consistency of terminology throughout the SAB’s regulations.

Page 2, Specific Instructions, first column, Section 4a. and 4b.: It was necessary to capitalize the first letters of the words “Charter School.” This is a non-substantive correction to maintain the consistency of terminology throughout the SAB’s regulations.

Page 2, Specific Instructions, second column, Section 5, 5a, 5b.2, and 5c: It was necessary to replace the words “district” and “charter school” with “applicant” in order to maintain consistency throughout the SAB’s regulations and with the Education Code. These regulatory amendments allow both charter schools and school districts to apply for CSFP funding.

Page 2, Specific Instructions, second column, Section 7a: It was necessary to correct a text reference from Section “1859.163.1(a)(7)” to “1859.163.5(a)(4)” in order to refer to the applicable guidance for Charter School Facilities Program Rehabilitation only.

Page 2, Specific Instructions, second column, Section 7b: It was necessary to correct a text reference from Section “1859.163.1(a)(5)” to “1859.163.5(a)(2)” in order to refer to the applicable guidance for Charter School Facilities Program Rehabilitation only.

Page 2, Specific Instructions, second column, Section 7c: It was necessary to correct a text reference from Section “1859.163.1(a)(6)” to “1859.163.5(a)(3)” in order to refer to the applicable guidance for Charter School Facilities Program Rehabilitation only.

Page 3, Specific Instructions, first column, Section 11a, 11b, 11d, and 11e: It was necessary to capitalize the first letters of the words “Charter School.” This is a non-substantive correction to maintain the consistency of terminology throughout the SAB’s regulations.

Page 3, Specific Instructions, second column, the entire Section 12, includes Parts A and B: It was necessary to capitalize the first letters of the words “Charter School.” This is a nonsubstantive correction to maintain the consistency of terminology throughout the SAB’s regulations.

Page 4, Form Data Fields, introductory sentence: It was necessary to capitalize the first letters of the words “Charter School.” This is a non-substantive correction to maintain the consistency of terminology throughout the SAB’s regulations.

Page 4, Form data Fields, first column, Section 2b.: It was necessary to capitalize the first letters of the words “Charter School.” This is a non-substantive correction to maintain the consistency of terminology throughout the SAB’s regulations.

Page 5, Form data Fields, first column, Section 11a and 11b: It was necessary to capitalize the first letters of the words “Charter School.” This is a non-substantive correction to maintain the consistency of terminology throughout the SAB’s regulations.

Page 5, Certification, second column, Section 12, boxes 1 and 2, and bullets 1, 2, 3, and 4: It was necessary to capitalize the first letters of the words “Charter School.” This is a nonsubstantive correction to maintain the consistency of terminology throughout the SAB’s regulations.

Page 5, Certification, second column, Section 12, bullets 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, and 11: It was necessary to replace the words “charter school” with “applicant” in order to maintain consistency throughout the SAB’s regulations and with the Education Code. These regulatory amendments allow both charter schools and school districts to apply for CSFP funding.



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