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EIA de-mystifying two lines in ConApp. EIA Security Reservation –(EC 54007 and 5-CCR 4502) $ 2,000,000 K-12 School enrollment of 6,196,371. = 32 cents per student. Use of EIA Security Reservation.

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eia de mystifying two lines in conapp
EIA de-mystifying two lines in ConApp

EIA Security Reservation –(EC 54007 and 5-CCR 4502)

$ 2,000,000

K-12 School enrollment of 6,196,371

= 32 cents per student

use of eia security reservation
Use of EIA Security Reservation

54007. In approving projects pursuant to this chapter, the Superintendent of Public Instruction, with the concurrence of the Director of Finance, may, upon the request of the applicant district, designate a portion of the district's entitlement which may be expended for noninstructional costs, including, but not limited to, costs for vandalism, security, and insurance. In no event, shall the total amount of funds designated for such purposes for all districts in the state exceed two million dollars ($2,000,000).

use of eia security reservation1
Use of EIA Security Reservation

5-CCR 4502-

“Such non-instructional expenditures may be used to meet costs arising from incidents of vandalism, necessary security costs, insurance costs, and/or other costs directly related to school security.”

eia requirements on advisory committees
EIA Requirements on Advisory Committees
  • EIA/LEP requires ELAC and DELAC

(EC 62002.5) Parent advisory committees and school site councils which are in existence pursuant to statutes or regulations as of January 1, 1979, shall continue subsequent to the termination of funding for the programs sunsetted by this chapter.

  • EIA/SCE requires SAC and DAC (5-CCR 4423) Each participating school district shall establish a district advisory council and shall also establish a school advisory council at each participating school. Advisory councils established pursuant to this article shall comply with the ESEA, Title I, law and regulations pertaining to advisory councils.
EIA Alternative Programs (5-CCR 4503)- the LEA and school must demonstrate that:
  • The school parent advisory council has approved and the district parent advisory council has reviewed the implementation of such option.
  • The school proposing to exercise such option is a school which is participating in the state compensatory education program
  • Not more than 25 percent of a district's EIA allocation is expended to carry out the program options authorized by this section and the schoolwide program options authorized by Sections 4500 and 4501.
  • A schoolwide needs assessment has been conducted to determine the necessity of providing such option(s)
EIA Alternative Programs (continued)

The LEA may use any or all of these three options:

  • Extending student eligibility for SCE services for an additional year for students no longer eligible who were eligible in either of the two preceding years.
  • Allowing all students who test below the 90th percentile to receive SCE services in schools with more than 50 % poverty.
  • Allowing a school to conduct an SCE school-wide project designed to assist EDY students, if the need is adequately documented in a school-wide needs assessment.