Expanded Learning Opportunities Program Think Tank - Shared screen with speaker view
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Tommy Brewer, II (T2: he/him) | Think Together
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Can you start the non-school days in 2021-2022?
Do we need to offer 30 days (9 hours) of non-school days by June 30, 2022?
Lisa C. Broomfield, Ed.D
When is the plan due for board approval?
ELO-P seems to be pointed toward K-6. How does this impact 7-12 students and ^-8 middle schools?
There is no due date for the plan to be presented to the your local board
No audit for 2021-22. If an LEA does not provide all 30 days of non-school programming there will NOT be a finding.
When it is said that the standards are to be aligned with the ASES Grant, should we track the supplemental attendance separate from the ASES grant? or keep it clean and offer an ELO-P only for students who participate in ELO-P?
Thank you Michael.
@Randy- yes, nonschool days can start in 2021-2022
@Veronica- the 30 nonschool days is each year (the 2021-2022 school year is to start to build programming), there will not be an audit
@Randy: Starting in the 2022–23 school year, LEAs receiving ELO Program funding must meet all K–6 requirements, which include, but are not limited to offering a minimum of a nine hour day for all students in K–6. Once that requirement is met, an LEA may exceed the requirements and serve additional grade spans and/or provide expanded hours of programming. (California Education Code Section 46120[b][D])
More information can be found on the ELO-P webpage: https://www.cde.ca.gov/ls/ex/elopinfo.asp
Anita- ELO-P does not have an attendance requirement, the actual attendance of a student is based on the individual needs of the student and their family.
So a focus should be gathering data for need and offer ELO-P. Then track how the marketing efforts move to ensure we are reaching all households and removing barriers to encourage families to have their students participate based on need.
Great point on the 30 Days Lisa. That is a challenge for other districts as well.
Given Year 1 flexibility, it seems we should have flexibility on the 30 days in year 1, right Jen/Michael?
@Anita. Yes. This process will be very much intrenched in the cqi process and provide new opportunities for young people
@Randy. There will not be an audit for ELO-P requirements for the 2021-22 school year. As programs think about 2022-23, they can look to split the 30 day requirement to run before the school year and after the school year Eg. 15 +15
***CDE will also be providing updated guidance on attendance for programming***
@Sterling: Thank you.
Lisa and Kimberly, thank you so much for your partnership, for your contributions in education and for adding value to this conversation!
If it is from me, Michael answered it :)
Thank you Lisa and Kimberly!
👏 Kimberly & Lisa
Program Plan: https://www.cde.ca.gov/ls/ex/documents/elopprogplanguide.pdf
The program plan needs to be approved by a LEA’s Governing Board in a public meeting and posted on the LEA's website.
The remaining 45 percent of funds will be allocated according to the statutory Principal Apportionment payment schedule beginning with 2021–22 First Principal Apportionment through the new ELO Program funding exhibit. For more information on the Principal Apportionment payment schedule, refer to the Principal Apportionment Payment Schedule web page at https://www.cde.ca.gov/fg/aa/pa/papayschedule.asp.
Paul Solano | Think Together
ELO-P take away #1 - Lead With LoveELO-P take away #2 - NO AUDIT for 2021-2022
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For more information:Visit cde.ca.gov/ls/ex/elopinfo.asp or ThinkTogether.org/ELOPContact your Think Together Regional General ManagerEmail us at Partnerships@ThinkTogether.org
Natalia Flores I Think Together
Thank you for your partnership
Thank you for the information :)
Thank You! Have a great week!
Kimberly Corbin, Director
Thank you for being with on this journey with me everyone!
Lisa C. Broomfield, Ed.D
Thank you Everyone!
Justin Spencer - OMSD
Thank you, this was very informative and much appreciated!