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Bulletin No. 369 
June 14, 2004 
TO:  Business Administrators Selected Los Angeles County School Districts  
FROM:  Jon London, Business Advisory Services Manager   Financial Management Services Division Business Advisory Services  
SUBJECT:  NOTICES THE FIRST AND SECOND APPORTIONMENTS FOR TITLE PART  INNOVATIVE EDUCATION PROGRAM STRATEGIES THE CHILD LEFT BEHIND ACT 2001 (PL 107-110), FISCAL YEAR 2003-04  

Attached are the Notices the First and Second Apportionments for Title Part AInnovative Education Program Strategies the Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act 2001 (PL 107-110), Fiscal Year (FY) 2003-04. The programs purpose support innovative education programs. 
This apportionment has been made from Federal funds provided the state under Title the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) 1965, amended Title the NCLB Act 2001.  This grant award subject the provisions Title the ESEA, applicable, and the General Education Provisions Act (PL 103-382). This grant award also subject the Title regulations Part 200 Title the Code Federal Regulation (CFR), and the Education Department General Administrative Regulations CFR Parts and 77, 80-82, 85, and 97-99. The funding appropriated Item 6110-123-0890 the 2003 Budget Act (Chapter 157/Statutes 2003).  The California suballocation (pass-through) number Project Cost Account Code 14354. 
AMOUNT APPORTIONED 
For the First Apportionment, the statewide amount $15,589,989. this, local educational agencies (LEAs) Los Angeles County receive $5,427,488. The Second Apportionment totals $15,593,101 statewide. Los Angeles County LEAs receive $5,430,600. Each apportionment represents percent each LEAs 2003-04 entitlement.  The California Department Education (CDE) indicates that anticipates Third Apportionment with the remaining percent each LEAs entitlement released later June 2004. 
Each LEAs entitlement was based point system with each point worth $2.58512.  Points are accumulated follows: 
One point for each pupil reported the October 2002 California Basic Educational Data System 
Notices the First and Second Apportionments for Title Part A-Innovative Education Program Strategies the Child Left Behind Act 2001 (PL 107-110), Fiscal Year 2003-04 June 14, 2004 Page  One point for each private school participating enrollment  Additional points per pupil based the percentile ranking the LEA based the percentage its students eligible for free reduced price meals (FRPM)  3.5 points per FRPM student, the LEA ranks the top quartile (total percent 100 61.9597).  2.0 points per FRPM student, the LEA ranks the second quartile (61.9596 36.3757). point per FRPM student, the LEA ranks the third quartile (36.3756 13.5349). points, the LEA ranks the fourth quartile (less than 13.5348).  

SPENDING CONSTRAINTS 
LEAs may use the funds design and implement innovative projects and activities chosen from one more the program areas identified 107-110, Section 5131.  The purpose these programs should be:	 Support local education reform efforts that are consistent with statewide efforts.	 Implement promising educational reform and school improvement based scientific research.	 Provide continuing source innovation, educational reform, and school improvement, including support library services and instructional and media materials.	 Meet the educational needs all students, including at-risk youths.	 Improve school, student, and teacher performance, including professional development activities and class size reduction. 
Under terms the federal Tydings Amendment, Section 421(B) the General Education Provisions Act 20, U.S.C. 1225(b), any funds that are not obligated the end the federal funding period (July 2003, through September 30, 2004) shall remain available for obligation for additional period months (to September 30, 2005).  
LEAs are strongly encouraged minimize the time frame between the receipt and expenditure Federal funds. Federal guidelines discourage the release additional funds LEAs that have not spent dollars previously apportioned. The CDE indicates that, beginning 2003-04, will review the percentage Federal carryover funds from prior fiscal years each LEAs books, and may delay the release additional Federal funds LEAs with significant balances. 
Any interest excess $100 earned Federal funds must returned the CDE.  Such interest should remitted the following address: 
Cashiering Accounting Office Fiscal and Administrative Services Division California Department Education 1430 Street, Suite 2213 Sacramento, 
Notices the First and Second Apportionments for Title Part A-Innovative Education Program Strategies the Child Left Behind Act 2001 (PL 107-110), Fiscal Year 2003-04 June 14, 2004 Page ensure proper posting payments, include the programs PCA number and identify the payment Federal Interest Returned. 

CHARTER SCHOOLS 
Direct funded charter schools are required apply individually for this program and are identified separately the Schedule Apportionment.  Locally funded charter schools apply through their chartering agencies and their funding included the district amounts shown.  Districts are asked share this information with any charter schools the district charters that are affected this apportionment. 

ACCOUNTING CONSIDERATIONS 
LEAs should record these funds Resource Code 4110, NCLB: Title VI/Title Part Innovative Education Strategies, Formula Entitlements, and Revenue Object Code 8290, All Other Federal Revenue. 
For questions about this bulletin, please call (562) 922-6287. 
Approved: Deborah Simons, Director Division Business Advisory Services 
JL:kw/cr Attachments 
Informational Bulletin No. 369 BAS-186-2003-04 
Taken from: http://www.cde.ca.gov/fg/aa/ca/t50304apport1letter.asp Display version 

March 19, 2004 
Dear County Superintendents Schools, Auditors, and Treasurers: 
NOTICE THE FIRST APPORTIONMENT FOR 
TITLE PART INNOVATIVE EDUCATION PROGRAM STRATEGIES THE CHILD LEFT BEHIND ACT 2001 (PL 107-110) 
FISCAL YEAR 2003-2004 

This apportionment, the amount $15,589,989, made from federal funds provided the State under Title the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) 1965 amended Title the Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act 2001 (PL 107-110). Upon receipt this apportionment, participating local educational agencies (LEAs) will have received percent their total entitlement. anticipated that the second percent will paid April, and the final percent June 2004.  
The purpose these funds support innovative education programs. LEAs have the flexibility design and implement innovative projects and activities within one more innovative program areas identified 107-110, Section 5131. Individual projects and activities should designed to: (1) support local education reform efforts that are consistent with statewide education reform efforts, (2) implement promising educational reform and school improvement based scientific research, (3) provide continuing source innovation, educational reform, and school improvement, including support library services and instructional and media materials, (4) meet the educational needs all students, including at-risk youth, and 
(5) improve school, student, and teacher performance, including professional development activities and class size reduction. accordance with federal law, entitlements are calculated point system formula using rate approximately $2.58512 per point. LEAs receive one point per pupil reported the October 2002 California Basic Educational Data System, and one point for each private school participating enrollment. addition, LEAs are ranked based their percentage students eligible for free reduced price meals (FRPM) October 2002 and receive additional points per FRPM student follows: 3.5 points for LEAs the top quartile (total percent 100 61.9597); points for LEAs the second quartile (61.9596 36.3757); point for LEAs the third quartile (36.3756 13.5349); and points for LEAs the fourth quartile (13.5348 0).  
Direct funded charter schools must apply individually for this program. identify the amount for direct funded charter schools separate from the district county amount. All other charter schools must apply through their authorizing agency, and funding associated with the charter school included the district county amount.  
The United States Department Education (USDE) award number S298A030005-03A. The Catalog Federal Domestic Assistance Subprogram number 84.298A. This grant subject the provisions Title the ESEA, applicable, and the General Education Provisions Act (PL 103-382). This grant also subject the Title regulations Part 200 Title the Code Federal Regulations (CFR) and the Education Department General Administrative Regulations CFR Parts and 77, 80-82, and 97-99. The funding appropriated Item 6110-123-0890 the 2003 Budget Act (Chapter 157, Statutes 2003). 
Attachment No. to: Informational Bulletin No. 369 BAS-186-2003-04 
The California sub-allocation (pass-through) number Project Cost Account Code 14354. Under the federal "Tydings Amendment," Section 421(b) the General Education Provisions Act 20.20 U.S.C. 1225(b), any funds that are not obligated the end the federal funding period (July 2003 through September 30, 2004) shall remain available for obligation for additional period months (to September 30, 2005). order comply with federal cash management requirements, LEAs must expend federal funds timely manner. Although the Tydings Amendment provides specific timelines governing the expenditure/encumbrance program funds, federal guidelines discourage the release additional funding LEAs that have not spent the dollars previously apportioned. LEAs are therefore requested minimize the time frame between receipt and expenditure federal program funds. Beginning the 2003-2004 fiscal year, the California Department Education will review the percentage federal carry-over funds from prior fiscal years for each LEA and the release future apportionments may delayed for LEAs with significant balances.  
Federal law Title CFR 80.21(i) also requires that any interest earned LEAs federal dollars returned the USDE the amount excess $100. LEAs should forward interest payments for remittance USDE to: California Department Education, Attention: Cashiering, 1430 Street, Suite 2213, Sacramento, 95814. ensure proper posting payments, please include the program's PCA number and identify the payment "Federal Interest Returned." 
Warrants will mailed each county treasurer approximately four weeks from the date this Notice. For standardized account code structure (SACS) coding, use Resource Code 4110, NCLB: Title VI/Title Part Innovative Ed. Strategies, Formula Entitlements, and Revenue Object Code 8290, All Other Federal Revenue. County superintendents schools are requested inform LEAs, including direct-funded charter schools, immediately this apportionment. you have any questions regarding this apportionment, please contact Julie Brucklacher, Associate Analyst, Categorical Programs, (916) 327-4406 e-mail jbruckla@cde.ca.gov, Ross Valentine, Fiscal Services Assistant, Categorical Programs, (916) 327-4405 e-mail rvalenti@cde.ca.gov. For program issues, please contact Jerry Cummings, Program Consultant, Title Policy and Partnership Office, (916) 319-0381 e-mail jcummings@cde.ca.gov. 
Sincerely, 
JACK O'CONNELL 
JO:jb Enclosures 
Taken from: http://www.cde.ca.gov/fg/aa/ca/nclbvnotice031804.asp Display version 

Notice the First Apportionment for 
Title Part A--Innovative Education Program Strategies 
the Child Left Behind Act 2001 (PL 107-110),
 Fiscal Year 2003-2004
 
The State Controller, State Treasurer, State Department Finance, and County Auditors, County Treasurers, and County Superintendents Schools are hereby notified that apportionment from the Federal Trust Fund made from funds provided Item 6110-123-0890 the 2003 Budget Act (Chapter 157, Statutes 2003). 
Summary Apportionment: 
Item 6110-123-0890(2) Innovative Programs  $40,229,000 
 Plus:    Budget Revision  $1,000,000  
Total Budget Authority  $41,229,000  
Less:    Current Apportionment  $15,589,989  
Balance Available  $25,639,011  

This apportionment made support Innovative Education Program Strategies pursuant Title Child Left Behind Act 2001 (PL 107-110). 
The State Controller will draw warrants from the State's Federal Trust Fund favor the County Treasurers specified the attached schedule.   The County Treasurers are requested deposit immediately the amount received the General Fund the local educational agency. hereby certify that this true and correct statement apportionment made directed law. further certify that this apportionment accordance with all applicable provisions the Budget Act, the Education Code, and the Constitution the State California pertaining the particular appropriation cited this document.  
State Superintendent Public Instruction Authorized Designee 
PCA: 14354/Index: 0510 
March 18, 2004 
SCHEDULE THE FIRST APPORTIONMENT
 TITLE PART --INNOVATIVE EDUCATION PROGRAM STRATEGIES
 THE CHILD LEFT BEHIND ACT 2001 (PL 107-110)
 FISCAL YEAR 2003-2004
 
CO/ SCH VENDOR PERCENT
 CDS CODE CODE LOCAL EDUCATIONAL AGENCY ENTITLEMENT PAYMENT 64188 Shaffer Union Elementary $3,889 $1,556 64196 Susanville Elementary $6,463 $2,585 64204 1830132 C399 Westwood Charter School $4,333 $1,733 64204 Westwood Unified $4,797 $1,919 75036 Fort Sage Unified $3,889 $1,556 75036 6010763 C320 Long Valley Charter School $3,889 $1,556 
TOTAL LASSEN TREASURER $54,483 $21,797 
LOS ANGELES 10199 6116883 C249 Odyssey Charter School $3,889 $1,556 10199 Los Angeles Co. Office Educ $32,340 $12,936 64212 ABC Unified $81,773 $32,709 64220 Alhambra City Elementary $101,504 $40,602 64238 Alhambra City High $70,415 $28,166 64246 1996347 C315 Henry Hearns Charter Sch $3,889 $1,556 64246 Antelope Valley Union $71,972 $28,789 64261 Arcadia Unified $28,643 $11,457 64279 Azusa Unified $108,564 $43,426 64287 Baldwin Park Unified $167,909 $67,164 64295 Bassett Unified $65,062 $26,025 64303 Bellflower Unified $85,855 $34,342 64311 Beverly Hills Unified $15,968 $6,387 64329 Bonita Unified $36,854 $14,742 64337 Burbank Unified $57,429 $22,972 64345 Castaic Union Elementary $9,989 $3,996 64352 Centinela Valley Union $39,051 $15,620 64378 Charter Oak Unified $25,624 $10,250 64394 Claremont Unified $22,609 $9,044 64436 Covina-Valley Unified $74,519 $29,808 64444 Culver City Unified $26,001 $10,400 64451 Downey Unified $125,027 $50,011 64469 Duarte Unified $39,542 $15,817 64477 Eastside Union Elementary $23,731 $9,492 64485 East Whittier City Elem $34,385 $13,754 64501 Monte City Elementary $121,083 $48,433 64519 Monte Union High $84,907 $33,963 64527 Rancho Unified $104,970 $41,988 64535 Segundo Unified $8,546 $3,418 64550 Garvey Elementary $70,101 $28,040 64568 Glendale Unified $156,206 $62,482 64576 Glendora Unified $29,010 $11,604 64584 Gorman Elementary $3,889 $1,556 
SCHEDULE THE FIRST APPORTIONMENT
 TITLE PART --INNOVATIVE EDUCATION PROGRAM STRATEGIES
 THE CHILD LEFT BEHIND ACT 2001 (PL 107-110)
 FISCAL YEAR 2003-2004
 
CO/  SCH  VENDOR PERCENT  
CDS CODE  CODE  LOCAL EDUCATIONAL AGENCY  ENTITLEMENT  PAYMENT  64584  1996677  C478  Lifeline Education Charter School  $3,889  $1,556  64584  1996305  C285  Gorman Learning Center  $5,648  $2,259  64592  Hawthorne Elementary  $102,136  $40,854  64600  Hermosa Beach City Elem  $3,889  $1,556  64626  Hughes-Elizabeth Lakes  $3,889  $1,556  64634  0101667  C582  Inglewood Preparatory Academy Charter  $3,889  $1,556  64634  Inglewood Unified  $96,994  $38,798  64642  Keppel Union Elementary  $26,415  $10,566  64659 Canada Unified  $16,299  $6,520  64667  Lancaster Elementary  $95,706  $38,282  64683  Las Virgenes Unified  $35,072  $14,029  64691  Lawndale Elementary  $59,543  $23,817  64691  1996438  C353  Environmental Charter High School  $3,889  $1,556  64709  1996313  C281  Animo Leadership High  $4,413  $1,765  64709  Lennox Elementary  $79,381  $31,752  64717  Little Lake City Elem  $43,917  $17,567  64725  6113146  C058  Constellation Community Charter Middle  $3,889  $1,556  64725  6118269  C291  New City School  $3,889  $1,556  64725  Long Beach Unified  $832,858  $333,143  64733  0100297  C520  Cornerstone Prep Charter  $3,889  $1,556  64733  0100768  C536  Culture and Language Academy Success  $3,889  $1,556  64733  0100800  C534  Central City Value School  $3,889  $1,556  64733  0101444  C530  KIPP Academy Opportunity  $3,889  $1,556  64733  0101634  C580  CHIME Charter Middle School  $3,889  $1,556  64733  0101659  C570  Crenshaw Arts-Tech Charter School  $3,889  $1,556  64733  1996594  C470  Discovery Charter Prep  $3,889  $1,556  64733  1996610  C461  Los Angeles Leadership  $3,889  $1,556  64733  6019079  C446  Santa Monica Blvd. Community Charter  $3,889  $1,556  64733  6114912  C131  Watts Learning Center  $3,889  $1,556  64733  6116750  C213  Community Charter Middle  $3,889  $1,556  64733  6117667  C293  Camino Nuevo Charter Acad  $3,889  $1,556  64733  6117949  C319  Valley Community Charter School  $3,889  $1,556  64733  6118194  C331  Cal Academy for Liberal Studies  $3,889  $1,556  64733  6119044  C388  Multicultural Learning Center  $3,889  $1,556  64733  6119531  C417  CHIME Charter School  $3,889  $1,556  64733  6119895  C449  Pacifica Community Charter  $3,889  $1,556  64733  6119903  C448  Las Familias del Pueblo  $3,889  $1,556  64733  6119929  C447  Academia Semillas del Pueblo  $3,889  $1,556  64733  6119945  C438  Magnolia Science Academy  $3,889  $1,556  64733  6120471  C473  Puente Charter School  $3,889  $1,556  64733  6120489  C475  Para Los Ninos Charter  $3,889  $1,556  64733  6119424  C404  Camino Nuevo Charter Middle  $6,809  $2,724  

SCHEDULE THE FIRST APPORTIONMENT
 TITLE PART --INNOVATIVE EDUCATION PROGRAM STRATEGIES
 THE CHILD LEFT BEHIND ACT 2001 (PL 107-110)
 FISCAL YEAR 2003-2004
 
CO/ SCH VENDOR PERCENT
 CDS CODE CODE LOCAL EDUCATIONAL AGENCY ENTITLEMENT PAYMENT 64733 1995836 C037 Palisades Charter High $7,828 $3,131 64733 1933746 C572 Granada Hills High School $10,020 $4,008 64733 6017016 C030 Fenton Avenue Charter $11,589 $4,636 64733 6019715 C016 Vaughn Next Century Learning Center $15,030 $6,012 64733 Los Angeles Unified $7,025,173 $2,810,069 64758 Los Nietos Elementary $27,338 $10,935 64766 Lowell Joint $10,227 $4,091 64774 Lynwood Unified $112,391 $44,956 64790 Monrovia Unified $38,376 $15,350 64808 Montebello Unified $337,492 $134,997 64816 Mountain View Elementary $101,990 $40,796 64832 Newhall Elementary $22,535 $9,014 64840 Norwalk-La Mirada Unif $127,741 $51,096 64857 Palmdale Elementary $195,685 $78,274 64865 Palos Verdes Peninsula $29,013 $11,605 64873 Paramount Unified $179,097 $71,639 64881 Pasadena Unified $209,408 $83,763 64907 Pomona Unified $314,449 $125,780 64931 Rosemead Elementary $32,467 $12,987 64964 San Marino Unified $10,302 $4,121 64980 Santa Monica-Malibu Unif $48,236 $19,294 64998 Saugus Union Elementary $26,006 $10,402 65029 South Pasadena Unified $11,713 $4,685 65037 South Whittier Element $24,905 $9,962 65045 Sulphur Springs Union $18,228 $7,291 65052 Temple City Unified $19,701 $7,880 65060 Torrance Unified $82,135 $32,854 65078 Valle Lindo Elementary $11,805 $4,722 65094 West Covina Unified $54,675 $21,870 65102 Westside Union Elem $23,432 $9,373 65110 Whittier City Elementary $65,582 $26,233 65128 Whittier Union High $43,440 $17,376 65136 William Hart Union $48,264 $19,306 65151 Wilsona Elementary $19,240 $7,696 65169 Wiseburn Elementary $8,826 $3,530 73437 Compton Unified $344,870 $137,948 73445 Hacienda Puente Unif $216,240 $86,496 73452 Rowland Unified $102,412 $40,965 73460 Walnut Valley Unified $39,640 $15,856 75291 San Gabriel Unified $33,632 $13,453 75309 Acton-Agua Dulce Unif $6,367 $2,547 75333 Manhattan Beach Unif $18,447 $7,379 
SCHEDULE THE FIRST APPORTIONMENT
 TITLE PART --INNOVATIVE EDUCATION PROGRAM STRATEGIES
 THE CHILD LEFT BEHIND ACT 2001 (PL 107-110)
 FISCAL YEAR 2003-2004
 
CO/ SCH VENDOR PERCENT
 CDS CODE CODE LOCAL EDUCATIONAL AGENCY ENTITLEMENT PAYMENT 75341 Redondo Beach Unified $25,732 $10,293 75671 1996586 C432 Animo Inglewood Charter High School $3,889 $1,556 75697 1996693 C505 School the Arts and Enterprise $3,889 $1,556 

TOTAL LOS ANGELES TREAS $13,568,685 $5,427,488 
MADERA 10207 Madera Co. Office Educ $3,889 $1,556 65177 Alview-Dairyland Union $3,889 $1,556 65185 Bass Lake Joint Elementary $4,260 $1,704 65193 Chowchilla Elementary $16,519 $6,608 65201 Chowchilla Union High $3,889 $1,556 65219 Coarsegold Union Elem $3,889 $1,556 65243 0100016 C507 Sherman Thomas Charter $3,889 $1,556 65243 Madera Unified $158,047 $63,219 65276 Raymond-Knowles Union $3,889 $1,556 73734 Yosemite Joint Union High $4,123 $1,649 75580 Golden Valley Unified $3,889 $1,556 75606 Chawanakee Joint Unif $4,206 $1,682 

TOTAL MADERA TREASURER $214,378 $85,754 
MARIN 10215 Marin Co. Office $3,889 $1,556 65300 Bolinas-Stinson Union $3,889 $1,556 65318 Dixie Elementary $7,241 $2,896 65334 Kentfield Elementary $3,889 $1,556 65342 Laguna Joint Elementary $3,889 $1,556 65359 Lagunitas Elementary $3,889 $1,556 65367 Larkspur Elementary $3,889 $1,556 65375 Lincoln Elementary $3,889 $1,556 65391 Mill Valley Elementary $5,915 $2,366 65409 Nicasio Elementary $3,889 $1,556 65417 Novato Unified $23,892 $9,557 65425 Reed Union Elementary $3,889 $1,556 65433 Ross Elementary $3,889 $1,556 65458 San Rafael City Elemen $19,580 $7,832 65466 San Rafael City High $7,225 $2,890 65474 Sausalito Marin City $3,889 $1,556 65482 Tamalpais Union High $11,147 $4,459 65516 Union Joint Elementary $3,889 $1,556 73361 Shoreline Unified $3,889 $1,556 75002 Ross Valley Elementary $6,204 $2,482 
TOTAL MARIN TREASURER $131,761 $52,710 

Attachment No. to: Informational Bulletin No. 369 BAS-186-2003-04 
May 12, 2004 Page 
Direct funded charter schools must apply individually for this program. identify the amount for direct funded charter schools separate from the district county amount All other charter schools must apply through their authorizing agency, and funding associated with the charter school included the district county amount. 
The United States Department Education (USDE) award number S298A030005-03A. The Catalog Federal Domestic Assistance Subprogram number 84.298A. This grant subject the provisfons Title the ESEA, applicable, and the General Education Provisions Act (PL 103-382). This grant also subject the Title regulations Part 200 Title the Code Federal Regulations (CFR) and the Education Department General Administrative Regulations CFR Parts and 77, 80-82, and 97-99. The funding appropriated Item 6110-123-0890 the 2003 Budget Act (Chapter 157, Statutes 2003). The California sub-allocation (pass-through) number Program Cost Account (PCA) Code 14354. Under the federal "Tydings Amendment," Section 421(b) the General Education Provisions Act 20.20 
U.S.C. 1225(b any funds that are not obligated the end the federal funding period (July 2003 through September 30, 2004} shall reain available for obligation for additional period months (to September 30, 2005). order comply with federal cash management requirements, LEAs must expend federal funds timely manner. Although the Tydings Amendment provides specific 
timelines governing the expenditure/encumbrance program funds, federal guidelines 
discourage the release additional funding LEAs that have not spent the dollars 
previously apportioned. LEAs are therefore requested minimize the time frame between receipt and expenditure federal program funds. Beginning the 2003-04 
fiscal year, the California Department Education will review the percentage federal 
carry-over funds from prior fiscal years for each LEA and the release future 
apportionments may delayed for LEAs with significant balances. 
Federal law Tille CFR 80.21 (i) also requires that any interest earned LEAs federal dollars returned the USDE the amount excess $100. LEAs should forward interest payments for remittance USDE to: 
Cashiering 
Accounting Office 
Fiscal and Administrative Services Division 
California Department Education 
1430 Street, Suite 2213 
Sacramento, 95814 ensure proper posting payments, please include the program's PCA number and identify the payment "Federal Interest Returned." 

May 12, 2004 Page 
Warrants will mailed each county treasurer approximately four weeks from the date this Notice. For standardized account code structure (SACS) coding, use Resource Code 4110, NCLB: Trtle VlffiUe Part Innovative Ed. Strategies, Formula Entitlements, and Revenue Object Code 8290, All Other Federal Revenue. County superintendents schools are requested inform LEAs, including direct funded charter schools, immediately this apportionment. you have further questions regarding this apportionment, please contact Julie Brucklacher, Associate Analyst, Categorical Programs Unit, (916) 327-4406 e-mail jbruckla@cde.ca.gov, Ross Valentine, Fiscal Services Assistant, Categorical Programs Unit, (916) 327-4405 e-mail Nalenti@cde.ca.gov. For program issues, please contact Jerry Cummings, Program Consultant, Title Policy and Partnership Office, (916) 319-0381 e-mail atjcummings@cde.ca.gov. 
Sincerely, O'CONNELL 
JO:jb 
Enclosures 

EDUCATION 
May 14, 2004 AJO STREET SACRAMENTO, 958 AS901 
NOTICE THE SECOND APPORTIONMENT FOR 
TITLE PART A-INNOVATIVE EDUCATION PROGRAM STRATEGIES THE CHILD LEFT BEHIND ACT 2001(PL107-110), FISCAL YEAR 2003-04 
The State Controller, State Treasurer, State Department Finance, and County Auditors, County Treasurers, and County Superintendents Schools are hereby notified that apportionment from the Federal Trust Fund made from funds provided Item 6110-123-0890 the 2003 Budget Act (Chapter 157, Statutes 2003). 

PCA: 14354/lndex: 0510 

SCHEDULE THE SECOND APPORTIONMENT 
TITLE PART A-INNOVATIVE EDUCATION PROGRAM STRATEGIES 
THE CHILD LEFT BEHIND ACT 2001(PL 107-110) 

FISCAL YEAR 2003-04 

COi SCH VENDOR PERCENT 
COS CODE CODE NUMBER LOCAL EDUCATIONAL AGENCY ENTITLEMENT PAYMENT 

LOS ANGELES 10199  6116883 C249  Odyssey Charter School 10199  0102020 C597  Today's Fresh Start Charter School 10199  Los Angeles Co. Office Educ 64212  ABC Unified 64220  Alhambra City Elementary 64238  Alhambra City High 64246  1996347 C315  Henry Hearns Charter Sch 64246  Antelope Valley Union 64261  Arcadia Unified 64279  Azusa Unified 64287  Baldwin Park Unified 64295  Bassett Unified  

$3,889 
$3,889 
$32,340 
$81,773 $101,504 
$70,415 
$3,889 
$71,972 $28,643 $108,564 $167,909 
$65,062 64311  Beverly Hills Unified 64329  Bonita Unified 64337  Burbank Unified 64345  Castaic Union Elementary 64352  Centinela Valley Union 64378  Charter Oak Unified.  

$15,968 
$36,854 
$57,429 
$9,989 
$39,051 
$25,624 $1,556 
$3, 112 
$12,936 
$32,709 
$40,602 
$28,166 
$1,556 
$28,789 
$11,457 $43,426 
$67,164 
$26,025 .64303 Bellflower Unified $85,855 
$6,387 $14,742 $22,972 
$3,996 
$15,620 
$10,250 64394 Claremont Unified $22,609 64436 Covina-Valley Unified $74,519 $29,808 64444 Culver City Unified $26,001 $10,400 64451 Downey Unified $125,027 $50,011 64469 Duarte Unified $39,542 $15,817 64477 Eastside Union Elementary $23,731 $9,492 64485 East Whittier City Elem $34,385 64501 Monte City Elementary $121,083 $48,433 64519 Monte Union High $84,907 $33,963 64527 Rancho Unified $104,970 $41,988 64535 Segundo Unified $8,546 $3,418 64550 Garvey Elementary $70,101 $28,040 64568 Glendale Unified $156,206 $62.482 64576 Glendora Unified $29,010 $11,604 64584 Gorman Elementary $3,889 $1,556 64584 1996677 C478 Lifeline Education Charter School $3,889 $1,556 64584 1996305 C285 Gorman Learning Center 

$5,648 $2,259 64592 Hawthorne Elementary 
$102,136 $40,854 64600 Hermosa Beach City Elem 
$3,889 $1,556 64626 Hughes-Elizabeth Lakes 
$3,889 64634 
0101667 C582 Inglewood Preparatory Academy Charter $3,889 $1,556 64634 Inglewood Unified $96,994 $38,798 
SCHEDULE THE SECOND APPORTIONMENT 
TITLE PART A-INNOVATIVE EDUCATION PROGRAM STRATEGIES 
THE CHILD LEFT BEHIND ACT 2001{PL107-110) 

FISCAL YEAR 2003-04 

COi SCH VENDOR PERCENT 
CDS CODE CODE NUMBER LOCAL EDUCATIONAL AGENCY ENTITLEMENT PAYMENT 64642 Keppel Union Bementary $26,415 $10,566 64659 Canada Unified $16,299 $6,520 64667 Lancaster Bementary $95,706 $38,282 64683 Las Virgenes Unified $35,072 $14,029 64691 Lawndale Elementary $59,543 $23,817 64691 1996438 C353 Environmental Charter High School $3,889 $1,556 64709 
1996313 C281 Animo Leadership High 
$1,765 64709 Lennox Bementary $79,381 $31,752 64717 Little Lake City Bern $43,917 $17,567 19 64725 6113146 C058 Constellation Community Charter Middle 3.889 $1,556 64725 6118269 C291 New City School $3,889 $1,556 64725 Long Beach Unified $832,858 $333,143 64733 0100297 C520 Cornerstone Prep Charter $3,889 $1,556 64733 0100768 C536 Culture and Language Academy Succe{)s $3,889 $1,556 64733 0100800 C534 Central City Value School $3,889 $1,556 64733 0101444 C530 KIPP Academy Opportunity $3,889 $1,556 64733 0101634 C580 CHIME Charter Middle School $3,889 $1,556 64733 0101659 C570 Crenshaw Arts-Tech Charter School $3,889 $1,556 64733 1996594 C470 Discovery Charter Prep $3,889 $1,556 64733 1996610 C461 Los Angeles Leadership $3,889 $1,556 64733 6019079 C446 Santa Monica Blvd. Community Charter $3,889 $1,556 64733 6114912 C131 ,/atts Leaming Center $3,889 $1,556 64733 6116750 C213 Community Charter Middle $3,889 $1,556 64733 6117667 C293 Camino Nuevo Charter Acad $3,889 $1,556 64733 6117949 C319 Valley Community Charter School $3,889 $1,556 64733 6118194 C331 Cal Academy for Liberal Studies 
$3,889 $1,556 64733 6119044 C388 Multicultural Leaming Center 
$3,889 $1,556 64733 6119531 C417 CHIME Charter School 
$3,889 $1,556 64733 6119895 C449 Pacifica Community Charter 
$3,889 $1,556 64733 6119903 C448 las Familias def Pueblo 
$3,889 $1,556 
$3,889 $1,556 64733 6119945 C438 Magnolia Science Academy 64733 6119929 C447 Academia Semillas def Pueblo 
$3,889 $1,556 64733 6120471 C473 Puente Charter School 
$3,889 $1,556 64733 6120489 C475 Para Los Ninos Charter $3,889 $1,556 64733 6119424 C404 Camino Nuevo Charter.Middle $6,809 $2,724 64733 1995836 C037 Palisades Charter High $7,828 $3,131 64733 1933746 C572 Granada Hills High School $10,020 $4,008 64733 6017016 C030 Fenton Avenue Charter $11,589 $4,636 64733 6019715 C016 Vaughn Next Century Learning Center $15,030 $6,012 64733 Los Angeles Unified $7,025,173 $2,810,069 64758 Los Nietos Bementary $27,338 $10,935 64766 Lowell Joint $10,227 $4,091 64n4 Lynwood Unified $112,391 $44,956 
Department Education 

SCHEDULE T11E SECOND APPORTIONMENT 
TITLE PART A-INNOVATlVE EDUCATION PROGRAM STRATtGIES 
THE CHILD LEFT BEHIND ACT 2001(PL107-110) 

FISCAL YEAR 2003-04 

CO/ VENDOR PERCENT 
CDS CODE CODE NUMBER LOCAL EDUCATIONAL AGENCY ENTITLEMENT PAYMENT 75291 San Gabriel Unified $33,632 75309 Acton-Agua Dulce Unif 
$6,367 $2,547 75333 Manhattan Beach Unit $18,447 75341 Redondo Beach Unified 
$25,732 $10,293 75671 1996586 C432 Animo Inglewood Charter High School $3,889 $1,56 75697 1996693 C505 School ofthe Arts and Enterprise $3,889 $1,556 TOTAL LOS ANGELES TREAS $13,572,574 $5,430,600 64790 64808 64816 64832 64840 64857 64865 64873 64881 64907 64931 64964 64980 64998 65029 65037 65045 65052 65060 65078 65094 65102 65110 19 65128 65136 65151 6516$ 73437 73445 73452 73460 
Monrovia Unified Montebello Unified Mountain View Elementary Newhall EJementary Norwalk-La Mirada Unif Palmdale Elemen.
tary Palos Verdes Peninsula Paramount Unified Pasadena Unified 
Pomona Uniflect Rosemead Bementary San Marino Unified 
Santa Monica-Malibu Unif Saugus Union Elementary South Pasadena Unified South Whittier Element Sulphur Springs Union Temple City Unified Torrance Unified 
Valle Lindo Elementary West Covina Unified Westside Union Elem Whittier City 8ementary Whittier Union High William Hart Union Wilsona Elementary Wiseburn Elementary Compton Unified Hacienda Puente Unif Rowland Unified 
Walnut Valley Unified 
$38,376 $337,492 $101,990 $22,535 $1271741 $195,685 
$29,013 $179,097 $209,408 $314,449 $32,467 $10,302 $48,236 $26,006 $11,713 $24,905 $18,228 $19,701 $82,135 $11,805 $54,675 $23,432 '$65,582 $43,440 $48,264 $19,240 $8,826 $344,870 $216,240 $102,412 
$39,640 
$15,350 $134,997 S-40,796 
$9,014 $51,096 $78,274 $11,605 $71,639 $83;763 
$125,780 $12,987 $4;121 $19.294 $10,402 $4,685 $9,962 $7,291 $7,880 
$32,854 $4,722 $21,870 $9,373 $26,233 $17,376 $19,306 $7,696 $3,530 
$137,948 $86,496 $40,965 $15,856 
Callfornla Department Educa.Uon School Frseal services Division