Proposition 39 (“Prop. 39”) is a state law passed by California voters in 2000, which requires school districts to make facilities (including both classroom and non-classroom spaces) available to public charter schools serving students who reside in the district.
After the passage of Prop. 39, each school district must make available, to each eligible charter school operating in the district, facilities sufficient for the charter school to accommodate all of its in-district students in conditions reasonably equivalent to those in which the students would be accommodated if they were attending other public schools of the district.
Click on the link above to access the online portal to submit a Prop. 39 Facilities Request.
The Charter Schools Division is offering workshops throughout the month of October for any charter schools interested in applying for Prop. 39 facilities space for the 2019-2020 school year. These workshops will take place in a computer lab where you will be able to work on your facilities request and ask questions relevant to your school’s facility needs.
You must RSVP in order to attend the workshop.
Please CLICK HERE TO RSVP.
Below you will find supporting documents that you will need to submit along with the completed Facilities Request:
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