Check out the California Department of Education’s updated website to access valuable funding information. After school program grant recipients and sub-contractors looking for assistance in managing administrative costs and how to effectively budget should go to the Direct Services and Administrative Costs Guidance page. Here, recipients will find information on how to properly spend and report all costs as well as detailed information about the “85 percent/15 percent” rule.
I am pleased to announce that the After School Division (ASD) is now accepting applications for Team Members for each of the Implementation Teams for the next phase of the ASD strategic planning process.
I am pleased to announce that the After School Division (ASD) has completed the first phase of the strategic planning process. The ASD began this strategic planning process back in February, involving both ASD staff and the field in new and innovative ways. This included the formation of a core planning team and the “Design Team,” comprised of both staff and field representatives. The initial result of this work is the attached Statement of Strategic Direction that describes the point towards which all subsequent planning and implementation work will be directed.
The California Department of Education, After School Division, is providing a grant orientation webinar entitled “Know Your Grant Requirements!” for the 21st Century Community Learning Centers (21st CCLC) Elementary/ Middle and Junior High Program, the 21st Century High School After School Safety and Enrichment for Teens (ASSETs) Program, and the After School Education and Safety (ASES) Program.
This webinar is intended for new grantees, new after school staff, and others who would like to review grant requirements.