CAEP Allocation Amendment: 2019-20 07 Chabot-Las Positas/Mid-Alameda County Consortium

Status: Certified

CAEP Allocation Amendment: 2019-20 Produced: Jun 12, 2019, 7:22 PM UTC Guy Zakrevsky

07 Chabot-Las Positas/Mid-Alameda County Consortium

Allocation Amendment Summary

Fiscal Declaration

The Fiscal Declaration information in this section has been provided as a courtesy. It has not been changed since CFAD has been approved by the Member Representatives.

Consortium Name
07 Chabot-Las Positas/Mid-Alameda County Consortium
Funding Channel
Direct Funded
MACC's Official Representatives reviewed program area hours, how current funding sources are being leveraged to provide regional services, and our overall mission based on the CAEP 3-year plan, to determine the allocation funding levels for 2019-2020. We engaged in several convening sessions in spring 2019 to review regional labor market data, census, student survey results, member effectiveness assessment results and progress to date. The CAEP AB 104 desired outcomes were measured in the review of our accomplishments, and MACC's regional commitment to address community needs. The CFAD allocations reflect clearly defined needs to maintain or increase programs and services for adult learners within our region. Through deliberate consideration and review of member agency needs (e.g. google form budget allocation inquiry survey, background information on request beyond COLA, and MACC public meeting on April 16, 2019) we came to a consensus on the 2019-2020 budget allocation member agency percentages and COLA distribution.
We had 3 adult schools request funding beyond their COLA percentages. One ROP agency (ROP Eden) declined to request CAEP funds for 2019-20. Two member agencies adult schools (Hayward and Pleasanton) were willing to adjusting their COLA dollar amounts by $10,000 each to accommodate the funding needs of 3 the adult schools (New Haven, San Lorenzo, and Dublin) who request additional funds. The 3 adult schools provided additional background supporting documentation via a google form survey: New Haven Adult School($25,000): Experiencing District financial challenges which may impact NHAS by an approximate 100k in reduced funding, resulting in the elimination of summer school, decreased programs/services and possible lay-offs. Dublin ($10,000): Seeking equity in baseline funding with other smaller Adult Schools of at least 500,000k San Lorenzo ($5,000): Has technology needs and program area support for high school diploma and equivalency Additionally, we have a provisional agreement that if the 2019 May revise provides any additional funding: 1. We will fund the remaining budget requests of New Haven, Dublin, and San Lorenzo 2. Back-fill Hayward and Pleasanton Adult schools ($10,000 each) 3. We will then decide on how any remaining funds will be allocated

Amended Member Allocations for 2019-20

Member Agency Amended Allocation Adjustment Made
Castro Valley Unified $2,811,054 -$5,444
Chabot-Las Positas CCD $371,284 -$718
Dublin Unified $494,777 -$948
Hayward Unified $1,905,751 -$3,709
Livermore Valley Joint Unified $531,336 -$1,029
New Haven Unified $316,369 -$588
Pleasanton Unified $539,462 -$1,063
San Leandro Unified $1,690,416 -$3,279
San Lorenzo Unified $747,514 -$1,442
Tri-Valley ROP $31,904 -$61
Total Allocated to Members $9,439,867
Total CAEP Funds $9,439,867
Total Remaining (Must be $0) $0


New Haven Unified - Member Representative

Approved by Jessica Wilder


Chabot-Las Positas CCD - Member Representative

Approved by Abigail Patton


Dublin Unified - Member Representative

Approved by Bill Branca


San Leandro Unified - Member Representative

Approved by Bradley Frazier


Livermore Valley Joint Unified - Member Representative

Approved by Sara Walke MAT


Tri-Valley ROP - Member Representative

Approved by Amy Robbins


Pleasanton Unified - Member Representative

Approved by Beth Cutter


Castro Valley Unified - Member Representative

Approved by Susie Passeggi


San Lorenzo Unified - Member Representative

Approved by Sharita Williams M.A. Ed


Eden Area ROP - Member Representative

Approved by Craig Lang


Hayward Unified - Member Representative

Approved by Guy Zakrevsky