CAEP Allocation Amendment: 2019-20 71 Adult Education Pathways

Status: Certified

CAEP Allocation Amendment: 2019-20 Produced: Jun 4, 2019, 4:57 PM UTC Jason Allen

71 Adult Education Pathways

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
71 Adult Education Pathways
Funding Channel
Fiscal Agent
Fiscal Agent
Not Selected
The consortium, as a whole, has worked diligently to build a foundation based on overcoming regional needs such as geographical and access barriers and developing relationships with community partners and the local business industry. Curricula is aligned, up-to-date and informed by current learning theory and promising practices with well-articulated instructional goals of reasonable scope and sequence. The consortium members, though geographically spread out in our rural county, communicate effectively and collaborate as a team to give adult learners the opportunity to succeed. The consortium has documented processes and procedures for facilitating collaboration and coordination through a shared team drive, a newly developed Adult Education Pathways Google group, monthly consortium public meetings and established bylaws. Teams are being developed (Fiscal Team, Data & Accountability Team and Outreach Team) so that all staff can be informed of program guidance, policies and procedures.
During the 2018-19 year, the STEP office was allocated $18,031 according to the 2018-19 CFAD that is updated in NOVA. During that year, the members agreed to reduce their allotments in order to give the STEP office a larger allocation ($65,491). This agreement came to fruition because STEP is our Transitional Coordination and Data manager. All members have agreed to continue with agreement going forward into the 2019-20 year and indefinitely. All members have voted and agreed to allocate the 2019-20 COLA in Siskiyou County Office of Education's allocation. The additional funds are to be used towards licenses and shared resources of the member sites and is Siskiyou County Office of Education's responsibility to coordinate payment of these resources and agreements.

Amended Member Allocations for 2019-20

Member Agency Amended Allocation Adjustment Made
Butte Valley Unified $69,885
Dunsmuir Joint Union High $67,796
Scott Valley Unified $94,998
Siskiyou Co. Office of Education $174,274 -$1,879
Siskiyou Joint CCD $115,455
Siskiyou Training & Employment Program, Inc. $65,491
Siskiyou Union High $114,220
Tulelake Basin Joint Unified $66,121
Yreka Union High $202,163
Total Allocated to Members $970,403
Total CAEP Funds $970,403
Total Remaining (Must be $0) $0


Siskiyou Union High - Member Representative

Approved by Jessica Bowman


Siskiyou Co. Office of Education - Member Representative

Approved by Kermith Walters


Scott Valley Unified - Member Representative

Approved by Marie Caldwell


Tulelake Basin Joint Unified - Member Representative

Approved by Leticia Rascon


Siskiyou Training & Employment Program, Inc. - Member Representative

Approved by Joanie Zarzynski


Dunsmuir Joint Union High - Member Representative

Approved by Ray Kellar


Yreka Union High - Member Representative

Approved by Rhonda Daws 8426151


Siskiyou Joint CCD - Member Representative

  • Kim Freeze
  • Director Noncredit, Continuing Education, Contract and Community Education
  • (530) 340-3371
Approved by Kim Freeze


Butte Valley Unified - Member Representative

Approved by Jason Allen