Oroville City Elementary School District Awarded $392,250 Grant for CDE Learning Communities Program

From California Consulting:

We are thrilled to announce that Oroville City Elementary School District (OCESD) has been selected to receive a $392,250 grant through the California Department of Education's Learning Communities for School Success Program. This significant funding boost will empower OCESD to further enhance its educational initiatives and support systems for students. 

Behind this achievement lies the collaborative efforts of OCESD administrators and California Consulting's (CC) project manager, Christine Stanley. Their dedication and strategic approach in crafting a compelling grant application have proven instrumental in securing this grant, which will enable OCESD to implement innovative programs and initiatives aimed at fostering academic excellence and student  success. 

This grant is a testament to OCESD's commitment to providing a nurturing and enriching  learning environment for its students. By leveraging this funding, OCESD will continue to strengthen its educational programs, enhance community partnerships, and foster a culture of continuous improvement. 

We extend our heartfelt congratulations to Oroville City Elementary School District, Christine Stanley, and all those involved in this remarkable achievement. Together, they are  driving positive change and empowering students to thrive academically, socially, and emotionally

 


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Thursday, March 28, 2024 - 09:07

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