Review Agenda Item
Meeting Date: 5/26/2021 - 6:00 PM
Category: Business/Action Items
Type: Action
Subject: 17.7 Review and Potential Approval of the AB 86 Expanded Learning Opportunity Grant Application
LCAP (Local Control Accountability Plan) Goal:
Goal 1: All students will receive a high quality education in a safe and welcoming environment with equitable and high expectations, access to technology, and instruction in the California State Standards that prepare them for college and/or career.
Goal 2: High quality, culturally proficient, and responsive staff will provide engaging instruction respectful of all students' backgrounds to ensure they are college and/or career ready.
Goal 3: Parents, family, and community will be informed, engaged and empowered as partners with Mt. Diablo Unified to support student learning.
Enclosure Expanded Learning Opportunities Grant Presentation.
New Services of Personnel.
2nd Round of Funding - Allowable Sources.
MDUSD Expanded Learning Opportunity Grant.
File Attachment:
Expanded Learning Opportunities Grant - 5_27_21.pdf
New Services - New Personnel.pdf
2nd Round of Funding - Allowable Expenses (2).pdf
Mt Diablo Unified - Expanded Learning Opportunity Grant May 2021.docx.pdf
Summary: As a condition of receiving a share of the $4.6 billion Expanded Learning Opportunity Grant, MDUSD must develop a plan for use of the funds to implement supplemental instruction and support strategies for students. Local governing boards must adopt the Expanded Learning Opportunity PLan on or before June 1, 2021, and it must be submitted to the Contra Costa County Office of Education and the California Department of Education. Stakeholders must have an opportunity to be involved in the development of the plan.

Allowable uses for the plan include: extending instructional learning time, accelerating progress to close learning gaps, integrated pupil supports, community learning hubs and access to technology, additional academic services such as assessments, training for school staff on strategies including trauma-informed practices to engage pupils and families in social emotional health and academic needs.

The Expanded Learning Opportunity Grant is further restricted by requiring districts to spend no less than 85% on in-person services and at least 10% of the total grant must be spent on paraprofessional as defined by Education Code Section 45330.

The Expanded Learning Opportunity Grant application is attached, along with a presentation to explain the context. Expanded Learning Opportunity Grant funds are one-time funds and programs/services funded by the Grant may not continue beyond the 2021/2022 school year unless another funding source can be found.
Funding: California Department of Education, AB 86
Fiscal Impact $19,493,127
Recommendation: Move to Approve of the AB 86 Expanded Learning Opportunity Grant Application
Recommended By:
Signed By:
Niccole Helton - Administrative Assistant
Signed By:
Stephanie Roberts - Director of Development
Signed By:
Jennifer Sachs - Chief, Educational Services
Signed By:
Mika Arbelbide - Director of Fiscal Services
Signed By:
Dr. Lisa Gonzales - Chief Business Officer
Signed By:
Dr. Adam Clark - Superintendent
Vote Results: