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Our School Accountability Report Card

Every year, public schools in California are expected to complete a School Accountability Report Card (SARC) for the previous school year. To learn all about the current SARC for each of our schools, please select from the choices below.

Education Protection Account

After the passage of Proposition 30, the Schools and Local Public Safety Protection Act of 2012, schools across California began receiving funds through a new Education Protection Account (EPA) that was established by the voter initiative. Part of the requirements for receiving these funds is to post on the school’s website a spending plan indicating how the funds are being used. The following are the spending plans for each of the Springs Charter Schools (Citrus, Empire, Harbor, Pacific, River, and Vista).

In November 2016 Proposition 55 Tax extension amended Proposition 30 providing continued allocation. Of the revenues generated from Section 36 of Article XIII EPA funds, 89 percent is provided to K-12 Education and 11 percent to community colleges.

Multi-Year Plans

Current Education Protection Actuals:

Expanded Learning Opportunities Program Plans

This Program Plan Template Guide is required by California Education Code (EC) Section 46120(b)(2).
The Expanded Learning Opportunities Program (ELO-P) will bridge activities with the Afterschool Safety and Education Program (ASES) to offer additional student support.


Springs Charter Schools provides a great environment for learning. It seems that every teacher knows each child no matter if the student is in their class or in another.

- Parent
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