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Letter From Superintendent to LAUSD Principals - 2012-13 Prop 39 Offers to Charter Schools - 01-11-12 (1)

Letter From Superintendent to LAUSD Principals - 2012-13 Prop 39 Offers to Charter Schools - 01-11-12 (1)

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MEMBERS OF THE BOARD

MONICA GARCIA, PRESIDENT TAMAR GALATZAN BENNETT KAYSER MARGUERITE POINDEXTER LAMOTTE NURY MARTINEZ RICHARD A. VLADOVIC, Ed.D. STEVEN ZIMMER

LOS ANGELES UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
Administrative Office 333 South Beaudry Avenue, 24th Floor Los Angeles, California 90017 Telephone: (213) 241-7000 Fax: (213) 241-8442 JOHN E. DEASY, Ph.D. SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS

January 11, 2012 Re: Proposition 39 Offers to Charter Schools for 2012-2013 School Year Dear Principal, Thank you for assisting the District in its obligations to comply with charter schools’ Proposition 39 facilities requests for the 2012-2013 school year. I am writing to inform you that, after carefully weighing various educational, safety, and space-related factors, and benefiting from the valuable engagement and recommendations of Local District Leadership and Board offices, I personally approved a preliminary proposal for a charter school to potentially co-locate on your campus in the upcoming school year (list attached). This is a painstaking process and while there will be impacts to campuses, we have worked diligently to minimize the impact on campuses, and most importantly, to students. I understand that, in many situations across the District, set asides critical to important District and local educational initiatives may be reduced or eliminated in order to allow for some preliminary proposals. Throughout this process, decisions were based on efforts to ensure full compliance with the law while also attempting to incur the least disruption possible to students in District-operated schools. These preliminary proposals fully satisfy Proposition 39’s requirements, but do not voluntarily offer more than the District’s legal obligation. It is important to note that per regulations governing Proposition 39, the district may not know for certain whether a charter school will actually accept the District’s offer and occupy space on your campus until at least May 1. In addition, should a charter school that accepts an offer to co-locate on a District campus not realize its enrollment projections, the District maintains the right to obtain a monetary over-allocation reimbursement or reclaim the over-allocated space. The next steps in the Proposition 39 process, as predicated by law, are as follows:     February 1: The District will make a preliminary proposal to the charter school to co-locate on your campus during the 2012-13 school year. March 1: The charter school must submit its counter-proposal to the District if it is not satisfied with the District’s preliminary proposal. April 1: The District must send a final offer to the charter school. May 1: The charter school must notify the District in writing whether or not it intends to occupy the offered space or else the final offer expires.

Within the next several days, the District’s Proposition 39 staff will send you a Co-Location Operations Plan (“COP”) that will need to be completed and returned in order to assist the District

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facilitate effective operations and provide specific data needed to ensure full compliance with Proposition 39’s regulations. Local District Leadership and Maintenance & Operations staff will support you in completing this task. If you have any questions during this process, please contact Sean Jernigan, Proposition 39 Program Manager, directly at (213) 241-5527 or prop39@lausd.net. I am counting on your continued engagement and cooperation to ensure the success of all our students in the 2012-13 school year. I deeply appreciate your ongoing commitment to the education and safety of all the children we serve. Cordially,

Dr. John E. Deasy Superintendent c: Michelle King Local District Superintendents Dave Holmquist José Cole-Gutiérrez Sean Jernigan Attachment

Los Angeles Unified School District 2012-13 Proposition 39 Matches
District School Set Asides Cut

District Campus

Charter School

1

3

Columbus MS 12+1 • No Growth – existing charter school space El Camino HS • Conversion Gledhill 5+1 • 6 unassigned classrooms Kennedy HS 5+1 • 6 unassigned classrooms Monroe HS 9+1 • 8 unassigned classrooms • 1 of 2 classrooms used for textbook storage relocated to container • 1 unassigned small room for charter school office Northridge MS 10+1 • 9 unassigned classrooms • 1 classroom used for textbook storage to relocated to container • 1 out of 10 set asides cut: - 1 classroom used as District school office Panorama HS 7+1 • 5 unassigned classrooms • 1 classroom used for textbook storage relocated to container • 1 out of 6 set asides cut: - 1 classroom used as District school office • 1 unassigned small room for charter school office

12

1

0

Ingenium Charter School

ES/MS

1

3

110

1

0

El Camino Real Charter High School

1

4

5

1

0

Magnolia Science Academy #7

1

6

5

1

0

Valley Charter Middle School

1

3

9

1

0

Valor Academy Charter School

1

3

10

1

1

Ivy Academia

ES/MS

1

6

7

1

1

Valor Academy Charter School

1 Monday, January 09, 2012

Charter School Grade Configuration HS ES MS MS MS

Charter School Administrative Space

Charter School Instructional Space

Board District

Local District

Los Angeles Unified School District 2012-13 Proposition 39 Matches
District School Set Asides Cut Charter School Grade Configuration HS ES ES MS/HS HS ES ES ES Charter School Administrative Space Charter School Instructional Space

Board District

Local District

District Campus

Charter School

1

3

Reseda HS 17+1 • 7+1 existing charter school space repurposed for new charter school • 7 unassigned classrooms • 3 out of 17 set asides cut: - 3 classrooms used as District school offices Sunny Brae ES 11+1 • No Growth – existing charter school space Sutter MS 6+1 • 6 unassigned classrooms • 1 unassigned small room for charter school office Taft HS 25+1 • 25 unassigned classrooms • 1 unassigned small room for charter school office East Valley HS 12+1 • 12 unassigned classrooms • 1 out of 4 set asides cut: - 1 classroom used as a weight room Erwin ES 6+1 • No Growth – existing charter school space KLA 6+1 • No Growth – existing charter school space Madison MS 8+1 • 9 unassigned classrooms

17

1

3

Magnolia Science Academy #1

1

3

11

1

0

Ivy Academia

1

3

6

1

0

Multicultural Learning Center

1

4

25

1

0

Ivy Academia

2

3

12

1

1

Lakeview Charter High School

2

3

6

1

0

Ararat Charter School

2

6

6

1

0

Ararat Charter School

2

3

8

1

0

Valley Charter Elementary School

2 Monday, January 09, 2012

Los Angeles Unified School District 2012-13 Proposition 39 Matches
District School Set Asides Cut Charter School Grade Configuration MS HS ES HS ES HS MS Charter School Administrative Space Charter School Instructional Space

Board District

Local District

District Campus

Charter School

2

6

Olive Vista MS 14+1 • No Growth – existing charter school space Pacoima MS 11+1 • 11 unassigned classrooms • 1 out of 4 set asides cut: - 1 classroom used as computer lab replaced with laptop cart Roy Romer MS 13+1 • 12+1 existing charter school space • 1 unassigned classroom Sun Valley HS 13+1 • 12 unassigned classrooms • 2 out of 7 set asides cut: - 2 classrooms used as TBD Sun Valley MS 11+1 • 8+1 existing charter school space • 2 unassigned classrooms • 1 out of 7 set asides cut: - 1 classroom used as computer lab replaced with laptop cart Van Nuys HS 5+1 • 6 unassigned classrooms 24th St ES 11+1 • 8+1existing charter school space • 3 unassigned classrooms

14

1

0

Triumph Charter Academy

2

6

11

1

1

California Academy for Liberal Studies Early College High School

2

3

13

1

0

Celerity Palmati Charter School

2

6

13

1

2

Triumph Charter High School

2

6

11

1

1

Celerity Cardinal Charter School

2

6

5

1

0

YPI Valley Charter Public High School

3

1

11

1

0

Crown Preparatory Academy

3 Monday, January 09, 2012

Los Angeles Unified School District 2012-13 Proposition 39 Matches
District School Set Asides Cut Charter School Grade Configuration HS MS ES MS MS ES MS Charter School Administrative Space Charter School Instructional Space

Board District

Local District

District Campus

Charter School

3

1

Audubon MS 11+1 • No Growth – existing charter school space Cochran MS 5+1 • 2 unassigned classrooms • 2 classrooms used for SLC collaboration relocated to unassigned small rooms • 1 out of 7 set asides cut - 1 classroom used for SLC collaboration • 1 unassigned small room for charter school office Coliseum ES 5+1 • No Growth – existing charter school space Cowan ES 6+1 • No Growth – existing charter school space Crenshaw HS 8+1 • 7 unassigned classrooms • 1 classroom used for District school office relocated to unassigned small room • 1 unassigned small room for charter school office CRES22 9+1 • 10 unassigned classrooms Dorsey HS 4+1 • 1 unassigned classroom • 3 out of 4 set asides cut: - 3 classrooms used for computer labs replaced with laptop carts • 1 unassigned small room for charter school office

11

1

0

Crenshaw Arts/Tech Charter High

3

1

5

1

1

Rise Ko Hyang Middle School

3

4

5

1

0

CLAS Affirmation

3

4

6

1

0

Animo Westside Charter Middle School

3

1

8

1

0

City Charter Middle School

3

4

9

1

0

WISH-Westside Innovative School House

3

4

4

1

3

Westchester Secondary Charter School

4 Monday, January 09, 2012

Los Angeles Unified School District 2012-13 Proposition 39 Matches
District School Set Asides Cut Charter School Grade Configuration MS MS ES ES Charter School Administrative Space Charter School Instructional Space

Board District

Local District

District Campus

Charter School

3

1

Los Angeles HS 6+1 • 1classroom used for storage moved to container • 1 classroom use for textbook storage relocated to container • 5 out of 20 set asides cut: - 2 classrooms used for District school offices - 2 classrooms used for SLC offices - 1 small room used for District school office converted to charter school office Mann MS 11+1 • 8 unassigned classrooms • 2 classrooms used for intervention relocated to small rooms • 1 out of 13 set asides cut: - 1 drama room • 1 unassigned small room for charter school office Marina Del Rey MS 10+1 • No Growth – existing charter school space Shenandoah ES 6+1 • 4 unassigned classrooms • 1 classroom used for textbook storage relocated to container • 1 out of 5 set asides cut: - 1 classroom used for intervention • 1 unassigned small room for charter school office

6

1

5

Larchmont Charter School

3

1

11

1

1

View Park Accelerated Preparatory Charter Middle School

3

4

10

1

0

Goethe International Charter School

3

1

6

1

1

Today's Fresh Start Charter School SBE

5 Monday, January 09, 2012

Los Angeles Unified School District 2012-13 Proposition 39 Matches
District School Set Asides Cut Charter School Grade Configuration ES ES/MS HS HS MS MS/HS HS Charter School Administrative Space Charter School Instructional Space

Board District

Local District

District Campus

Charter School

3

4

Stoner ES 8+1 • 4 unassigned classrooms • 1 classroom used for textbook storage relocated to container • 3 out of 8 set asides cut: - 2 classrooms used as District school offices - 1classroom used for intervention • 1 unassigned small room for charter school office Venice HS 13+1 • 14 unassigned classrooms Webster MS 7+1 • No Growth – existing charter school space Westchester HS 11+1 • No Growth – existing charter school space Wright MS 8+1 • No Growth – existing charter school space Bancroft MS 12+1 • 9 unassigned classrooms • 3 out of 5 set asides cut: - 3 classrooms used as computer labs replaced with laptop carts • 1 unassigned small room as charter school office Belmont HS 7+1 • 5+1 existing charter school space • 2 unassigned classrooms

8

1

3

Citizens of the World Charter School 3

3

4

13

1

0

Ocean Charter School

3

4

7

1

0

Magnolia Science Academy #4

3

4

11

1

0

Lou Dantzler Preparatory Charter High School

3

4

8

1

0

CLAS Affirmation

4

1

12

1

3

Magnolia Science Academy #5

4

2

7

1

0

College-Ready Academy High School #16

6 Monday, January 09, 2012

Los Angeles Unified School District 2012-13 Proposition 39 Matches
District School Set Asides Cut Charter School Grade Configuration MS ES/MS ES HS HS ES ES Charter School Administrative Space Charter School Instructional Space

Board District

Local District

District Campus

Charter School

4

2

Berendo MS 15+1 • 5+1 existing charter school space • 10 unassigned classrooms Burbank MS 14 +1 • No Growth – existing charter school space Elysian Hts ES 3+1 • 4 unassigned classrooms Fairfax HS 5+1 • 1 unassigned classroom • 1 classroom used for storage relocated to container • 4 out of 15 set asides cut: - 3 classrooms used for District school offices - 1 small room used for District school office repurposed for charter school office Franklin HS 8+1 • 3 unassigned classrooms • 3 classrooms used for storage relocated to containers • 3 out of 20 set asides cut: - 3 TBD Grant ES 7+1 • No Growth – existing charter school space Irving MS 18+1 • No Growth – existing charter school space

15

1

0

Monsenor Oscar Romero Charter School

4

5

14

1

0

Celerity Troika Charter School

4

2

3

1

0

Los Feliz Charter School for the Arts

4

4

5

1

4

University Charter High School

4

5

8

1

3

Los Angeles International Charter High School

4

5

7

1

0

Citizens of the World Charter School 2

4

5

18

1

0

Celerity Octavia Charter School

7 Monday, January 09, 2012

Los Angeles Unified School District 2012-13 Proposition 39 Matches
District School Set Asides Cut Charter School Grade Configuration MS ES ES ES ES Charter School Administrative Space Charter School Instructional Space

Board District

Local District

District Campus

Charter School

4

5

King MS 12+1 • 8 unassigned classrooms • 3 classrooms used as work rooms relocated to unassigned small rooms • 1 classroom used as Dean's office relocated to unassigned small room • 1 unassigned small room as charter school office Lake St. PC 2+1 • 1 unassigned classroom • 2 out of 4 set asides cut: - 1 TBD - 1 drama/theatre Le Conte MS 10 + 1 • No Growth – existing charter school space Los Feliz ES 10+1 • 5+1 existing charter school space • 3 unassigned classrooms • 1 classroom shared with LA's Best afterschool program • 1 out of 6 set asides cut: - 1 classroom used as computer lab replaced with laptop cart Micheltorena ES 8+1 • 5 unassigned classrooms • 1 classroom used for textbook storage relocated to container • 2 out of 7 set asides cut: - 2 classrooms used for TBD • 1 unassigned small room for charter school office

12

1

0

Santa Rosa Charter Academy

4

2

2

1

2

Equitas Academy Charter School

4

4

10

1

0

Citizens of the World Charter School Hollywood

4

2

10

1

1

Equitas Academy Charter School

4

5

8

1

2

Citizens of the World Charter School 2

8 Monday, January 09, 2012

Los Angeles Unified School District 2012-13 Proposition 39 Matches
District School Set Asides Cut Charter School Grade Configuration ES ES ES HS ES ES Charter School Administrative Space Charter School Instructional Space

Board District

Local District

District Campus

Charter School

4

2

Plasencia ES 7+1 • 7 unassigned classrooms • 1 unassigned small room for charter school office Politi ES 3+1 • 1 unassigned classroom • 3 out of 6 set asides cut: - 1 classroom used for TBD - 1 classroom used for drama/theatre - 1 classroom used as computer lab replaced with laptop cart Selma ES 5+1 • No Growth – existing charter school space Virgil MS • Renewal of Shared Use Agreement 2nd St ES 5+1 • 4+1 existing charter school space • 1 unassigned classroom Adams MS 13+1 • 11 unassigned classrooms • 3 out of 7 set asides cut: - 1 classroom used for intervention - 1 classroom used for District school office - 1 classroom used as computer lab replaced with laptop cart

7

1

0

Equitas Academy # 2 Charter School

4

2

3

1

3

Equitas Academy Charter School

4

4

5

1

0

Larchmont Charter School - West Hollywood

4

2

N/A

N/A

N/A

Central City Value School

5

2

5

1

0

Extera Public School

5

2

13

1

3

Frederick Douglass Academy Charter Elementary School

9 Monday, January 09, 2012

Los Angeles Unified School District 2012-13 Proposition 39 Matches
District School Set Asides Cut Charter School Grade Configuration ES ES ES HS ES ES ES Charter School Administrative Space Charter School Instructional Space

Board District

Local District

District Campus

Charter School

5

2

Albion ES 4+1 • No Growth - existing charter school space & shared use of SpEd Resource Specialist space or intervention space Ann St ES 6+1 • No Growth - existing charter school space & shared use SpEd Resource Specialist space Breed St ES 8+1 • No Growth – existing charter school space Clinton MS 19+1 • No Growth – existing charter school space Dena ES 8+1 • 8 unassigned classrooms • 1 unassigned small room for charter school office Budlong ES 10+1 • 7 unassigned classrooms • 1 classroom used for itinerant workers moved to unassigned small room • 2 out of 11 set asides cut: - 2 classrooms used as computer labs replaced with laptop carts • 1 unassigned small room used for charter school office Edison MS 13+1 • 10 unassigned classrooms • 2 classrooms used as College/Career offices moved to unassigned small rooms • 1 out of 5 set asides cut: - 1 classroom used for intervention • 1 unassigned small room for charter school office

4

1

0

Endeavor College Preparatory Charter School

5

2

6

1

0

Endeavor College Preparatory Charter School

5

2

8

1

0

Extera Public School

5

2

19

1

0

Animo Jackie Robinson Charter High School

5

2

8

1

0

Futuro College Preparatory Elementary School

7

1

10

1

2

Lou Dantzler Preparatory Charter Elementary School

7

7

13

1

1

KIPP Comienza Community Prep

10 Monday, January 09, 2012

Los Angeles Unified School District 2012-13 Proposition 39 Matches
District School Set Asides Cut Charter School Grade Configuration ES MS MS HS MS/HS MS/HS ES HS Charter School Administrative Space Charter School Instructional Space

Board District

Local District

District Campus

Charter School

7

1

King Jr ES 13+1 • 9+1 existing charter school space • 2 unassigned classrooms • 1 classroom used as District school office relocated to small room • 1 classroom shared with LA's Best afterschool program Mack ES 6+1 • 5 unassigned classrooms • 1 out of 6 set asides cut: - 1 classroom used as computer lab replaced with laptop cart • 1 unassigned small room for charter school office 112th St ES 7+1 • No Growth – existing charter school space Clay MS 19+1 • 15+1 existing charter school space • 4 unassigned classrooms Curtiss MS 17+1 • 10+1 existing charter school space • 7 unassigned classrooms Gardena HS 9+1 • 10 unassigned classrooms La Salle ES 17+1 • 18 unassigned classrooms Lease Vacant Compton Unified Site

13

1

0

New Heights Charter School

7

1

6

1

1

Camino Nuevo Elementary School #3

8 7

1

7

1

0

Watts Learning Center Charter Middle School

8

1

19

1

0

Health Services Academy High School

8

7

17

1

0

Magnolia Science Academy #3

8

7

9

1

0

Magnolia Science Academy #6 View Park Accelerated Preparatory Charter Elementary School New Millennium Secondary School

8 8

1 7

17 13

1 1

0 0

11 Monday, January 09, 2012

Los Angeles Unified School District 2012-13 Proposition 39 Matches
District School Set Asides Cut Charter School Grade Configuration ES ES HS HS ES HS Charter School Administrative Space Charter School Instructional Space

Board District

Local District

District Campus

Charter School

8

1

Manhattan Pl ES 8+1 • 9 unassigned classrooms Raymond ES 9+1 • No Growth – existing charter school space Washington Prep HS 16+1 • 15 unassigned classrooms • 2 out of 10 set asides cut: - 2 classrooms used as computer labs replaced with laptop carts High Tech High LA • No Growth – existing charter school space Griffith Joyner ES 4+1 • 4 unassigned classrooms • 1 out of 10 set asides cut: - 1 classroom used for intervention Hollenbeck MS 7+1 • 5 unassigned classrooms • 2 out of 12 set asides cut: - 1 classroom used for a District school office - 1 classroom used as computer lab replaced with laptop cart • 1 unassigned small room for charter school office

8

1

0

Apple Academy Charter Public School

8

1

9

1

0

KIPP Empower Academy

8

1

16

1

2

Environmental Science & Technology High School

R

3

13

1

0

HighTech High - Los Angeles

T

7

4

1

1

Academia Moderna Charter School

T

2

7

1

2

Media Arts & Entertainment Design High School

12 Monday, January 09, 2012

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