Funding and Program Accountability
4850 Pedley Road
Jurupa Valley,  CA  92509
Phone: 951-360-4152
Fax: 951-360-4195

The Funding and Program Accountability office provides leadership in the alignment of state and federal program requirements with the districts' Blueprint for Learning, Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) and the LCAP Federal Addendum in order to guide local flexibility and support mandates under Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) and progress towards moving all students to high levels of academic achievement.   

Funding and Program Accountability Staff 
Contact/Email Phone Position
Nich​olas Blake 951-360-4152  Director​
Zelda Aguilar  ​951-360-4152
Translator Clerk Typist​
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