Child Nutrition Services
The District can provide meals for charter school students housed in District facilities. Meals available include breakfast, lunch and after school snack/supper.
- The District can handle all responsibilities associated with the meal program, including:
- meal application collection
- production records
- nutrient analysis
- manufacturer specification sheets
- meal count and collection
- money collection
- administrative review
- In order for the District to be responsible for the charter school's meal program, the charter school will be required to co-execute a School Nutrition Programs Inter-Agency Agreement, which will be submitted to the California Department of Education.
- Visit our Nutrition site for additional information about our meal programs and menus.
- Current meal fees:
- Breakfast: $1.75 (students), $2.00 (adults). There is no charge for students who qualify for the State's Free and Reduced Price Meals.
- Lunch: $3.00 (students), $3.75 (adults). There is no charge for students who qualify for the State's Free and Reduced Price Meals.
- After School Snack/Supper: available upon request; please contact us for details.
For more information, contact Julie Kasberger, Director of General Services, email@example.com
The District will not provide custodial services for charter schools housed in District facilities. Charter schools must arrange for their own custodial services.
The District provides maintenance services for charter schools housed in District facilities. Our Maintenance Services team is responsible for the operation and repair of real property facilities and systems. The team handles routine restricted maintenance, preventive maintenance, and deferred maintenance projects. Facilities and systems covered by their work includes:
- power distribution
- heating/ventilating/air conditioning
- building envelope
- doors and locks
- swimming pools
- asphalt and concrete walkways, quads, parking lots
- fencing and gates
- stadium bleachers
- fire alarm systems
- fire sprinkler systems
- fire suppression systems (ansul, halon, FM22, etc.)
- security / intrusion / burglar alarm systems
- low voltage cabling
Our first priority is to maintain - to keep what currently exists in operating condition. Within that first priority, safety and security concerns are handled as promptly as possible, followed by repairs to facilities and systems that affect the most people. All things being equal, we treat requests for service on a first come first served basis.
Our second priority is what we call "adds/moves/changes". Requests for modifications are handled only when there is no backlog of repairs. Requests for modifications can be fulfilled faster if there are associated funds to pay for the work to be completed by outside vendors or our staff on overtime. Without associated requester-based funding, requests for modifications may take weeks or months to be fulfilled.
For more information, contact Kathy Lanford, Assistant Director of Facilities Operations, firstname.lastname@example.org
The District can provide the following services at no charge:
- full telephony and data services at 40 Mb
- data only services at 40 Mb
A charter school can elect self-provision of telephony and data services. Installation of services must be coordinated and approved by our Technology Director.
For more information, contact Randy Phelps, Technology Director, email@example.com, 408.347.5150.
The District provides planning, design and construction services for charter schools housed in District facilities. Our Planning and Construction Services team is responsible for implementing and/or overseeing improvements to real property facilities and systems.
Charter schools may want to directly coordinate and manage their own tenant improvements. Learn more.
Regardless of whether a tenant improvements is managed by the District or by the charter school, all tenant improvements must be approved by our Facilities Director.
If you are interested in a tenant improvement, contact Kathy Lanford, Assistant Director of Facilities Operations, firstname.lastname@example.org, 408.347.5108.
The District can provide transportation for charter school students housed in District facilities.
- Generally, trip availability is District school days 9:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m., and any time after 4:30 p.m., or any time on non-school days.
- Visit our Transportation site for additional information.
- Each trip request is individually priced out. Here are examples of typical trip fees:
- local trip on a school day (e.g., Oak Grove High School to Tech Museum, depart at 8:45 a.m., return at 2:00 p.m.) - $225
- day trip on a school day (e.g., Oak Grove High School to Monterey Bay Aquarium, depart at 8:45 a.m., return at 5:00 p.m.) - $775
- day trip on a school day (e.g., Oak Grove High School to to Sacramento, depart at 8:45 a.m., return at 5:00 p.m.) - $1,400
- day trip on a school day (e.g., Oak Grove High School to San Francisco Zoo, depart at 8:45 a.m., return at 2:00 p.m.) - $740
- day trip on a non-school day (e.g., Oak Grove High School to Sacramento, depart at 8:00 a.m., return at 5:00 p.m.) - $1,625
- We strongly encourage a minimum of one week notice. Bus availability is first come first served.
- Please contact us for availability and a price quotation
For more information, contact Julie Kasberger, Director of General Services, email@example.com, 408.347.5058.