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At America's Finest, we are committed to fostering a safe, inclusive, and conducive learning environment for all students, staff, and visitors. Our policies and procedures are designed to uphold the highest standards of conduct, promote academic excellence, and ensure the well-being of everyone within our school community.

As you navigate through this section of our website, you will find detailed information regarding various policies and procedures governing areas such as:

  1. Student Code of Conduct: Our guidelines for behavior and expectations for students both in and out of the classroom.

  2. Academic Integrity: Our commitment to honesty, integrity, and ethical behavior in all academic pursuits.

  3. Attendance and Punctuality: The importance of regular attendance and punctuality for student success.

  4. Safety and Security: Our protocols and measures to maintain a safe and secure learning environment.

  5. Bullying and Harassment: Our zero-tolerance approach to bullying, harassment, and discrimination.

  6. Parental Involvement: How parents can actively participate in their child's education and school activities.

  7. Technology Usage: Guidelines for responsible and appropriate use of technology resources within the school.

We encourage all stakeholders in our school community to familiarize themselves with these policies and procedures to ensure a harmonious and productive educational experience for everyone. Should you have any questions or require further clarification on any of our policies, please do not hesitate to contact the school administration.

Education Protection Account (EPA) Information


Voters in CA approved Proposition 50, which established the Education Protection Account (EPA). All temporary tax revenues collected from Proposition 50 over the next seven years for income tax and four years for sales tax, will be collected into the Education Protection Account and distributed to K-12 and Higher Education. There are several requirements for spending determination, disclosing and reporting on the use of the EPA funds. The board of directors must determine the use of the EPA funds in an open session of a public meeting through the attached resolution. The EPA funds must be accounted for separately and not used for administrative costs. Increased cash management planning and analysis should also be emphasized with the establishment of the EPA due to the timing of revenues received. Additionally, the charter is required to annually report on their website an accounting of the EPA funds received and how those funds were spent. The budget implication is additional revenue that cannot be spent on administrative expense.

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