For Schools

This page will provide current schools with local, state and federal resources in order to successfully meet all necessary requirements.


      2020 SPCSA Revolving Loan Application

      ***The 2020 Fall Revolving Loan Application cycle has opened. Applications must be submitted no later than October 15, 2020.




      Spring Cycle

      Fall Cycle

      Notice of Intent to submit Request for Charter Amendment (RFA)

      Due March 1

      Due September 1

      Request For Amendment (RFA)

      Due between April 1 - 15

      Due between October 1 - 15

      Board Meeting for Possible Action

      June board meeting

      December board meeting


      ***Note, when opening the Universal Amendment Application, please click on the triangle next to each header to expand, and complete, the section.

      Charter School Renewal Application

      Governance Resources

      Operation Resources

      Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (refer to 29 U.S.C. 794d)

      Congress significantly strengthened Section 508 in the Workforce Investment Act of 1998. Its primary purpose is to provide access to and use of Federal executive agencies’ electronic and information technology (ICT) by individuals with disabilities. Compliance with Section 508 is mandatory for all entities receiving federal funds--including the SPCSA and its charters.

      Conflict of Interest Policies


          Renewal Application

          Charter Renewal Timeline
          Authority-provided Renewal Report:
          Sent to School by June 30
          Letter of Intent to submit for renewal:
          Due September 1
          Charter Renewal Application:
          Due Between October 1 – 15

            Federal Programs

            SPCSA Federal Grants

            Charter School Program (CSP) Grant

            Title I

            Title IIa

            Title III, English Learners (ELL)

            Special Education

            McKinney-Vento Act