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Impact Aid Report

The 2019 Impact Aid Report can be found at the following link:


To:  Parents and Guardians of Native American Students

From:  Rauna Fox, Superintendent

Date:  December 17, 2019

Re:  Impact Aid Report


On December 10, 2019, the San Pasqual Valley Unified School District took action on the 2019-2020 Joint Impact Aid Report for the 2018-2019 school year. 


This report is developed by a Joint Impact Committee that has representation from San

Pasqual Valley Unified School District and the Quechan Indian Tribe to be in compliance

with Board Policy 1270 Indian Policies and Procedures (IPP’s).


This report provides information on the achievement of Native American students in

relationship to other student populations that are served in the district. Information that is

contained in this report meets the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between San

Pasqual Valley Unified School District Board of Trustees and the Quechan Indian Tribe by

addressing the areas of measurement as listed in the MOU.





The report contains the following information:

LCAP Goal #1 –Attendance

  • K - 12 Student Population
  • San Pasqual District/Site Attendance Rates
  • Chronic Absentee Rates


LCAP Goal #2 – Culture

  • Discipline Incidents
  • Suspension Rate/Incidents
  • Expulsion Rates


LCAP Goal #3 – Academics and LCAP Goal #4 – College and Career Readiness

  • CAASPP Data English Language Arts
  • CAASPP Data Mathematics
  • Grade Point Average Distributions
  • Student Retentions
  • Student Transfers to Bill M. Manes
  • Scholarship Report
  • Graduation Rates
  • Post-Graduation Report


Special Education Information


Impact Aid General Budget Information


Grants Specifically for Native American Students


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