Julia Lee Performing Arts Academy Petition

-Approved By Riverside county board of Education" April 11, 2018

Julia Lee Performing Arts Academy

"Every child has a right to a quality education"

Is charter schools a public education school?

Yes, all charter schools are public schools. Julia Lee Performing Arts Academy, is the first performing charter school here in Lake Elsinore, CA.  The children will have the opportunity to learn: dancing, signing, music instruments, and theater arts.  We are like other charter schools, a self-managed public school that is approved – or chartered – by a local school district. Riverside County Office of Education holds the school’s charter, and oversees its performance.

Do JLPAA charter school charge tuition?

No. We do not charge our community families any tuition, it is totally FREE!

Does JLPAA have to meet state standards?

Yes. Like other public schools, JLPAA charter school students will take standardized assessments to measure their performance of what was learned in school.

Why JLPAA charter school? 

JLPAA charter school, and other charter schools are different than our regular public schools in each community. Some schools have the regular curriculum, and have a particular educational focus. The JLPAA model is all about providing alternatives to the traditional public education system, along with providing free classes in performing arts. 

Advantages: the strategies of the student is focus on at all times, developing exciting new curriculum, or offering students more hands-on learning opportunities.  JLPAA is committed to student ideals, creativity, skills, talent, and just utilizing everything that is from the public school and making it better in the our charter school. 

Accountability

JLPAA will be accountable for all our our students and staff to make sure the school is giving the mandated academic education to the students, and want the family to feel the school is safe, practice running in a professional manner. 

 

If we have a family who is not satisfied with their child education needs we provide, can withdraw that student at any time. JLPAA will insure in our power to make sure offer the best teaching, curriculum and facilities possible, and to be customer- and service-driven.

JLPAA was created by and controlled by our community parents, teachers, community leaders who have interest to make sure that the school is running correctly according to the districts guidelines.

JULIA LEE
PERFORMING ARTS ACADEMY
19740 Grand Ave.
Lake Elsinore, CA  92530

CONTACT US:
(951) 595-4500

Kjudge@jlpaaschool.org

MAILING ADDRESS

29991 Canyon Hills Rd #1709-527

Lake Elsinore, CA 92532

In order to comply with United States Department of Education Office for Civil Rights (OCR) requirements for career and technical education programs, school districts must have in place basic procedures regarding federal statues and implementing OCR regulations, Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, as well as Vocational Education Guidelines for Eliminating Discrimination and Denial of Service on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, handicap, potential parental, family, or marital status or the exclusion of any person because of pregnancy or related conditions, age, creed, religion, marital status, ancestry, health condition or sexual orientation. These basic procedures include an annual public notice, continuous notification, designation of a person(s) to coordinate activities under Title IX, Section 504, and Title II and a grievance procedure that will allow students and parents an avenue for dealing with alleged discrimination. Also, all educational programs and activities under the jurisdiction of the State Board of Education receiving or benefiting from state or federal financial assistance shall be available to all qualified persons without regard to sex, sexual orientation, gender, ethnic group identification, race ancestry, national origin, religion, color, or mental or physical disability pursuant to the California Code of Regulations, Title 5, Chapter 5.3, section 4900 et seq.

Con el fin de cumplir con los requisitos para carreras y programas pedagógicos de la Oficina de derechos civiles (OCR, por sus siglas en inglés) del Departamento educativo de Estados Unidos, los distritos escolares deben contar con procedimientos básicos sobre estatutos federales e implementación de regulaciones OCR, Título VI de la Ley de derechos civiles de 1964, Título IX de las Enmiendas pedagógicas de 1972, Sección 504 de la Ley de rehabilitación de 1973 y el Título II de la Ley para norteamericanos con discapacidades de 1990; así como, los Lineamientos para eliminar la discriminación y negación de servicios con base en raza, color, origen nacional, sexo, discapacidad, potencial paternal, familiar, o estado civil o la exclusión de cualquier persona a causa de embarazo o condiciones relacionadas, edad, credo, religión, estado civil, ascendencia, estado de salud o orientación sexual. Estos procedimientos básicos incluyen un aviso anual, continuas notificaciones, designación de una persona(s) para coordinar actividades bajo el Título IX, Sección 504 y Titulo II y un procedimiento de quejas que brindará a alumnos y padres una manera de tratar con presunta discriminación. También, todos los programas y actividades pedagógicos bajo la jurisdicción de Secretaría de educación pública o que se beneficien de ayuda financiera estatal o federal deberán estar disponibles para todas las personas calificadas sin importar sexo, orientación sexual, género, grupo de identificación étnica, raza de ascendencia, origen nacional, religión, color o discapacidad mental o física de acuerdo al Código de regulaciones de California, Título 5, Capítulo 5.3, sección 4900 y ss.