Meeting ScheduleTop of Page
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Brief History of Walden AcademyTop of Page
Parents wanted a choice in public education. Ten sets of parents met, loaned the school $2500 and hired an attorney. The Charter document was written in 30 days. Then the group gathered the necessary signatures and turned it into the local District. The local school District reviewed the petition and denied us. We appealed to the County Board of Education and they approved the Charter for 5 years. In February 2016 we presented our Charter Renewal to the Glenn County Office of Education and we were approved for another five year term.
About Charter SchoolsTop of Page
Charter schools are schools of choice: Parents select the school their child attends. Families and community members are welcomed in charter schools and are treated as partners in their child's education. Charter schools are free to attend and are public schools.
Walden Academy OrganizationTop of Page
Walden Academy is governed by Walden Academy Inc., California public benefit corporation. The Board is obligated to follow the Brown Act and operate in the public view. We have the same rules as other public entities with regards to employee rights and privacy.
The Board of Directors is made up of four parents, one teacher and one community member. Board nominations are held in October. You can nominate yourself or another parent to open spots on the Board at that time.
Board Members Contact Information:Top of Page
Sera Maben-Board President and Parent
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Education Protection ActTop of Page
In 2022/2023, Walden Academy will receive $276,577 from the Education Protection Account (EPA), as a result of California voters approving Proposition 30 on November 6, 2012. This amount may change when EPA apportionment's are certified, but is the most accurate forecast available at this time. The governing board of Walden Academy has resolved to spend EPA funds on instructional salaries, which meets the requirements outlined in Article XIII, Section 36 of the California Constitution.
In 2021/2022, Walden Academy will receive $342,888 from the Education Protection Account (EPA). Walden also received a prior year (20/21) adjustment amount of $6,957. The total amount of $349,845 was expensed to certificated teacher salaries.as a result of California voters approving Proposition 30 on November 6, 2012. This amount may change when EPA apportionment's are certified, but is the most accurate forecast available at this time. The governing board of Walden Academy has resolved to spend EPA funds on instructional salaries, which meets the requirements outlined in Article XIII, Section 36 of the California Constitution.