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The ACLC Board is charged with the policy-making that affects many aspects of the Alameda Community Learning Center. 

The Board meets at least monthly, with the Finance, Program Evaluation, Personnel and Curriculum committees (committee schedule below) responsible to the ACLC Board.

The parents, facilitators, learners and at-large community ACLC Board members all play a role in representing their stakeholders on school policies, but they are also required by law to vote in the best interest of the school.

The CLCS Board delegates the ACLC Board with governance on these issues:
• Graduation Standards, as long as they meet minimum chartering agency standards
• Budget proposals subject to CLCS approval
• Strategic planning for ACLC academic program subject to CLCS approval
• Day to day facilities issues

The ACLC Board uses school data to establish, evaluate and improve the education program and school policies. Data will include, but is not limited to, test scores and parent, learner, and facilitator satisfaction surveys.

To learn more about the ACLC Board or contact the ACLC Board, please click the link(s) below or in left navigation menu...

Meet the ACLC Board
Contact the ACLC Board

You can participate in ACLC's governance by joining or attending an ACLC Committee meeting in Finance, Program Evaluation, Personnel or Curriculum.  
These committees meet once monthly throughout the school year and welcome parent and learner participation. See schedule below for dates/times.

ACLC Committee Schedule PDF 2015-16

ACLC Board Meetings 

Agendas, Minutes, and Supporting Documentation
(Click link to view documents distributed prior to each board meeting) 

Board Documents and Resources

ACLC EPA Expenditures FY 19-20

ACLC EPA Expenditures FY 18-19

ACLC Charter Renewal Petition - October 2014 (PDF)

ACLC Charter Renewal Performance Report - October 2014 (PDF)

ACLC Academic Integrity Policy (PDF)

ACLC Governing Board Bylaws (PDF)

ACLC Governance Structure (PDF)

Code of Ethics for CLCS, ACLC, Nea Board Members (PDF)

CLCS Accommodations for Transgender & Gender Non-Conforming Learners

Independent Study Contract (PDF)

CLCS Learner Leave Academic Contract (PDF)

ACLC Adminstration of Medications Policy (PDF)

ACLC API Scores 2002-2010 (PDF) 

ACLC Charter Special Education Plan (PDF)

ACLC College Acceptances 2012 (PDF)

ACLC Dodge Ball Policy (PDF)

ACLC Emergency Plans 

ACLC English Language Learner Plan 

ACLC Grade Appeal Process 

ACLC Health Examinations and Immunizations Policy 

ACLC Learner Code of Conduct

ACLC Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act Charter Plan 

ACLC Special Education Identification, Assessment, Program and Services Plan 

CLCS Harassment, Intimidation, Discrimination & Bullying Policy

ACLC Special Education Overview

ACLC Staff/Learner Interaction Policy 

ACLC Visitor & Volunteer Policy 

ACLC Parent Concern & Complaint Resolution Process 

ACLC Field Trip Policy 

ACLC Listserve Policy

ACLC Listserve User Guide

CLCS Brown Act Policy

The CLCS Governing Board and the boards of the Alameda Community Learning Center and the Nea Community Learning center are compliant with the Brown Act Policies.




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Community Learning Center Schools, Inc. is the nonprofit corporation that manages the 6-12 Alameda Community Learning Center (ACLC) and the K-12 Nea Community Learning Center (Nea), both charter schools in Alameda, California. The CLCS schools are based on an educational model of learner empowerment. CLCS is actively engaged in disseminating this model by school creation and redesign.

CLCS’s mission is to provide corporate leadership, conceptual oversight, and business and legal services to the CLCS charter school Governing Boards. CLCS charter schools serve as educational models that empower all youth to take ownership of their educational experience, to celebrate their diverse community, and to actively participate as members in a democratic society.

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