CAEP Consortium Fiscal Administration Declaration: 2019-20 67 West Hills College Consortium

Status: Consortium Approved

California Adult Education Program : CFAD : 2019-20 Produced: May 3, 2019, 2:00 AM UTC Jodiann Beeson

67 West Hills College Consortium

Fiscal Declaration - Consortium Approved

Consortium Name
67 West Hills College Consortium
Funding Channel
Fiscal Agent
Fiscal Agent
West Hills CCD
The West Hills College Adult Ed Consortium (WHAEC) continues to experience increased growth in the duplicated and un-duplicated number of students served. Growth also continues in the variety and number of courses offered. The consortium has agreed to continue the same fiscal agent format with West Hills College providing that role along with being the reporting lead. The consortium Governance will remain without many changes other than a change to approved voting members list. Originally, West Hills College only held one vote that represented two separate colleges; the revised format will allow each college to have a voting member, thereby allowing each college to represent their specific school programs. WHAEC will continue to address educational and training gaps identified in the region, including but not limited to low education levels, no high school diploma, limited English speakers and low career skill-set levels. Instruction in ESL, ESL Citizenship/Civics, diploma/HSE, and CTE have all been expanded into most communities served by the consortium as the demand for these programs has consistently increased. This past fall the consortium hired a part-time academic advisor to assist students with career options and pathways leading into post-secondary and/or into a skill-building program or employment. This new position has made a positive difference for many students as we focus more detail on transitioning students from one program to another or to employment. All members are addressing and aligning instructional programs with our 3-year plans. The WHAEC is currently in the process of developing increased marketing efforts to reach students currently not being served in the region.
A unique approach to the distribution of the COLA has recently been added. The consortium-voting members agreed unanimously to distribute the COLA to seven of the nine members whom received less funding allocations previously. This decision was based on efforts to be fair and equitable with all members as most are anticipating additional growth in students and programs.

Member Allocations

Member Name (2019-20) (2018-19) (2017-18)
Armona Union Elementary $83,733 $78,065 $66,800
Coalinga-Huron Unified $83,733 $78,065 $66,800
Firebaugh-Las Deltas Unified $83,734 $79,548 $68,778
Golden Plains Unified $83,734 $78,065 $66,800
Lemoore Union High $83,733 $78,065 $66,800
Mendota Unified $102,527 $102,527 $99,417
Reef-Sunset Unified $232,550 $232,550 $272,781
West Hills CCD $220,900 $220,900 $216,504
West Hills College Coalinga $83,733 $78,065 $66,800
West Hills College Lemoore $83,733 $78,065 $66,800
Total Allocated to Members $1,142,110 $1,103,915 $1,058,280
Total CAEP Funds $1,142,110 $1,103,915 $1,058,280
Total Remaining $0 $0 $0


Armona Union Elementary - Member Representative

Approved by Laurie Blue


Coalinga-Huron Unified - Member Representative

Approved by Jodiann Beeson


Firebaugh-Las Deltas Unified - Member Representative

Approved by Terry Anderson


Golden Plains Unified - Member Representative

Approved by Armida Espinoza


Lemoore Union High - Member Representative

Approved by Dr. Victor Rosa


Mendota Unified - Member Representative

Approved by Rebecca Gamez


Reef-Sunset Unified - Member Representative

Approved by Estela Jimenez


West Hills CCD - Member Representative

Approved by David Castillo


West Hills College Coalinga - Member Representative

Approved by Francisco Banuelos


West Hills College Lemoore - Member Representative

Approved by Sue Warner