Education Protection Account

The Education Protection Account (EPA) was created in November 2012 by Proposition 30, The Schools and Local Public Safety Protection Act of 2012.  Implemented in 2013, the EPA is governed by Section 36 of Article XIII of the California Constitution, which was amended by Proposition 55 in November 2016.

The revenues generated from Section 36 of Article XIII of the California Constitution are deposited into a state account called the Education Protection Account, and are then distributed to local school districts as a part of their Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) calculation.

As a condition of receipt of EPA funds, Article XIII, Section 36, Subdivision (e), Paragraph (6) of the California Constitution requires all districts, counties and charter schools to report on their websites an accounting of how much money was received from the EPA and how that money was spent.  Below are copies of financial printouts illustrating how Holtville Unified has budgeted, and subsequently spent EPA funds.

EPA Budget Adoption

2016-17_epa_budget_plan.pdf
2018-19_epa_budget_plan.pdf
2017-18_epa_budget_plan.pdf
2012-13_epa_budget_plan.pdf
2015-16_epa_budget_plan.pdf
2014-15_epa_budget.pdf
2013-14_epa_budget_plan.pdf

EPA Actuals

2017-18_husd_epa_actual_expenditures.pdf
2012-13_epa_actual_rev_and_exp.pdf
2013-14_epa_acutal_revenue_and_expenditures.pdf
2016-17_epa_actual_revenues_and_expenditures.pdf
2015-16_epa_actual_revenues_and_expenditures.pdf
2014-15_epa_actual_rev_and_exp.pdf