Sutter County Expanded Learning Initiative

This one-year initiative is advancing educational equity by offering and strengthening expanded learning programs for students furthest from opportunity in Sutter County.​

The Sutter County Expanded Learning Initiative provided funding to nonprofit community-based organizations and education-related organizations serving public school students during the 2022-2023 summer and academic year.

This opportunity was provided by The Center at Sierra Health Foundation with grant support from The San Diego Foundation.

The Funding Opportunity

Grants up to $400,000 are supporting programmatic activities during the school year — before or after school and/or during school breaks — for students ages 5 to 19.

The Center accepted applications from community-based organizations, school districts, county offices of education, direct-funded charter schools, universities and Tribal organizations with established and trusted community relationships.

Funded Partners

Jakara Movement
Project: Our Community Village: Nuestro Pueblo & Sadi Duniya – Bringing Community to the Classroom for Academic and SEL Achievement

Sutter County Superintendent of Schools
Project: Expanded Learning Opportunities Program Consortium

The Regents of the University of California
Project: Developing Gardening, Agriculture and Nutrition Programs for Sutter County Youth