Last, but not least (well, it is in terms of the odds of them getting a penny from the Charter School Performance Fund), is Odyssey Charter School. They don’t qualify for this because they were on probation during this fiscal year. But that doesn’t stop them from applying anyway! So let’s see what they wanted to get with this phantom money:
And we can’t forget the phantom budget!
So let me get this straight, they have a $500,000 shortfall in their capital budget for this building, they are already overbudget by $700,000 in their regular expenses (see last week’s Odyssey article), and whoever wrote this application doesn’t seem to be aware DCAS is no longer the state standardized assessment. One word: INTERVENTION!