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Thank you for your interest in collaborating with Pacific Charter Institute to provide our students with services that will encourage them to reach their fullest potential while meeting their educational goals!

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View our approved community partner listing.

Invoice Inboxes

Please submit your invoices by clicking on the appropriate school below:

If your purchase order begins with 37, 42, 43, or 44, you may also submit your invoice via our OPS Community Partner Portal 22—23 (Login information should have been provided to you upon receipt of your first purchase order. Please contact the school’s Business Technician if you need a login.)

Note: You will have a different username for each school. If you would like to review purchase orders for the 22—23 school year, please visit OPS Community Partner Portal 22—23.

Special Education Community Partners

Please submit your invoices by clicking on the appropriate school below:

Reminders

Community Partners will be required to complete the 2021-22 Community Partner Renewal form. Please have the following readily available to upload as an attachment.

  • Completed W-9 Form
  • COVID Prevention Plan (if planning to provide any in-person services)
  • Custodian of Records Confirmation Letter (if applicable)
  • TB Administration Verification for Employees (if planning to provide any in-person services)
  • Insurance Policy Accord or Coverage Summary with Pacific Charter Institute as Certificate Holder
    • Please use the following address:
      Pacific Charter Institute
      1401 El Camino Ave. Suite 510
      Sacramento, CA 95815
  • Course (or service) list with descriptions
  • Fees, schedules, and syllabus

Become a Community Partner with PCI and its family of schools! Complete the Pre-Check form to see where you stand. If you qualify, proceed, and complete the community partner application.

Education Code Section 45125

Education Code Section 45125.1 requires that an individual or entities providing services (community partners & community partner applicants) to public school students must be fingerprinted by the California Department of Justice for a criminal records check. The community partner applicant is required to fulfill this requirement at its expense. No such individual may be permitted to come in contact with students until the records check is complete. No individual with a record of conviction for a serious or violent felony may be assigned to perform services that will place them in contact with students.

Note: Contact with students includes and is not limited to physical, verbal, or virtual (online) contact.

Application

If you are interested in becoming a Community Partner with PCI and its family of schools, complete the application below for consideration. Please have the following documents readily available to upload to the application as an attachment.

  • Completed W-9 Form
  • COVID Prevention Plan (if planning to provide any in-person services)
  • Custodian of Records Confirmation Letter (if applicable)
  • TB Administration Verification for Employees (if planning to provide any in-person services)
  • Insurance Policy Accord or Coverage Summary with Pacific Charter Institute as Certificate Holder
    • Please use the following address:
      Pacific Charter Institute
      1401 El Camino Ave. Suite 510
      Sacramento, CA 95815
  • Course (or service) list with descriptions
  • Fees, schedules, and syllabus
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