No. Pursuant to the Executive Order N-26-20 signed by Governor Newsom on March 13, 2020, a charter school, school district or county office of education temporarily closing in response to COVID-19 will continue to receive full funding to: (1) Continue delivering high-quality educational opportunities to students to the extent feasible through, among other options, distance learning and/or independent study; (2) Provide school meals in non-congregate settings; (3) Arrange for, to the extent practicable, supervision for students during ordinary school hours; and (4) Continue to pay employees. Even charter schools, such as nonclassroom-based or independent study, that continue to serve students will not lose funding, under SB 117, due to a reduction in students attendance beginning March 1, 2020. In passing SB 117, the Legislature intended that all local educational agencies, including charter schools, receive a hold harmless apportionment to ensure that the employees and contractors are compensated and paid during the COVID–19 health crisis. As a result of the Executive Order and SB 117, charter school do not need to take pupil attendance for apportionment purposes, but should continue to do so for compulsory education.