Providing districts with maximum return on
The SISC Investment Pool was created in July 1994 to provide districts with an avenue to maximize the return on investment of their long-term reserves. Since inception the Pool has had a consistent history of out-performing the State of California Local Agency Investment Fund (LAIF) and the Kern County Treasurer.
The SISC Investment Pool provides districts with a way to maximize the return-on-investment of their long-term excess reserves. Many school districts with excess reserves currently have their funds invested in vehicles that provide 24-hour liquidity; however, if the district does not require use of these excess reserves for two or more years the SISC Investment Pool may be a more appropriate place for these funds.