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 Court and Community

​​​Court and Community Schools

 Welcome

The Juvenile Court and Community Schools (JCCS) are established through the cooperative efforts of the Placer County Office of Education (PCOE), local school districts, the Placer County Probation Department and the Placer County Special Multi-Agency Administration and Resource Team (SMART). Students served by the JCCS programs have been court-ordered by family court or through the probation department, expelled from a local school district, referred by the probation department, referred by the Placer County School Attendance Review Board (SARB), or voluntarily placed by parent agreement. The JCCS program serves students in the Honour Schaps School located at the Placer County Juvenile Detention Facility, the Koinonia Community School in Loomis, and the Tahoe Truckee Community School in Truckee.

 Honour Schaps

Honour Schaps Court School​Honour Schaps Court School is operated by the Placer County Office of Education and serves incarcerated students in our community. Honour Schaps Court School provides intensive intervention tailored to students' academic and social-emotional needs. Common Core State Standards-based curriculum and instruction are provided to all students in the program. Whole group instruction, as well as individualized interventions, facilitate academic, social and emotional achievement. 

Honour Schaps Court School has a low staff to student ratio which enables teachers to provide differentiated, meaningful and rigorous instruction to all students. Honour Schaps Court School provides counseling to students in need of social-emotional support and interventions related to anger-management and appropriate choice making. Academic and Career Counseling is provided and a broad course of study is available using a blended model of in-class instruction and online coursework.  

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 ​Koinonia

​Koinonia Community School​Koinonia Community School serves students who currently live in Koinonia Group Homes. Through collaborative efforts with the Placer Children's System of Care (CSOC), including County Mental Health, the Probation Department, Youth and Family Services, Foster Youth Services, and local volunteer organizations, Koinonia Group Home offers Koinonia Community School students wraparound services on and off-site. 

Koinonia Community School provides Common Core State Standards-based curriculum and instruction to students grades 7-12. Whole group instruction, as well as individualized interventions, are provided to increase academic achievement. Career Technical Education is currently provided in the areas of Robotics and Programming. Academic and Career Counseling is provided and a broad course of study is available using a blended model of in-class instruction and online coursework.​   

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 ​Tahoe-Truckee

​Tahoe-Truckee Community School ​Tahoe-Truckee Community School is a partnership between the Placer County Office of Education and the Tahoe-Truckee Unified School District. Tahoe-Truckee Community School provides intensive intervention tailored to students' academic and social-emotional needs. Common Core State Standards-based curriculum and instruction are provided to students within the community for those in grades 7-12. Whole group instruction, as well as individualized interventions, facilitate academic, social, and emotional achievement. 

Tahoe-Truckee Community School has a low teacher-student ratio which enables teachers to provide differentiated, meaningful and rigorous instru​ction to all students. Tahoe-Truckee Community School provides counseling to students in need of social-emotional support, substance abuse awareness instruction and interventions related to anger management and appropriate choice making. Academic and Career Counseling is provided to all students.​​

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 FAQ's

WHO REFERS STUDENTS TO THESE PROGRAMS?

Students are referred to these programs by the Juvenile Court, Placer County Probation Department, or local school districts.

WHAT IS THE WORKABILITY PROGRAM?

The WorkAbility Program provides valuable pre-employment transition skills training to special education high school students currently enrolled in one of the Placer County Office of Education Court and Community Schools.​

WHAT IS THE COME BACK PROGRAM?

The ​iCARE Come Back Program (Intensive Community Action for Responsive Education Come Back Program) is an independent study program specifically designed to address the academic needs of adult students who have not completed high school and who wish to obtain a high school diploma.​​

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     Quotations


    “If kids come to educators and teachers from strong, healthy, functioning families, it makes our job easier. If they do not come to us from strong, healthy, functioning families, it makes our job more important." 

    ― Barbara Colorose​