Placer County Office of Education operates the Honour Schaps Court School to serve incarcerated students in our community. This school provides engaging interventions focused on the academic, social, and emotional needs of these at-risk students. From one-on-one instruction to whole-group interventions, this program is aimed at improving the lives of these individuals. The staff of Honour Schaps includes counselors and experienced teachers to facilitate effective support and instruction based on the needs of those participating. Keep reading to learn more about Honour Schaps, including who to contact for more information.
The 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. 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.
Below you will find school calendars and a handbook to find more information about the school:
Student Services Student Handbook (English and Spanish)
The WorkAbility 1 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. This nationally recognized school-to-work program supports the transition of special education students while developing the skills necessary for competitive employment and success outcomes.
The school-based component is designed to promote career awareness and exploration, and involves activities including vocational assessments, soft skills, training, workplace etiquette and guidance to help students discover their strengths and interests. Students 16 and older may be eligible to participate in paid off-campus work placements based on their interests, abilities and aptitudes.
The mission of WorkAbility 1 is to promote the involvement of key stakeholders including students, families, educators, employers and other agencies in planning and implementing an array of services that will culminate in successful student transition to employment, lifelong learning and quality of life.
Funding for the PCOE's Workability 1 Program is made possible by a grant from the California Department of Education.
Executive Director, Student Services
TA II, Special Education
Student Support Practitioner
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.
Here you can view the Student Services Student Handbook for the 2019-2020 school year.
Directions to the Honour Schaps Location
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