The Placer County Office of Education Student Services department is comprised of direct student service programs operated by the County Office of Education including: Court School, Community Schools and Pathways Charter School.
The end-of-year tests will give you, your child, and your child’s teacher(s) important information about
this year’s learning. Use test results along with grades, classwork, homework, and teacher feedback to
understand whether your child is on track to meet grade level standards, or needs additional support.
PCOE works in conjunction with local school districts, the Placer County Probation Department and the Placer County Special Multi-Agency Administration and Resource Team (SMART) to establish the Juvenile Court and Community Schools (JCCS) for at-risk students. These students 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 into these programs from parent consent.
These students are placed into one of the following JCCS programs:
Honour Schaps Court School - a Placer County School program at the Juvenile Detention Facility serving incarcerated students in our community. View Location
The Placer County Pathways Charter School is found at numerous sites in Placer County. This school proudly serves students from kindergarten to the twelfth grade. The charter program is used throughout several districts throughout the county. This program is revolved around helping these students live academically successful lives.
The Placer County Pathways Charter School includes the following programs:
iLEARN ACADEMY - an Independent Study program serving families with children in grades Transitional Kindergarten through eighth (TK-8) who choose to educate their children at home or in a hybrid program. View Location
iCARE (Intensive CARE) - a County Community School program serving seventh through twelfth (7-12) grade students who are probation referred, expelled or voluntarily placed by parent. iCARE provides a small classroom setting with individualized instruction and support. iCARE also provides a voluntary independent study option for seventh through twelfth (7-12) grade students. View Location
iCARE Come Back Program (Intensive CARE Come Back Program) - an independent study program specifically designed to address the academic and career readiness needs of adult students who have not completed high school and wish to obtain a high school diploma. View Location
2015-2020 Local Education Agency Plan
2019 School Accountability Report Card - Placer County Community Schools
2019 School Accountability Report Card - Placer County Community Schools - Spanish
2019 SARC Translation Assistance for DTS Spanish Court and Community Schools
2019 SARC Translation Assistance for DTS Spanish Pathways Charter School
2019 SARC Translation Assistance for DTA Spanisg Special Education Schools
2019 Local Control and Accountability Plan & Annual Update Community Schools: English
2019 Local Control and Accountability Plan & Annual Update Pathways Charter School: English
2019 School Plan for Student Achievement Court and Community School: English
2019 School Plan for Student Achievement Court and Community School: Spanish
Plan for Providing Education Services to Expelled Students: Spanish 2018-2021
Student Services Student Handbook: English and Spanish
WHO do i contact for pcoe or core placer student records?
For assistance with PCOE or CORE Placer Student Records, please select the following email link: email@example.com
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.
Placer County Community Schools LCAP & Annual Update
View the most recent LCAP for Placer County Community Schools
Placer County Pathways Charter School LCAP & Annual Update
View the most recent LCAP for Placer County Pathways Charter School
Directions to the Honour Schaps Location
Directions to the Tahoe-Truckee Location
Directions to the Come Back Program Location
Directions to the iCARE Location
Directions to the iLearn Academy Location
Students turning 16-18 years of age during the school year may register to vote by following the link to the Secretary of State's website.
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