The Calaveras County Office of Education (CCOE) has available for public bid one (1) 2003 Ford F150 Pickup. The highest bid will be honored and the truck will be sold “AS IS” with no warranty or guarantee.
News & Announcements
The Calaveras County SELPA Executive Council (SEC) in its capacity as the governing body of the Calaveras County SELPA is soliciting competitive proposals for the services of an educational consultant or educational consulting firm to conduct a programmatic and fiscal analysis of the current Calaveras County Special Education Local Plan Area (SELPA) programmatic operations and fiscal structure.
San Joaquin Delta College is now offering an Early College Pathway to ambitious eighth grade students in Calaveras County. Students who enroll in this 100% free and virtual program can complete an Associate Degree in Math and Science while earning their high school diploma.
Ms. Elysa Schulte, a teacher at Calaveras River Academy, a Calaveras County Office of Education school in San Andreas, is one of 120 teachers selected nationwide for a Nation History Day (NHD) spring professional development program.
Calaveras County Office of Education Nominates Calaveras Public Health for the Partners in Educational Excellence Award
Each year, the Association of California School Administrators (ACSA) presents the Partners in Educational Excellence Award to outstanding community partnerships. The award recognizes individual leadership and contributions of school administrators, educators, and community leaders.
Congratulations to Jared Hungerford for receiving the Association of California School Administrators (ACSA) Region 7 award as the Adult Education Administrator of the Year! Jared Hungerford is the Director of Curriculum and Instruction/Adult Education Coordinator for the Calaveras County Office of Education.
The Calaveras County Office of Education (CCOE) has available for public bid one (1) 2004 Ford Freestar Van. The highest bid will be honored and van will be sold “AS IS” with no warranty or guarantee.
This past weekend, over 34 students and their team teacher/coach participated in the first-ever fully virtual student event, Battle of the Books.
In honor of National Mentoring Month, mentoring manager, Kaila Gaffney, talks with KCRA 3 News about mentoring programs in Calaveras County.
Sixth-graders at Avery Middle School spent the day building model Mars rovers at socially distanced in-class learning, then took their vehicles outside and tried to maneuver them around a small map using books and boxes to simulate rough terrain.