MTMC has pledged $50,000 annually to support the expansion of Career Technical Education (CTE) programs in Calaveras county. Please Note: Photogragh of pre-COVID Calaveras high school medical science students.
News & Announcements
Resilience Rising, a live virtual conference presented by the Calaveras Trauma Consortium brought together educators, mental health specialists, parents, and others from around the region, the state and beyond.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board of Education of the Calaveras County Office of Education, Angels Camp, CA, hereafter referred to as "OWNER", acting by and through its governing board and representatives, in accordance with Public Contract Code 20118.2, is requesting sealed bids, for the furnishing of Category One E-Rate Data Services under a Request for Proposal (RFP) #433-21A.4 Data Services for Calaveras County Office of Education.
On Wednesday, November 4, 2020, Calaveras County Office of Education (CCOE) staff members donated 35 hats and 30 scarves to the Mark Twain Cancer Treatment and Cancer Care Center in San Andreas.
Part 3 of the series "Where are They Now" is about June McTeer and Nicole Baird, who were a somewhat unusual mentoring pair in that they weren't far apart in age. McTeer, who had just moved home from college when she decided to join the Calaveras Youth Mentoring Program (CYMP), was 21 when she was paired with the then 14-year-old Baird.
How much does it matter that your student participates in distance learning? It matters, just as much as when students are on school campuses. The Student Attendance Review Board (SARB) is in full force even during the distance learning model and is focused on supporting families and connecting them with services that will help struggling students get back on a successful track.
The Calaveras Mentoring Foundation presents The Party To Go! on Saturday October 17, 2020 with pick-up times from 3pm to 6pm. A parking-lot pick-up dinner-for-two by Lila & Sage Catering will feature generous baby back ribs, yummy mac and cheese, green salad, artisan bread, and cookies plus a celebratory “party bag” for $80.
Last school year, school sites began to offer the community a place to get information, charge cell phones and get water during the Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) events. School campuses providing a valuable service to the community did not stop there.
Tammy interviews Superintendent of School Scott Nanik on Tammy's Window on Calaveras discussing the state of schools, students and the community during this challenging time.
The Calaveras Health and Human Services Agency/Behavioral Health Services Division (CHHSA) and Calaveras County Office of Education (CCOE) have been awarded a competitive four-year, $2.5 million Mental Health Services Act grant to support student mental health in local elementary schools.