Annual Notifications



SELPA-AU Only (Please read the policy and sign and return the Notice of Responsibility Form)

Child Abuse Reporting Procedures

Code of Ethics & Civility

Code of Ethics - (SP 4119.21SP 4219.21SP 4319.21 / E 4119.21 / E 4219.21 / E 4319.21)

Codes and Policies of Safe Practices


Complaints Regarding CCOE Employees

Complaints Regarding Nondiscrimination in Employment

Dress Code and Grooming Policy

Drug and Alcohol-Free Workplace

  • Drug and Alcohol-Free Workplace Policy - (SP 4020)

Insurance & Medical Information

Internet and Technology Acceptable Use Policy

Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP)

Oath or Affirmation of Allegiance

Pesticide Use Notification

Reasonable Accommodation

  • Reasonable Accommodation Policy - (AR 4032)

Sexual Harassment

Tobacco-Free Schools

  • Tobacco-Free Schools Policy – (BP 3513.3)

Uniform Complaint Procedures


Online Training

The Calaveras County Office of Education (CCOE) is fully committed to the health and safety of all staff, students, and visitors.  CCOE believes that occupant safety and a healthy environment are important factors in the functioning of the total educational program, making the County schools a better place to learn and work, creating positive relationships with the districts we serve and stakeholders, and preparing students to be responsible citizens and to work safely in the community. 
As part of CCOE's ongoing obligation to meet this safety commitment and comply with regulatory requirements, all employees must complete certain safety training when they first start working for CCOE and periodically thereafter.  The courses are available through the "Get Safety Trained" Self-Insured Schools of California (SISC) online training system and can be completed at the convenience of the employees. 
**Please Note:  The new website continues to be a work in progress; however, is currently available for staff to complete their annual online training for the 2022-2023 school year.  Please provide CCOE with a copy of your training certificates or a screenshot of your completed courses on or before August 30, 2022.  If you are having any technical difficulties accessing the new GetSafetyTrained website, please contact GetSafetyTrained by completing a support ticket:**
All employees are expected to complete annual training online for the 2022-2023 school year, between July 5, 2022, and August 30, 2022
For NEW staff, all required training will need to be completed within 2-weeks of employment.
  • Training is available 24-hours a day from any computer or tablet with internet access.
  • Users can view and monitor their own personal training records and view or print course completion certificates as needed.
  • Paperless training records are kept in the database.
  • Instructions for Online Training:  Access the link, SISC Online Training Courses – Get Safety Trained
All employees must complete the following training (other training is specific to an individual's  job classification):
  • COVID-19 Prevention
  • Bullying
  • Bloodborne Pathogens
  • Heat Illness Prevention
  • HSA Basic Pest Management in School and Child Care Settings
  • Injury and Illness Prevention Program
  • Mandated Child Abuse Reporting for Educators
  • Sexual Harassment (Non-Supervisors)
  • Suicide Prevention (AB2246)...(7-12 Grade Teachers Only; Otherwise Optional)
  • Science Safety...(All Science Teachers; Otherwise Optional)
  • New Employee Safety Orientation...(New Employees Only; Otherwise Optional)
  • Protection from Wildfire Smoke...(New Employees Only; Otherwise Optional)
  • FEMA ICS 100 Intro to the Incident Command System (ICS) for Schools...(All New Employees; Otherwise Optional)
  • FEMA NIMS 700 Intro to the National Incident Management System (NIMS)...(All New Supervisors; Otherwise Optional)
  • Human Trafficking Awareness (AB1227)...(All New Employees, AB1227 Teachers and Administration; Otherwise Optional)