• Organizational Structure and Committees

    Mountain Oaks is a non-profit charter school sponsored by the Calaveras County Office of Education, governed by a Board of Directors and supported by an active committee structure.

    Calaveras County Office of Education website - https://www.ccoe.k12.ca.us/

    Organizational Structure of Mountain Oaks Chart 

     
    Committees
    These are the standing committees of the Mountain Oaks Board of Directors. Please check with your mentor about which committee you may be best suited to join.

    Admissions
    Monitors admissions process, coordinates with Special Education, does exit interviews and facilitates Family Support Teams (FST).

    Athletics
    Plans and implements athletic programs which promote well-rounded, physically fit students through activities, competitions, and social camaraderie in a safe, nurturing environment.

    Curriculum
    Aligns and adopts course of study with state standards, reports updates, and recommends instructional materials.

    Development Committees
    Board Development: Board of Directors recruitment, training, development and maintenance.
    Program: Develops long range planning and goals, monitors program quality, workshops, WASC, and oversees MO program integrity, expansion and revisions..

    Finance / Personnel Committee 
    Finance: Develops budget for approval by Mountain Oaks Board of Directors and Calaveras County Office of Education Board, monitors spending and reports to Mountain Oaks Board of Directors, reviews requests for budget adjustments.

    Personnel: Assesses personnel needs, develops job descriptions, interviews, recommends salary/benefits, monitors staff development, and recommends personnel policies. 

    Steering Committees
    San Andreas Site: Site specific steering committee that develops and implements site plans, upgrades and repairs and monitors workshops.
    Amador Site: Site specific steering committee that develops and implements site plans, upgrades and repairs and monitors workshops.
    Tuolumne Site: Site specific steering committee that develops and implements site plans, upgrades and repairs and monitors workshops.