C & I Update

Explore. Learn. Thrive. 3-1-19

So much snow- Chester Elementary

Independent Study Handbook updates

Attached please find a revised Independent Study Handbook. We have made several revisions based on information learned at the California Consortium forIndependent Study conference, and based on feedback we have received from the sites. Several key changes to the handbook are listed below, with all revisions in bold in the attached updated handbook.


  • Prior to enrolling in Independent Study, an SST will be held with the students’ current teachers, counselor (high school), administrator and parents/guardians to discuss the educational options available and determine the best path for the student. Students may enter the Independent Study program at any time during the school year, however, if it is deemed necessary to re-enter onto the main campus, this change will occur only at quarter or semester breaks.
  • A student with an IEP must have a change of placement IEP team meeting prior to being accepted in ISO.

  • ISO courses cannot be labeled differently on the student schedule or transcript. For example, if a student is enrolled in ISO English 11, the transcript must read English 11, without an ISO designation.

  • Students will meet with their supervising teacher a minimum of one hour per week. For UC- a-g approved courses students are expected to spend at least one hour per week per a-g course engaged in interactive instruction and/or academic tutoring/advising. This instruction and/or support may be provided onsite or through virtual means.

  • Independent study students who are not meeting the minimum requirements for attendance will be placed on academic probation. They will receive two warning letters. After the second warning letter, an evaluation will be conducted to determine whether Independent Study is an appropriate placement.

Truancy Reduction Partnership

Thank you to our partners at the District Attorney's Office and Social Services for assistance with proactive truancy reduction. With one of our High Fives being the reduction of chronically absent students, we appreciate the partnership and collaboration- and in addition to the focus at each site, it's making a difference!
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Edgenuity- online learning alternative to Apex pilot

We are in the process of reviewing our online learning platforms in order to find one that best meets our needs. Please see below for an update on our pilot of a new vendor, Edgenuity.

New Driver Education Online Course

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Aeries Communications: Text messaging feature embedded in Aeries

Changes to Advanced Placement for 2019-2020

The College Board Advanced Placement is undergoing a number of exciting changes for the 2019-2020 school year. Please read about these changes coming to all AP subjects here. Should you have additional questions, please contact Susan Frediani.
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Adult Education

We are excited to announce that we have joined forces with Feather River College and Sierra County Office of Education to bring Adult Education to our local Communities! The Feather River Adult Education (FRAEC), is offering programs to Adults that are interested in getting their High School Diploma, GED, Job Skills Readiness and other Adult Education programs that are available. There are 5 locations throughout the County that will be available for this amazing opportunity! Please check out the website and Facebook page. Share the information with your friends!

https://featherriveradulted.org/
https://www.facebook.com/featherriveradulted/

Help us share the great things going on around our district!

Use this Google Form to share a picture of something you'd like to highlight on social media and/or to our local paper.
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Technology Integration Training Opportunities

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Instructional Coaches

Our Instructional Coaches are here to help!


Yvonne: ycasalnuovo@pcoe.k12.ca.us

Susan: sfrediani@pcoe.k12.ca.us

Jennifer: jkimball@pcoe.k12.ca.us

Vertical and Grade Level Teams

School Calendars for 18-19 & 19-20

2018-2019 Grading Period Calendars

Upcoming Dates

3/5 Counselor's Meeting, 8:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m., District Office Conference Room

3/6 Alt Ed Vertical Team Meeting, 8:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m., Quincy High School, Room 26

3/8 Last Day of Second Trimester (Elementary)

3/12 Science Vertical Team Meeting, 8:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m., Portola High School

3/14 PCTA, 10 a.m.-3 p.m., District Office Conference Room

3/19 Instructional Leadership Team, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Quincy High School, Room 26

3/20 Social Science Vertical Team Meeting, 8:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m., Quincy High School, Room 26

3/21-22 ELA Vertical Team Meeting, 8:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m., Quincy High School, Room 26

3/26 Electives Vertical Team Meeting, 8:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m., Quincy High School, Room 26

3/27 Math Vertical Team Meeting, 8:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m., Quincy High School, Room 26

3/29 Last Day of Third Quarter (Secondary)

Useful Links

Textbook Request Form


Technology Help Ticket

1. Visit the link above: (This has been updated on our websites as well.)


2. Select "Submit a ticket"


3. Click on your site: Example PHS or CES, depending on which site you need us to assist you in.


4. Fill in ticket details and confirm the 5 digit code before submitting your work request.


Please Note: Previous work orders did not migrate over to the new system, so we ask that you please create new tickets moving forward so that our Team can assist you in a timely manner, as we revisit your sites in the coming weeks.


TK/K- 6th Grade ELA

ThinkCentral for all your textbook resources

Curriculum and Instructional Services

Kristy Warren

Assistant Superintendent, Instructional Services

@kristymwarren on Twitter

@PlumasUSD on Twitter