We will provide a safe and optimal learning environment that meets the diverse needs, promotes the successful growth and ensures the maximum opportunity for each student to reach high standards of academic, career technical and social achievement.
Student Programs and Services provides direct services to assist students and to see that all children in Butte County receive appropriate educational services through alternative programs, educational services for the disabled, counseling, vocational training, juvenile court and community schooling, independent study and charter schools. This is accomplished by direct operation of special education classes for children 0-22 years of age who meet the federal, state and local criteria, services for those students who find it difficult to achieve their educational goals in a normal public school environment, and services for those students who require additional disciplinary support. Student Programs and Services includes partnerships that expand human, financial and program services with schools, public and private agencies.
Take our LCAP SURVEY
2016-17 BCOE LCAP DRAFTS
[Local Control Accountability Plans]
Butte County Office of Education LCAP
Come Back Butte Charter LCAP
Learning Community Charter School LCAP
To obtain a copy of a GED Record, please click on the link below and follow the instructions.
GED Transcript Request
Finding test-taker records for the General Educational Development (GED) test.
As of January 18, 2005, the Educational Testing Service (ETS) - GED Records Center handles all requests for duplicate records in California.
Toll-free 866-370-4740 ETS
GED Records Center
P. O. Box 4005
Concord, CA 94524-4005
Learning Community Charter School is currently in Program Improvement Year 3.
All parents/guardians have the right to transfer his or her child from this school of choice to a non-PI school within their district of residence. At this time, there is no other school available to transfer within the BCOE district.
Supplemental Educational Services (SES):
Students from low-income families at continuing PI schools, whose parents did not select a public school choice option, are eligible for free tutoring through (SES). These services are classes or tutoring which occur outside the regular school day with educational providers approved by the State Board of Education. Please click here for more information on Supplemental Educational Services.
School Accountability Report Cards (SARC)
Butte County Special Education
Learning Community Charter (Hearthstone and Four Winds School)
RISE (Central Middle School)
Rise (Paradise Intermediate)
Williams Uniform Complaint Procedure
Under the Williams lawsuit settlement, parents/guardians and others have the right to file a complaint about the availability of textbooks and instructional materials and the condition of school facilities, and teacher vacancies or miss-assignments.
To file a complaint regarding these matters, Williams Uniform Complaint Forms are available for download on each school's website on their public information page.
2014-17 English Learner Master Plan
14-17 EL Master Plan
14-17 EL Master Plan (spanish version)
Michelle Zevely - Assistant Superintendent
1859 Bird Street, Oroville, CA 95965
Phone: (530) 532-5757
Fax: (530) 532-5794