Tim Taylor - Superintendent
1859 Bird Street
Oroville CA 95965
Child Welfare and Attendance
Regional Occupational Prg.
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.
Student Programs and Services oversees the following
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Economic Impact Aid Funding Report
When Students are
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Special Education Referral Form
Parents are Partners Guide:
Media Release for Free and
Reduced-price Meals for the:
Finding test-taker records for the General Educational
Development (GED) test.
Toll-free 866-370-4740 ETS
Under new laws resulting from 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.
Williams Uniform Complaint Procedure Forms:
Williams Notices to Students, Parents and Staff:
Notice to Parents/Guardians and Pupils: Student Eligibility for Assistance in Preparing for the California High School Exit Exam After Grade 12
Program Improvement 2010-2011 and 2011-2012
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