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Educational Services

We are a group of caring people who strive daily to bring out the best in people, while uncovering strengths and skills, in order to build effective teams, cultivate compassion, and build emotionally resilient educators with a student-centered focus in order to transform students’ and teachers’ teaching and learning experiences. Our team has provided some quick-reference guides, which you may access by clicking on the links below. Additionally, we welcome questions and feedback. Please feel free to reach out to us so we can support you.

For enrollment information visit the Enrollment page.

New Standards-Aligned Elementary Report Cards

The purpose of the elementary report card is to communicate student progress to parents/guardians, students, and other staff. The report card documents student performance over a period of time and provides feedback regarding strengths and concerns. The purpose of the elementary report card is to communicate student progress to parents/guardians,
students, and other staff.

California State Parent Teacher Association

Parents’ Guide to Student Success
This guide provides an overview of what your child will learn by the
end of each grade level in mathematics and English language arts/literacy.
This guide is based on the new Common Core State Standards, which
have been adopted by more than 45 states. If your child is meeting the
expectations outlined in these standards, he or she will be well prepared for the next grade level.

Why Are Academic Standards Important?
Academic standards are important because they help ensure that all students, no matter where they
live, are prepared for success in college and the workforce. Standards provide an important first step
— a clear roadmap for learning for teachers, parents, and students. Having clearly defined goals
helps families and teachers work together to ensure that students succeed. They also will help your
child develop critical thinking skills that will prepare him or her for college and career.

Family Handbook

The Family Handbook is an annual notification to parents and guardians. Hard copies will be available in every school office. It is a District requirement that parents/guardians acknowledge receipt of the annual Family Handbook. Please review the handbook, then complete the Annual Rights Notification to Guardians form. The form needs to be returned to each child’s school office.  Forms are available below for printing, at every school office, and the Educational Services office within the District Office. 

California Department of Education (CDE)

CDE oversees the state’s diverse public school system, which is responsible for the education of more than six million children and young adults in more than 10,000 schools with 295,000 teachers. CDE is in charge of enforcing education law and regulations and continuing to reform and improve public school programs.

Multi-Tiered System of Support (MTSS)

California’s CDE MTSS focuses on aligning initiatives and resources within and educational organization to address the needs of all students. It is an integrated, comprehensive framework for local educational agencies (LEA) that aligns academic, behavioral, and social-emotional learning in a fully integrated system of support for the benefit of all students. MTSS offers the potential to create systematic change through intentional integration of services and supports to identify and meet the needs of all students quickly.

Teaching and Learning Support

 Accountability and Continuous Improvement Report

Amador County Plans For Expelled Youth 

Student Wellness

Counseling & Student Support