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TOGETHER, WE CAN. 2011-2012 Annual Report to the Community


Alone we can do so little;

we can do so MUCH. ~Helen Keller


TOGETHER

People who work will succeed, Whether it be against complex football defenses, or the problems of modern society. ~Vince Lombardi


MESSAGE FROM YOUR SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS

Welcome to the 2011-2012 Lake County Office of Education Annual Report to the Community. This report outlines the services the County Office of Education provides and gives a snapshot of the demographics, enrollment, staffing and academic achievement in our county. We are also pleased to highlight and recognize many of the outstanding programs and services provided to students throughout Lake County. Today, unprecedented funding cuts are diminishing the scope of education opportunities offered to students throughout the State of California. Throughout Lake County, dedicated, passionate teachers, administrators and staff are continuing to provide exceptional educational opportunities to our students. However, the 21st century world and economic conditions in which we live call for all of us to engage more deeply in supporting our schools. All children are our children, and we need to be there for them. My hope is that this report will help you better understand the progress of public education in Lake County and how we can work together to support the education of all our students. Sincerely, Wally Holbrook Lake County Superintendent of Schools


STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT The Academic Performance Index (API) is a numeric assignment given to each school based upon individual student testing scores in the areas of science, math, English Language Arts, and History/Social Science. Students scores fall into one of five performance levels: advanced, proficient, basic, below basic, and far below basic. The yearly STAR testing system and the high school exit exam are used to assess school and district performance and satisfy assessment requirements for the current version of the federal Elementary and Secondary Education Act, known as No Child Left Behind.

GRADUATION RATES California Lake County

2009-2010 84.75% 94.28%

2010-2011 83.72% 90.44%

2009-2010 3.41% 3.09%

2010-2011 4.29% 2.83%

DROPOUT RATES California Lake County


PHOTO GALLERY Left page: Taylor Observatory student enrichment activities. Right page: ROP culinary students; Academic Decathletes; Community school students releasing their trout.

LAKE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICTS ENROLLMENT AND ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE INDEX (API)* Enrollment 1726

2009 727

2010 724

2011 737

2012 737

Change over 4 years +10

Konocti

3099

676

681

698

703

+27

Lakeport

1570

774

779

786

790

+16

Lucerne

216

728

763

784

760

+32

Middletown**

1698

792

791

793

801

+9

UL Elementary

523

681

705

697

706

+25

UL High

363

670

683

661

642

-28

District Kelseyville

CALIFORNIA HIGH SCHOOL EXIT EXAM—PASS RATE FOR GRADE 10 FIRST-TIME TAKERS 100%

Lake County California

90% 80% 70% 60% 50% English Language Arts

Math

*Information collected from CDE DataQuest *Middletown information includes Lake County International Charter API data excludes Lake County operated schools enrollment of 49


LAKE COUNTY SCHOOLS ~ California’s support for K-12 public education has not kept pace with the rest of the nation. In 200607, California’s per pupil expenditure was $8,823 compared to the national average of $9,749. Since that time, the state has continued to lag behind the nation in per pupil funding. California’s per pupil funding was ranked 46th in the nation for 2010-11. Although California has set rigorous standards for student achievement, state funding actions have not proven that education is a top priority. Despite these dwindling resources, Lake County schools have made significant improvements and progress toward ensuring that every student receives the support and education they need to succeed.

LAKE COUNTY “STAR” ELA & MATH RESULTS: 10-YEAR COMPARISON Grade 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

Algebra I Geometry Algebra II HS Summative Totals:

2003 28% 30% 33% 28% 31% 35% 25% 35% 30% 27%

# Tested 687 291 228 223 1429

ELA % Prof or Adv 2012 % Increase 45% 61% 42% 40% 52% 58% 51% 82% 49% 58% 52% 49% 51% 104% 49% 40% 38% 27% 41% 52%

2003 50% 40% 28% 20% 29% 24%

HIGH SCHOOL MATH 2003 % Prof/Adv # Prof/Adv # Tested 15% 103 757 19% 55 529 12% 27 387 13% 29 135 15% 215 1808

Math % Prof or Adv 2012 % Increase 55% 10% 64% 60% 52% 86% 46% 130% 47% 62% 51% 113%

2012 % Prof/Adv 12% 19% 14% 27% 16%

# Prof/Adv 91 101 54 36 282

HIGH SCHOOL HISTORY/SOCIAL SCIENCE

World History US History Totals:

# Tested 766 722 1488

2003 % Prof/Adv 24% 27% 25%

# Prof/Adv 184 195 379

# Tested 641 680 1321

2012 % Prof/Adv 29% 36% 33%

# Prof/Adv 186 245 431


SUCCEEDING DESPITE CHALLENGES CALIFORNIA/NATIONAL COMPARISON

CALIFORNIA RANK

CALIFORNIA

REST OF U.S.

K-12 SPENDING PER STUDENT**

46th in the nation

$8,908

$11,764

K-12 SPENDING AS A % OF PERSONAL INCOME**

47th in the nation

3.27%

4.29%

NUMBER OF K-12 STUDENTS PER TEACHER**

50th in the nation

20.5

13.8

NUMBER OF K-12 STUDENTS PER GUIDANCE COUNSELOR*

49th in the nation

810

433

NUMBER OF K-12 STUDENTS PER LIBRARIAN*

50th in the nation

5,489

839

NUMBER OF K-12 STUDENTS PER ADMINISTRATOR*

46th in the nation

301

203

*2009-2010 **2010-2011

8TH GRADE ALGEBRA: % PROFICIENT OR ADVANCED (ALL 8TH GRADERS) 2003 2012 # Tested Total

851

% Tested Alge- % Prof/Adv bra Algebra

19% 37% 7% of Students Tested

Earth Sci Biology Chemistry Physics Totals:

# Tested 164 489 120 52 825

# Prof/Adv Algebra

# Tested Total

60

649

% Tested Alge- % Prof/Adv bra Algebra

# Prof/Adv Algebra

95% 30% 29% of Students Tested

HIGH SCHOOL SCIENCE 2003 % Prof/Adv # Prof/Adv # Tested 24% 39 614 49% 240 727 44% 53 252 10% 5 105 41% 337 1698

2012 % Prof/Adv 38% 46% 42% 50% 43%

# Prof/Adv 233 334 106 53 726

Despite these dwindling resources, Lake County schools have made significant improvements and progress toward ensuring that every

student receives the

support and education they need to succeed. A 10-year comparison of our STAR testing results indicate: 

5th grade ELA scores have increased 82%

8th grade ELA scores have increased 104%

5th grade Math scores have increased by 130%

7th grade Math scores have increased by 113%

185

*The American Diploma Project, 2004


EDUCATION BY THE NUMBERS Students enrolled in public schools in Lake County. Students served annually through the Healthy Start programs and services, removing barriers and helping students succeed.

Students tested proficient in Geometry, compared to 55 students in 2003.* Students tested proficient in US History, compared to 195 students in 2003.*

Students transferred into Kindergarten from Early Connection Preschool programs. Students served annually through the Kid Connection After School Programs.

Students tutored through the AmeriCorps program. Students tested proficient in Chemistry, compared to 53 students in 2003. 53 students tested proficient in Physics, compared to 5 students in 2003.* *We saw these gains in spite of declining enrollment resulting in almost 600 fewer high school students tested over the same ten-year period.

COLLABORATION allows teachers to capture each other’s fund of

collective intelligence. ~Mike Shmoker


We are committed to inspiring a

PASSION

for STEM — science, technology, engineering and math — in Lake County’s ~Barbara McIntyre, Director students. Taylor Science Center

STUDENT ETHNICITY Hispanic or Latino American Indian or Alaska Native Africa American White All Other


PHOTO GALLERY From Left: Culinary students receiving instruction from Julie at Chic le Chef; Lake County Cares for Our Kids Advocacy Festival; Band students from Burns Valley School; Skills USA students tour CalPine; LCOE Superheroes at the Polar Plunge.

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT Of all the challenges facing public schools, arguably none is more fundamental than declining enrollment. ADA—average daily attendance—is the lifeblood of every public school district. When enrollment falls, state funding follows—and the consequence doesn’t require a class in economics: Fewer dollars means program reductions, personnel cutbacks and, perhaps, the closing of schools. More

than 40 percent of the state’s 977 school districts report shrinking

enrollment numbers—not just small, rural districts where declining enrollment has become endemic, but also large, urban districts where growth was, until recently, a way of life. Many experts believe that enrollment decline is temporary, and evidence does appear to support this opinion.

STUDENT ENROLLMENT 10,000

9,000

8,000 2009-10

2010-11

2011-12


ENGLISH LEARNERS — 2011-2012 NUMBER OF ENGLISH LEARNERS BY GRADE K

Gr.1

Gr.2

Gr.3

Gr.4

Gr.5

Gr.6

Gr.7

Gr.8

Gr.9

District # of EL Students

37

Gr. 10 56

Gr. 11 30

Gr. 12 22

118

131

110

111

93

83

73

68

63

% of Total

11.9

13.2

11.1

11.2

9.3

8.3

7.3

6.8

6.3

3.7

5.6

3.1

2.2

State %

13.5

13.3

12.5

10.2

8.9

7.2

6.0

5.2

4.7

5.3

4.9

4.2

4.0 +32 +9 +25

SPECIAL EDUCATION ENROLLMENT BY DISABILITY Disability

-28

Lake County Enrollment

Statewide Enrollment

Mental Retardation

88

43,303

Hard of Hearing

11

9,991

Deaf

4

3,946

214

164,600

Visual Impairment

2

4,327

Emotional Disturbance

43

25,984

Orthopedic Impairment

19

14,261

Other Health Impairment

89

61,843

Specific Learning Disability

542

278,698

Deaf-Blindness

0

160

Multiple Disability

3

5,643

Autism

86

71,825

Traumatic Brain Injury

2

1,771

1,103

686,352

Speech/Language Impairment

TOTAL Special Ed ENROLLMENT

*Information collected from CDE DataQuest *Middletown information includes Lake County International Charter API data excludes Lake County operated schools enrollment of 49


SCHOOL FINANCES In 1988, California voters approved Proposition 98, which requires a minimum percentage of the state budget be provided to fund K-12 schools and community colleges. The level of state funding for public schools is determined primarily through Proposition 98. The most notable factor in determining the Proposition 98 funding level is the strength of the California economy and state tax collection. Since 1988, K-12 and community college education funding has generally mirrored the condition of the state economy. When the economy is strong and state tax revenue is up, school funding rises accordingly. On the other hand, a sluggish and weak state economy has most resulted in serious decreases for California Schools.

DISTRICT FINANCES Total Revenues California Lake County Total Expenditures

Kelseyville

Konocti

$14,688,826

$27,304,851

$14,293,417

$26,513,397

Lakeport 2009-2010 $12,386,390 84.75% 94.28% $12,823,343

Lucerne $1,850,358 $1,727,438

*Middletown UL Elementary 2010-2011 $13,246,883 83.72% $4,479,728 90.44% $13,626,740 $4,520,998

UL High $3,671,409 $3,891,121

CALIFORNIA STATE LOTTERY REVENUES Kelseyville

Konocti

Lakeport

Lucerne

*Middletown

UL Elementary

UL High

LCOE

County Totals

2009-10

215,553

391,514

201,843

32,131

221,940

66,527

42,911

59,621

1,232,040

2010-11

232,596

395,543

199,943

31,684

206,796

61,428

46,434

58,815

1,233,239

2011-12

218,736

373,759

192,236

30,582

203,073

60,203

43,933

56,666

1,179,188


PHOTO GALLERY From Left: LCOE retirees-Mike Hansen, Michael Oken, Joyce Elmer, Carmela James, Joe Bravo; PG&E Bright Idea Grant awarded to LCOE’s Taylor Observatory; Big Read art installation in Middletown; Workability students; April Child Abuse Awareness art contest winners; ASPIRE graduates. Below: Students at the Taylor Observatory Lego Robotics Workshop.

LAKE COUNTY OFFICE OF EDUCATION SCHOOL FINANCES FOR 2011-2012 Revenue Limit Sources

$2,247,541

Federal Revenue

$1,650,109

Other State Revenues

$3,611,095

Other Local Revenues

$1,720,426

TOTAL REVENUES

$9,229,171

TOTAL EXPENDITURES

$9,789,049

*Information collected from CDE DataQuest *Middletown information includes Lake County International Charter API data excludes Lake County operated schools enrollment of 49


HANCE EDUCATION CENTER On May 24, 2012 approximately 50 staff and community members gathered in the quad at the new Hance Education Center to celebrate the completion of this construction project. The festivities included a flag presentation from Congressman Mike Thompson and a brief history of the project by past county superintendent, Dr. Bill Cornelison. The new Hance Education Center houses the Community School, ASPIRE Program, AmeriCorps, Child Development, and Safe Schools.


PHOTO GALLERY Top Left: Lake County Office of Education Board Members cut the ceremonial ribbon. From left: George Ryder, Dr. Mark Cooper, Madelene Lyon, Patricia Hicks, Dr. David Browning. Bottom Left: Wally Holbrook, Dave Geck, Dr. Bill Cornelison. Top right: Juan Huerta, Jan Bailey, Stephanie Wayment; Middle right: John Drummond, Dr. Bill Corneison, Dave Geck; Mike Thompson Representative, student, Wally Holbrook; Dedication attendees; Kandee Stolesen, Rose Geck.


LAKE COUNTY ACADEMIC


DECATHLON 2011/2012

At the end of a tough competition, Upper Lake High School emerged the for the fourth straight year as champion of the Lake County Academic Decathlon, and Kelseyville High School debuted in second place. The 2011/2012 topic was “The Age of Empire.” Students were asked about issues including colonization and imperialism, the impact of disease on North America’s indigenous populations, the outcomes of the Boer War and factors affecting how European colonization developed in Africa. The competition includes 10 academic tests and demonstrations.


2012 SPELLING BEE CHAMPIONS PHOTO GALLERY Top Left: Noelani Urquiza, Terrace School, Junior High Spelling Bee Champion Middle: Asia Firebaugh, Middletown Middle School, Junior High Spelling Bee Champion Bottom Left: Jessica Osborne, Pomo School, Junior High Spelling Bee Champion Bottom Right:, From Left: Daymion Martinez, Lucerne Elementary; Tyler

Parrott,

Cobb

Elementary,

Elementary

Spelling

Bee

Champions

The Lake County Elementary Spelling Bee was held at Terrace School in Lakeport on March 20, 2012. The Lake County Junior High Spelling Bee was held at Upper Lake Middle School on March 13, 2012. The annual spelling competitions are coordinated by the Lake County Office of Education. Master of Ceremonies/Spell Master for both of the Spelling Bees was Stephanie Wayment, Education Specialist at Lake County Office of Education. The judges for the competition were Robin Totorica, Jan Bailey, Tracy Skeen and Tim Gill, also from LCOE.


7TH ANNUAL UNIVERSITY ADMITTANCE RECEPTION

May 7, 2012 Kelseyville High School

The roots of true achievement lie in the will to become the best that you can become. ~ Harold Taylor


STUDENT services


BUSINESS

EDUCATIONAL

services

services

the

LCOE

serves as the liaison between the school districts and the state.

c o n n e c t i on

The County Board of Education members are elected by voters in the five geographic districts ensuring that all areas of the county are represented. Mandated duties of the board include the budget of the

County offices of education play

county superintendent of schools;

a unique role in supporting the state and local public education. Lake

serving as a board of appeals for

County Office of Education is one of 58

expelled students, and approving inter-

county offices created to facilitate the

district transfer requests.

operation of California’s complex public Unlike school

The Lake County Office of Education

districts, the county office has both an

provides leadership, coordination and

elected superintendent and an elected

a variety of instructional, business,

board of education.

administrative and consulting services to

educational system.

the county’s seven districts. The county The County Superintendent of Schools

office of education staff strive for

is elected by all the voters of the county

excellence, teamwork and enthusiasm;

and serves a four-year term. The office

and

of the county superintendent provides

to

leadership, support and service to fulfill

providing high quality education and

the mission of public education and

support to each and every student.

demonstrate

a

sincere

desire

support Lake County districts in


Literacy Task Force

Safe Schools/Healthy Students Community School Model

Healthy Star t

Foster Youth Services PAL Lice Eradication Program

Oral Health Project

Ea rly St art In fant P rog ram Visually Impaired S ervices

Family-PRO

Deaf/Hard of Hearing Services

S E L PA C o m m u n i t y A d v i s o r y C o m m i t t e e

H omel es s S t u d e n t A s s i s ta n ce C h i l d r e n ’s C o u n c i l

Nurturing Parenting Child Care Planning Council

Child Abuse Prevention

E C E Ta s k F o r c e Ea r l y C h i l d h o o d Ed u cato r o f t h e Ye a r A wa rd Pro gra m

Support

Auditing Fiscal Oversight

Education and Guidance Information Providers

Training

Budgeting

Payroll

Health Insurance

Retirement Services Purchasing

Inventory

Human Resources

external internal

Information Technology

Services

Fiscal solvency

Customer Service


Te a c h e r o f t h e Ye a r P r o g r a m

RSDSS/CTAP/AVID Program Coordination

Beginning Teacher Support and Assessment (BTSA)

Kid Connection After School Programs Spelling Bees

College Going Initiative Community School ASPIRE

Early Connection Preschools

Wo r k a b i l i t y

Taylor Observatory

GED Testing

Re n a i s s a n c e S c h o o l Categorical Compliance Support

Professional Growth Oppor tunities

Academic Decathlon

Regional Occupational Program (ROP)

Alternative Education

Te c h n i c a l S u p p o r t f o r t e s t i n g

Special Education Local Plan Area (SELPA) Robotics Club


2011/2012 TEACHER OF THE YEAR Marilyn Grock, Teacher to the Severely Handicapped and Early Intervention Specialist from Kelseyville Unified School District was selected as the 2011/2012 Lake County Teacher of the Year. Grock was selected from candidates representing six of the seven Lake County school districts. The 2011-12 selection committee members were Joyce Anderson, Retired Teacher; Tim Gill, Senior Director of Educational Services, LCOE; Jennifer Kelly, 2010-11 California State Teacher of the Year; Richard Lubecki, Lucerne Community Member; Madelene Lyon, Lake County School Board Member; and Richard Smith, Retired Superintendent. Marilyn Grock has served Kelseyville Unified School District for the past decade, and has had a tremendous positive impact on her students and their families. The selection committee chose to honor Grock because she exemplifies the qualities of an exceptional educator. Enrico Frediani, Principal at Kelseyville Elementary, shares, “Without exaggeration, the services and early intervention provided by Mrs. Grock and her staff at times changes the entire educational and life trajectory of her students.” Grock’s ability to prepare and transition students from a severely handicapped program into less restrictive educational environments is an inspiration to other educators. Tim Gill, selection committee member and Senior Director of Educational Services at LCOE, shared about being inspired by Grock’s work with a non-verbal student who begins to understand the concept and value of communication. When a child is able to communicate with the world around them through voice-activated devices, picture exchange systems and finally verbal expression, the impact on their family is immeasurable. John Leonard, Special Education Director and School Psychologist at Kelseyville Unified School District, reiterates how Grock’s work with students not only changes their lives, but the lives of their entire families. Parents who thought they may never hear their child speak, eat in a restaurant with their child, nor take their child to the store, have been impacted by Grock in a way that goes far beyond the typical parameters of education. Marilyn Grock is one of many exceptional teachers in Lake County, and all of the teachers were honored at a special award program held on October 22, 2011. The 2011-12 District Teachers of the Year are: Lisa Rogers, Konocti Unified School District Karen Bettencourt, Lakeport Unified School District Angel Hayenga, Upper Lake High School District

Danielle Villanueva, Upper Lake Elementary School District Elsie Mackesy, Middletown Unified School District


The employees of Lake County Office of Education donated funds and raised additional funds through events to begin an annual scholarship of $500 for a student graduating from an LCOE program. According to Wally Holbrook, Superintendent of Schools, "We really want honor the hard work of our students, and our employees were really excited about the idea. So many of our students have overcome amazing odds to earn their diplomas, and we want to recognize that." The first recipient of the annual scholarship is Sobeyda Verdugo, graduating from the ASPIRE program. Sobeyda has demonstrated outstanding perseverance in her determination to earn her diploma. She continued at Kelseyville High School during her pregnancy, but couldn’t continue because of complications with the birth of her daughter, Andrea. When Andrea was 3 months old, Sobeyda was able to enroll at ASPIRE, and credits the staff with helping her achieve her goal. She says, "They always pushed me to do my best. I graduated late, but I did it. They have helped me so much, me and my family." Lori LaBrie, Sobeyda's teacher at ASPIRE, shares why Sobeyda is an exceptional individual, deserving of recognition: "Sobe is a great candidate for the LCOE scholarship because she has given so much to the Hance and Aspire programs... All the time Sobe was working on making herself better, she was also giving back to the program. She helps in the child care program, she answers phones and prepares food. She also helps in the classroom by being a mentor to new students, translating, working on the yearbook, answering phones and taking care of lunch duty. Sobe is always there to lend a hand and help others, so it is nice to be able to thank her in this way." Congratulations, Sobeyda!

2011/2012 LAKE COUNTY SCHOLARSHIP AWARD


AWARDS & RECOGNITION HEALTHY START RECEIVES *STAR* OF LAKE COUNTY AWARD Lake County Office of Education’s Healthy Start Program received the 2012 Lake County STAR Award for Non-Profit Organization. Joan Reynolds, Healthy Start Director, shares, “This recognition speaks to the incredible commitment of our staff at ensuring every child can come to school ready to learn.” Healthy Start provides support services at every district in Lake County. Healthy Start was also featured in the California School Board Association publication, California Schools, Summer 2012 issue. The story, “It Takes a Village”, highlighted the innovative work of Healthy Start on developing a rural community school model. Photo Gallery: From left: Kathy Windrem, Wendy Gattoni, Joan Reynolds, Missy Hill, Tanya Biasotti, Gina Fortino-Dickson, Laura Garcia


The

strength

of the TEAM is each individual member. The

strength TEAM is the

.

of each individual member. ~Phil Jackson

2012 EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATOR OF THE YEAR AWARDS The 2012 theme, “I Will Survive”, celebrated the resilience of Lake County’s early childhood educators, and inspired the fun “disco” theme. Approximately 200 child care providers joined together to celebrate and honor those who constantly strive for excellence in their field. Lake County Office of Education team members received 4 awards: Cindy Adams, Director, Child Development Division ~ Lifetime Achievement Award Sajeanne Burgoyne, Site Supervisor, Kelseyville Early Connection Preschool ~ Provider of the Year: Preschool Nicole Schnabl, Site Supervisor, Kid Connection After School Program ~ Provider of the Year: School Age Lourdes Aguirre, AmeriCorps Member, Lakeport Early Connection Preschool ~ Volunteer of the Year Photo Gallery: Lourdes Aguirre, Wally Holbrook; Debbie Ussery, Nicole Schnabl, Anthony Farrington, Lesa Serrano, Sajeanne Burgoyne, Angel Whitson, Cindy Adams with her family, Shelley Wilson with Wally Holbrook.


LAKE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICTS

Kelseyville Unified School District:

Lucerne Elementary School District:

4410 Konocti Road, Kelseyville, 95451 707-279-1511 Dave McQueen, District Superintendent

3351 Country Club Drive PO Box 1083, Lucerne, 95458 707-274-5578 Mike Brown, District Superintendent

Konocti Unified School District: 9430 Lake Street/PO Box 759, Lower Lake, 95457 707-994-6475 Donna Becnel, District Superintendent

Middletown Unified School District: 20932 Big Canyon Road/ PO Box 338 Middletown, 95461 707-987-4100 Korby Olson, District Superintendent

Lakeport Unified School District: 2508 Howard Street, Lakeport, 95453 707-262-3000 Erin Smith-Hagberg, District Superintendent

Upper Lake Union High School District: 675 Clover Valley Road, Upper Lake, 95485 707-275-2655 Patrick Iaccino, District Superintendent

Upper Lake Union Elementary School District: 679 Second Street, Upper Lake, 95485 707-275-2357 Valerie Gardner, District Superintendent For a complete directory of district, school and county office of education staff, with email addresses and phone numbers, visit www.lakecoe.org > staff directory

2012 CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION PHOTO CONTEST WINNERS: From left: Simon, 4th Grader, Highlands Academy; Penny, Kindergartner, Lakeport Elementary; Arianna 2nd Grader, Lower Lake Sc hool

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LAKE COUNTY OFFICE OF EDUCATION Main Lakeport Campus

Hance Education Center

1152 South Main Street, Lakeport, 95453

1510 Argonaut Road, Lakeport, 95453

707-262-4100 | 707-263-0197 Fax

707-263-4563 | 707-263-3228 Fax

Business Services

Alternative Education

Michelle Buell | 707-262-4114

Andrew Goodwin | 707-263-5819

Career Technical Education/ROP

AmeriCorps/

Brock Falkenberg | 707-262-4162

Safe Schools /Healthy Students

Child Care Planning Council/

Rob Young | 707-263-8796

Communication

Child Development Programs

Shelly Mascari | 707-262-4162

Cindy Adams | 707-263-8796

Curriculum and Instruction Tim Gill | 707-262-4128 Healthy Start Joan Reynolds | 707-262-4146 Human Resources Brock Falkenberg | 707-262-4151 Information Technology Blaze King | 707-262-4147 SELPA Ruth Aldrich, Ed.D. | 707-262-4130 Superintendent of Schools Wally Holbrook | 707-262-4100

Clearlake Campus 6945 Old Highway 53, Clearlake, 95422 707-995-9523 Regional Occupational Programs/Career Technical Education Tammy Serpa | 707-262-4164

Taylor Observatory & Science Center 5725 Oak Hills Lane, Kelseyville, 95451 707-262-4121 Barbara McIntyre | 707-262-4121

PHOTO GALLERY

rom Left: Students at Middletown Early Connection Preschool; Jon Rogers, Susan Schenck, David Rogers at Taylor Observatory; Marilyn Grock with Wally Holbrook at the Schoolmasters Award Ceremony; Big Read art installation in Middletown; Lake County Cares for Our Kids Advocacy Walk; Alternative education staff celebrating at graduation.


Unity is;

When there is teamwork and collaboration wonderful things can be achieved. ~Mattie Stepanek w w w. l a ke coe . org

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