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SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) - Details here
We are very happy to report that the CCEE has continued the funding to the existing PLNs that would like to continue the work of building collaborative processes and the capacity of the county offices of education. Colusa, Yolo, and Yuba COEs and the participating school district LCAP teams will hold a series of monthly PLN trainings for all three county offices and their LEAs in order to close achievement gaps between student groups and increase performance in all student groups by supporting continuous improvement across the LCFF state priorities. 

Early Mental Health Initiative (Second Step) - Details here

We are happy to announce that this is the first year the grant funding will afford us the opportunity to provide providing services to students when school begins in August. This means that students will receive four additional months of services! Child Aides will be placed at Williams Elementary and Children Services (in all centers). Hand in Hand has agreed to continue implementing the program utilizing one of their own staff.

Foster Youth - Details here
We have been allocated $122,043 for the Foster Youth program for this fiscal year. The monies will be used to provide technical assistance and training to the districts, collaboration contracts with Child Welfare, Behavioral Health, surrounding county offices, and Colusa One Stop. Funding will also be utilized to pay for the Foster Focus online programs, a secure, statewide, web-based data collection and service delivery tool that assists agencies in providing and coordinating services to improve education outcomes for foster youth.

Homeless/McKinney Vento - Details here
We have been allocated $18,000 for the Education of Homeless Children and Youth for this fiscal year. The monies will be used to provide technical assistance to the districts as well as support homeless children and youth with supplemental education supplies and clothes.

Tobacco Use Prevention Education (TUPE) - Details here

The TUPE program will be participating in the Johnson Jr. High School and the Arbuckle Elementary School Back to School nights. They will be providing information to students and parents on the dangers of vaping and the harmful effects of nicotine.


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