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Board Mission and Vision

The Tuolumne County Superintendent of Schools Office desires to provide a comprehensive, research-based curriculum that motivates every student to succeed. The educational program shall provide students with opportunities to attain the skills, knowledge, and abilities they need to be successful in school and develop to their full potential.

We Believe That:

  • Within the framework of a democratic society, that society is best served by an educated citizenry and that educational resources should be available to all persons.
  • Every student should be offered an opportunity for education which would enable his/her fullest development as a person.
  • Each individual’s educational opportunities should be determined by his/her ability, growth and maturity.
  • The inherent worth of each individual must be of highest consideration in the educational process.
  • The educational process should provide each individual with opportunities to view all facets of a question and to form an opinion based on all probabilities.
  • The educational process should provide each individual the opportunity to appreciate the contributions of all cultural heritages.
  • Education should provide every student with the knowledge necessary to contribute positively toward the betterment of society.

Board Goals 2016 – 2017:  At a Special Board Meeting Workshop held July 13, 2016, the Tuolumne County Board of Trustees have set the following goals:

Goal #1:  The Board will adopt it’s mission, vision, and long range priorities in collaboration with the Superintendent at a special Board meeting in September by developing a mission and vision statement for 2016-2017 based on two priorities: engagement and advocacy.

Goal #2:  The Board will review it’s rules and regulations that guide the charter school approval and appeal process by reviewing the relevant Board Policy quarterly throughout 2016-2017 (October, January, March, May).

Goal #3:  The Board will actively engage in advocacy by encouraging constituents to participate in the LCAP stakeholder input process by hosting a parent/district Board Workshop in February about the LCAP development and outcomes hosted in representative areas of the county.

 

Board Member Workshops

Board Member Workshop and Training Schedule for 2017-2018.

All district board members are invited to attend these board member training workshops.  All workshop/training sessions will be held at TCSOS, room 217.  RSVP required to tcombs@tcsos.us