Limited Access to TCSOS Buildings
Access to the TCSOS Buildings or associated school sites is available via appointment only.
Visitors are required to wear a mask when entering any of our sites.
Wearing a mask is a cheap and easy way to help stop the spread of airborne infections like COVID-19. It’s also a sign that you want to help protect other people and have them protect you… that we’re all in this together. Here’s some awesome slow-motion schlieren imaging experiments to demonstrate why masks work! Share with someone who needs to see this.
TCSOS Departments & Support Services
The Business Services department provides internal and external fiscal oversight of annual budgets of all local educational agencies in addition to providing fiscal guidance in assuring accountability and compliance with State and Federal regulations.
Providing support for teacher quality, school site leadership, professional development, networking, curriculum, instructional, assessment and alternative education options for the school communities of Tuolumne County.
Providing highly qualified staff, leadership, support, networking and professional development in order to deliver outstanding customer service to the school communities of Tuolumne County.
SELPAs facilitate high quality educational programs and services for special needs students and training for parents and educators. The SELPA collaborates with county agencies and school districts to develop and maintain healthy and enriching environments in which special needs students and families can live and succeed.
Providing high quality informational, instructional technology and telecommunications leadership, support, networking, security and professional development for the school communities of Tuolumne County.
The Tuolumne JPA (Joint Powers Authority) administers Property & Liability and Workers’ Compensation insurance programs for school districts in Alpine, Amador, Calaveras, and Tuolumne Counties.
Read early... and often.
Just as a child develops language skills long before being able to speak, the child also develops literacy skills long before being able to read.