TCSOS provides services and support to schools in Tuolumne County’s 11 school districts, teaching more than 5,800 students. TCSOS also serves the county’s most at-risk students and develops countywide programs to serve special student populations.
The Annual Report provides information about TCSOS and county school districts. It also highlights the achievements of extraordinary students and includes information about some of the ways the TCSOS, its programs, and its services are moving education forward in Tuolumne County.
View the report in the flipbook below or on our Annual Report website.
May 2023: Abigail McKinney
“Abi’s progress this year has been remarkable,” said her teacher, Kalie Gonzalez. “She has forged friendships and overcome academic obstacles with determination. Having her in class brings joy, and her future looks incredibly promising. Abi is a joy to have in class, consistently bringing positivity, curiosity, and enthusiasm to every lesson, and has become a beloved member of the class community.”
Unlocking Potential: Exploring Local Educational Agencies Universal Pre-K Programs
Empowering Young Minds Through Early Childhood Education
Mental Health Awareness Month: The Importance of Self-Care
The Vital Role of Self-Care in Promoting Mental Well-being
Mother Lode Robotics Challenge
The Tuolumne County Superintendent of Schools Office announces the 6th annual Mother Lode Robotics Challenge for Tuolumne County schools.