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Advisory Commission on Charter Schools

The role of the ACCS is to support the SBE. The SBE has policy-making authority on a number of issues related to individual charter schools and the California charter system as a whole. Upon request by the SBE, the ACCS shall advise the State Board on all aspects of the State Board’s duties under the Charter Schools Act of 1992. The SBE office will accept applications that are received by 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, October 12, 2017. Information about the application process may be found at http://www.cde.ca.gov/be/cc/ab/.
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ClassWish

ClassWish.org is the easy and efficient way for teachers to get the support they and their students need.
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FP Testimonial

Just want to say thanks to Family Partnership for the care and attention that was given to my daughter.
My daughter spent the last six years at Family Partnership and she loved every moment of it. She love and admires her advisor, Shannon Horn, her math teachers, Lynne Castellenos, Joey and Elaine has also been very helpful and supportive to her education.

Now that she has completed this chapter of her life and is getting ready for college, we feel that Family Partnership has prepared her for this next step. Thank you all for making the kids feel that they can accomplish anything that they want as long as they put in the work.
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Parent Shasta Letter Update

Attached is a letter from Dr. Miguel Gonzales regarding the State Board of Education waiver granted to Family Partnership in response to the Third District Court of Appeals ruling in the Anderson Union High School District v. Shasta Secondary Home School Case. Two of the conditions of the waiver are to develop a "Transition Plan" and to "Notify Parents".

There will be a Special Governance Council Meeting, held at the Administration Office, to review and approve the proposed Transition Plan on Thursday, May 25, 2017 beginning at 4:30 p.m. The public is invited to attend.
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