Excellence in Education for the 21st Century
EDCOE

 

Welcome to Charter College & Career Prep (CCP)

We offer a full-day academic program where students can successfully earn a middle and high school diploma following California State Standards through engaging and rigorous curriculum. We offer a variety of hands-on electives to engage student imaginations. Among our priorities is to develop college and work-ready skills, as well as provide advanced educational opportunities that broaden options to succeed in the 21st century.

Principal’s Message April 2, 2020

Dear Charter College and Career Prep Students and Families,

By now you have been informed that school facilities will remain closed for the remainder of the year; however, distance learning will continue through June 1, 2020. As a result, please review the information below regarding turning in work, Chromebook pickup, and communication between home and school. 

What do students need to do with work that has been completed weeks 1-3? There are several options.

  • Students can take a photograph of completed work and send the photo to the teacher.
  • Students can complete the template on Google Classroom and the teacher will automatically receive it.
  • There are two, free apps which students and families can use to send PDF copies of completed work to their teachers via e-mail: CamScanner and EZscan. Download the app on any device. There are features to send one page or a group of pages. Then, just forward to your teacher’s e-mail address.
  • If you have access to a scanner, simply scan the documents to your teacher.
  • Mail the work to: EDCOE | Attention CCP Administration | Bldg. K | 6767 Green Valley Rd. | Placerville, CA 95667.
  • Drop off to the campus Monday 4/6/2020 between 9:00am - 11:00am in the main office. NOTE: Additional drop off times will be forthcoming in another ParentSquare message.
Chromebook Pickup:
  • If you need a Chromebook, pickup is available Monday 4/6/2020 between 9:00a.m. - 11:00a.m. in the main office. The student must have a parent or guardian present to sign for the Chromebook.
Home/School Communication
  • Most personnel are working remotely. However, your concerns are important to us and we are here to help. Office phones are forwarded and e-mail is constantly monitored. Don’t hesitate to reach out! (530) 295-2259 

El Dorado Transit

  • The California Welcome Center in El Dorado Hills is CLOSED for pass and scrip ticket distribution until further notice.
  • Student Connect Cards will not be loaded.
  • The following locations are open for pass and scrip ticket sales and Connect Card loads:
    • El Dorado Transit (by appointment until further notice) – 6565 Commerce Way, Diamond Springs, CA 95619
    • Bel-Air in Cameron Park (Customer Service Desk, cash or check only) -3510 Palmer Dr, Cameron Park, CA 95682
    • Or online at:

I need help with my college class!!

  • If you are enrolled in a class at Folsom Lake College and need help…

School Facilities Closure Extension

Dear Charter Program Families,

Please see the following press release that was sent out to our community last night from Dr. Manansala, our County Superintendent of Schools, and our School District Superintendents, detailing the extension of school facilities closures in El Dorado County for the remainder of the school year.  This follows guidance earlier from Governor Newsom and State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond.

Though we were all hoping this would not happen, we fully acknowledge the seriousness of the emergency and the necessity of following public health guidelines to ensure the safety of students, families, and staff. Charter Principals will be following up with our families at each school and program with regard to our plans to keep improving our distance learning services for our students and families, which are continuing.

The full closure extension order press release can be read on the El Dorado Office of Education website: http://edcoe.org/

Respectfully,
Dave Publicover, Executive Director

Wellness Coaching During the COVID-19 School Closures

Dear Charter Families,

Children and teenagers react differently to situations involving stress induced by change, and we are sensitive to the impact the current situation may be having on your student’s well being. The health and safety of our students and staff remains our ongoing priority, so we wanted you to be aware that our mental health coaching services are still available to our students during the school closure.  We have worked with our partners at Minds Moving Forward to continue these services through telephone conferences. Our health coaches will be contacting current student clients during the next week.  

If you feel your student may benefit from health coaching during this time, these free services are available on a limited, space-available basis.  Simply call or email your school office at one of the numbers below, and we will connect with you to help you complete the necessary paperwork. 
CCP: mosborne@edcoe.org (530) 295-2259
CHSA: sbryant@edcoe.org (530) 622-6984
CCA & CUPrep: cuprep@edcoe.org (530) 622-8594 

If your child needs crisis or clinical counseling, please contact a local provider such as New Morning Youth and Family Services, which is offering crisis counseling services for stress and anxiety exhibited by children and families.  To make an appointment, please call  (530) 622-5551 or email lara@newmorningyfs.org or carrie@newmorningyfs.org. If you have a mental health emergency, please contact the El Dorado County Mental Health Crisis Line at (530) 622-3345 or dial 911.

Thank you,
Dave Publicover, Executive Director

School Closure Extension

Dear Charter Program Families,

Please see the following press release that was sent out to our community earlier from Dr. Manansala, our County Superintendent of Schools, and our School District Superintendents that details the extension of school closures in El Dorado County.  The first paragraph of the letter is below: http://edcoe.org/message-to-el-dorado-county-school-closure-extension

In response to the rapidly evolving COVID‐19 circumstances and the potential impact in El Dorado County, School District Superintendents and the County Superintendent of Schools, have decided in concurrence with Dr. Nancy Williams, County Public Health Officer, to extend the closure of all public El Dorado County schools through the district’s upcoming spring break. We urge families to prepare for closures of a longer duration. We will continue to monitor the situation and provide updates on the status of closures. Dr. Nancy Williams continues to report that while there are no current positive cases in our county, the El Dorado County Public Health Division expects to begin seeing positive cases in the coming days and weeks, which may require a continued response... (additional information in the full letter)

Thank you for your understanding, and we will continue to provide information to our families as it relates to curriculum and services as information is available.

David Publicover, Executive Director