Welcome to to Family Resource Page

This page is designed to provide Parents, Guardians, and Students convenient access to pertinent information and resources.

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Curriculum used in MTUESD classrooms is State Board adopted and approved by MTUESD local board.  It is the intent of the State of California to implement new curriculum every 7 years, but due to the budget crisis, the State has removed laws that were previously in place regarding adoptions.  The next subject for MTUESD to adopt is English Language Arts.  Teaching staff and parents serve on committees to select from approved materials for use in the classroom.

Materials that are not State Board adopted and are being used in the classroom must be approved by the local board. 

CDE - Curriculum Frameworks & Instructional Materials

Curriculum frameworks provide guidance for implementing the content standards adopted by the State Board of Education (SBE). Frameworks are developed by the Curriculum Development and Supplemental Materials Commission, which also reviews and recommends textbooks and other instructional materials to be adopted by the SBE.


Foster Youth Services

The Calaveras County Office of Education’s Foster Youth Services Coordinating Program (FYSCP) is to provide support to foster youth and districts through guidance and inter-agency collaboration around school permanency, enrollment and streamlined school transitions with the outcome of increasing academic success for students in foster care.

The collaborative integrates community resources for families and provides children opportunities for real permanence; promotes a safe, stable, healthy, nurturing environment enabling children to flourish and become independent, productive adults making responsible choices.

What Does FYS Do?

  • Advocate for timely and appropriate school placements

  • Assist students and foster care providers to access needed academic support services, including special education

  • Recommend and make referrals to needed community support services

  • Assist foster care providers to understand and navigate the school system

  • Work with placing agencies to minimize changes in school placement

  • Facilitate the transfer of school records for foster children

  • Act as a liaison between care providers, schools and placing agencies


FYSCP Executive Advisory Council

The function of the Executive Advisory Council is to prioritize services, efforts and training for FYSCP and on a bimonthly basis review the progress of foster youth services coordinating program.

Executive Advisory Members

  • County Mental Health

  • County Child Welfare

  • Special Education Local Plan Agency (SELPA)

  • County Behavioral Health

  • CASA

  • Health and Human Services

  • First 5

  • Sierra Child and Family Services

  • Environmental Alternatives

  • Local Law Enforcement 

  • Local Education Agencies

Foster Youth Services Link