Programs and Services Guide for District and School Leadership

​​​​​​Professional Learning Opportunities

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  AVID - Advancement Via Individual Determination

AVID's mission is to close the achievement gap by preparing all students for college readiness and success in a global society.
  BTSA - Beginning Teacher Support and Assessment

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Common Core State Standards

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Early Intervention for School Success

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Education Technology

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English Learners

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Evaluation, Assessment, and Data Center

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GATE - Gifted and Talented Education

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Center for Healthy Kids & Schools

The Center for Healthy Kids & Schools is a recognized leader in school and student health.  The Center collaborates with educational and community partners to provide professional development, technical assistance, and resources for improving the overall health of Orange County children.
History / Social Science

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Language Immersion

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Math - Cognitively GuidedInstruction (CGI)

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Multilingual Consortia

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Multi-tiered Systems of Support

MTSS is a coherent continuum
of evidence based, system-wide
practices to support a rapid
response to academic and
behavioral needs.
School-Based Mental Health Services

School-based Violence Prevention Education Services uses science-based curricula and proven effective strategies to reduce negative outcomes for children and youth.  School-based violence prevention education services can prevent mental illnesses from becoming severe and disabling. 
Preschool GLAD™

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Project Based Learning (PBL)

Students go through a process of
inquiry in response to a complex
question. Rigorous projects help
students learn key academic
content and 21st Century Skills.
Project GLAD® - Guided Language Acquisition

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Reading Language Arts

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Regional System of District
and School Support (RSDSS)

The Regional System of District
and School Support (RSDSS)
helps meet the needs of schools
and districts serving Title I
Science / STEAM

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Secondary School Support (S3)

S3 offers schools and districts
assistance through professional
learning to develop and refine
skills and strategies for common
core implementation.

Child Welfare & Attendance

The Child Welfare & Attendance office partners with local agencies such as the Probation Department, Constitutional Rights Foundation,  Juvenile Courts, District Attorney's Office, Social Services, Police Departments, retired administrators, the Mental Health Department, Military One, the OC Health Care Agency, and other county offices of education throughout California.   These partners collaborate with the school districts in preventing, managing, and addressing child welfare and attendance issues.
Visual and Peforming Arts

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World Languages

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