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Mountain Oaks School

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Parent Education and Resources
Below are a variety of resources and opportunities for parents to further their education.
Education Acronyms, Program Names, Definitions and Terms
Every Parent Should Know
First 5 Calaveras - Classes
Autism and Social skills - April 26 from 5:30-7:00 at Calaveras Office of Education with Dr. Ryan Thompson.  Click here for more information
Valley Springs Parent Cafe - April 19, 2017. Click here for more information.
Copper Parent Cafe - April 25, 2017.  Click here for more information. 
Conversations to Keep your Family Strong - April 27 and May 5, 2017.  Click here for more information. 
Growing Healthy Kids - April 25 & 27, 2017.  Click here for more information.
Counselling Through First 5
Counseling with MFT/LCSWs across Calaveras County, including a Spanish speaking counselor. Parents who do not have insurance or full scope Medical to cover counseling, or who are underinsured/cannot afford deductibles or co-pays may qualify for up to ten counseling sessions. Call 1-888-787-3654 for more information.
The Grandparent Project
REMINDER TO ALL GRANDPARENTS - If you are raising your grandchildren, learn about free services, resources and activities for you and the children by contacting Bonnie Danielson, leader of the Grandparent Project in your area, at (209) 754-3023 or e-mail at homestead
Community Advisory Council (CAC) - Parents of Children with Special Needs
You are invited to attend the monthly Community Advisory Committee (CAC) meetings. The CAC is a group of caring and concerned parents, educators, and local agency representatives who are interested in providing quality education for children with special needs.
What We Do…
..Strive to build communication and cooperation between parents and educators. 
..Aim to inform, educate and support one another in partnership with Calaveras County SELPA (Special Education Local Plan Area).
..Provide educational workshops to better understand and parent our children.
..Provide support, understanding and collaboration regarding the challenges in educating our children.
..Provide information in understanding your child’s IEP (Individual Educational Plan) and the Special Education system.
..Facilitate communication between parents and school.
..Raise community awareness for the needs of individuals with disabilities.
CAC meets at: Calaveras County Office of Education, 185 S. Main St., Angels Camp from 5-7P and CHILDCARE WILL BE PROVIDED. Please contact Lorie Wise for information at 736-6016 or To receive CAC e-mail updates, please submit your e-mail address to Lorie Wise at the above telephone number or e-mail address.