Modoc County Office of Education

Children are the highest priority of the Modoc County Office of Education. 

Our professional staff will act to ensure that all children are prepared to learn and all students receive exceptional instruction in a safe and conducive learning environment.

Informative and Useful

  • State Superintendent Visits Modoc
    On Thursday, September 24th, the State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Tom Torlakson, came to Modoc County for a visit. He toured the Alturas State Preschool and Stronghold Juvenile Court School, spoke to 15 of our local school leaders during lunch at the Niles Hotel, and watched our 3rd Grade Targeted Collaboration Training. 

    The Superintendent was extremely impressed with how well coordinated our early childhood education programs are, how peaceful our juvenile court school is, and how collaborative our educators are. 

    We are doing many great things in Modoc!

    Posted Sep 25, 2015, 8:25 AM by Gary Jones
  • Teacher Shortage Info Graph
    Posted Sep 3, 2015, 1:59 PM by Gary Jones
  • Learning from Chico’s Business Leaders

    Teachers and administrators from the three school districts in Modoc County traveled to Chico at the invitation of a group of business leaders. Each of the light industries the group toured has a difficult time finding employees who possess the necessary preparation and skills to meet the needs of their companies.

    Posted Aug 12, 2015, 11:51 AM by Gary Jones
  • 98-year-old Chalkboard Drawings Discovered in Oklahoma School

    Sometime in 1917, probably in November, Emerson High School in Oklahoma City got new chalkboards. Apparently they installed them right overtop the old chalkboards, which were only discovered this past week as chalkboards are now being replaced with whiteboards. <-- think about that...they are finally getting whiteboards in 2015!

    The short article is HERE.
    Posted Jun 11, 2015, 9:45 AM by Gary Jones
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