Educational Services

The Educational Services Department of Modoc County Office of Education supports the mission of enhancing the academic, social, and technical skills of all Modoc County students. The Educational Services Department provides services through curriculum support, our afterschool program (SEALS), Foster Youth Services (FYS), information technology, Primary Intervention Program (PIP) and alternative education. 

MCOE participates in the Curriculum and Instruction Steering Committee (CISC) at the state level and the North East Regional Curriculum Committee (NERCC) for Region 2. The Educational Services Department provides local school districts with curriculum support and guidance through regional collaboration to help districts understand and implement state and federal legislation.

The main focus of the SEALS Afterschool program is to provide a safe environment where the participants have fun and feel comfortable. We also want to provide an environment that enriches children by providing them with new experiences. The SEALS program is provided at three school sites across the county.

FYS provides educational support services to foster youth in Modoc County who suffer the traumatic effects of displacement from family and schools and multiple placements in foster care. These services are designed to improve the children's educational performance and personal achievement. Our Foster Family Agency provides State Certified Foster Care homes for children of all ages who are dependents or wards of the court.

The information technology office provides support for computer systems and software to the educational programs and administrative services for the Modoc County Office of Education and the school districts of the county.

The PIP program is provided at schools across Modoc County through several grants. It is designed to improve social and emotional development of students. The program helps students build successful social relationships between peers and adults.

Career and Technical Education is offered at the district level with support and guidance provided from MCOE. CTE courses have unique requirements and a different funding stream which is monitored through the education services department.

MCOE provides alternative education options to school districts through the Stronghold Court School. Alternative education is typically provided to students after all options at their district have not been successful.
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Lindsay Christensen,
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Gary Jones,
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Gary Jones,
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rhaselip@modoccoe.k12.ca.us,
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rhaselip@modoccoe.k12.ca.us,
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