Tim Taylor - Superintendent
1859 Bird Street
Oroville CA 95965
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About Butte County Office of EducationThe Butte County Superintendent of Schools serves as an intermediary between the state and local school districts within each county. Under the direction of the superintendent, the Butte County Office of Education helps with implementation of programs, provides fiscal oversight, monitors teacher credentialing, supplies curriculum support and training and helps in other areas of interest to school districts. The major role for the Butte County Office of Education is to provide quality educational programs for all students in Butte County and be responsive to the needs for efficient and cost effective assistance and support to the school district's educational operations.
The Butte County Office of Education meets the required specialized needs of students through such programs as Special Education, Learning Community Charter Schools, Juvenile Court School, Regional Occupational Programs (ROP), and administers a grand variety of state and federally funded grant programs and services designed to enhance student performance throughout the county.
Migrant Education and California Mini-Corps programs are also provided through the Butte County Office of Education, with several sites all providing teaching assistance to migrant students throughout the state of California.
The goal of the Butte County Office of Education is to serve all students, in Butte County and throughout the state.
Butte County Office of Education: "Where children come first."
Butte County Office of Education is committed to the success of every student and the excellence of every educator.
Butte County Office of Education will:
1. Provide opportunities for students to develop the academic competencies and necessary skills to succeed;
2. Collaborate with partners to support all students, educators, and learning communities;
3. Employ and retain exemplary staff and support professional development for all employees; and
4. Provide quality educational, administrative, and comprehensive support services.
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