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Sarah Yerman - Area Director, Oroville
1870 Bird Street, Oroville, CA 95965
Phone: (530) 532-5739
Fax: (530) 532-3096
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Mariela Arambula - Senior Administrative Assistant
Phone: (530) 532-5855
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Oroville Summer Services

ADELANTE PROGRAM (WOODLAND COMMUNITY COLLEGE) (WOODLAND AND OROVILLE)

ADELANTE PROGRAM (WOODLAND COMMUNITY COLLEGE) (WOODLAND AND OROVILLE)

During the Adelante Program, students from Yolo, Solano, and Colusa counties, River Delta USD, and Pierce JUSD who are entering 9th - 11th grade will spend six weeks, Monday through Thursday, at Woodland Community College (WCC).  Students will be enrolled in Woodland Community College courses for two hours per day. Students who pass their class will receive three units of college credit and earn 10 elective credits, which will be added to their official transcripts at the high school they attend. Immediately following the WCC two-hour course, students will receive one hour of targeted instruction in English Language Arts. A fourth hour of study will include STEM activities. A Binational Teacher will deliver a fifth hour of instruction, designed to increase students’ confidence and self-pride. Students will complete homework assignments and participate in supplemental reading and writing instruction, read expository texts, and write different genres. 
SUMMER ACADEMIES STEM (Oroville and santa rosa)

SUMMER ACADEMIES STEM (Oroville and santa rosa)

This academy provides a space for children to explore STEM related concepts and develop a passion to pursue a career in STEM field. Students will participate in hands-on-activities. To familiarize themselves with the concept and vocabulary, student will tinker using batteries, bulbs, buzzers, switches, and other electrical components. By applying the scientific method to their exploration, students will reflect on their learning process. They will apply their knowledge of circuitry by designing and creating a paper circuit and a scribble bot. 
YUBA CITY MIGRANT SUMMER ACADEMY 

YUBA CITY MIGRANT SUMMER ACADEMY 

The Migrant Summer Academy provides supplemental instruction in ELA and Math during a four-week enriching summer program for students in grades K-8. Students will read a variety of expository texts and literature. Depending on the grade level, students will have the opportunity to write at least two of the following genres: narratives, opinions, descriptive, persuasive or informative/explanatory pieces. Students will work individually, in partners, small groups and whole class with the hands-on program and individually with math. The Yuba City Migrant population consists of two major cultures - Punjabi and Hispanic. A binational teacher from Mexico and a locally hired Punjabi teacher will provide students with a daily class focused on their cultures. Students will learn about the music, history, art, and values of the two cultures through a study of holidays and celebrations of Mexico and India/Pakistan. At the end of each 2-week culture session, students will compare and contrast the two cultures and share what they learned. Students will attend classes in one of the cultures for two weeks and then the other culture for the other two week.
YUBA CITY HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION AND ELD

YUBA CITY HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION AND ELD

The High School Graduation and ELD summer program provides an opportunity for Migrant English Learners to receive ELD instruction and to enroll in an additional core class for credit accrual or recovery.  Throughout the program, Migrant English Learners will learn/receive:
 
  • Rich, engaging expository text
  • Academic vocabulary explicit instruction
  • Multiple opportunities for active participation and oral language
  • Writing support and instruction for developing quality writing
  • Evaluating and analyzing content of text
  • Text structure, cohesion, connecting and condensing ideas, and grammar instruction
 
Due to COVID-19, the July 2020 program has been cancelled. The Region is planning to resume this service July 2021.
MI ESCUELITA MAYA

MI ESCUELITA MAYA

Mi Escuelita Maya is a culturally based school. Students' daily work, play, and the music and dance they learn is all culturally based. The center prides itself for its dynamic atmosphere where students are actively engaged in their own learning as they collaborate with others as they practice vocabulary, write, or practice and present their plays.  The center counts with a full staff supported by local groups including students from Upward Bound and Latinas in Action. Students listen daily to one or more age-appropriate books or color songbooks. Teachers introduce concepts of print at the appropriate moment during reading/singing, take care to make the information accessible and, as familiarity grows, challenge students to demonstrate understanding by responding correctly to leading questions. Due to COVID-19, the July 2020 program has been cancelled. The Region is planning to resume this service July 2021.