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Wednesday, May 11
 

1:30pm

CARE Diversion Program: Community Action for Responsive Education (Session I)
The CARE Diversion Program provides a positive alternative educational program for students, families and schools in Sacramento County.  The CARE program is an intervention program capable of supporting the needs of at-risk students in a community school setting on the student’s existing middle or high school campus.  CARE provides a “school within a school” model for students whose behavior, attendance, and/or academic performance is not conducive to current or future success.    We believe that when the appropriate interventions and environments are created, students will succeed, be given the flexibility for emotional growth and have positive outcomes for the future.

Speakers
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Chris Aland

Director - Court and Community Schools & CARE, Sacramento County Office of Education
Chris Aland is the Director of Court, Community Schools and the CARE programs at the Sacramento County Office of Education.  Chris has worked as a teacher, high school guidance counselor, Vice Principal and Principal for over 20 years.  His passion is to work with at-risk youth... Read More →
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Frank Cropper

Teacher, Sacramento County Office of Education
Frank Cropper is the CARE teacher at Wilson C. Riles Middle School in Roseville, California. He has experience as both a middle school administrator, teacher and has extensive experience with Friday Night Live.
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Emily Derrick

Teacher, Sacramento County Office of Education
Emily Derrick is the CARE teacher at Sutter Middle School in Folsom California. As a second yearteacher, Emily brings the passion of serving at risk youth, and involving herself as an after school tutor to serve students from the entire population of students.


CARE MOU docx

Wednesday May 11, 2016 1:30pm - 2:45pm
Clipper

3:00pm

Serving Our Students Through Innovation: Using the LACOE Educational Passport System (Session II)
The Educational Passport System (EPS) is the innovative Los Angeles County Foster Youth Information System. Developed with foster youth professionals, EPS saves time by bringing student’s current demographic data, academic data, documents provided by school districts and from the Department of Children and Family Services, into one place. EPS allows you to identify students, exchange pertinent information for enrollment and placement with districts and child welfare.

Speakers
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Khai Nguyen

Senior Manager, Application Development & Support, Los Angeles County Office of Education
Khai Nguyen serve in the capacity of Senior Manager in the Applications Development and Support unit of the Technology Services Division at the Los Angeles County Office of Education (LACOE). Lead the Web Application unit to utilizes leading-edge web development technology with industry-standard... Read More →
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Michael Washington

Application Architect, Los Angeles County Office of Education
Michael Washington is an Application Architect for the Los Angeles County Office of Education, specializing in web applications using ASP.NET and C#. He has extensive knowledge in process improvement, and student information systems. He is a Microsoft MVP and is the author of several... Read More →


Wednesday May 11, 2016 3:00pm - 4:15pm
Clipper