Director of Student Success
TOSA- Special Education
We are a group of caring people who strive daily to bring out the best in people, while uncovering strengths and skills, in order to build effective teams, cultivate compassion, and build emotionally resilient educators with a student-centered focus in order to transform students and teachers’ teaching and learning experiences. Our team has provided some quick-reference guides, which you may access by clicking on the links below. Additionally, we welcome questions and feedback. Please feel free to reach out to us so we can support you.
For enrollment information visit the Enrollment page.
The Educational Services department covers a broad area of responsibilities. We have prepared the attached list of responsibilities below for each person assisting the department. Please refer to this when reaching out with specific questions, knowing that any of us will be happy to assist you with whatever needs you may have.
District English Learner Advisory Committee (DELAC)
Amador Parent Advisory Committee (APAC)
Instructional Materials Pilots – Posted 2/28/2022
Amador County history, social studies, and science teachers are in the process of piloting new instructional materials in order to select the text from the state-approved list that is most appropriate for our students. The materials being piloted are on public display for viewing in person at the Amador County Public Schools’ District Office, 217 Rex Avenue in Jackson outside of Room 9. Please stop by between the hours of 8:00 and 5:00 if you would like to preview the materials in person. If you would prefer to preview the materials online, please use this link to access the various options being considered, and provide feedback using the Parent and Community Feedback Google Form.
CTE Pathways and Graduation Requirements
Amador CTE Pathways 2020
Argonaut CTE Pathways 2020
Board Approved Graduation Requirements
Board Approved Graduation Requirements Old vs New
Graduation Requirement Comparison Chart for ACUSD and UC/CSU Systems
ESSER III Expenditure Plan
School districts, county offices of education, or charter schools, collectively known as LEAs, that receive Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) funds under the American Rescue Plan Act, referred to as ESSER III funds are required to develop a plan for how they will use their ESSER III funds. In the plan, an LEA must explain how it intends to use its ESSER III funds to address students’ academic, social, emotional, and mental health needs, as well as any opportunity gaps that existed before, and were worsened by, the COVID-19 pandemic. An LEA may also use its ESSER III funds in other ways, as detailed in the Fiscal Requirements section of the Instructions. In developing the plan, the LEA has the flexibility to include community input and/or actions included in other planning documents, such as the Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP), provided that the input and actions are relevant to the LEA’s Plan to support students.