2022 SARCS FOR ALL SITES
Esparto High School English |Spanish
Esparto Middle School English |Spanish
Esparto Elementary School English |Spanish
Madison High School English |Spanish
EDUCATION SERVICES STAFF
Dr. Christina Goennier, Superintendent
Gricelda Rodriguez, Director of English Learner Programs
Javier Macias, Director of Instructional Support
Section 504 Handbook
EDUCATION SERVICES MISSION
Education Services seeks to establish an environment where teachers and principals are encouraged to be creative. The department oversees programs in grades TK-12 in offering diverse educational programs and services. Our approach to creating vibrant educational programs can be summed up as, "A creative spirit that enables inspired teaching, and dynamic leadership."
We seek to provide effective instruction to promote college and career readiness.
We seek to create support structures to ensure student success.
We seek to ensure that ALL schools are safe, welcoming, healthy and inclusive places for all students.
CTE DISTRICT-WIDE PLAN
COMMON CORE CURRICULUM
View the California Department of Education's Common Core State Standards:
English Language Arts & Literacy in History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical Subjects, adopted August 2010 and modified March 2013
Mathematics, adopted August 2010 and modified January 2013
View the California State Board of Education's Content Standards:
History-Social Science Content Standards for California Public Schools, adopted October 1998
Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) for California Public Schools, K-12, adopted September 2013
Physical Education Model Content Standards for California Public Schools, adopted January 2005
View the California Department of Education's All Curriculum Frameworks.
Draft 2014 Revision of the English Language Arts/English Language Development Framework, adopted July 2014
Reading/Language Arts Framework for California Public Schools, adopted April 2006 and updated 2007
2013 Revision of the Mathematics Framework, adopted November 2013
Physical Education Framework for California Public Schools, adopted September 2008 and edited May 2009
Science Framework for California Public Schools, adopted November 2016
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION & CURRICULUM
Early Literacy-Fountas & Pinnell Guided Reading
Math-Imagine Learning and Freckle Math
English/Language Arts-Reach for Reading
MIDDLE SCHOOL EDUCATION & CURRICULUM
Intro to Law
HIGH SCHOOL EDUCATION AND CURRICULUM
Advanced Placement (AP)- EHS offers eight Advanced Placement courses that allow students to take college level classes and earn college credit upon the passage of an exam. The courses are as follows; US History, Spanish Language, Calculus AB, Statistics, Human Geography, European History, English Language, and English Literature. Students and parents with questions should contact the school or visit the College Board AP website by clicking HERE.
Career and Technical Information (CTE) - CTE is a program of study that gives students technical knowledge and hands-on training and education in one of 15 different career pathways. Students who complete a CTE pathway are able to graduate high school with skills that make them ready to enter the workforce or begin post-secondary education. The CTE programs at EHS are Floral Design, Culinary, Agriscience, Digital Arts Media and Agricultural Mechanics. For more information on CTE visit the California Department of Education by clicking HERE.
English Language Development (ELD)- Students who have a first language other than English receive support services to develop their English skills in reading, writing, speaking and listening. EHS offers a period of English support for these students to help them reach proficiency in the English language. In all classes, teachers use instructional techniques that support students as they improve their English skills and learn the subject content. To view the California ELD Standards click HERE.
Dual Enrollment- EHS offers five courses that are dual enrolled with Woodland Community College and Los Rios Community College District. Students who complete the enrollment paperwork and complete the course receive credit on a college transcript. These courses can be used to satisfy General Education requirements at community colleges and universities. The courses that are dual enrolled are; Intro to Culinary, Advanced Culinary, Plant Science, Spartan Success and Digital Arts Media.