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About our School: C.O.R.E. Charter School

Our Motto: Personalizing Education for Student Success

  • CORE is a public Personalized Learning charter school, supporting families who home-school their children. A personalized educational program is designed for each student. There is no cost to attend our school.
  • CORETCA Student Support
  • Families are assigned to a credentialed teacher who provides constant direction for the parent/student/teacher team. This credentialed teacher assists the parent in the selection of curriculum from a vast array of state standards aligned texts, appropriate for each child's level in each subject area. The teacher then guides the parent throughout the year. Parents take the role of the primary educator of their own child. It is a challenging, exciting, rewarding task.

Personalizing Education for Student Success in the 21st Century

  • The school also provides enrichment classes at our school. Elementary students may choose classes ranging from academic to enrichment. Some classes encourage advanced students to explore ideas and events beyond the regular curriculum.
  • High school students are offered a number of academic support and enrichment classes. ROP, junior college concurrent enrollment, and community instruction are all attractive components of our high school program.
  • All students are given opportunities to extend learning through parents' own creativity and exploration. The program affords an enormous amount of freedom to attend places and events interesting and valuable to the student, including field trips, assemblies, and school fairs.
  • In addition, CORE works with parents to receive instruction from approved vendors in the community. Examples may include karate lessons, ceramics, and tutoring in specific subjects, etc. A portion of a budget is reserved for both enrichment and academic tutoring.
  • For more information, view our School Accountability Report Card (SARC).
  • Our Single Plan for Student Achievement
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MATHEMATICS PLACEMENT POLICY FOR ENTERING 9TH GRADE STUDENTS

  • A. The Board desires to provide students with a fair, objective, and transparent mathematics placement process for pupils transitioning from elementary to junior high and for pupils transitioning from junior high to high school.
  • B. The school shall systematically take multiple objective academic measures of pupil performance into consideration. For purposes of this paragraph, “objective academic measures” includes such gauges as California State mathematics assessments, placement tests aligned to state-adopted content standards in mathematics, classroom assignments, tests and grades, teacher anecdotal records and observations and report cards.
  • C. The school shall include at least one placement checkpoint within the first month of the school year to ensure accurate placement and permit reevaluation of individual pupil progress.
  • D. Pupil and/or parents/guardians may request math placement reevaluation by notifying the student’s Personalized Learning Teacher in writing within the first fifteen (15) days of placement.
  • E. Aggregate pupil placement data shall be presented to the Board annually to ensure that pupils who are qualified to progress in mathematics courses based on their performance, pursuant to paragraph B, are not held back in a disproportionate manner on the basis of their race, ethnicity, gender, or socioeconomic background.
  • F. This Mathematics Placement Policy shall be posted on C.O.R.E. Charter School's Internet website.

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