Court and Community Schools
Koinonia Community School
Placer County Office of Education Mission Statement
The Placer County Office of Education provides successful educational programs designed to educate a wide variety of students with diverse needs, birth through adult.
|To increase student achievement through rigorous and meaningful instruction to all students. Student Services Mission Statement|
Program OverviewKoinonia Community School serves students who currently live in Koinonia Group Homes. Through collaborative efforts with the Placer Children's System of Care (CSOC), including County Mental Health, the Probation Department, Youth and Family Services, Foster Youth Services, and local volunteer organizations, Koinonia Group Home offers Koinonia Community School students wraparound services on and off site. Koinonia Community School provides Common Core State Standards based curriculum and instruction to students grades 7-12. Whole group instruction, as well as individualized interventions, are provided to increase academic achievement. Career Technical Education is currently provided in the areas of Robotics and Programming through a grant funded program provided by the Yolo County Office of Education and UC Davis. Academic and Career Counseling is provided and a broad course of study is available using a blended model of in-class instruction and on-line coursework.