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Midtown Community School

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School Office

255 W. Beamer Street

Woodland, CA  95695

(530) 668-3090

Fax: (530) 662-6873

 

Program Principal:                                  Debra Wellbrock     (530) 668-3090

Dean of Students Support:                    TBD                      (530) 668-3892

Secretary:                                              Iris Ramirez           (530) 668-3090

Administrative Secretary:                           Leslie Valentine      (530) 668-3755

 

School districts in Yolo County may recommend students who have been expelled, truant, or have frequent behavior problems to our Midtown Community School.

There are typically 23 students enrolled per class in grades 7-12 with a teacher and a paraeducator in each classroom. Students are in class for a total of 4.5 hours and receive instruction in Math, English, Earth Science or World History and Health/Transition Skills and other subjects as needed.

Students typically stay one semester, although there is a possibility of renewing for another semester or two when appropriate. A counselor and a probation officer, funded by various grants, are on staff through a partnership with county agencies and community based organizations.

 

 Mission Statement:

Our students will experience a learning environment designed to develop strong positive relationships between students and staff, to provide a safe and engaging learning environment, and to develop their talents.

In addition, our students are prepared for transition to their next phase of learning, either through return to their home school, advancement to the Einstein Education Center, entrance to college-level training, or entry to the workforce.

 

Midtown Brochure-pdf.

Midtown Calendar: 2014-2015 (English.pdf)    (Spanish.pdf)  

School accountability report card