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Palermo Community Day Schools

The Palermo Community Day Schools (PCDS) are composed of two CDS programs: one for grades K-7 and one for grades 5-8. Each school has one teacher, one instructional aide, and an enrollment of up to 12 students. The PCDS program is funded through the Necessary Small School Funding program for “at risk” students.
 
Mission Statement

The Palermo Community Day Schools are designed to meet the needs of students who are exhibiting behavioral, academic, and/or attendance problems. The intent of the program is to help students develop problem-solving skills and more effective coping strategies that will result in a greater chance of success when they return to the regular school setting. PCDS staffs maintain high expectations across the academic, social, and emotional domains, and remain committed to developing increased resiliency within students.
 

Types of Students

There are three types of students referred to a CDS program:

  • Students expelled from a district
  • Students referred from a district School Attendance and Review Board
  • Students referred by the Butte County Probation Department
Each student has an individualized Rehabilitation Plan, with required weekly counseling and a community service component. Typically a student will be enrolled in the program for one or two semesters. If a student does not satisfactorily complete his/her Rehabilitation Plan, then he/she may stay longer in the program. After the expelled time is up, the student may re-apply back to the school district for readmittance into the regular school setting. The district may or may not accept the student, depending on the Rehabilitation Plan success or failure.
















Program Componets

The CDS program components include:

  • School district cooperation with the County Office of Education, law enforcement, Probation Department, and human service agency personnel who work with at-risk youth
  • Low teacher-pupil ratio
  • Individualized assessment and instruction
  • Maximum collaboration with school district support service resources, including, but not limited to a school counselor and a psychologist.
It is the goal of the program to keep students in school working to successfully complete their Rehabilitation Plans and be re-admitted back into the regular school setting.


















Location

The Palermo Community Day Schools are located at the Palermo School site.
7350 Bulldog Way
Palermo, CA 95968














Student Behavior Contract

Click here to view a typical "contract" or behavior plan for a CDS student






Staff
Kathleen Andoe Principal
Brian Doran Teacher Grades K-7
Frank Maturino Teacher Grades 5-8

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