Paradise Charter Schools Thank Governor Brown for Signing Executive Order Helping Fire-Impacted Schools
November 30, 2018
Friday, November 30, 2018
Caity Heim, California Charter Schools Association
SACRAMENTO, CA - Today, the Paradise charter school community thanked Governor Jerry Brown for signing an executive order that will help the area's public schools as they rebuild and restructure. Signed earlier this week, the executive order eases restrictions and rules on schools impacted by the fires statewide.
"We thank Governor Brown for signing this critical executive order that gives the Paradise public school community the needed flexibility to start school and restore a sense of normalcy for our students," said California Charter Schools Association Board President Margaret Fortune. "As we navigate this school year and meet the challenge of rebuilding efforts, we are grateful that fewer roadblocks will exist. The road to rebuilding is long but our charter leaders and students are resilient."
On Monday, December 3, six Paradise charter schools will resume operations after being displaced by the deadly Camp Fire earlier this month. Because their facilities were destroyed or severely damaged, the schools will be located in temporary facilities in Chico while they look for more permanent sites.
In a collective effort to start the rebuilding process as quickly as possible, the Paradise charter school community holds regular meetings with the Butte County Office of Education, Paradise and Chico Unified School Districts, third party vendors, and charter school champions from across the state to identify new locations for their schools.
For a full list of Camp Fire supports, visit the Butte County Office of Education: https://www.bcoe.org/
To join relief efforts and help Paradise charter schools rebuild, visit: https://info.ccsa.org/paradise-butte
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