Principal for Prospect Continuation School and Oroville Union High School District Community Day School
Prospect Alternative Center for Education (PACE)
PACE consists of Prospect High School, the district’s continuation school, a Community Day School and the district’s In-School Suspension program, all of which are supervised by a Continuation School Principal. Prospect High School was founded in 1969. The school serves approximately 120 students who are credit deficient or in need of a smaller school environment. The school is WASC accredited and was chosen by the State of California as a Model School in 1994 and in 2000. Prospect High School employs 14 staff members. An Early Head Start Center for teen parents is also located on the Prospect High School campus.
Community Day School
The OUHSD Community Day School was founded in 1999. The school serves approximately 30 students who have been referred there by expulsion, probation placement or truancy referral. The restrictive environment offers an educational option for students with high expectations, whether the student is performing at or above grade level, or in need or remediation in one or more academic areas. Community Day School employees 4 staff members and a contracted Behavioral Specialist.
Administrative credential with California authorization or ability to qualify for a California Administrative credential prior to July 1, 2019.
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Additional Salary Information: Attractive health and welfare benefit package for employee and dependents.
About Oroville Union High School District
The Oroville Union High School District is located in the rural north valley at the base of the Sierra Nevada foothills, about seventy miles north of Sacramento. The district encompasses 723 miles of eastern Butte County. The district has two comprehensive high schools, one continuation school, one community day school and one adult education school. The Butte-Glenn Community College and California State University, Chico are located approximately 25 miles from Oroville.
Oroville is the Butte County seat and the primary source of income for the city's population of 19,895 residents (55,000 in the greater Oroville area). Other significant sources of income are agriculture, light manufacturing, tourism, retail trade services, transportation, public utilities, construction, finance, government and public administration. The 2015 median household income in the city was $38,308.