November 2018 Fires

Schools and Education

Wildfire Recovery FAQs for School Districts and Superintendents

California Department of Education

With multiple fires burning throughout the state, assistance is available for schools impacted and forced to close due to wildfires in Butte, Ventura, and Los Angeles. The California Department of Education is working closely with school leaders and local educational agencies in the impacted areas to provide support. Read the press release here: State Schools Chief Tom Torlakson Announces Funding Relief for Schools Closed by Wildfires 

Butte County Office of Education

For information, updates and resources from the Butte County Office of Education, visit this website.

CSU Chico

www.csuchico.edu
www.csuchico.edu/campfire/index.shtml

Butte College  

http://www.butte.edu/

Pepperdine

https://www.pepperdine.edu/
http://emergency.pepperdine.edu/
https://community.pepperdine.edu/woolsey-fire/

California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office

The California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office is working closely with its local colleges affected by the Northern and Southern California wildfires to offer support. The Chancellor’s Office will also work the colleges forced to cancel classes to minimize any impacts on academic calendars. Read the latest press release addressing a wildfire relief fund established for affected community college students, faculty and staff.  

(include Butte College link here – it is already on the page)

Los Angeles Pierce College: http://www.piercecollege.edu/

Moorpark College: https://www.moorparkcollege.edu/

Oxnard Collegehttps://www.oxnardcollege.edu/

Ventura County Community College District: https://www.vcccd.edu/

Los Angeles Community College District: https://laccd.edu/Pages/default.aspx