Alpine County Office of Education
Alpine County Unified School District


“Alpine County is a combined Office of Education and Unified School District. We currently have three schools allowing specialized programming for students. We encourage family and community involvement in our schools and are proud of many collaborative and outreach projects.

Our largest school, Diamond Valley Elementary School,
has received recognition as a California Distinguished
School three times in a row.

Our Secondary Community Day School
and Opportunity School offer educational options for
students needing more individualized support.

Our Bear Valley Elementary School will remain closed for the 2017-18 school year.

Alpine County is a wonderful place to live,
learn, and play. Contact any of us for more
information on our educational programs.”

Patrick Traynor, Ph.D.
Superintendent


Staff

Patrick Traynor, Ph,D.
Superintendent
Jenny Goldstein
Human Resources & Administrative Services Coordinator
Klaus Leitenbauer
Business Manager
Klaus Leitenbauer
Fiscal Analyst
Matt O’Grady
Technology Coordinator
Katie Johnston
Business Services Technician II

 


Complaint Procedure

If you wish to file a complaint concerning a District employee, please see the following policy and regulation for the proper procedure.  You may also contact the District office directly at (530) 694-2230.

Complaints Concerning District Employees

If you wish to file a complaint concerning deficiencies related to instructional materials, conditions of facilities that are not maintained in a clean or safe manner or in good repair, and teacher vacancy or misassignments, select the following link for information on submission procedures.

2017-2018 Williams Complaint Notice and Form

Community Resources

Committees

Facilities Advisory Committee

    Board Representatives: Clint Celio, Geoff Ellis

School Safety Committee

    Board Representatives: Geoff Ellis, Tony Holdridge

 

State Required Postings

Alpine County Unified School District Integrated Pest Management Plan

Economic Impact Aid Funding Document 2015-2016 Pursuant to Senate Bill 754 (Chapter 573, Statutes of 2012) this is the web posting required for Economic Impact Aid Funding.
With the passage of California Proposition 30, this required the State to create a State Education Protection Account (EPA). The link below shows our expenditures of EPA funds received through June 30, 2014.
2016-2017 Education Protection Account – District
2016-2017 Education Protection Account – County
2017 Consumer Confidence Report

Contact Information

Alpine County Office of Education
Alpine Unified School District
43 Hawkside Drive
Markleeville, CA 96120Phone: (530) 694-2230
Fax: (530) 694-2379
Email: jgoldstein@alpinecoe.k12.ca.us