Welcome to Forest Charter School
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(Local Control Accountability Plan)
For more information regarding our affiliations with the above organizations, please visit our Affiliations page.Forest Charter School is a public charter school that accepts and serves all students, including students who are English learners and whose parents/guardians are not proficient in English. Further, FCS will use information families provide about their English proficiency only to identify services for the student and it will not affect enrollment eligibility. FCS welcomes non-U.S. citizens, students with disabilities, low-income students, and students who are struggling academically or require additional academic supports. FCS uses a public random drawing “lottery” for enrolling students and only turns away students when there are no seats available.
For concerns regarding our school’s Title IX compliance, contact Meshawn Simmons or call 530-265-4823
Dear Forest Charter Family,
As COVID-19 continues to challenge our school families and community, we find inspiration and encouragement in the way our families and supervising teachers are working together to support our students.
The Forest Charter School Education Foundation continues to support the school by helping offset the costs of student technology and instructional supplies, along with safety requirements to meet the needs of these challenging times. While there is still uncertainty, we know that we need to respond quickly to our changing reality. Now, more than ever, our school community needs us. And we need you.
Thanks to your past support, we have been able to enhance the Forest Charter student experience by buying art and science supplies, updating our K-12 curriculum, restocking our school library with new books, and growing our Forest Charter School Foundation Scholarship, which we awarded for the first time in June 2020!
This year our goal is to raise $25,000, which will go a long way in strengthening our existing and yet-to-be-dreamed-up programs.
While acknowledging these challenging times, we would like to inspire everyone to give as generously as they can. If you are able, we suggest an annual contribution of $250 per student to help us meet our goal.
On behalf of the Forest Charter School Education Foundation Board, thank you for being a part of our community and thank you for your continued support of our students.
Stay safe and well.
FCSEF Board Chair