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Principal's Message

Welcome Cranes!

Dear Families and Students,

Turlock Unified School District provides opportunities for students to continue their education outside the traditional educational model through program equity sites. Thus, eCademy Charter offers distinct program options for the K-12 grade level students to accommodate alternative educational needs. Our K-6 Home School program provides the T.U.S.D adopted curriculum to each student with the parent meeting with the teacher at least one day per week. Our grade 7-12 program offers online courses, in a traditional Independent Study (I.S.) setting, with the student meeting with the teacher at least one day per week, as well. We will continue to offer concurrent enrollment classes with the two comprehensive high school sites, as we connect with our students socially, emotionally, and most importantly, academically. 

Our campus provides a unique environment with a team of dedicated and caring staff where our students "Experience an Equitable Education" which all students deserve. We will prepare our students to return to his/her comprehensive school site in good status, if the student chooses to return, or we will educate them as long as they wish to stay on our campus. We offer Edgenuity courses (our on-line learning platform) as this option provides the A-G graduation requirements, effective teacher support and assistance, along with the opportunity for all students to receive tutoring in the S.P.A.C.E. (Student Performance and Academic Center at eCademy) to best support students in their quest for success. We will prepare students to be college and career ready.

The staff at eCademy are confident that every student can learn and be successful, and we look forward to the opportunity to work closely with you to help your student achieve his/her goals. It is important for students and parents to become familiar with the content in this student handbook and use it as a resource throughout the year to inform, guide, and most importantly, assist your student in becoming a successful learner and display strong character.

If there is anything we can do to assist you in providing the best service possible, feel free to contact our office at any time. I look forward to working with your son or daughter this school year. For further assistance, please visit our school website or call anytime at 209-669-3410.

Gabe Ontiveros