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  • 2020 Spelling Bee 4-6 grade
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  • 2020 Spelling Bee 7-9 grade
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  • 2020 Spelling Bee 4-6 1st-3rd
  • 2019 Young Artist Showcase student near art
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Trinity County Office of Education is located in Weaverville, California. Weaverville is the county seat of Trinity County in Northern California on State Highway 299, one hour west of Redding and two hours east of Arcata. The county is a rural mountainous community covering nearly 3,200 square miles with a population of approximately 13,000 people. Our county includes nine school districts serving 1600 students from preschool to 12th grade. We are proud to have a Shasta Community College Satellite campus to serve our community.

There are many small communities throughout the county with schools districts in Burnt Ranch, Coffee Creek, Douglas City, Lewiston, Hayfork, Junction City,  Mad River,  Trinity Center, and Zenia. We have a rich art community; many well-maintained trails for hiking and biking; lakes, rivers, wildlife, and abundant beauty in all four seasons.

What Does the Trinity County Office of Education do? 

Our Vision Statement
By providing effective leadership, in collaboration with parents, school staff and the community, our vision is that all students will be encouraged to be life-long learners and have the access and support necessary to be college and career-ready.
Our Mission Statement
It is our mission to provide meaningful services and leadership to assist school districts in meeting the current and future needs of all Trinity County students.

We acknowledge and are mindful that Trinity County encompasses lands that are occupied by the first people of this area,
the Chimariko, Nor Rel Muk Wintu, Tsnungwe, and Wailaki, and we recognize their distinctive spiritual relationship with this land.

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