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Department of Education
Orange County Department of Education provides schooling for incarcerated youth in the custody of Orange County Juvenile Hall.
Students enrolled in the Otto A. Fischer school program are taught on a school campus under the supervision of Orange County Department of Education ACCESS teachers, with the support of Orange County Probation staff. The school day has a minimum of 240 minutes of class time. Under probation guidance and supervision, Fischer students rotate classes to meet with multiple teachers and classmates throughout the day. Class size is small and separated based on student gender. Students have supervised access to a school library or library cart, outside physical education class, one-on-one academic support from Paraeducators or tutors and mental health services.
331 City Drive SouthOrange, CA 92868Phone (714) 935-7651 Fax (714) 935-6339
Sherine Solano, Title I Senior Transition SpecialistOtto A. Fischer school program, Student Last Names A-L (714) 935-7353Janis Servin, Title I Senior Transition SpecialistOtto A. Fischer school program, Student Last Names M-Z (714) 935-7350
Adriana Schisler, Title I Family Community Liaison Otto A. Fischer school program(714) 935-7352
Patricia TejedaOtto A. Fischer school program(714) 935-7652
Student Transition for Education and Parent ParticpationOtto A. Fischer's Award Winning LibrarianOperation Study Hall Orange County Probation Information for Juvenile HallPath to Graduation: A Student's Story