Full Service Solutions
Total School Solutions is a full-service firm serving the interests of school districts and students. We offer comprehensive services in the following areas:
Our approach values both immediate solutions and the development of programs for long-term success of the district and students.
LCFF Support (LI, ELL, FY)
LCFF is designed to allow each district to address academic needs of subgroups (LI, ELL, FY) that need additional financial resources to support their education. It establishes an accountability structure within the LCAP through steps identified for increased funding. The top Priority of the LCAP is to design programs and supports for “Improved and Increased” academic success of all students.
TSS and its team of EL experts are ready to assist you with these steps to establish site and district level accountability within the LCAP for EL students across preK-12.
Please contact us for more information or to sign up.
Principal and Administrative Coaching
Hiring and retaining successful principals and other administrators and ensuring their success can be a challenge sometimes. While mostly the educators hired in these positions are appropriately qualified, the leadership effectiveness of these individuals is often not proven until after they assume their positions.
TSS’s principal and administrator coaching is an excellent way to provide on-the-job practical support and leadership training for new site and district leaders. The coaches at TSS are not only qualified, but committed to helping school leaders succeed. Our professionals have enjoyed great success in providing valuable support and coaching to principals and other administrators at all levels in our client districts.
To request more information on these coaching opportunities, please click here.
Chief Business Official Academy
Intended Audience: CBO’s and CBO candidates.
This state-approved, intensive CBO training program provides one year (10 2-day sessions) of integrated, hands-on, interactive instruction that
ACSA/TSS Training Programs for Classified Leaders
ACSA and TSS are offering comprehensive training programs for leaders in certain critical classified management positions. These excellent training programs will minimize future hiring risks by preparing a pool of properly trained candidates for these positions. These in-depth and focused programs will also provide opportunities to build local capacity by having incumbents and other existing employees with promise and potential properly trained.
(Click on your area of interest to access course outline and registration information.)
Engage, Access, and Act:
Universal Design for Learning (UDL) Principles in the Elementary Classroom
This session will focus on implementing Universal Design for Learning (UDL) principles in education settings to meet the needs of all students, including students with learning differences. Participants will analyze how to use UDL principles to provide equity in the achievement outcomes for all learners.
Countdown to Curricular Change:
Building Curriculum and Assessment Programs for Systemic Improvement
With the implementation of any new curricula, it is vital that school districts have effective systems in place to deliver common curricula and assessments equally to all school populations. This presentation will guide you through an in-depth look at how to implement key systems/structures at the district and site level that will ensure an increase in student achievement as new standards are implemented.
General and Special Educators Working Together
Bridging the gap between special and general education has emerged as an important philosophical and service delivery focus area for school districts in California. Response to Instruction and Intervention (RTI2) and inclusionary practice continue to animate discussion, and practical implementation strategies continue to be of paramount interest for both general and special educators. This workshop is geared for educators to learn how to close the implementation gap between general and special educators.
A key goal of the workshop is to promote co-teaching as a means to serve students with mild to moderate disabilities and students with emotional challenges in general education classrooms