Picture of judicial declaration for Butte County
Picture of the students in the courtroom with the judge

Participants

The California Civic Learning Partnership (CCLP) of Butte County is a nonpartisan committee consisting of approximately sixty well-respected leaders in Butte County.

The committee is led by Judge Kristen A. Lucena of the Butte County Superior Court, Tim Taylor, Butte County Superintendent of Schools and Greg Martin, President of Ray Morgan Company.

Together, they assembled a dynamic cross section of community members including fellow judges, the District Attorney, the County Clerk, a County Supervisor, a City Council person, Representatives from Senator’s, Assemblyman’s, and Congressman’s offices, lawyers, business owners, former and current high school principals, members of the League of Women Voters, teach-ers and high school students.

The CCLP of Butte County announced that all fourteen of the county’s fourteen school districts and the Butte County Office of Education adopted civic learning resolutions aimed at supporting a comprehensive civic learning curriculum and programs in all K-12 schools in Butte County, and was the first County in the state in which all school districts have adopted civic learning resolutions. The passage of these fifteen resolutions directly impacts over 31,000 K-12 students countywide.

Greg Martin, Judge Lucena and Tim Taylor
From left: Greg Martin, President of Ray Morgan Company; Judge Kristen A. Lucena of the Butte County Superior Court; Tim Taylor, Butte County Superintendent of Schools