County Collaborative Charter School offers both Middle School and High School options for all students, and is served by the County Collaborative Governing Board. We are proud of the esteemed and accomplished board members that make decisions in the best interest of our students and our community. Use the resources below to explore more about our Governing Board, upcoming and past meeting dates, agendas, accountability plans, and more.




Title IX

Student Learning Outcomes (SLOS)

School Accountability Report Card (SARC)

Education Protection Account (EPA)


*Notice of Public Hearings:

County Collaborative Budget

County Collaborative LCAP

Sonoma County Charter SELPA 2019-2020 Annual Budget and Service Plan

2019-20 Sonoma County Charter Special Education Local Plan Area (SELPA)

2019-20 Sonoma County Charter Special Education Local Plan Area (SELPA) *en Espanol

Our Board Members

William Hall, President

I have worked in education for the past 46 years as teacher, counselor, principal and consultant. I am also a certified core adjunct faculty member at National University, working with aspiring teachers, administrators and counselors. I enjoy serving as a board member of Couunty Collaborative Charter School. Doing so affords me, as well as all board members, an opportunity to affect policies, procedures, and programs that have a direct, positive impact upon students.


Steve Fraire, Clerk

I have been a career educator for over 38 years beginning in the bay area as a Principal, Assistant Principal, Director of Student Activities, SARB/Truancy Intervention Coordinator, Special Education and Juvenile Court School teacher and then with the San Diego County Office of Education as Coordinator of Child Welfare, Attendance, and School Safety. I currently serve on the California Department of Education School Attendance Review Board and Southern California Charter School Boards. I have been Past President of the Southern Section California Association Coordinators of Child Welfare and Attendance and the Marin County Juvenile Justice Commission. I have been awarded Marin County Educator of the Year and have received a State Assembly Resolution for Dedication to Education and Marin County Board of Supervisors Resolution of Commendation for Service to the Educational Community.


Joey Estrada, Board Member

Joey Nuñez Estrada Jr., Ph.D. (USC 2011; CSUN 2006; UCLA 2001; UCSB 1999), is an Assistant Professor and Co-Director of the School Counseling Program for the Department of Counseling and School Psychology at San Diego State University. His research interests include street gang culture, school violence, school-based intervention, resiliency, and youth empowerment.

His professional experience involves working with vulnerable youth susceptible to gang-involvement, formerly incarcerated individuals and families, and military-connected students in the Los Angeles, Orange, and San Diego Counties. He specializes in data driven school-based models to reduce gang activity and school violence. His work has been published in major academic journals, and he has presented his research at various national and international research conferences.

Joey received the American Educational Research Association (AERA) Division E Counseling and Human Development Outstanding Research in Counseling Award and the Society for Social Work Research (SSWR) Excellence in Research Award in 2010-2011.


Michael Humphrey, Vice President

My career started in education as a result of a startling realization, while working in juvenile probation, that there must be a way to have a positive impact on children so they might avoid the pitfalls of what I saw them experiencing in this early career work. I developed a vision and a dream that things could be better. Elementary education was a bright path to that end. 45 years later after having been an elementary school teacher, a special educator, a public elementary and private junior high principal, a college professor in my field of psychology and now an active board member on the County Collaborative Charter School has given me a rare opportunity to see that dream realized. County Collaborative Charter School board membership is an extension of that dream and I am so grateful that it continues to this day and hopefully will as long as I am able to help. I am convinced that we do noble work together.


Peter Matz, Board Member

I have been in education for over 35 years working as a Supervising Head Teacher, a Resource Specialist, Assistant Principal and as an elementary school Principal, retiring in 2010. I attended Western Michigan University where I earned a B.A. in Education as well as a Masters in School Psychology.