Sonoma County Office of Education

Recognizing that the best venue for support may be a school or district site, Instructional Division staff are available to provide customized site-based services.

SCOE provides support to foster youth and assists districts in meeting the needs of students in the foster care system.

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All students have the right to enroll in and attend school, even when housing becomes uncertain. SCOE works with districts to ensure that homeless students attend and fully participate in school.

SCOE offers administrator training, hosts the Leadership Network, provides coaching for principals, and sponsors professional development for aspiring administrators.

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The SCOE Library Media Center provides instructional resources for classroom use and services to support school libraries.

SCOE works with schools and communities to ensure that all students attend school regularly, that systems of support are in place should a school crisis occur, and that programs are supported to engage students in positive growth and development.

Four students work with science tools outside.