Building Rigor, Relevance and Relationships in Alternative Education Classrooms
The Sonoma County Office of Education (SCOE) operates alternative schools for Sonoma County students who are seriously at risk of school and/or societal failure. These schools provide small school settings for referred students who are experiencing difficulties in traditional schools, offer home and independent study alternatives, and deliver daily instruction for incarcerated youth and juvenile wards of the court. In operating these programs, SCOE strives to offer education alternatives that connect students to positive opportunities for learning.
Class of 2018 Graduates
At a May 31 graduation ceremony, SCOE recognized 24 students who earned high school diplomas. Congratulations to these Class of 2017 graduates.
Carlos Thomas Amandoli
Eloiza Z. Barrera
Alejandra S. Bohorquez-Ramirez
Joshua Dayton Carroll
Teofilo Lavare Coker Jr.
Miguel Angel Esparza
Alexander Jedidiah Ferrell
Salvador Flores Jr.
Victor Alfonzo Roman Garcia
Enrico Candiladio Gonsalves
Benjamin G. Lopez
Thomas Alejandro Martinez
Gregorio M. Lopez Razo
Christian Daniel Skiles
Nikolai David Sonderman
Monica Jazmin Calvillo Zamora
SCOE's Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) is reviewed and approved each June. Refer to the LCAP documents tab on the left-hand side of the page to access current SCOE LCAP. To see a prior year LCAP, please contact Alternative Education Director Georgia Ioakimedes at email@example.com or 707-524-2884 and provide the year of the LCAP you would like to access.
Programs & Services
The purpose of Community School is to retain students in the education system during periods when they are experiencing problems that put them at serious risk of dropping out. The emphasis of the program is to reestablish studentsí educational direction. The goal is for students to successfully transition back to a regular school setting or another learning environment that meets their needs. For students who elect to remain in Community School, the program is designed to help them meet their educational and academic goals. Learn more about Community Schools.
Court Schools provide instruction for school-age children and youth residing in court-supervised programs, such as Juvenile Hall and Probation Camp.
Countywide Plan for Expelled Students
In addition to offering alternative school programs for students, the Alternative Education department coordinates the development of the Countywide Plan for Providing Educational Services to All Expelled Students in Sonoma County as required by Education Code Section 48926. The plan is updated every three years.
The Sonoma County Office of Education is committed to making its online materials and information accessible to individuals of all abilities.
Individuals may obtain an alternate, accessible version of the content in these documents by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org and by including a copy of the document as an attachment. If you are unable to attach a copy of the document, please indicate the document name and website location. SCOE staff will respond to your request within 2-business days.