Departments & Services
The departments and services of the Sonoma County Office of Education, listed below, are designed to improve instruction and achievement across the county, meet legal mandates, help districts operate cost-effectively, and bring increased educational resources to the region.
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.
The Business Services department includes internal and external fiscal services, information technology, printing services, and operations.
Through its College and Career Readiness Services (CCRS) department, SCOE supports the development and integration of a continuum of activities that prepare students for their 21st century futures.
Jennie Snyder, Ed.D.
SCOE’s Educational Support Services Department oversees a wide range of programs and services that support teaching and learning in Sonoma County schools.
About Educational Support Services
21st Century Learning
Child Care Planning Council
Data & Assessment
Early Childhood Education
English Learner Services
Library Media Services
Local Control & Accountability
Next Generation Science
State & Federal Programs
Technology for Learners
SCOE’s Human Resources department serves as a professional resource for districts regarding employment issues and is committed to providing services that help Sonoma County schools meet their human resources needs.
NCSOE was founded and is supported by SCOE. It administers state-approved credential programs that support new and aspiring teachers as they develop and grow in their teaching practice.
Overview of NCSOE
Administrator Induction Program
Be a Teacher Intern Program
Designated Subjects - Adult Education Credential
Designated Subjects - Career Technical Education Credential
University Support and Supervision Intern Program
Interim Assistant Superintendent
The Sonoma County Office of Education’s Special Education department offers specialized instructional services for children ages 3 to 22 who have physical, emotional, cognitive, or developmental disabilities.