Sonoma County Office of Education

Departments & Services

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.

Alternative Education/Student Support

Georgia Ioakimedes Georgia Ioakimedes
(707) 524-2884

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.

About Alternative Education

Business Services

Greg Medici Greg Medici, J.D.
Deputy Superintendent
(707) 524-2631

The Business Services department includes internal and external fiscal services, information technology, printing services, and operations.

About Business Services

Educational Support Services

Jennie Snyder 2020 Jennie Snyder, Ed.D.
Deputy Superintendent
(707) 524-2786

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

Human Resources

John Laughlin John Laughlin
Deputy Superintendent
(707) 524-2729

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.

About Human Resources

North Coast School of Education

Jason Lea 2020Jason Lea
Executive Director
(707) 524-2814

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

Special Education and Behavioral Health Services

Mandy Corbin 2020Mandy Corbin
Associate Superintendent
(707) 524-2710

The Sonoma County Office of Education’s Special Education and Behavioral Health Services division offers specialized instructional services for children ages 3 to 22 who have physical, emotional, cognitive, or developmental disabilities as well as behavioral health services and support to school districts.

About Special Education