Sonoma County Office of Education


Welcome to the SCOE Employee Center. This section of our website includes announcements for staff and provides access to information that employees may find helpful.

United Way campaign underway

10/14/2019 - Monday, OCT. 14 was the start of SCOE’s annual United Way campaign to raise donations that will be invested in our community for education, fire relief, and more. Donations will be accepted through Nov. 29. Employees are invited to participate this year if they are able.

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Employee Spotlight: Renee Fong

10/11/2019 - Renee FongSCOE employees are a dedicated group with diverse interests and backgrounds. Get to know your colleagues better each month in this Employee Spotlight. This month, meet Renee Fong from Human Resources.

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PSPS Update for Wednesday, Oct. 9

10/09/2019 - This is an update on the PG&E PSPS event and how it impacts SCOE staff. SCOE's Skylane building has power today, and we are told that no additional power outages are expected at this time. All staff who are not working today can expect to receive full compensation for the working day.

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Power Shutoff Update as of 2:30pm Wednesday, Oct. 9

10/09/2019 - This is to confirm that SCOE still expects to have power for Thursday, Oct. 10. We plan to be fully operational at the Skylane facility and all Skylane staff are expected to report to work as usual. If you need to take the day off for childcare or other reasons, please use a personal necessity or sick day. School site staff should check with their supervisors to determine whether or not they should report to work.

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Public Safety Power Shutoff Update

10/08/2019 -

As you may have heard, PG&E has announced that they may shut off power to large sections of Sonoma County beginning Wednesday night due to high fire risk. At this time, we are informed by the Sonoma County Emergency Operations Center that shutoffs could take place beginning as early as midnight tonight, with additional shutoffs possible later in the day on Wednesday. PG&E expects that it could take 48 hours to restore power in populated areas and up to five days in more remote areas.

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Announcement Archive

Candy Amos, SCOE Information Systems Support Analyst
"I love all the activities SCOE does to bring us all together. I think that’s very unique." - Candy Amos, SCOE Information Systems Support Analyst