Sonoma County Office of Education

SCOE Employee Center


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.

Employee Spotlight: Elizabeth Najmabadi

11/28/2018 - Elizabeth NajmabadiSCOE 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 Integrated Pathway Coach Elizabeth Najmabadi,


SCOE Winter Festival

11/28/2018 - Holiday SweaterAll employees are invited to the SCOE Winter Festival, Dec. 12. This annual event will take place from 3:30 to 5:00pm in the Redwood Rooms. Join for a chance to mingle with colleagues and enjoy snacks, treats, and seasonal entertainment. Wear your most festive holiday/winter sweater for our sweater contest! Read More...

Helping Our Neighbors in Butte County

11/20/2018 - We know many SCOE employees would like to support those in Butte County impacted by the fire there. The Butte County Office of Education has created the Schools Fire Relief Fund to provide a one-stop location where individuals or organizations could provide support directly to schools in Butte County. Donors can either specify a specific district or use (textbooks, clothes, etc.) for the funds or make an open donation. If you are interested in donating, click here to learn more. Read More...

Something Bugging You?

11/19/2018 - Recent events or upcoming holidays may have you or your loved ones feeling stressed, or worried. If you or your loved ones are having trouble coping, ask for help. A myriad of no-cost resources and tools are available to all employees and their families. Please take a moment to look at the following links and fliers to see if one is a good fit for your situation. Also, learn more at


SCOE's Debra Sanders, Champion for Children

11/19/2018 - SCOE Foster Youth Services Coordinator Debra Sanders was recognized as a Champion for Children by Sonoma County 4Cs. She was being honored in the Sonoma Strong category for her tireless efforts to support children during and after the fall wildfires. She received recognition at a special event on Nov. 9. Read on to see a video where Debra explains her work to support foster and homeless youth.


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