Sonoma County Office of Education

About SCOE

SCOE Website Accessibility Pledge

The Sonoma County Office of Education (SCOE) is committed to ensuring accessibility of its website to people with disabilities. To the extent possible, all new and updated web content produced by our organization will meet Website Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0, AA conformance level.

To the extent possible, existing web content produced by our organization will meet this standard by December 31, 2018.

This policy was last reviewed on May 8, 2018 by Communications Specialist Jamie Hansen.

Training for SCOE Employees

Three summer trainings were offered for all SCOE employees. Makeup and refresher trainings will be offered later in the year. Check back for more information.

Video: Why Accessibility is Important

Wondering why it's so important to make documents accessible? Watch this short video featuring a student SCOE serves.

Resources

SCOE provided a training to school districts on website accessibility on July 31, 2017. Access the resources from the training here.

Word Accessibility Training Manual—For PCs
Microsoft Word Training Manual—For Mac
Google Docs Accessibility Training Manual
Microsoft Excel Accessibility Training Manual
Adobe InDesign Accessibility Training Manual
Using Adobe Acrobat DC to Make a PDF Accessible: Training Manual

Can we do more?

Our ongoing effort to make our websites more accessible benefits from your feedback. If you discover areas of our websites that you find difficult or challenging to understand because of accessibility issues or any other reason, we want to know about it.

Please email our support staff with questions or concerns you have, and we will respond as soon as possible.​ webmaster@scoe.org

Contact

The SCOE webmaster is Jamie Hansen. She can be reached at 707-524-2620 or by emailing webmaster@scoe.org.