SCOE convenes various administrator meeting groups with a goal of sharing information and creating cross-county collaborations.
By providing finance and accounting, information technology, and printing services, SCOE supports the effective day-to-day functioning of local districts.
The Child Care Planning Council (CCPC) of Sonoma County advocates, advises, and plans for child care services. It identifies local priorities for child care and develops policies to meet identified needs.
Administrators, teachers, support staff, parents, and school trustees work together through the Coalition to clarify education issues and support local schools.
SCOE serves as a professional resource for districts regarding employment issues and provides assistance in meeting human resources needs.
The Leadership Center offers administrator training, hosts the Sonoma Leadership Network, provides coaching for new principals, and sponsors professional development for school leaders.
SCASA, the Sonoma County Association of School Administrators, is a professional association that provides local administrators with networking and professional learning opportunities.
Effective governance and policy development are critical components of school board leadership. SCOE hosts periodic seminars for school trustees to support and develop effective, informed leadership.
SCOE helps districts implement the requirements of federal and state accountability measures and provides support in areas like Program Improvement, Williams and Valenzuela Settlements, and School Accountability Report Cards.