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.

Commuter Incentives for November

11/06/2017 -

Win a $25 Amazon Card from 511! This Fall, 511 is awarding carpoolers with $25 Amazon gift cards. Track your carpool trips in your 511 Trip Diary and you will be entered to win!

Participating is easy. Just log at least five (5) carpool commute trips in November to win. You can do it!


Employee Spotlight: Yovani Diaz

11/02/2017 - Yovani DiazSCOE 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 Transition Student Yovani Diaz


Coping with disaster-related stress

10/30/2017 - You may be experiencing stress or anxiety after the wildfire, even if it seems you and your family weren't directly impacted. Here are some tips for addressing these feelings, adapted from information by Sutter Care at Home Hospice. Read More...

Community Resources/Information for Fire Recovery

10/20/2017 - The City of Santa Rosa has provided a safety guide for evacuees returning to their homes in the burn area. Please access this important information here.

If you need fire recovery help, the county has opened a one-stop-shop assistance center in Santa Rosa. Learn about the Local Assistance Center here.

If you are a staff member in need of a place to stay or other services, your colleagues have offered rooms, warm meals, and offers of pet care in this Colleague-to-Colleague Support spreadsheet. If you or a colleague you know needs support, please visit this document and see if there is a good match for you. Feel free to follow up directly via the phones/emails listed in the document.

Tips for survivors of a disaster: Managing stress

10/20/2017 - Here is a helpful guide from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration regarding how to manage stress after a disaster. Read More...

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