Aiming High is a Sonoma County initiative designed to support high academic achievement for English learners. Local school districts and partner agencies are working together on this critical goal.
AVID, an acronym for Advancement Via Individual Determination, is a research-based program that identifies, recruits, and prepares students for four-year college eligibility.
The North Coast Beginning Teacher Program (NCBTP) is a regional program, housed at SCOE, that provides support to new teachers and individuals seeking to become teachers.
SCOE promotes the use of data to make instructional decisions and monitor student progress. Staff are available to help schools analyze assessment results and identify strategies to meet student needs.
Youth in the foster care system face challenges that can impact their education. SCOE provides support to foster youth and assists districts in meeting the needs of these students.
All students have the right to enroll in and attend school, even when housing becomes uncertain. SCOE works with districts to ensure that homeless students attend and fully participate in school.
Topic-specific media resources take advantage of today’s technology to promote local education initiatives, provide examples of instructional strategies, and explore current research.
SCOE helps schools and communities develop school-based and school-linked prevention and intervention services that promote a safe, orderly, and positive learning environment.
SCOE is collaborating with other agencies to ensure that preschool teachers and parents capitalize on all opportunities to enhance the language, literacy, and learning skills of preschool students.
SCOE coordinates academic events to support, encourage, recognize, and promote student learning. SCOE-sponsored events include the Mini Maker Faire, Robotics Challenge, Science Fair, Science Olympiad, and Spelling Bees.