Sacramento County Office of Education News Archive: 2009

SCOE Graduates Awarded College Scholarships—Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Commission aids students. [Posted 12/18/09]

Carson Creek Crowned 2009-10 Sacramento County Academic Bowl Champions—Scholastic competition showcases Court, Community School and Special Education students. [Posted 12/17/09]

Sierra Club Foundation Helping Sacramento Area Students Study the Environment—Hundreds of local students to benefit from special funding. [Posted 12/2/09]

SCOE Juvenile Court and Community School Student Artwork Featured in 2010 Calendar—Proceeds from sales benefit student art program. [Posted 11/23/09]

SCOE Students with Severe Disabilities Celebrate the Holidays—Family affair and open house holiday party at Markofer Elementary. [Posted 11/23/09]

County Board of Education Encourages Participation in 2010 Census [Posted 11/4/09]

11th Annual Grand Opening of Student-Run Culinary Arts Café—SCOE program teaches students vocational and life skills. [Posted 11/3/09]

Eligible Area Veterans to Receive High School Diplomas—Sacramento County Office of Education to recognize vets whose high school education was disrupted due to war. [Posted 11/2/09]

New Report Finds Sacramento County Remains Diverse Education CommunitySacramento County 2008-2009 Demographic Summary: English Learners available. [Posted 10/26/09]

Red Ribbon Week Declared in Sacramento County [Posted 10/7/09]

County Board of Education Proclaims October 2009 "United Way Campaign Month" [Posted 10/7/09]

SCOE Culinary Careers Students Inspired by Visiting Chef [Posted 10/2/09]

Second Saturday Art Show to Feature Artwork by Alternative School Students—Involving art in curriculum showing positive impact on student attendance and behavior. [Posted 9/24/09]

Project SAVE Golf Tournament Supports At-Risk Youth—Sponsors and golfers sought for worthy cause. [Posted 9/15/09]

Sacramento County Teachers of the Year 2010 Announced—Teachers from San Juan Unified and Elk Grove Unified advance to state competition. [Posted 9/3/09]

H1N1 Flu Virus Workshop Attracts Sacramento County School Representatives—SCOE and Sacramento County Public Health division co-host event. [Posted 8/25/09]

Unveiling of Community Garden Designed by Local At-Risk Teens—Federal stimulus money used to fund service learning project. [Posted 8/21/09]

Sacramento County Board of Education Makes Provisional Appointment of Trustee—Adriana X. Echandía Chosen to Represent Area 2. [Posted 8/19/09]

SCOE Attracts Substitute Teachers and Para-Educators at 4th Annual Recruitment Event [Posted 8/14/09]

SCOE Recognized for Innovative County Government Efforts [Posted 8/6/09]

Sacramento County Office of Education Announces Site for Special Board Meeting—Board to receive public comment regarding Trustee Area 2 appointment. [Posted 7/24/09]

SCOE Looking for Substitute Teachers/Para-Educators—SCOE hosts 4th annual Sub Recruitment Day on August 13. [Posted 7/23/09]

SCOE Communications Office Earns a Record 13 Awards [Posted 7/23/09]

Sacramento County Board of Education Votes to Appoint Trustee to Vacant Post—Application deadline is August 7, 2009. [Posted 7/22/09]

Sacramento County Board of Education Elects John C. Scribner President—Trustee Harold Fong elected Vice President. [Posted 7/22/09]

Local Students Receive College Scholarships in Special Capitol Tours Program [Posted 6/22/09]

SCOE Program Earns National Honors—Opportunity Knocks program helps students find jobs. [Posted 6/19/09]

Announcement of Sacramento County Board of Education Vacancy—Trustee Area 2 post open effective July 2009. [Posted 6/19/09]

SCOE Community School Students Receive High School Diplomas—Combined graduating classes of three programs honored. [Posted 6/17/09]

SCOE Palmiter Students Receive High School Diplomas—Graduating class of nine students honored. [Posted 6/4/09]

SCOE's Daniel Watts Named News10 Teacher of the Year—Instructor teaches graphic arts to detained students. [Posted 6/4/09]

Lisa Alcalá Named 2010 SCOE Teacher of the Year—Instructor works with community school students at Hickey Jr./Sr. High campus. [Posted 6/3/09]

Veterans and Internees Receive Belated High School Diplomas—SCOE holds ninth annual Operation Recognition event. [Posted 5/27/09]

Students from SCOE Program for Severely Handicapped Students Honored—Three students recognized during special graduation. [Posted 5/27/09]

SCOE Classified Workers Saluted with Ice Cream—Classified school employees recognized May 18-24. [Posted 5/21/09]

College Scholarships Awarded to Dozens of Sacramento County Students—Program helps students with financial need. [Posted 5/8/09]

SCOE Honors Teachers of the Year 2010 Nominees—Eleven County Office teachers nominated for recognition. [Posted 5/4/09]

Local Students Star at Annual Club Live Event [Posted 4/28/09]

Sacramento County Board of Education Honors Teachers [Posted 4/23/09]

River Cats Honor Sacramento Area Outstanding Teachers—18 exceptional teachers saluted during pre-game ceremony at April 16 game. [Posted 4/17/09]

SCOE Students Compete in First Ever Academic Bowl—Carson Creek Jr./Sr. High crowned 2008-2009 champions. [Posted 4/3/09]

SCOE Employees Learn About Health and Wellness [Posted 4/1/09]

SCOE Co-Sponsors Summit on Kindergarten Transition—First of its kind event focuses on creating connections for children. [Posted 3/19/09]

Student Artists Honored at Sacramento County Office of Education—Artwork on display through May. [Posted 3/18/09]

Presenters Needed for Early Childhood Educators Conference—SCOE co-sponsoring 20th anniversary NCECE event August 3-4, 2009. [Posted 3/18/09]

SCOE Program and Teacher Earn National Honors—Carson Creek Jr./Sr. High School and teacher Sandy Simmons singled out for achievement. [Posted 3/18/09]

SCOE Hosts Service Learning Workshop—Attendees learn how to combine service learning with curriculum. [Posted 3/12/09]

SCOE Program Earns Special Recognition—Sacramento Community Based Coalition recognized by state agency. [Posted 3/11/09]

2009 Sacramento County Public Schools Directory Now Available—Annual directory includes extensive information about local education agencies. [Posted 2/27/09]

SCOE School Graduate Earns Top Honor—Former Elinor Lincoln Hickey student receives Every Student Succeeding award. [Posted 2/20/09]

Local Students Awarded Medals at 29th Annual Academic Decathlon—Bella Vista High advances to state finals; Folsom High also qualifies. [Posted 2/12/09]

Kings Honor Sacramento Area Outstanding Teachers—18 exceptional teachers saluted at February 6 Kings game. [Posted 2/10/09]

Local Sacramento County Students Present Poetry in the Spotlight—Inderkum High student wins fourth annual Poetry Out Loud event. [Posted 2/10/09]

Kings Visit School of 2009 County Teacher of the Year Janet Anderson—John Salmons and Quincy Douby promote reading and literacy. [Posted 2/10/09]

Area Veterans and WW II Internees May Apply for High School Diplomas Through Operation Recognition Program—Applications available online from Sacramento County Office of Education. [Posted 2/3/09]

Early Childhood Educators to Meet in Sacramento—SCOE co-sponsoring 20th anniversary event. [Posted 1/28/09]

Sierra Club Foundation Helping Area Students Study the Environment—Special funding to benefit hundreds of Sacramento County students. [Posted 1/23/09]

Board of Education Honors SCOE Principal Lyn Efken [Posted 1/21/09]

Kings Visit 2009 County Teacher of the Year Sylvia Rodriguez and Students—Donte Greene and Bobby Brown talk with students about the importance of education. [Posted 1/13/09]

Teen Environmental Expert Visits Sly Park [Posted 1/12/09]

Board of Education Honors Award Winning SCOE Program—Carson Creek ROP Welding Program wins Golden Bell Award. [Posted 1/7/09]

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