Sacramento County Office of Education News Archive: 2011

Chinese Delegation Visits Sacramento County Office of Education—Group observes CTE and English Language learning programs. [Posted 12/15/11]

Exceptional Students Honored at Special Graduation Ceremony—Learning program provides special education services to students. [Posted 12/15/11]

Daylor High School Students Crowned Sacramento County Academic Bowl Champions—Scholastic competition showcases community, continuation and special education students. [Posted 12/14/11]

2012 Desk Calendar Sales Benefit Arts Education Programs [Posted 12/13/11]

SCOE Reports Natomas Unified Averts Fiscal Crisis But Must Make Further Budget Cuts—County Office cancels request for emergency loan for Natomas Unified and removes the district from "negative" status. [Posted 11/17/11]

Thanksgiving Arrives Early for SCBC Clients and Families [Posted 11/17/11]

Veterans and WW II Japanese-American Internees Eligible for High School Diplomas through SCOE Operation Recognition Program—Applications now available. [Posted 11/10/11]

SCOE Gerber Student Participates in TV Panel Discussion on Education [Posted 11/4/11]

SCOE Students Explore the Future through Career GPS [Posted 10/14/11]

High-Risk Students Help Launch "Stay in School" Campaign—SCOE students create and produce TV public service announcements. [Posted 10/12/11]

13th Annual Grand Opening of Student-Run Culinary Arts Café—Program teaches students skills needed for success in food services profession. [Posted 10/11/11]

SCOE Developed Website Provides English Instruction for Nursing Assistant Trainees—New site offers free ESL instruction. [Posted 10/6/11]

Golfers Swing into Action to Benefit Project SAVE—Tournament benefitted SCOE program that helps youth offenders. [Posted 10/4/11]

SCOE Communications Office Wins Ten Statewide Awards—Mather Employee Events Team honored by California School Public Relations Association. [Posted 9/22/11]

SCOE Employees Show Off Their Artistic Talents—Artwork on display through October. [Posted 9/8/11]

Sacramento County Teachers of the Year 2012 Announced—Teachers from San Juan Unified and Elk Grove Unified advance to state competition. [Posted 9/1/11]

SCOE Developed Website Earns National Honor: Site Helps Immigrants Learn English— recognized by National Coalition for Literacy. [Posted 8/3/11]

SCOE Students Turn to Woodturning—Volunteers teach students an artful craft. [Posted 7/22/11]

New Sacramento County Trustee Area Boundaries Tentatively Approved—Public comment sought on boundary realignment. [Posted 7/18/11]

Sacramento County Board of Education Elects Brian Cooley as President—Trustee Greg Geeting elected as Vice President. [Posted 7/18/11]

Golf Tournament Supporting At-Risk Youth Needs Golfers and Sponsors—Project SAVE proven to reduce youth violence. [Posted 7/7/11]

Teens Need You to Give Back: Become a Mentor—Sacramento County Office of Education recruiting adult mentors for Youth Leadership Program. [Posted 7/7/11]

SCOE Honors Inaugural Class of Leadership Institute Graduates—Program designed to prepare future education leaders. [Posted 6/27/11]

Students from Five SCOE Community School Programs Receive Diplomas—Former Sacramento Monarch Ruthie Bolton served as commencement speaker. [Posted 6/16/11]

SCOE Students Honored in Special GED Ceremony—General Equivalency Diploma earned by 22 students. [Posted 6/9/11]

2011 SCOE Palmiter Grads Receive High School Diplomas—Fourteen graduates accept diplomas. [Posted 6/6/11]

SCOE "School to World" Event Honors Students and Businesses—Partnership helps prepare students for the workforce with job experience. [Posted 6/1/11]

SCOE Teacher Joe Clark Wins Honor—Clark named Instructor of the Year at 3rd Annual California Voices youth film event. [Posted 6/1/11]

SCOE Students Win Big at Sacramento County Fair—ROP students earn 19 competition awards. [Posted 5/31/11]

Scholarships Totaling $117,000 Help Local Students with Financial Need [Posted 5/4/11]

Ten Veterans Awarded Belated High School Diplomas—Operation Recognition has honored 158 graduates since 2001. [Posted 5/18/11]

Ben Diaz Named 2012 SCOE Teacher of the Year—Instructor works with students with emotional disabilities. [Posted 5/17/11]

Sacramento Area ROP Students Compete in Building Competition—Local construction community provided materials for free. [Posted 5/5/11]

Sacramento County Board of Education Honors Teachers and School Employees [Posted 5/4/11]

SCOE Students Enjoy Day at the Sacramento Zoo [Posted 5/3/11]

Sacramento River Cats Honor Outstanding Teachers—Fourteen exceptional teachers saluted during pre-game ceremony at May 2 game. [Posted 5/3/11]

River Cats Offer Discounted Game Tickets for May 2 Teacher Appreciation Night—Online-exclusive tickets available now. [Posted 4/22/11]

Club Live Youth Leadership Program Spotlights Local Talent—80 middle school students competed in 14th annual Countywide Lip Sync contest. [Posted 4/21/11]

SCOE Honors Teachers of the Year 2012 Nominees—Seven County Office teachers nominated for recognition. [Posted 4/5/11]

Elverta Joint School District in Search of Superintendent—Sacramento County Office of Education assisting in search. [Posted 4/1/11]

Celebrating SCOE Student Success [Posted 3/31/11]

Sacramento County Superintendent of Schools Announces Appointment of Susan Stickel as Deputy Superintendent [Posted 3/31/11]

Sacramento County Students Pledge to "X" the "TXT"—Teens take pledge to not text and drive. [Posted 3/29/11]

Board of Education Declares April as the Month to Celebrate Public Schools [Posted 3/16/11]

SCOE Employees Learn About Health and Wellness [Posted 3/10/11]

Local High School Mock Trial and Moot Court Winners Announced—Elk Grove and Bella Vista High Schools earn top honors in Sacramento County. [Posted 3/8/11]

Student Artists' Work Featured During Youth Art Month [Posted 3/4/11]

SCOE Court and Community School Student Artwork on DisplayEXPRESSIONS exhibit hosted by California Department of Justice. [Posted 3/1/11]

Volunteers Needed for Sacramento County High School Courtroom Competition—Mock Trial and Moot Court event in Sacramento beginning February 28. [Posted 2/17/11]

SCOE Soliciting Quotations for Redistricting Contract [Posted 2/11/11]

Folsom High School Wins 2011 Sacramento County Academic Decathlon—Medals awarded to local students at 31st Annual Sacramento County Academic Decathlon. [Posted 2/10/11]

Sacramento County's Top Area Teachers Honored by Kings—Outstanding teachers saluted at February 4 Kings game. [Posted 2/7/11]

High School Students in Sacramento County Perform Poetry to Applause— Winner of sixth annual Poetry Out Loud event is Natomas Charter School student. [Posted 2/2/11]

Sacramento Area Parolees Recognized For Successful Reentry into the Community—SCOE hosts awards banquet to honor Sacramento Community Based Coalition program clients. [Posted 2/2/11]

SCOE Announces Operation Recognition Essay Scholarship Program—Winning student will receive $500 college scholarship from SAFE Credit Union. [Posted 2/1/11]

SCOE Launches New Early Learning Website [Posted 1/11/11]

Mentors Needed for Sacramento County Teenagers—National Mentoring Month shines spotlight on local needs. [Posted 1/3/11]

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