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County Board of Education Recognizes SCOE Staff in 2001

Resolutions Passed to Honor Certificated and Classified Employees


The contributions of Sacramento County Office of Education (SCOE) certificated and classified staff were recognized by the Sacramento County Board of Education at its 1 May meeting.

The Sacramento County Board of Education voted to adopt two resolutions honoring SCOE employees in May. Board Resolution No. 01-07 proclaimed May 9, 2001, as Day of the Teacher in Sacramento County. The week of May 20–26, 2001, was declared in Board Resolution 01-08 to be Classified School Employees Week. Both resolutions passed unanimously.

The approximately 700 Sacramento County Office of Education employees make it possible for SCOE to:

  • Directly educate more than 30,000 students annually
  • Provide fiscal oversight of 16 local school districts
  • Provide educational leadership and support to school districts, including arrangements for a $15 million grant to seven area school districts for the implementation of research-based reading programs
  • Provide school districts with economies of scale savings through group purchasing, technology services, community-business partnerships, and specialized training
  • Increase educational resources—such as grant funding—to enhance education in Sacramento County