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Families Receiving Special Ed Services Enjoy Resource Fair

SCOE Joins Community Organizations in Providing Helpful Information

Staff posing at SCOE table

SCOE representatives shared information from a variety of departments and programs at the resource fair.

Sacramento County Office of Education (SCOE) programs joined organizations from across the region last Wednesday at a free resource fair for families of students (ages 3–22) who receive special education services from the Elk Grove Unified School District (EGUSD). Hosted by the EGUSD Community Advisory Committee, the fun and inviting event offered helpful information and highlighted community and regional resources. Attendees were treated to a barbecue lunch and many of the information tables offered interactive activities for children to enjoy.

Representatives from Sacramento County SELPA and Seeds of Partnership staffed the SCOE table, answering questions and sharing information. Sacramento County SELPA supports member school districts and SCOE in the operation of their special education programs. Seeds of Partnership is a California Department of Education-funded project operated through SCOE that offers training, support, and resources related to special education and family engagement for educators, parent center staff, and families across California.

SCOE Programs Share a Variety of Resources

In its booth at the resource fair, which was held in the parking lot of the EGUSD Family and Community Engagement Department, SCOE shared information from a variety of its departments and programs, including:

Some of the many other exhibitors at the fair included WarmLine Family Resource Center, the California Department of Developmental Services, and Sacramento County Parks and Recreation.

Attendees visiting booths

A variety of organizations provided helpful information and highlighted community and regional resources.

People visiting booths

Families enjoyed interactive activities at many of the booths.