The Superintendent's Cabinet is comprised of the executive staff from each division of the Stanislaus County Office of Education (SCOE). Weekly meetings are held with the Stanislaus County Superintendent of Schools to discuss issues relevant to their divisions and departments, share concerns and explore solutions, collaborate to constantly improve processes, and assist with decision-making and related operational activities.
It is interesting to note that the role of the county superintendent of schools was originally filled by the county assessor. In 1856 the State Legislature enacted a law that made the position an elective office. We wish to recognize the following Stanislaus County Superintendents of Schools dating to 1854, for their contribution to the education of children in Stanislaus County.