The Stanislaus County Office of Education (SCOE) is governed by a five-member elected Board of Education and the County Superintendent of Schools, also an elected official. The Board sets policy, approves SCOE's operating budget, and serves as an appeals board for inter-district attendance requests and student expulsions. Regular meetings of the Stanislaus County Board of Education are open to the public and are held on the second Tuesday of each month at 8:30 a.m. and are generally held at the Stanislaus County Office of Education, unless otherwise announced. (No meeting scheduled for July)
The September 10 board meeting will begin at 4:30 p.m.
The County Board of Education is the local appellate body for most types of student expulsion appeals. Staff provides support to the Board and acts as a liaison between the school districts and parents on matters related to student expulsions. Call (209) 238-1711 for the necessary documents to begin the expulsion appeal process or visit our office at 1100 H Street, Modesto.
INTERDISTRICT ATTENDANCE APPEALS
The County Board of Education is the local appellate body for most types of interdistrict transfer denials. Staff provides support to the Board and acts as a liaison between the school districts and parents on matters related to interdistrict attendance appeals. Call (209) 238-1711 for the necessary documents to begin the interdistrict attendance appeal process or visit our office at 1100 H Street, Modesto.
The Stanislaus County Office of Education, through effective leadership, coordinated services, staff development, and partnerships among family, school and community, will support public education in preparing diverse students to become productive citizens and life-long learners.
Strategy 1 Provide leadership to the educational community to maximize collaboration, communication, and innovation.
Strategy 2 Pursue collaborative partnerships with family, school and community to support the preparation of students for the future.
Strategy 3 Continuously assess the relevance and effectiveness of the programs and services of SCOE to foster continuous improvement.
Alice J. Pollard
Kim A. Rose
Mary Ann Sanders