Education

Nov 13 2017

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ROP Medical Technology and Health Careers Students Share with the Community

Donna Marie Stahl, ROP instructor of Medical Technology and Health Careers Pathways classes at Harbor High School, recently reported on her students� participation. [ Read more ]

Other Items of Interest

  • Objections to Disclosure of Student Records
    The California Department of Education requests that we post a link for your information.
  • Approved Local Control Accountability Plans (LCAP)
    Links to the approved Local Control Accountability Plans (LCAP) in Santa Cruz County.
  • SCCOE Newsletter
    Are you signed up to receive the SCCOE’s newsletter? Find out what’s been happening with our programs, and see the latest edition here.
  • SCCOE Annual Report to the Community – The State of Education in Santa Cruz County 2014-15
    Check out the SCCOE’s annual report to find out lots of information about education in Santa Cruz County.
  • SCCOE Strategic Plan 2012-2015
    Contains the strategic areas of focus, mission, vision and core responsibilities.
  • Schools Mental Health Partnership Report for Integrating PEI Services in Schools 2010-2011
  • Star Test Results
    The results of the 2013 Standardized Testing and Reporting (STAR) Program show California students overall continue to make steady academic progress.
  • Teachers – Standards Guide for K-12
    Content standards were designed to encourage the highest achievement of every student, by defining the knowledge, concepts, and skills that students should.
  • A Parent’s Guide to MRSA in California
    The California Department of Public Health has published a brochure to help parents understand what they need to know about Methicillin-resistant.
  • Williams Case
    Latest information on the landmark Superior Court case to provide all students equal access to instructional materials, safe schools, and quality teachers.
  • API and AYP Test Results
    View the 2012-13 Adequate Performance Index (API) test results and the Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) report for Santa Cruz County schools.
  • Plan for Educating Expelled Students
    The plan provides a continuum of educational alternatives for students who are expelled or, for whatever reason, have been unsuccessful in.

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