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Stockton Salvation Army: Bringing joy to families

STOCKTON — Hundreds of needy families converged on the Salvation Army facility in downtown Stockton on Saturday for the organization’s annual holiday toy distribution, forming a line that stretched around the ...

Swearing-in Ceremony of James A. Mousalimas

New County Superintendent of Schools James A. Mousalimas to be Sworn-in at Public Ceremony

On Friday, January 9 at 5:00 p.m., San Joaquin County Office of Education (SJCOE) will host a ...

Students serve up courtroom drama at Mock Trial Invitational

STOCKTON — Glancing anxiously at his defense team, Hunter Sellers took the stand and braced himself for a barrage of tough questions before throwing his former best friend under the bus. ...
SubFinder Changes

SubFinder Changes! Effective December 23, 2014 

New SubFinder contact information:

SubFinder Phone Number: 844-432-6704  

SubFinder Online URL: https://sjcoe.subfinderonline.com 

Contact information for the SubFinder Attendance tracking system will be changing effective December 23, 2014. ...

Paper Angel Tree Campaign

Salvation Army Paper Angel Trees are on display in the Wentworth Education Center and Nelson Center lobbies.

Each white paper angel represents a young person in our community who is in ...

Music Class Orientation

Parents Welcome!

Wednesday, December 10, 2014

10:00 am - 3:00 pm

2857 Transworld Drive, Stockton, CA

Da Vinci Center - Independent Lab

 

• Music Theory

• Compositon

• Arrangement

• Music Production

• Basic Engineering

• Open jam session

• Q ...

No joke, pyrometallurgical decides county spelling bee

STOCKTON — Everything was going fine until the spellmaster read the next word: pyrometallurgical.

Wait … what? That’s right: pyro-metal-lurgi-cal.

Brookside sixth-grader Sepenta Shirvan of Lodi Unified couldn’t help it; she laughed when ...

San Joaquin County Spelling Bee Results

STUDENTS SPELL THEIR WAY TO THE TOP AT THE 18TH ANNUAL

SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY SPELLING BEE CHAMPIONSHIP

On December 3, fourth- through sixth-grade and seventh- through ninth-grade top spelling students from ...

Shining light on dark chapter of Stockton's history

STOCKTON — Perhaps more moving for what you don’t see than what you do, a grainy black-and-white photo taken just before he was shipped overseas shows Pvt. Ben Mitsuo Hatanaka in ...

SJCOE awarded grant for civil rights education

The San Joaquin County Office of Education has been awarded grant funding through the National Park Service to provide professional development for civil rights education.

In collaboration with the Fred T. ...

Are you ready to pursue your Doctorate?

Our own Teachers College of San Joaquin is offering a doctoral program in partnership with University of the Pacific, Benerd School of Education.  The program is set to begin in ...

SJCOE Awarded National Park Service Grant

SJCOE AWARDED NATIONAL PARK SERVICE GRANT FOR CIVIL RIGHTS EDUCATION

The San Joaquin County Office of Education is proud to announce their collaboration with the Fred T. Korematsu Institute for ...

Scholarships, grant funding for 31 organizations!

C B Merchant Services has announced $105,000 in grant funding and scholarships will be awarded to 31 community benefit organizations.

“We are proud to continue a long history of investing in and ...

Scholarships available for local students

The 2014-15 Lincoln Center Scholarship program applications are now available. Six San Joaquin County high school seniors received scholarships from the Lincoln Center Scholarship program in 2013-14. The recipients ...

Preschool autism program makes CONNECTIONS!

CONNECTIONS! refers to its 12 San Joaquin County preschool autism classes that serve students, three to five year olds, on the autism spectrum. The autism preschool program teachers and ...

Learn about the new framework

On July 9, 2014, the State Board of Education adopted a new framework to guide literacy and language development instruction for the educators in the State of California. This ...

2014 San Joaquin County Spelling Bee Championship

Top San Joaquin County spelling champs compete for slot in State competition

WHAT: 18th Annual San Joaquin County Spelling Bee Championship

WHEN: Mandatory Elimination Round (grades 4-6): Monday, December 1st • 4 ...

It’s not where you’ve been; it is where you’re going

Imagine being a 13-year-old in a strange city, hundreds of miles away from home, and having your mom abandon you at a bus station, driving off into the night ...

C B Merchant Services Announces Grants and Scholarships

C B Merchant Services Announces Grants and Scholarships for Local Community

The funding supports local organizations and scholarships for high school students pursuing higher education.

In October, C B Merchant ...

2014 Cortopassi Teaching Awards

Do you know of an outstanding math, science, and/or alternative education high school teacher? Would you like him or her to receive $5,000, in addition to $5,000 awarded to their ...

Students find out how government works

STOCKTON — Dozens of high school students fanned out across San Joaquin County on Thursday, getting an up-close look at the work done by county government agencies while having a chance ...

November's Outlook

November’s Outlook is now available online. CLICK HERE to view the interactive issue. This issue will inform and amuse you! Here’s a sneak peak of what’s inside:

  • Renters
  • Linden Unified makes strides to embrace Common ...
Web tool to help improve student success

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson introduced a new online tool, the Quality Schooling Framework (QSF), to offer guidelines and spread best practices to administrators to help them ...

Online educator community to improve student success

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson announced an enhanced web site called Digital Chalkboard that provides teachers with a virtual meeting place to collaborate, get training to improve ...

Teachers: Download EPA Resources for Your Classroom

1. Help students learn about environmental health and empower them to take steps in their everyday lives to protect the environment. Click here to learn more.

2. Looking for more resources ...

Use the Environmental Protection Agency programs!

1. Take Action to improve children's health at your school. EPA's comprehensive schools website offers all the resources you need to establish, maintain, or enhance a school environmental health program. Find ...

Response approaches for active intruders and shooters

The United States Department of Homeland Security and United States Department of Education recently shifted their response approaches for active intruders/shooters. In August, SJCOE provided training for all employees. 

Watch ...

Celebrate Success in the 2015 Art Contest!

November 7

The Association of California School Administrators (ACSA) and the F3 Education Awards Foundation partnered as sponsors of the 5th Annual Celebrate Success Art Contest. As part of the F3 Education ...

Countryside Farms welcomes you!

It's a countryside farm

off a busy old street,

growing berries for pies

or just pick them to eat.

There's pumpkin for bread

or for carving a face,

rabbits and goats

and a huge stack of hay.

Tractors ...

CalSTRS Basics Workshop

This workshop describes how the CalSTRS hybrid retirement system fits into your overall retirement planning, with a focus on:

 

  • Your CalSTRS benefits
  • Ways to identify and fill your retirement gap
  • How to utilize ...
CalSTRS Fundamentals Workshop

CalSTRS Fundamentals Workshop

This workshop includes the basics of your CalSTRS retirement with a focus on:

  • Ways to increase your defined benefit
  • How to effectively plan for retirement
  • Setting a retirement goal

CalSTRS workshops are ...

CalSTRS Fundamentals Workshop

CalSTRS Fundamentals Workshop

This workshop includes the basics of your CalSTRS retirement with a focus on:

  • Ways to increase your defined benefit
  • How to effectively plan for retirement
  • Setting a retirement goal

CalSTRS workshops are ...

2014 SJC Classified School Employees of the Year

On June 12, 2014, an awards dinner honored San Joaquin County Classified School Employees of the Year for their dedication and service to students. Premier Community Credit Union and San ...

Calling all high school artists!

October 14: 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. or October 16: 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. 

Art Expressions of San Joaquin is hosting its 2nd Annual High School Student Art ...

Program allows scientists to share their expertise

STOCKTON — If a mind is a terrible thing to waste, how much more so to waste the collective knowledge of a generation of scientists, teachers, engineers, physicists, pilots and other ...

Welcome from Julie Penn

Welcome back to school Stockton Unified! I am so looking forward to working with our schools, teachers, staff and students, and their families this year. It’s our first year teaching ...

Rocket science is more than geeks

STOCKTON — Actually, it is rocket science. And the fifth-graders circled around NASA research scientist Ruben Ramos might have been a little skeptical when they first filed in, but after forming ...

October's Outlook

October’s Outlook is now available online. CLICK HERE to view the interactive issue. This issue will inform and amuse you! Here’s a sneak peak of what’s inside:

  • Lammersville opens academic powerhouse;
  • 2014 San Joaquin County ...
Adopted 2014-2015 SJCOE LCAP

The San Joaquin County Office of Education would like to thank you for taking the time to review the adopted version of San Joaquin COE’s LCAP.  If you have any ...

The top scientists in the County

Passionate about Science? San Joaquin County Office of Education’s Teaching Opportunities for Partners in Science (TOPS) program is looking for partners who are willing to volunteer 8-10 hours a ...

Get your venture on!

Venture On Challenge Ropes Course provides adventure-learning experiences that challenge individuals to push beyond their perceived limits and work effectively with others, think creatively about problems, trust, and have ...

SJC SELPA Staff Development Bulletin - October 2014

Please see the attached flyer for information on upcoming professional development workshops and trainings during October and November 2014.

Students break the mold with brand new recording studio

On October 2, there will be endless possibilities for music enthusiasts as they celebrate the opening of one of the most advanced recording studios in this County. As part of ...

Use the Environmental Protection Agency programs!

1. Take Action to improve children's health at your school. EPA's comprehensive schools website offers all the resources you need to establish, maintain, or enhance a school environmental health program. Find ...

Teachers: Download EPA Resources for Your Classroom

1. Help students learn about environmental health and empower them to take steps in their everyday lives to protect the environment. Click here to learn more.

2. Looking for more ...

Visit Countryside Farms!

It's a countryside farm

off a busy old street,

growing berries for pies

or just pick them to eat.

There's pumpkin for bread

or for carving a face,

rabbits and goats

and a huge stack of hay.

Tractors ...

Celebrate Success in the 2015 Art Contest!

November 7

The Association of California School Administrators (ACSA) and the F3 Education Awards Foundation partnered as sponsors of the 5th Annual Celebrate Success Art Contest. As part of the F3 ...

Calling all high school artists!

Tuesday, October 14 from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. or Thursday, October 16 from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Art Expressions of San Joaquin is hosting its 2nd Annual High School ...

Peer helpers gather to prepare for the year

On August 20, 2014, more than 300 San Joaquin County high school Peer Helpers and 25 Student Nurses from California State University Stanislaus converged at San Joaquin County Office ...

Lammersville opens academic powerhouse

The town of Mountain House is becoming an academic powerhouse—intuitive of anyone who walks through the halls of Mountain House High School. The brand new, state-of-the-art high school is possibly ...