Press Releases

Below is a list of news items issued by the County Office of Education. For more information about any item please contact the Public Information Office at (209) 468.4802.

Dec. 1 Boutique Offers Gifts Made by Students in Special Ed.

Registration Open Now for Third-Annual H2O Hackathon

SSC and DELAC Meetings at SJCOE Sept. 27
School Site Council and District-level English Learner Advisory Committee meeting agendas available now

San Joaquin County Middle School Honor Choir Open Auditions
Auditions will be held throughout San Joaquin County in October

SJCOE Tech Summit Brings Technology into the Classroom
Educators will learn in hands-on sessions from colleagues and tech experts how to use more technology in their classrooms to help students learn

Notice to Bid
Pre-bid walk at 2040 Fremont Street scheduled for Sept. 8

Notice of Student Nondiscrimination/Title IX
SJCOE dedicated to providing safe environment for students

SJCOE Announces its Breakfast and Lunch Program
Annual Statement of SJCOE nutrition-program policy includes eligibility guidelines

SJCOE to Livestream 2017 Solar Eclipse
View from solar telescope will provide live footage of eclipse from SJCOE Campus

Friedberger Scholarship Awards $61,000 to Graduating Seniors
Fund named for pioneer family has helped San Joaquin County students attend college for 53 years

Manteca Unified Educator Named STEM Teacher of the Year
Stagg High School student also recognized by North Central Valley STEM Center

Results for the 2017 San Joaquin County Academic Pentathlon

Raffle Raises Money for Outdoor Education
$121,000 raised to pay for trips to Science Camp and other programs

Head Start San Joaquin Holding Community Forums in May
Families and organizations invited to lend their voice to improve communities

SJCOE Announces Results for County Math Competition
Two San Joaquin County schools tie for first place in seventh- through eighth-grade tournament

Redwood Greenhouse Sale
Sale provides opportunity for students with disabilities to learn vocational skills

Grades 6-8 to Compete in County Academic Pentathlon
Pentathlon highlights student leadership and teamwork on April 22

Students to Receive State Seal of Biliteracy Awards
Students who master more than one language to be recognized at awards ceremony

Public Invited to Free Screening of "Listen" Movie
Local film part of day devoted to preventing child abuse in San Joaquin County

SJCOE Selects New Deputy Superintendent of Business Services
Scott Anderson to replace Deputy Superintendent Jim Thomas, who is retiring after 26 years in that position

Mock Trial Champions Offer Two-Day Academy for Students
Venture Academy presents third annual Mock Trial Academy for Middle School Students

Results for 7th Annual Math Tournament
Discovery Charter School wins first place in fourth- through sixth-grade competition

Team from Tracy High Wins H20 Hackathon
High School students use technology to tackle state’s water problems at the daylong Hackathon at the San Joaquin County Office of Education

Elementary students to show science skills at competition
San Joaquin County Science Olympiad Comes to McNair High on March 18

San Joaquin County Science Olympiad Division B/C Results
Tokay High and Wicklund Elementary teams take first in their divisions

Science and Engineering Fair Results

Science Olympiad Comes to McNair on Saturday
Middle- and high-schoolers to show off science skills at competition

San Joaquin County Mock Trial Ends with Championship Round
The verdict is in: Venture Academy wins Mock Trial and heads to state competition

San Joaquin County Middle School Honors Concert Performance

SJCOE Holding Warehouse Sale for Surplus Items
Furniture, office supplies, and more available for purchase

2017 Annual San Joaquin County Science and Engineering Fair

SJCOE Welding Teacher Receives CTE Excellence in Education

Students Will Compete in 2017 San Joaquin County Mock Trial
Eleven high schools will debate the fictional trial of People v. Awbrey

Second-Annual Jingle Bell 5K Fun Run at Venture Academy
All proceeds will go to the Women’s Center Youth & Family Services

Students and Teachers to Dine with Scientists and Engineers
The San Joaquin County Office of Education to Host Annual Dinner with a Scientist Nov. 4

Greater Valley Conservation Corps Recognizes Greatness
Corpsmembers and supporters honored at first annual recognition lunch

San Joaquin County Teacher Job Fair is on March 11
School districts from across the county will be there to fill teaching positions

Press Release: Academic Decathlon Results

SJCOE to Host 36th Annual Academic Decathlon
San Joaquin County high school students compete Feb. 4 at Lathrop High School

California Health Care Facility Staff Supports one.Program
Donation from CHCF staff helps SJCOE reward one.Program students with perfect attendance

Third Annual Welding Showdown