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The Santa Clara County Office of Education (SCCOE) is committed to serving, inspiring, and promoting student and public school success.
Strategic campaigns to raise awareness of the overall benefits of education
Meeting the emerging needs of the community by providing leadership and support for children, schools, and the greater community.
A premier service organization.
Fostering respectful, supportive, and inclusive work environments within and across branches, departments, clusters, and sites.
The District English Learner Advisory Committee provides oversight for programming to support English Learners enrolled in Santa Clara County Office of Education schools. The DELAC meets twice annually and provides decision-making regarding parent engagement, reclassification of English Learners, budget, and program for English Learners. Comprised of parents and SCCOE staff, the DELAC also provides input regarding the Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) and the Title III budget. Parents and guardians are invited to attend. For more information on joining the DELAC, please contact the Administrator of State and Federal Projects at (408) 573-3253.
Previous Meetings and Agendas
Alternative Education – The
Alternative Education Department provides educational programs for students who are under court supervision, or who are not attending regular school.
Early Learning Services – The
Early Learning Services Department provides a variety of services for early childhood education including
Head Start - Early Head Start.
Early Start – The
Early Start Program provides early intervention services for children from birth to age three with disabilities, as well as their families.
Environmental Education (Walden West) –
Walden West is a residential outdoor science school for fifth-and-sixth-graders. Lessons in science, ecology, and the environment are brought to life as students learn in the outdoor setting.
Migrant Education – The SCCOE
Migrant Education Program is designed to provide supplementary services to eligible migrant students.
Opportunity Youth Academy – The
Opportunity Youth Academy offers students a blended program of teacher-directed instruction and online credit accrual and recovery options. The focus is ensuring that students leave the program with a high school diploma, and a path to college or a postgraduation career. The classes students complete satisfy admission requirements for California public universities and military service.
Special Education – The
Special Education Department provides a variety of instructional programs and services for infants, children and youth with special needs.
For Special Education SARC, follow this link.