Welcome to The CCCOE
The Contra Costa County Office of Education (CCCOE) plays a leadership role in the delivery of quality education to more than 173,000 K-12 students in Contra Costa.
Under the leadership of an elected superintendent of schools and a five-member elected board of education, the CCCOE provides services to students, school districts, and the community. The underpinnings of the County Office of Education culture can be found in our strategic plan and five core concepts of quality.
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Year two of county-wide school attendance campaign underway!
CCCOE is proud to launch year two of the successful “Every School Day Counts” Attendance Awareness Campaign. The purpose of the campaign is to provide schools and communities in Contra Costa County with tools and strategies to help boost school attendance and reduce truancy across the county. Click here for more information.
"Pointing Towards NGSS" Grant Awarded by Tesoro Foundation
County Superintendent Karen Sakata and Board President Pamela Mirabella join CCCOE STEAM Coordinator HIllary Dito in receiving a $100,000 grant from the Tesoro Foundation. Presenting the check was Brian Nunnally of the Tesoro Refining Company. The grant, entitled “Pointing Toward NGSS” is meant to assist with the County's efforts in implementing the new Next Generation Science Standards.
Four Contra Costa County Schools Honored as Blue Ribbon Schools: Second Most Schools in a California County
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson congratulated 29 California public and four private schools that are being recognized as 2015 National Blue Ribbon Schools. The California winners of the coveted award are among 285 public (traditional, charter, choice, and magnet) schools and 50 private schools announced by U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan. read more »
Settlement Agreement Reached with Disability Rights Advocates
The Contra Costa County Office of Education is pleased to announce that a settlement agreement has been reached with Disability Rights Advocates and Public Council regarding a 2013 class action lawsuit. Click on the following links to view a copy of the Notice of Proposed Settlement of Class Action Lawsuit and the .
Substitutes Needed for 2015-16 School Year
Get involved! Substitute Teachers & Instructional Assistants are needed in Special Education and Court & Community School programs. Your presence can make a difference! Go to www.edjoin.org to apply. Contact Lynn Stevenson at 925-942-3326 for more information on substituting. Contact Noelle White at 925-942-3371 for more information on Parolee Education postings read more »
Page updated on: November 23, 2015