From Our Superintendent

The Solano County Office of Education provides effective leadership and services that support the schools and community in their effort to provide equal access to the highest quality education and ensure a positive outcome for every Solano County student.

Photo of Lisette Estrella-Henderson, Solano County Superintendent of Schools


As the Solano County Office of Education (SCOE) closes a demanding but productive school year, I want to recognize SCOE’s employees for the dedication, talent, energy, and care they bring to work each day. Our amazing educators are making a visible difference in the lives of our students and their families every day!

Reflecting on the past year, I am amazed by all that SCOE has accomplished! Click here to see highlights of just a few of our endeavors:


Solano County School Districts



Institutions of Higher Education






Partners

$1.5m in grant funding has been awarded to Solano COE to provide educator training, school based social-emotional support services, support for homeless students, support for students in job-readiness skills development, and youth development activities and training including tobacco use prevention, civic engagement, and citizenship

Attendance Matters Raise the awareness of school personnel, parents, guardians, caregivers, community partners, and local business of the effects of chronic absenteeism and truancy and other challenges associated with poor attendance.

$75kin grant funding is available to support Solano County educators and Artists to participate in the Solano COE Integrated Learning Specialist Program (ILSP)

71% of our Solano County schools have been trained in Positive Behavoir Intervention Supports (PBIS)


Solano County Office of Education Adult Transition Students KTXL Fox40 News Interview with Filmmaker Joey Travolta

SCOE Adult Transition students, Zachary Herman and Sean Kielberg, had the opportunity to work with movie maker Joey Travolta of Inclusion Films at a camp in Stockton. The team had an interview on XTXL FOX40 News and shared their experiences. Mr. Travolta started Inclusion Films in 2007 which teaches individuals with development disabilities in five dedicated production studios throughout California. Mr. Travolta’s film crew travels the country doing short film camps for children and teens with autism.  

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Solano County Office of Education Hosts UC Davis C-STEM Girls in Robotics Leadership (GIRL) Camps

The Solano County Office of Education (SCOE) is partnering with UC Davis Computing-Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (C-STEM) to bring Girls in Robotics Leadership (GIRL) Camps to Solano County for free.

These camps are focused on introducing and motivating middle school girls to learn computing and STEM concepts through a fun and robotics-based curriculum.

 

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You have the opportunity to review and give input on the Golden Hills Education Center Safety Plan. Just attend our meeting on February 26th from 3:00-6:00 p.m. at 2460 Clay Bank Road, Fairfield, Room 7B.

Upcoming Events

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Golden Hills Lab 1, 2460 Clay Bank Road, Fairfield, CA 94533
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Solano COE, Pena Adobe Room, 5100 Business Center Dr., Fairfield, CA
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Solano County Office of Education, Pena Adobe Room, 5100 Business Center Drive, Fairfield, CA 94534
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Solano County Office of Education, Blue Rock Springs Room, 5100 Business Center Drive, Fairfield, CA 94534

NEW: Year-End Message from Solano County Superintendent of Schools, Lisette Estrella-Henderson. (see left, under Superintendent's photo)

War veterans receive high school diplomas after years of service in World War II, Korea, and Vietnam during the SCOE Operation Recognition graduation Ceremony. Click on the photo to learn more.

Educators of the Year2018-19! Click on the photo to learn more.