Educational Services

The Solano County Office of Education operates many educational support services to school districts in Solano County. We work hand-in-hand with educators in our school districts to address the needs of students in areas that include:

District and School Support

Builds and sustains the capacity necessary to improve the success of all students by partnering with districts and schools as they endeavor to implement organizational practices that:

  • Help all students meet standards
  • Increase student achievement levels of all students
  • Select/adopt appropriate instructional materials
  • Meet the needs of English language learners
  • Strengthen administrative leadership
  • Improve administrator expertise in content knowledge and pedagogy
  • Reduce barriers to student achievement
Foster Youth Services Provides foster youth living in Solano County with the resources needed to achieve their maximum educational potential.

Homeless Youth Services

Provides support and resources to Solano County school districts, to implement McKinney-Vento. Technical training is available to districts, homeless liaisons and other staff who are involved in working with homeless children and youth.

Instructional Technology

Collaborates with many internal and external partners to develop programs, workshops and materials to increase student learning and achievement.

Prevention Education Services

Provides programs, services, and education opportunities that focus on aspects of positive youth development, school safety, substance abuse prevention, and school climate. Works with schools, community partners, and Solano County Health officials to reach as many youth as possible and provide quality programs to county schools.

Professional Development

Offers a continuum of trainings, workshops, and seminars to address the needs of educators, parents, substitute teachers, intern teachers, credentialed teachers, principals and directors.

Special Events

The Solano County Office of Education coordinates a number of countywide and regional events for students including:

  • Academic Decathlon
  • Educators of the Year
  • Spelling Bee
  • Student Art Faire
Transitional Kindergarten
Transitional kindergarten is the first year of a two-year kindergarten program that uses a modified kindergarten curriculum that is age and developmentally appropriate.

Youth Development Services

These programs are designed to keep youth safe and healthy by engaging them as active members of the community.

  • Prevention Education Services
  • Special Events

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