Student Programs and Services Department
The Student Programs and Services Department provides a range of services to support students’ positive academic and social-emotional outcomes. Students may be served in SCOE alternative school settings or their districts of residence. The Department also provides county-wide coordination for foster and homeless youth and professional development on ways to work with students effectively and respectfully. SCOE also provides support services for students’ work readiness skills and job placement.
To accomplish its mission, SCOE works closely with Solano County Probation, Solano County Behavioral Health, and Solano County Child Welfare Services, in addition to other community-based organizations.
Solano County Office of Education (SCOE) offers alternative educational services for students in grades 7-12. Our students work on a standards-based curriculum and have the opportunity to recover missed credits.
The College and Career Development Department provide coordination and professional development for career pathways offered in Solano County school districts.
We serve foster, homeless and at-risk youth; small group counseling services; students in grades K-12, who attend schools in Solano County school districts; Solano County schools that are exploring or implementing Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports (PBIS); Solano County Title I schools; Tier I and Tier II students.
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.
|Special Events||The Solano County Office of Education coordinates a number of countywide and regional events for students including:|
|Youth Development||These programs are designed to keep youth safe and healthy by engaging them as active members of the community.|
|Workforce Development||Workforce Development Programs include: California Career Innovations (CCi), California Promoting the Readiness of Minors on Supplemental Security Income (CaPROMISE), Transition Partnership Program/Workability II (TPP), Workability I (WAI)|