Articles From : SBCEO

  • Joanna Hendrix Named 2023 Santa Barbara County Teacher of the Year

    Joanna Hendrix, a teacher for the deaf/hard of hearing serving children from Orcutt and Santa Maria, has been named the 2023 Santa Barbara County Teacher of the Year.

  • CDPH Delays Student Vaccine Mandate Until 2023

    The California Department of Public Health announced on Thursday that the student vaccine mandate will be delayed until at least the 2023-24 school year.

  • Santa Barbara County Education Office Honors Six War Veterans with Retroactive High School Diplomas

    Six veterans who were unable to finish high school, due to military service or internment in a relocation camp, received their high school diplomas on Thursday at a special graduation ceremony.

  • Santa Barbara County Poetry Slam Winners Announced

    Students from Pioneer Valley, San Marcos, and Righetti high schools take top honors at Santa Barbara County Education Office’s Poetry Slam competition

  • Santa Barbara County Spelling Bee Champions

    First and Second Place Winners will Advance to Statewide Competition

  • A Retrospective: Two years of Global Pandemic in Education

    Santa Barbara County Superintendent of Schools Dr. Susan Salcido walks us through the two years since COVID forced campus closures here and across the world

  • Dos Pueblos High School Wins 2022 Santa Barbara County Mock Trial Competition

    After the closely contested final round on Saturday, March 5, Dos Pueblos High School was named the winner of the 39th annual Santa Barbara County Mock Trial competition, emerging victorious over San Marcos High School.

  • Masks Mandate for Santa Barbara County Students Ends after March 11

    Masks Strongly Recommended but not Required

  • County Education Office Distributes N95 Masks to Local Schools

    Santa Barbara County Education Office is distributing 276,480 adult-sized N95 masks received from the state to county public school districts, charter schools, and private schools for voluntary use by students and staff.

  • SBCEO Hosts Second Annual Youth Empowerment Summit

    SBCEO Hosts Second Annual Youth Empowerment Summit

    The Santa Barbara County Education Office invites youth, educators, parents and guardians, and professionals supporting youth to attend the second annual Youth Empowerment Summit on Wednesday, October 27, from 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.  This summit offers information, strategies, and practices to empower youth in foster care and experiencing homelessness to thrive.  The virtual event format allows attendees to participate in unlimited sessions at no cost.

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