California has a unique opportunity to improve public education through the adoption of the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) which are designed to increase expectations, make students globally competitive, go deeper into subjects and provide for a more active curriculum.
Early Learning Support Services (ELSS) leads San Mateo County in developing and sustaining collaborative partnerships that support equitable, high quality education and care for children birth through grade 3 and their families.
Each school in California is required to develop a school safety plan which is updated on an annual basis. The plan is intended to help create and maintain a safe environment conducive to learning for students and staff.
The SMCOE STEM Center provides teachers and administrators research-based professional development in STEM content and pedagogy to engage, educate, and inspire our 21st Century Learners.
|ELA Curriculum Development and Planning, K-12||08/04/14|
|2014 Cohort Training for Emergency Response||08/04/14|
|12th Annual Library Summer Camp||08/05/14|
|SMCOE Learning Analytics Institute||08/05/14|
|Middle School (ERWC) Expository Reading and Writing Course||08/12/14|
|National Night Out||08/05/14|
|Child Care Partnership Council Applications Being Accepted||08/22/14|
|Press Release - Child Care Partnership Council Seeks Applicants||07/24/14|
|Press Release - 937 High School Students Graduate with Seals of Biliteracy||07/22/14|
|Press Release - Child and Adult Care Food Program||07/11/14|
|Press Release - County Board of Education Appoints New Member||06/27/14|
|Redwood City Police and Fire Departments Conduct an Active Shooter Drill||06/11/14|