Redwood City, CA—The San Mateo County Board of Education will conduct a swearing-in ceremony for County Superintendent of Schools Nancy Magee on Wednesday, November 14, 2018.
The board appointed Magee at its October 17, 2018 meeting, after former San Mateo County Superintendent of Schools Anne E. Campbell officially submitted her resignation, effective November 6.
Magee was elected Superintendent of Schools on June 5, after receiving more than 50 percent of the vote and avoiding a run-off in the November election.
Most recently, Magee served as SMCOE’s Associate Superintendent of Student Services, where she supported continuous improvement efforts and innovative practices within the organization’s special education, court, and community school programs. She also led the Coalition for Safe Schools and Communities, a countywide initiative to improve systems that supports students physical and psychological well-being and safety. Prior to her role as Associate Superintendent, Magee served as the Administrator of Board Support and Community Relations, where she supported such projects as The Big Lift and RESPECT! 24/7 and served as Secretary to the County Committee on School District Organization.
“I am truly honored to serve the students, families, and schools of San Mateo County,” shared Superintendent Magee. “I am deeply committed to carrying out SMCOE’s mission of excellence and equity in education and am committed to supporting our 23 school districts in accomplishing our shared goal to ensure every student graduates with the skills needed for success in college, career, and life.”
The ceremony will take place on November 14 at 7:00 p.m. at the San Mateo County Office of Education.
The San Mateo County Office of Education is committed to ensuring excellence and equity in education by inspiring students, investing in teachers, invigorating leaders, and involving communities.