The San Mateo County Office of Education and our county's 23 local school districts are committed to ensuring and continuously improving the quality of learning and achievement for all students. We have launched a new way to showcase the great work that's occurring on a daily basis in schools throughout the county: Achievement in Motion: Closing the Gap (AIM).
Featured Schools: Capuchino High School, Ralston Middle School, Jefferson High School, and Parkway Heights Middle School
AIM will shine a spotlight on quality learning opportunities that are creating improved educational outcomes for historically underserved student groups in San Mateo County. Using various forms of media, we will share vignettes featuring districts, schools, programs or individual educators who are changing the equation for students by providing access to rigorous coursework and/or closing the gap between ethnic and socio-economic groups. Ultimately, the programs we highlight will successfully prepare students of color, English Learners and low-income students for success in school, college, and career.
School district employees may nominate districts, schools, programs and individual educators, by completing the nomination form and submitting it electronically through Survey Monkey. The nomination form may also be printed and returned via mail or email:
Administrator, Educational Support Services
San Mateo County Office of Education
101 Twin Dolphin Drive
Redwood City, CA 94065-1064