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SCCOE Emergency Information

  • Your responsibilities: Do you know your responsibilities during an emergency evacuation? Whether you're an employee, manager, or a member of the facilities and maintenance group, we all have different responsibilities when it comes to emergencies. Check out this easy reference list to ensure you are prepared!
  • SCCOE Emergency Evacuation Sites
  • For more information about emergency procedures, please view our Emergency Preparedness guide.
  Make sure you are signed up for emergency messages  

The SCCOE is augmenting its internal communications to ensure all employees can be contacted via text message in the event of an emergency. Please add your cell phone number to our database so you can receive information and instructions during an emergency situation. Our existing Human Resources database (QSS) doesn't specifically identify phone numbers as cell or landlines, which is why each employee needs to add it to receive emergency notifications.

It only takes a minute, so don't miss out on these crucial messages!

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The Staff News Roundup is a bimonthly electronic publication for SCCOE employees. It highlights SCCOE news, upcoming events, professional development opportunities, and other announcements of interest to staff. Please click here to view the News Roundup Archive. To submit a news item to Roundup, please email Communications@sccoe.org

Employees of the Month

Veronica Hernandez

June 2018
Meet Veronica Hernandez, a paraeducator at Carson Elementary. Veronica has an infectious positivity that shines through, she works hard each and every day to make sure her students are succeeding and their needs are met." [More]

Cindy Nguyen

May 2018
Cindy Nguyen is an Accountant for Head Start she works for Internal Business Services at the Ridder Park office. "I am very passionate about my job, and I want to be able to do it at 110-percent." [More]

Scott Benson

April 2018
At the end of the school day, Scott's students all place their index fingers under their eyes and pull downward repeatedly, this "cry" in American Sign Language. His students don't want to go home. [More]

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