Responsibilities during an emergency
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!
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!
Stay informed about all the latest COE news. In this issue: Inclusion Collaborative Registration; Stay on the Line for 911 Responders; Employee Recognition; Open Enrollment; News and Accolades; Summer Events and Professional Development; and more.
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SCCOE Health Wellness Center
Suggestions and more ...
Idea Center: Tell us your big idea! Employee suggestions have led to many
cost-saving measures and other improvements.
Employees of the Month
Barbara has been a core member of the SCCOE Help Desk in the Technology Services Branch for almost a decade.
Robb is a wealth of knowledge when it comes to environmental education.
Kyanne is the person we all look to when there is an emergency.
The Latest Accolades
Board of Education signs AB 312 resolution
On Wednesday, Santa Clara County Board of Education adopted a resolution endorsing Assembly Bill 312 (AB 312). This bill, supported by County Superintendent of Schools Jon R. Gundry, requires special education funding rates be equalized to generate approximately $653 per student average daily attendance, the current amount is $528.
SCCOE nominates five classified school employees from across the county for statewide award –
Each year the Santa Clara County Office of Education (SCCOE) is responsible for sending up to six nominees to the California Department of Education (CDE) for their annual Classified School Employee of the Year recognition program. The Classified School Employee of the Year Program highlights the contributions of classified school employees who support the education of California's public school students in preschool through grade 12.