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Region 3 Events and Services

The ten county offices of education in Region 3 provide a variety of support services to districts to help their students meet California’s standards. They also support local schools and districts in meeting state and federal accountability requirements. County offices provide help in the areas of student services, curriculum and instruction, fiscal accountability, human resources, business services, and technology. Each county office of education provides a unique set of services. Collectively, these services fall into three categories: Facilitating Planning, Building Leadership, and Supporting Curriculum, Instruction and Improvement.

If you are looking for current workshops, professional learning opportunities or support services, you may want to first consult with your local county office of education to determine the options that are available locally.

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Date Title Description
5/17/2018 English Learner Coordinators' Network Meeting ELCN California Department of Education Information
3/22/2018 English Learner Coordinators' Network Meeting ELCN California Department of Education Information
12/14/2017 English Learner Coordinators' Network Meeting ELCN California Department of Education Information
9/21/2017 English Learner Coordinators' Network Meeting ELCN California Department of Education Information
6/22/2017 State and Federal Program Directors Meeting The State and Federal Program Directors meet most months to discuss current information that has implications on federal, state, and local plans; compliance and reporting updates; and standards, assessment, and accountability news.
6/5/2017 – 6/5/2017 Title I- Foster Student Stability Transportation Planning This session addresses the ESSA requirements for Title I-Foster Youth educational stability which went into effect in December 2016. Each LEA needs a point of contact and a plan that addresses school of origin, immediate enrollment, records transfer, points of contact, and transportation. District and Charter School State/Federal Program Directors and Foster Youth Coordinators are encouraged to attend as a team.
5/25/2017 – 5/25/2017 State and Federal Program Directors Meeting The State and Federal Program Directors meet most months to discuss current information that has implications on federal, state, and local plans; compliance and reporting updates; and standards, assessment, and accountability news.
5/18/2017 English Learner Coordinators' Network Meeting The Sacramento County Office of Education (SCOE) hosts quarterly meetings for Coordinators of English Learner programs in Sacramento County. Administrators from districts throughout the Capital Service Region (Region 3) are welcome to attend.
4/27/2017 State and Federal Program Directors Meeting The State and Federal Program Directors meet most months to discuss current information that has implications on federal, state, and local plans; compliance and reporting updates; and standards, assessment, and accountability news.
3/30/2017 English Learner Coordinators' Network Meeting The Sacramento County Office of Education (SCOE) hosts quarterly meetings for Coordinators of English Learner programs in Sacramento County. Administrators from districts throughout the Capital Service Region (Region 3) are welcome to attend.
3/23/2017 State and Federal Program Directors' Meeting The State and Federal Program Directors meet most months to discuss current information that has implications on federal, state, and local plans; compliance and reporting updates; and standards, assessment, and accountability news.
2/23/2017 State and Federal Program Directors' Meeting The State and Federal Program Directors meet most months to discuss current information that has implications on federal, state, and local plans; compliance and reporting updates; and standards, assessment, and accountability news.
2/21/2017 Dr. Fullan Workshop Coherence: The Right Drivers in Action for Schools, Districts, and Systems Complex times call for clear solutions. If initiative overload and fragmentation are keeping your best plans from being reality, it’s time to start leading differently. The key to bringing about the kind of successful and sustainable change you need is the Coherence Framework. School and district leadership teams will benefit from learning about the Coherence Framework which provides a dynamic, customizable road map made up of four essential components: • Focusing direction to build collective purpose • Cultivating collaborative cultures while clarifying individual and team roles • Deepening learning to accelerate improvement and foster innovation • Securing accountability from the inside out Coherence provides the insights and tools to drive effective leadership.
1/30/2017 Title I and the Arts -Build Understanding of why and how Title I funds can be used for support of Art Programs. -Models of Art Programs developed in SPSA plans funded by Title I. -Provide resources to support the development of the Single Plan for Student Achievement. (SPSA) -Provide Support to Schools/Districts in the implementation of the Arts through Title I Funding.
1/26/2017 State & Federal Program Directors' Meeting The State and Federal Program directors meet most months to discuss current information that has implications on federal, state, and local plans; compliance and reporting updates; and standards, assessment, and accountability news.
12/15/2016 State & Federal Program Directors' Meeting Region 3 State and Federal Program Directors' Meeting
12/13/2016 – 12/14/2016 California SUMS Initiative - Regional County Office Team Training County office teams and LEA representatives from throughout California’s 11 CCSESA Regions will attend this training to learn more about their role in the California Scale-Up MTSS Statewide Scale Up Multi-Tiered System of Support (SUMS) Initiative. They will also be provided with training on the Schoolwide Integrated Framework (SWIFT) model framework for implementing MTSS.
12/8/2016 English Learner Coordinators' Network Meeting The Sacramento County Office of Education (SCOE) hosts quarterly meetings for Coordinators of English Learner programs in Sacramento County. Administrators from districts throughout the Capital Service Region (Region 3) are welcome to attend. https://www.scoe.net/elcn
10/6/2016 Title I Technical Assistance Training: Focus on Federal Program Monitoring Join us for a one-day session to learn about the California Department of Education’s (CDE) Title I Program compliance monitoring process and content. Dr. Larry Boese from the Title I Monitoring and Support Office, will provide all the latest technical assistance to districts in our area. Use this opportunity to refine and update site and district practices before future FPM monitoring visits! Featuring: Dr. Larry Boese, Education Programs Consultant, Title I Monitoring and Support Office, CDE. Participation is open to districts in and near Region 3, regardless of FPM monitoring selection. Who Should Attend: State and Federal Program Directors, Fiscal/Business counterparts, (budgets and CARS), other district leaders responsible for implementing Title I, Part A and other federal programs, Title I school principals and SSC chairs.
10/4/2016 – 11/3/2016 Preparing English Learners for Success in the Common Core Day 1: Participants will learn about establishing school-wide academic interaction norms and practices that are aligned with the ELD Standards and practical ways they can expand students’ command of advanced vocabulary and sentence structure through mindful, precise language modeling and consistent use of appropriate academic register. See flyer for details. Day 2: Participants will learn about the shifts in emphasis with academic speaking and writing instruction and assessment initiated by the Common Core Standards and the new ELA/ELD Framework. Dr. Kinsella will demonstrate practical, classroom-tested instructional routines to integrate relatively brief but potent doses of academic speaking and writing support. See flyer for details.
9/30/2016 State and Federal Accountability Update Be the first to learn about California’s new Accountability System! Featuring: Nancy Brownell, Senior Fellow, Local Control and Accountability, State Board of Education, and Keric Ashley, Deputy Superintendent of District, School, and Innovation Branch, California Department of Education. Topics Include: ESSA Accountability Requirements, State Board of Education’s approved LCAP Rubric, California’s plan for implementing a single, coherent accountability and continuous improvement system Who Should Attend? State and Federal Program Directors, District Education Services Staff, LCAP Coordinators, Administrators for Accountability, Testing, and Evaluation.
9/22/2016 State & Federal Program Directors' Meeting Region 3 State and Federal Program Directors' Meeting
9/22/2016 September English Learner Coordinators' Network Meeting ELCN California Department of Education Information