Schools: Public Schools County Offices

Public schools operate through federal, state, and local funds, making them free and accessible to all students. North State public schools offer quality instructions and a wide range of programs and assistance to students.

Butte County Office of Education; Oroville. Committed to the success of every student & the excellence of every educator. BCOE schools offer special education, early care, homeless & migrant education services, as well as expanded learning afterschool programs, summer camps & a career & technical education center. 15 Public School districts. 1859 Bird St. (530) 532-5650.

Glenn County Office of Education; Willows. Providing quality programs & services for lifelong learning, GCOE offers community programs like early head start, S.P.A.R.K afterschool program, & the Glenn County Literacy Program, which provides free computer workshops & afterschool reading, essay writing, ESL & resume writing help. The office may help some parents with childcare payments. Some GCOE schools, like K-5 Murdoc Elementary, enrich student’s lives with a native drought tolerant garden. 9 Public School districts. 311 S Villa Ave. (530) 934-6575.

Shasta County Office of Education; Redding. Mission: To be leaders in educational excellence, offering support to schools & the community to ensure Shasta County students receive a quality education that prepares them for high school graduation & success in career & college. Visit the SCOE website to review the many programs offered, including special nutrition services & STEM events. 26 Public School districts. 1644 Magnolia Ave. (530) 225-0200.

Siskiyou County Office of Education; Yreka. Mission: Provides educational leadership, resources & services to districts & schools to ensure learning for all students. Siskiyou County Office of Education schools provide after school programs for both academic support & physical fitness as well as specialty offerings like the Science & Watershed Education Program. 26 Public School districts. 609 S. Gold St. (530) 842-8400.

Tehama County Dept. of Education; Red Bluff. Mission: To provide a world-class education for all students from early childhood to adulthood. The department serves the community by collaborating with educators, schools, parents & community partners.TCDE offers many enriching programs for Tehama county youth, including a Makerspace partnership, mentoring program & Friday Night Live Club that helps students plan community events. 14 Public School districts. 1135 Lincoln St. (530) 527-5811.

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Updated: Jul 14, 2017 @ 10:03 am