SJCOE

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Veronica Ramos Selected as new Migrant Education Director


SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY, CA- Veronica Ramos has been running Migrant Education Region 23, as interim director since December of 2011— on Friday, May 4th Dr. Mick Founts, Superintendent of San Joaquin County Office of Education  announced on Ramo’s selection. Continue reading

Competition prepares Students for Bright Future


San Joaquin CountyOver 180 San Joaquin County high school students gathered at the San Joaquin County Office of Education (SJCOE) Tuesday, February 28, to prepare for the Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) state competition. Continue reading

Mock Trials: Tracy High heads to State competition


Tracy High Mock Trial Champs / Photo SJCOE

Shelly Reilly / SJCOE Public Information Specialist
Special to Bilingual Weekly

The final championship round of the San Joaquin County Mock Trial competition took place February 28, 2011, at the Wentworth Education Center of the San Joaquin County Office of Education. Continue reading

A teacher to teacher conversation with Larry Bell


Stockton, CA / Bilingual Weekly

Are math word problems killing your students’ test scores? Can’t find how to inspire uninspired kids? Are you inadvertently alienating your students of color? Continue reading

SJBFA: re-Building a future


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Stockton, CA / Jacqueline Ratto
Special to Bilingual Weekly

On January 12, San Joaquin County Office of Education proudly presented a brand new charter school to the community: San Joaquin Building Futures Academy, during its open house and Greater Stockton Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting ceremony. Continue reading

SJCOE gets new act


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Stockton, CA / Bilingual Weekly

Peter Jaffe, Music Director and Conductor of the Stockton Symphony shared a secret with the people attending one.Charter Academy of Visual and Performing Arts Open House and Ribbon Cutting… he is also a mathematician. Continue reading

Migrant Ed bids year end at Edison


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Stockton, CA / Bilingual Weekly

Some 300 migrant worker parents gathered at Edison High School on Thursday, December 9, 2010, for the last time this year. They heard the report of the different school districts’ parent liaisons and learned the latest developments on programs available to further their children and/or families’ welfare. Continue reading

A Ford Fiesta could fit 700 Camp-going students


Stockton, CA / Bilingual Weekly

The year was 1976 and Steve Kubitz was a schoolboy experiencing his first Science Camp. The memories stuck and now Kubitz —a 6’-6” chunk of a man dressed in suit and tie— is helping hundreds of other schoolboys to also experience Science Camp. Continue reading

Instilling green schooling


Stockton, CA / Bilingual Weekly

Venture Academy Family of Schools’ (VAFS) New Energy Academy students tried their hand at public speaking, giving the keynote address at the October 29th inaugural “Pathways to Green Schools Conference and Exhibition” at the Hilton Stockton Hotel. Continue reading

I Know of Migrant Kids


LARRY ACEVES, CANDIDATE FOR CALIFORNIA SUPERINTENDENT OF EDUCATION

Stockton, CA / Bilingual Weekly

He started as a kindergarten teacher back in 1974. Now Larry Aceves is vying to be California’s top education boss. Continue reading

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