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    Yolo County Childcare Stabilization Funding Now Available

     

    The Yolo County Child Care Planning Council (LPC) in collaboration with Yolo County Office of Education (YCOE) has received ONE TIME childcare emergency funding to assist families and childcare providers in Yolo County. 

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    The LPC is aware of the acute and absolute childcare needs that have emerged in Yolo County during the COVID-19 pandemic.  This emergency funding will provide stabilization for families and providers. To apply please see Child Care Stabilization funding announcement above.

    THIS MONTH'S BOARD MEETING

    The regular Board meeting is scheduled for the second Tuesday of each month (with some exceptions), at 4:30 PM on Zoom.  Please click on the following link - This month's Board Agenda to access agenda and Zoom call information.  To confirm the meeting date/time/location, contact the Superintendent's Office at (530) 668-3702.

    EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING

    The Executive Committee meets once a month (usually the first Monday of the month), at 4 PM on Zoom.   Please click on the following link -  Executive Committee Agenda to access the agenda and Zoom call information.  To confirm the meeting date/time/location, contact the Superintendent's Office at (530) 668-3702.

     

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    Yolo County Office of Education was established in 1850, Yolo County became one of the original twenty-seven counties in California. In 1852, the role of the County Superintendent was initially defined by the state legislature as an add-on function to the office of County Assessor. From 1852 to 1878, the chief fiscal officer in Yolo County was officially titled “Assessor and Superintendent of Schools.”

    In recent decades, the responsibilities of the County Superintendent have continued to grow. In 1992 a state law designed to help ensure the financial solvency of schools required county offices to monitor district finances and added new responsibilities to the County Office’s Business Services departments. In 2013, California enacted a new school funding formula model, known as the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF), and an accountability program called Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP).  These new enactments expanded the local monitoring responsibilities of all 58 county offices of education.

    Today, the Yolo County Office of Education operates under the direction of Garth Lewis who became Yolo County Superintendent of Schools on January 7, 2019.

    EMPLOYMENT Opportunities 

    For Yolo County Office of Education job opportunities check us out on Edjoin

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    Continuing Education Opportunities for

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    LCAP

    The Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) is a critical part of the new state Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF). Each school district, charter school, or county office of education must engage parents, educators, employees, and the community to establish these plans.