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The latest news and events for parents and students, the community and school districts.

UPDATE: Schools to Reopen Thursday, October 31st in Some Districts after Countywide PSPS Event

UPDATE: Schools to Reopen Thursday, October 31st in Some Districts after Countywide PSPS Event

UPDATE 7:00 AM THURSDAY, 10/31/19 Manchester Union will be open today. Students and staff members should report at their usual […]

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Emergency closures for Monday, October 28th through Wednesday, October 30th, 2019

Emergency closures for Monday, October 28th through Wednesday, October 30th, 2019

The following is a list of emergency closures due to the current PSPS event: UPDATE 6:00 AM WEDNESDAY, 10/30/19 ALL […]

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SCHOOL CLOSURES DUE TO PG&E PSPS EVENT

SCHOOL CLOSURES DUE TO PG&E PSPS EVENT

We will update this information as it is made available to us.  UPDATE: 9:45 am on October 23, 2019: Round […]

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Preparing Our Students for the Future

Preparing Our Students for the Future

Mendocino County: A Perspective on Education During the 1900s, people’s livelihoods moved away from agriculture into jobs based on the […]

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School Closures Due To PG&E PSPS Event

School Closures Due To PG&E PSPS Event

We will update this information by 6:30 am each day of the PG&E PSPS event.  UPDATE AS OF 6:30 am […]

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Dental Assisting and Phlebotomy Programs Open for Applications and Testing

Dental Assisting and Phlebotomy Programs Open for Applications and Testing

Beginning October 7, 2019, the Mendocino County Office of Education’s Institute of Career Education will be testing and accepting applications […]

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We are a public agency whose primary purpose is to provide educational leadership, resources and services to schools to ensure wide-ranging educational opportunities for all students.

This mission is accomplished through cooperative efforts with teachers, school districts, families, and communities; through direct instructional programs and administrative services; and through coordination with the California Department of Education and other agencies.