Board of Education

The Mendocino County Board of Education derives its powers from the Constitution of California (Article 9, Section 7) and from California Education Code. The Mendocino County Board of Education consists of five trustees based on the Mendocino County Supervisorial Districts. Board members are elected to four-year terms and must reside in their respective trustee areas. A president and a vice-president are elected by the Board at its annual organizational meeting in December. A quorum of three members is required to conduct official business.


The County Board of Education is committed to providing the leadership necessary to meet the educational needs of a multicultural and diverse student population to increase student success.


Educational Success for All Students


DateTimeLocationAdditional Information
2020.12.1410 a.m.MCOE, Multimedia Lab
2020.12.0710 a.m.TBD
2020.11.0910 a.m.Round Valley
2020.10.1210 a.m.Manchester Firehouse
2020.09.145:00 - 08:00 p.m.MCOE, Multimedia LabVideo Conference
2020.08.1010 a.m.MCOE, Multimedia Lab
2020.07.2710 a.m.Virtual
2020.06.2210 a.m.Virtual
2020.05.111:30 - 3:30 p.m.VirtualBoard Budget Workshop
2020.04.1310 a.m.VirtualBoard Budget Workshop
2020.03.0910 a.m.MCOE, Multimedia Lab
2020.02.1010 a.m.Anderson Valley High School, Career Center
2020.02.079:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.Stanford InnAnnual Planning Workshop
2020.01.1310 a.m.MCOE, Multimedia LabVideo Conference
2019.12.0910 a.m.MCOE, East Room
2019.11.0410 a.m.Laytonville Unified
2019.10.1410 a.m.Point Arena High School Library
2019.09.095:00-8:00 p.m.MCOE, East RoomVideo Conference
2019.08.1210 a.m.MCOE, East Room