Student Programs and Services offer a wide array of services and opportunities for K-12 and
Our adult career training programs, offered through the Institute of Career Education, include several health-career certificate programs and a teacher-credentialing program. For students in grades 7-12, MCOE offers an alternative education program that serves at-risk students. In addition, our Child Development and Youth Integrated Services team offers a wide spectrum of services and support to the community, ranging from preschool and afterschool, to the coordination of assistance for foster and homeless youth programs.
MCOE works diligently, in coordination with local school districts, to provide high quality services to students with disabilities including occupational and physical therapy, behavioral support and many other areas of assistance to the students of Mendocino County. As an organization we are proud to sponsor numerous countywide student events, each one of them allowing students to demonstrate competence, creativity and an opportunity to pursue their area of interest.
The programs listed reach far beyond the classroom and have a profound impact on the youth
and adults of our community.