Get Your School Questions Answered at San Diego County Schools and Resource Fair July 15
The San Diego County Office of Education is hosting the San Diego County Schools and Resource Fair from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on July 15 at CSU San Marcos - USU Ballroom (333 S. Twin Oaks Valley Road, San Marcos, CA 92096).
Exhibitors will be on-hand for parents and families to learn about early education and pre-kindergarten to 6th grade options, career technical education, health and wellness, and community programs in their area. Families can chat with community organizations, and learn about community resources and services. Visitors also can access health screenings for COVID-19, blood pressure, vision, and cholesterol. In addition to SDCOE, more than a dozen charter and district schools have already signed up to exhibit, as well as other local and state organizations like MAAC Project and neighborhood House Association, as well as CalKIDS and CalABLE. Additional exhibitors are expected as the event nears.
Anyone thinking about becoming a teacher or changing their career path can learn more about early education and pre-K to 6th grade options, career technical education, college transfer programs, and teacher credentialing programs.
“Following on the success of our resource fair last year, we are excited to bring to North County this one-stop shop for families with questions about school, careers, and other educational resources,” said SDCOE Superintendent of Schools Dr. Paul Gothold. “In addition, those who may be considering entering the educational field will be able to speak with schools and districts about career opportunities.”
For more information, contact LaShae Collins at email@example.com or 858-295-8773.
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