SDCOE Nominated for Golden Watchdog Award
The San Diego County Office of Education (SDCOE) is honored to be included in the list of finalists for the 27th Annual Golden Watchdog and Fleece Awards presented by the San Diego County Taxpayers Association. These awards recognize the best and worst in public spending, decision-making, and efficiency.
SDCOE was nominated for the Golden Watchdog Award in Municipal and Education Services for Development of Educational Materials on Antisemitism and Islamophobia. Through a robust Resource Guide Library, SDCOE provides helpful tools, information, and support for parents and educators to help students process challenging topics, including:
- Educator Resources to Address Antisemitism in Public Schools
- Guide to Supporting Muslim Students
- Resources for Educators, Families to Discuss the Events in Israel and Gaza with Students
Congratulations to all the finalists in our category:
Golden Watchdog Award in Municipal and Education Services
- County of San Diego - Partner Relay Program
- Helix Water District - Tunnel Hill Tanks Rehabilitation Project
- San Diego County Office of Education - Development of Educational Materials on Antisemitism and Islamophobia
- San Diego Unified School District and The San Diego Foundation - Level Up SD
Winners will be announced at the Goldens awards program on Thursday, Nov. 16.
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