It’s important each year to take stock and reflect on the work and the impact of those efforts on the community.
That’s why the San Diego County Office of Education (SDCOE) publishes an Annual Report to the Community to take a look back on programs, services, and efforts that positively impacted our region’s students, families, and educators.
“Our organization’s strength is in the dedicated and passionate employees who even during a pandemic not only showed up but went above and beyond in their work on behalf of our youth,” said Dr. Paul Gothold, San Diego County superintendent of schools.
The 2020-21 Annual Report to the Community is now available on the SDCOE website. It features information about the role of SDCOE and the San Diego County Board of Education, as well as highlights SDCOE students and employees.
This edition also includes a unique timeline highlighting of the critical efforts taken by the County Office to respond to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
“From the moment the virus forced schools to close their doors in March 2020, our organization provided steady guidance and assistance with a focus on supporting all students and bringing the community together safely,” said San Diego County Board of Education President Guadalupe González. “Often, SDCOE staff members created and released support documents for planning ahead of state and national guidance for reopening and keeping students and staff safe.”
The annual report is written by the SDCOE Communications department and designed by the Creative Services team. It's recommended you download the report for optimal viewing.