Nurturing School Readiness through High-Quality Infant, Toddler, and Preschool Early Learning Programs

Welcome! The Sacramento County Office of Education (SCOE) plays a leadership role in advocating for high-quality early learning programs for all children in Sacramento County. SCOE's School Readiness Department promotes a strong early learning community to support children, families, and providers by enhancing quality and developing systems for continuous improvement through education, innovation, and collaboration.

This Web site represents a countywide collaborative vision for a centralized portal where both private and public early care and education directors and teachers, family child care providers, and school district administrators can access research-based, innovative, and promising practices and resources to enhance the quality of their programs.

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In addition, learn more about specific programs and services for K-12 public school students in Sacramento County and direct educational services for children and adults by visiting the Sacramento County Office of Education Web site.

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Food For Thought
Food For Thought is a nutrition education curriculum designed to teach preschool children good nutrition and healthy food choices. Nutrition education experiences, recipes, and hands-on activities help children learn concepts in science, math, language, and literacy. This...

 
Continue with criteria from Point level 2 and use the Ages and Stages Questionnaire (ASQ) at entry and as indicated by results thereafter. Click here for more information about the ASQ.
ASQ is a developmental and social-emotional screening for children from one month to 5 ½ years. Highly...

School Readiness Department Sacramento County Office of Education

Promoting a strong early learning community to support children, families, and providers

Mission:
To enhance quality and develop systems for continuous improvement through education, innovation, and collaboration.