COVID-19 INFORMATION

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VCOE News
  • Fentanyl Use by Students is a Growing Concern

    The Ventura County Office of Education is joining state health officials in warning schools and families about a new and concerning version of the synthetic opioid known as fentanyl. In a letter to superintendents and charter school administrators, California ...
  • Focus on Education - August 2022

    What to Expect in the New School Year • Free Bus Rides for Kids Coming Soon • Get a Head Start on College Savings • High-Speed Internet for All • 16-Year-Olds Can Pre-Register to Vote • 3,000 Backpacks for Kids in Need • High-Tech Learning at the LMNOP Lab •...
  • What to Expect for the 2022-2023 School Year - A Message from Superintendent Morales

    In the next few weeks, nearly 130,000 students from all corners of Ventura County will be heading back to class for the 2022-2023 school year. It’s hard to believe, but this is the fourth school year in a row to be impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The good news ...

 

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COVID-19 Regulatory Documents

ESSER Plan, Operations Report, Learning Continuity & Attendance Plan, Budget Overview

Board Agendas

See current and past agendas for meetings of the Ventura County Board of Education.

LCAP Information

View the Local Control and Accountability Plans for VCOE and Ventura County school districts.

Title IX

Learn about the federal Title IX anti-discrimination law, contact the coordinator or file a complaint.

VCOE does not offer competitive athletics as defined by California Education Code 221.9(e).