“The needs of our communities and our country require contributions from all who are able, not just a portion. Let’s encourage ‘Girl Power’ as part of the solution to the challenges we face.”
The mission of the Santa Barbara County Education Office is to provide service and leadership to 20 school districts, two community colleges, and more than 1,100 special needs students throughout Santa Barbara County.
We provide service and leadership to 20 school districts serving over 68,000 students throughout Santa Barbara County.
We provide professional learning
and support to teachers and
We provide business and information technology services to 20 school districts and two community colleges.
South County Office – Santa Barbara
4400 Cathedral Oaks Road, P.O. Box 6307
Santa Barbara, CA 93160-6307
North County Liaison Office – Santa Maria
402 Farnel Road, Suite M
Santa Maria, CA 93458-4960
Current educational news within Santa Barbara County.
Columns written by Santa Barbara County Superintendent of Schools Susan Salcido.
The SBCEO newsletter is published in the fall.
Highlights of the many outstanding programs and educators serving our students throughout Santa Barbara County.
Santa Barbara County Superintendent of Schools Susan Salcido interviews educators and local community leaders.
The Santa Barbara County Education Office is delighted to host students at special events throughout the school year, where they demonstrate the joy of learning through competition, collaboration, and camaraderie. Please visit the links below to see some of Santa Barbara County’s finest students and educators in action. Like us on Facebook and find more information about our events. For more photos of our special events, visit our Flickr page.
Partners in Education fulfills needs in K-12 schools and youth programs through the coordination of volunteer and business resources. The organization was formed by local business and education leaders in 1977, and is administered by the Santa Barbara County Education Office.
Thanks to the power of partnerships, more than 200,000 volunteer hours have been served at K-12 campuses and youth-serving nonprofits across Santa Barbara County, more than 11,000 computers have been delivered to families in need, and 500 plus high school students have received paid job readiness training and internship experience in the workplace.
For more information, visit: Partners in Education