- Administrative Services
- Fiscal Services
- Accounts Payable
- Human Resources
- System Support
- Statewide & Local Support Services
- Back 2 Work
- BCOE Foundations
- California Mini-Corps
- Future Educator Support
- Information Technology
- Maintenance, Operations & Facilities
- Migrant Education - Region 2
- Student Programs & Educational Support
- Butte Community Based Coalition (BCBC)
- Butte Teacher Induction
- Center for the Advancement of Digital Resources in Education (CADRE)
- Coordinated District Support
- Educational Technology
- Expanded Learning (Butte Co.) After School/Summer Camps
- Homeless & Foster Youth
- Student Health & Prevention
- Visual & Performing Arts (VAPA)
- Administrative Services
The Butte County Office of Education (BCOE) created the Schools Fire Relief Fund to provide a one-stop location where individuals or organizations can provide monetary support directly to schools in Butte County. Donors can either specify a school, distinct use (i.e. textbooks, clothes, etc.) or make an open donation. BCOE will allocate “open” donations to school districts in an amount proportional to the number of students that lost homes within those schools. Administration will have discretion to spend this money as they see fit once they receive it.
The Butte County Office of Education (BCOE) created the BCOE Employee Disaster Relief Fund to provide a one-stop location where individuals or organizations can provide monetary support directly to the employees of the Butte County Office of Education. The purpose of this fund is to centralize giving that will be used to support the affected employees of Butte County Office of Education who have experienced catastrophic loss.
This fund is available to give people the opportunity to recognize the passing of members from our BCOE community.
AWESOME (Applied Work Exceeding Standard Outcomes & Mastering Education). This fund is setup to recognize the efforts of employees and students that go above and beyond the norm.
The Susan E. Williams Scholarship recognizes a graduating senior who exhibits an interest in pursuing their passion, whether in the Arts or otherwise, and demonstrates a financial need. One recipient each year will receive a $500 award.
LEAD is a program dedicated to providing educational opportunities to at -risk students’ grades 7-12 in order to prepare them for college and career. These funds will be used to help students transition into the workforce, move on to college or vocational schools.
This fund will provide scholarships to participants of the Fresh Start Youth Farm program.
The primary purpose of this fund shall be to promote and support access and opportunities for individuals with disabilities to participate in recreation and sporting events
Contact: Tad Alexander email@example.com Fund Purpose The BCOE Arts Education Foundation (BCOE-AEF) supports Visual and Performing Arts (VAPA) programs and activities...
Our mission is to provide adapted sport and recreation opportunities and access to school aged individuals with disabilities from Butte County.
Contact: Ernesto Ruiz firstname.lastname@example.org Fund Purpose Provides funding support for the California Mini-Corps 50th Anniversary Celebration to be held at the...