Mendocino County Office of Education Public Relations
The Mendocino County Office of Education (MCOE) is responsible for regulatory oversight and structural support for schools in Mendocino County. As California State educational priorities shift, along with the funding to support them, MCOE must continually adjust its services–and the expectations of its stakeholders. Even within the confines of a highly regulated environment, MCOE seeks to encourage creativity and innovation. Even with the region’s rural and remote geography, MCOE seeks to promote collaboration. Even with the high poverty rates, MCOE seeks to promote academic excellence.
The Mendocino County Office of Education provides educational leadership, resources, and services to schools to ensure an array of educational opportunities for all students through collaborative efforts with its communities and agencies. It serves 12 school districts, 13,000 students, 750 educators, and a county with a population of 88,000.
I appreciate how Jendi has really taken the time to understand our agency, allowing her to provide the best possible communication services. Because of Jendi, MCOE has established relationships with various media outlets and other local organizations that enable us to share the wonderful work we do for students in Mendocino County.
– Becky Jeffries, Assistant Superintendent