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ACOE Network Outage


July 19, 2024 – As of this morning, our network system is down. This outage impacts access to the internet, internal file drives, the use of office phones, and connections to systems like VPN and Escape. Our network operates on a Microsoft platform and could have been impacted by the global outage currently being reported in the news: View News Article

IT staff are working hard to identify the issue and develop solutions to restore these systems. However, as it stands now, we do not have a time frame for restoration of these systems. 

We'll provide more information as soon as it is available. Thank you for your patience.


ACOE Announces $8.4 M Grant for Mental Health

July 15, 2024 – HAYWARD, CA – The Alameda County Office of Education (ACOE) was awarded an $8.4 million grant from the Department of Health Care Access and Information (HCAI) to help fund and hire wellness coaches and increase capacity to support students’ mental and behavioral health needs across the county.

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ACBOE Elects New Pres & VP at Reorg Meeting


July 11, 2024 – HAYWARD, CA  – The Alameda County Board of Education voted to appoint Trustee Cheryl Cook-Kallio as the Board President and Trustee Angela Normand as the Vice President of the Board for the 2024-2025 academic year at its regular July 9, 2024 meeting. 

Newly re-elected board trustees Normand, Janevette Cole, Ken Berrick and Eileen McDonald were also sworn into office after winning their respective March 2024 elections. 

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Sunol Glen, Updated June 24, 2024

Alameda County Board of Education Statement

Chief Legal Counsel, California School Board Association’s District and County Office of Education Legal Services, Bob Tuerck's letter summarizes the laws that could go into effect if Sunol Glen Board Members are recalled. For a factual description of the multiple contingencies possible in filling vacancies under different conditions, we refer everyone to Mr. Tuerck's letter.

The Alameda County Office of Education (ACOE) has oversight responsibilities for school districts' budgets and educational plans, and we serve as a school district and provide programs to Alameda County’s most vulnerable students. As an education leadership agency, ACOE also provides training and support services for educators.


We innovate to address the pervasive issues obstructing the well-being of all students in Alameda County. We equip the most vulnerable students and those who serve them with the tools to thrive, erasing the predetermination of failure for children from communities of violence and poverty.


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