Dear Colleagues,

The holiday season is upon us and as we navigate to-do lists, obligations and celebrations, I encourage you to take time to remember and be thankful for the people and things you are truly grateful for as November is National Gratitude Month. Studies have shown that expressing gratitude can provide mental and physical benefits, including improved sleep, mood and immunity. 


This month is also Native American Heritage Month where we reflect and recognize the rich histories, diverse cultures and acknowledge the important contributions of Native people. Our Curriculum & Instruction team created an elementary and secondary curriculum for educators as a resource and to prompt discussions in the classroom to help raise awareness about Native American history. 


I could not be more proud that our agency was selected to be the state lead for Project ARISE and awarded a $9.8 million grant by CDE to support the state’s literacy initiatives. We will be developing professional learning opportunities and sharing best practices to administrators and educators throughout the state, so be on the lookout for that in the coming months. 


In closing, I am grateful for the opportunity to serve Contra Costa County and appreciate everyone in our education community who works day in and day out for students. You inspire, care, guide, and open doors for the youth in this county. 

With gratitude, 

Lynn Mackey

Contra Costa County Superintendent of Schools

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School Highlight: Fire Science at Freedom High School

Video Showcases CCCOE Fire Science Class at Freedom High School

English Learner Professional Development Opportunities

The Elementary Dual Language Pedagogy Institute for Elementary Administrators/Leaders is a four-part series designed to support planning, implementing, strengthening, and sustaining dual language programs.

11/1, 12/13

All sessions 9:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.

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Engage in discussions for the development of visionary policies, programs, and services that ensure equitable opportunities and outcomes for English learners. Develop a strategy for beginning or refining approach to writing EL Master Plan.


9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

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This webinar will showcase specific skills and strategies for supporting teachers in leveraging students’ and families’ cultural and linguistic assets, harnessing formative assessment to guide instruction, and facilitating intentional, collaborative planning of integrated and designated ELD using the ELD standards.


2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.

The CoP sessions provide time and space for collaborative work and conversation, diving deeper into the work of writing and developing EL Master Plans using the EL Master Plan Playbook as a guide.

11/9, 1/11, 3/1, 5/3;

All sessions 9:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.

Participants will have the opportunity to collaborate and engage with current information, shared resources, and develop stronger pathways for biliteracy in their districts. 

11/14, 1/18

1:00 p.m.-2:30 p.m.

Focuses on classroom practices, teaching, learning, and specific instructional strategies. Integration of language development and content knowledge, planning responsive

designated ELD, and learning high-leverage instructional strategies

that build comprehension, and support active engagement.

11/15*, 12/14, 1/17, 3/2, 4/20, 5/4*; 3:15 p.m. -5:15 p.m.

*Community of Practice Sessions: 3:15 p.m. -4:30 p.m.

California Preschool Instructional Network (CPIN)

Sign up now for our November PD sessions. We will offer a Physical Development Series as well as the Preschool English Learners (PEL) Guide Overview in two parts. Registration closes one week prior to the date of the professional development session.  

Audience: All PK and TK teachers, instructional assistants, center based and home based early childhood providers, RNR partners

Date/Time: November 2022

Cost: Free

For additional information or to request professional development opportunities for the PK/TK field, please contact John Moon, Bay Region 4 CPIN Coordinator at

California Association for Environmental & Outdoor Education (AEOE) Fall Meet-Up 

Join educators from around the Bay Area to tour the Point Bonita YMCA in Sausalito, participate in networking activities and engage in group discussions.

Audience: TK - 12 teachers and administrators

Date/Time: November 6, 1:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.

Cost: $15


For more information, please contact Tracy McManus at

Data-Driven Decision-Making Training Series for Educational Leaders Module 1

This training series will consist of four 90 minute modules and will include opportunities for attendees to engage with their statewide assessment data, as well as assessment tools. It is recommended that teams attend one session from each module

Module 1: Starting with Summative Results will cover data available from summative assessments and how that can be used as a jumping off point to find areas of opportunity and connections to classroom teaching and learning.

Audience: This training series is designed for school and district leaders, including TOSAs, academic coaches, curriculum staff and others interested in accelerating learning using assessment data. Team attendance is encouraged, and teams could include: Assessment Coordinators (LEA or site level), Curriculum leads, Teacher leaders or coaches.

Date: November 7, 2022, 3:00 p.m.-4:30 p.m.


Cost: Free

Family & Community Engagement Webinar: Youth Vaping 101

Learn about the latest tobacco products used by young people, the impact of vaping (tobacco and cannabis) on young people, and ways that adults can support young people in their lives.

Date/Time: November 10, 2022; 6:00 p.m.-7:30 p.m.

Cost: Free

Audience: Parents/guardians, family members, school administrators and staff, and other caring adults.

Shisha, Hookah, and Waterpipe Tobacco Smoking Health Effects, Patterns of Use and Policy Implications

A 90-minute webinar from the Tobacco-Related Disease Research Program (TRDRP). The webinar will cover health effects, usage patterns, and health policy implications of hookah and waterpipe tobacco use.

Date: November 10, 2022; 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

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Boosting Instruction with Formative Assessment and Accessibility Strategies

The Tools for Teachers website provides educators with instructional and professional learning resources that are embedded with formative assessment and accessibility strategies. This webinar series is intended for all local educational staff, including administrators and classroom educators. Each webinar in the series will feature California educators sharing how they use Tools for Teachers and related resources to support teaching and learning in the classroom, and each webinar will include a questions-and-answer session.

Audience: LEA staff, including administrators and classroom teachers.

Date: November 15, 2022, 3:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m.


Cost: Free

CA Dashboard Updates 

CDE will be hosting four webinars in November to support LEAs with the release of the 2022 Dashboard. The webinars will offer participants the foundational knowledge needed to understand and review the data that will be released.

To communicate the availability of EL outcome data across the Dashboard, a new English Learner flyer, “EL Students on the Dashboard,” has been developed and will be posted in November 2022 on the 2022 Dashboard Communications Toolkit webpage. Additionally, a flyer on “EL Student Performance within the Academic Indicator” has been created to point to the specific resources on the Dashboard that support and summarize the results of Reclassified, English Learner Only and English Only students on both Academic Indicators. This flyer will also be posted in November 2022 on the 2022 Dashboard Communications Toolkit webpage.

Date/Time: November 15, 2022, from 2:30 p.m.- 4:00 p.m.

ELPAC Updates

A webinar to answer test administration questions for the Summative Alternate ELPAC for LEA ELPAC coordinators and trainers. Recordings and slides will be available after the training in Moodle, under the Trainer Resources course.

Date/Time: November 15, 2022, 2:30 p.m.–3:30 p.m. 

Alternative-to-Suspension (Intervention) Programs

Brief Intervention (BI) is a short-term intervention that consists of 2-4 sessions aimed at adolescents who use tobacco, cannabis/marijuana, alcohol, and/or other drugs. Healthy Futures is a small group program for students who were caught with e-cigarettes/vape pens. Healthy Futures is complementary to BI. Those trained in BI are welcome to attend this training, although past BI training is not required.

Brief Intervention 2-Part Training

·    Session 1: Wednesday, November 16, 2022; 8:30 AM-12:00 PM

·    Session 2: Thursday, November 17, 2022; 8:30 AM-12:00 PM




Healthy Futures Training

·    Thursday, January 26, 2023; 11:00 AM - 2:30 PM



6 Shifts Book Study (Virtual)

Meet with other Administrators, Coaches, and Teachers on Special Assignment to engage in conversations around literacy, explore research-aligned strategies, and reflect on the current instructional practices in your school or district. The authors, Jan Burkins and Kari Yates, wrote this concise, practical guide to help educators implement small instructional shifts in order to unlock literacy for more children.

Date: November 17, 2022, 2:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m.

Cost: Free

Audience: Administrators, Coaches, and Teachers on Special Assignment


Brief Intervention for Substance Using Adolescents (2-part)

Brief Intervention (BI) is a short-term counseling style of intervention that consists of 2 to 4 sessions aimed at adolescents who use tobacco, cannabis/marijuana, alcohol and/or other drugs. This approach uses Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, and the Stages of Change Model to meet the needs of adolescents.

Dates: (must attend both dates)

Session 1: November 16, 2022; 8:30am-12:00pm

Session 2: November 17, 2022; 8:30am-12:00pm

Cost: Free

Audience: TUPE site coordinators, counselors, administrators, Health/Wellness Center staff, community-based organization staff providing school-based services

Engaging and Partnering with Tribes to Support P-3 Alignment (November 17)

The CDE is pleased to announce the next installment of the Opportunities for All Branch’s Preschool Through Third Grade (P-3) webinar series, Engaging and Partnering with Tribes to Support P-3 Alignment.

Date: November 17 from 3:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Audience: This webinar is designed to inform and support LEAs, community-based organizations, and their partners to better understand the sovereignty of tribal nations and the history of their interactions with public education systems as well as learn from tribal leaders and parents about how to effectively partner with tribes and engage with and support representation of tribal families from preschool through third grade.

Pretest Virtual Training Series- Preparing for Testing

The 2022-23 Pretest Virtual Training Series provides coordinators with the information needed to successfully prepare for and administer the CAASPP and the ELPAC. By request from the field, the content has been modified to be presented over the course of several sessions to provide local education agencies (LEAs) with timely information, training, and support throughout the year. 

Workshop Prerequisites: LEA CAASPP and ELPAC coordinators who have been in theri role for less than 12 months or want a refresher on the coordinator responsibilities should attend the New Coordinator Training in June for the ELPAC and in September for the CAASPP as well as the New Coordinator Webinars offered throughout the year. The following videos are recommended before attending this training. CAASPP 101    ELPAC 101

Dates: November 17 - Get to know the Test Operations Management System!

December 15 - ELPAC What’s New for Testing?

January 12, 2023 - CAASPP What’s New for Testing?

February 9, 2023 - Administering and Monitoring Testing

Time: 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.


Cost:  Free

Audience: LEA CAASPP and ELPAC coordinators who have been in theri role for less than 12 months or want a refresher on the coordinator responsibilities. Experienced coordinators only need to attend the What’s new session(s) for their respective program(s).

Lunch and Learn for Computer Science Education Week, by Bay Region Computer Science (BARCS)

Join Contra Costa, San Mateo, and Santa Clara County Offices of Education for a drop in "Lunch and Learn" session to get and share ideas just in time for CS Ed Week. Whether you are looking for help integrating computer science into your class or just want to network with other CS educators in the Bay area, this meeting is for you! Bring your food and jump into the virtual meeting. Drop in and out as your schedule allows.

Date/Time: November 29, 2022 Drop in between 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Cost: Free

Audience: All grade levels and experience welcome!


Getting Reading Right

The Getting Reading Right initiative started by the Los Angeles County Office of Education is dedicated to building teacher knowledge around the Science of Reading. This workshop is designed as a Trainer of Trainers with materials to support the work. 

Date/Time: December 1, 2022, 2:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m.


Cost: Free


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California Math Council (CMC) North Conference

Leaning In, Moving Forward, Mathematics for All! Asilomar is a place to gets lots of new lessons and ideas to use in your classroom. Attend sessions led by teachers and other educators from all levels and all over California, the US, and beyond. Experience hands-on workshops and fun-filled activities you will want to share with your colleagues and students. The Asilomar conference offers a rich variety of experiences to suit every grade level and to cover all strands of mathematics.

Date: December 2-4

Cost: $190 before 10/15, $250 after 10/15

Audience: All TK-12 educators, instructional coaches, administrators

For more information, please contact Christen Northrop, Mathematics Coordinator at 

Talk, Write, Draw: Tools for Making Meaning in Science

Learn how to engage your students in science from the educators at the California Academy of Sciences in this virtual workshop.

Audience: 4th - 12th grade teachers

Date/Time: December 3, 9:00 p.m.-11:00 a.m.

Cost: $25


For more information, please contact Tracy McManus at

SOGIE: Inclusive & Expansive Schools Training for Classroom-Based Educators (2-part)

Through an intersectional healing centered framework, participants will increase their understanding and develop skills to create safer, more inclusive classroom environments for young people who identify as LGBTQI+. The training will cover the foundational concepts of sexual orientation, gender identity and expression (SOGIE), health and educational disparities facing LGBTQI+ youth, laws that protect students, resources available, and specific strategies for classroom teachers and other staff working in a classroom or group environment.

Audience: Teachers, school staff, community-based organization staff who provide school-based services. This training is most appropriate for classroom-based educators.

Dates: (must attend both dates)

Session 1: January 23, 2023; 3:30 p.m.-5:00 p.m.

Session 2: January 25, 2023; 3:30 p.m-5:00 p.m.


Cost: Free

SOGIE: Inclusive & Expansive Schools Training for Counselors/Health Center Staff (1-part)

Through an intersectional healing centered framework, participants will increase their understanding and develop skills to create safer, more inclusive classroom environments for young people who identify as LGBTQI+. The training will cover the foundational concepts of sexual orientation, gender identity and expression (SOGIE), health and educational disparities facing LGBTQI+ youth, laws that protect students, resources available, and specific strategies for classroom teachers and other staff working in a classroom or group environment.

Audience: Counselors, Health/Wellness Center staff, school administrators, school nurses. This training is most appropriate for those who provide student services outside the classroom setting.

Date: January 24, 2023; 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m

Registration: Register for a Virtual SOGIE Training for Counselors/Health Center Staff

Cost: Free

Family & Community Engagement Workshop: Tobacco Impacts Youth Mental Health

Interactive virtual workshop focused on the intersection between youth mental health, wellness, and tobacco use. Presented in partnership with the Wellness In Schools Program (WISP). Simultaneous Spanish interpretation.

Audience: Parents/guardians, family members, school administrators and staff, and other caring adults.

Date/Time:  January 24, 2023; 6:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m.


Cost: Free

Healthy Futures Small Group Intervention Program for Students Caught Vaping

Learn about the Stanford Tobacco Prevention Toolkit Healthy Futures program, a small group alternative-to-suspension (intervention) for students who were caught with e-cigarettes/vape pens. This is a complimentary program to the one-on-one intervention program, Brief Intervention (BI). Those trained in BI are welcome to attend this training, although past participation in a BI training is not required.


Option 2: January 26, 2023; 1:00 p.m.-2:30 p.m.

Cost: Free

Audience: TUPE site coordinators, counselors, administrators, Health/Wellness Center staff, community-based organization staff providing school-based services

Youth Mental Health First Aid (YMHFA) Training

YMHFA teaches participants to identify, understand, and respond to youth, ages 6-18, who may experiencing emotional distress, mental illness or a substance use issue. This training gives adults the skills they need to reach out and provide initial support and help connect them with appropriate and timely care.

Training Prerequisites: Participants must complete 2 hours of self-paced online instruction prior to the live virtual instructor-led training.

Audience: Adults who work or interact with youth ages 6-18 years old.


Option 2: February 9, 2023; 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.

Option 3: April 25, 2023; 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.

Cost: Free

Register for February 9 Virtual YMHFA Training

Register for April 25 Virtual YMHFA Training

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Contra Costa County Library News

Picture Book Month

November is Picture Book Month, and the Library is celebrating with Pete the Cat. Reading picture books helps children cultivate an appreciation for art while strengthening their visual skills. They learn about the structure of a story and build their vocabulary and comprehension. Picture books are meant to be a shared experience between a child, or a group of children, and a trusted adult which helps to build a unique bond. Visit any branch to enjoy Pete the Cat themed activities including a scavenger hunt and a guessing jar game. Plus, check out any five picture books and show your receipt to win a prize.

 Library of Things 

Visit the Library of Things page to learn about and check out items like wi-fi hotspots or Outdoor Explorer backpacks that can be used to explore East Bay parks and trails. The Energy Efficiency kits which include an electric use meter for testing home electric appliances and thermometers to test refrigerators/freezers and room temperatures. The kits can help improve energy efficiency in your home and may save you money. Visit for details and other fun and useful items available for checkout.

National Geographic Kids  

Get access to the National Geographic Kids magazine, more than 500 National Geographic Kids books, 900 kid-friendly, downloadable images, and more than 200 videos. Enjoy endless opportunities for kids to explore amazing adventures in science, nature, culture, archaeology, and space. Best for children aged 6–14. Visit the digital resources page at

TumbleBook Library

This resource features interactive, animated stories, puzzles and games. There are stories by well-known authors, original stories, classic fairy tales, puzzles and games in English, Spanish, French and a mobile version. Some bilingual stories are also available. Visit the digital resources page at

More Info

For more information on all Contra Costa County Library programs, resources and events, visit

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California Grant Portal

The California State Library has launched a new website that streamlines all available state agency grants for education, small businesses, nonprofits, individuals, tribal governments, and more!

CS Leaders Prize: Expand Computer Science at Your School, Win $10,000

To help more students access computer science (CS), especially students from underserved communities, is partnering with DonorsChoose to award $1 million to U.S. schools. This CS Education Week, December 5-9, 2022, one middle and high school in every U.S. state and D.C. will be awarded the CS Leaders Prize of $10,000 to help establish computer science education for their students.

To be eligible a school must commit to:

  • Add a new Computer Science Principles, Computer Science A, or Computer Science Discoveries course using to your course schedule.
  • Describe how you plan to continue expanding access to CS in your school and/or district.
  • Provide a short statement of support from district leadership for expanding CS opportunities as a district priority.
  • Organize a school-wide Hour of Code or other event/assembly for CSEdWeek to inspire students to explore CS and to encourage diverse participation by historically underrepresented groups.
  • In addition to the $10,000 awarded to the school to fund a project(s) of the school's creation through DonorsChoose, the implementing teacher(s) in each winning school will receive a no-cost scholarship to attend's Professional Learning Program.

Enter your submission before November 21, 2022

Audience: Middle and High School Educators

Date/Time: Deadline is November 21, 2022

Cost: Free


For more information, please contact Christen Northrop at or Steve Bateman at 

Marmaduke High School Counselor Award  (Deadline Extended to December 1)

The deadline for nominations for the 2023 Arthur S. Marmaduke High School Counselor Award has been extended to December 1, 2022. Each year, the California Student Aid Commission (CSAC) solicits nominations recommending a California high school counselor who demonstrates effectiveness serving students in preparing for and pursuing their higher education. The candidate may be nominated by their district and county leadership, fellow school counselor/teacher, school principal, or another site administrator. Submit your nomination today through SurveyMonkey.

National Board Certification Subsidy Award Program Application (Deadline: January 3, 2023)

Are you a credentialed teacher thinking about next steps in the professional career continuum? Ready for a new challenge to elevate your teaching? Your experience in the classroom puts you on the path to National Board Certification. Review the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS) Get Started web page to verify that you meet the NBPTS eligibility requirements. Visit the CDE CA NBPTS Candidate Subsidy Program web page to read more about the program. Make sure your school is on the 2022-23 Eligible High Priority Schools List California NBPTS Certification Incentive Program list on that web page. Create an account on the NBPTS National Board Certification web page and obtain a Candidate ID. Then, apply through the CDE California NBPTS Candidate Subsidy survey web page by January 3, 2023.

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Public Health Alert! Rainbow Fentanyl

The California Department of Public Health recently sent a letter to all California County and District Superintendents and Charter School Administrators, alerting them to the dangers of rainbow fentanyl. The letter outlines the concerning trends, the impact on young people, and what we can do to help save lives.

Help Project ALERT Update Their Videos!

 Classroom videos are a vital part of the Project ALERT curriculum. However, these videos are looking out of date! Schools and organizations are invited to gather a team of your future screenwriters, production managers, and actors to update one (or both!) of the classic video lessons, Lindsey’s Choice or Pot, the Party Crasher, so that they are relevant and engaging for today’s students.

 The two winning video submissions will become part of our nationally known and widely used Project ALERT curriculum. The winning teams will each receive a $1,000 gift card! Visit the video contest webpage for the intent to submit the form and guidelines. Deadline: December 31, 2022

"Let's Talk Tobacco" Conversation Starter Card Deck

The "Let's Talk Tobacco" Conversation Starter Cards are a resource for parents and other adults to assist in initiating and inspiring discussions about tobacco with young people in their life. The deck contains 35 open-ended questions, resources, and tips for productive conversations.

Applications Open for #CaliforniansForAll College Corps Fellows

The #CaliforniansForAll College Corps is a statewide service initiative that helps low-income students graduate on time and with less debt. Students will receive $10,000 for their service while helping to take climate action, tutor and mentor low-income K–12 students, support food insecurity, and more. Over the next two years, 6,500 College Corps Fellows will tackle challenging issues facing our state—this program is roughly the size of the entire Peace Corps. For the first time, Assembly Bill 540 CA Dream Act students will also have the opportunity to participate in a state service program. Learn more on the California Volunteers Californians for All College Corps web page.

California Dashboard Toolkit

After a two year absence due to the COVID-19 pandemic, CDE’s Analysis, Measurement, and Accountability Reporting Division has released a 2022 California School Dashboard Communications Toolkit to increase awareness and use of the 2022 Dashboard, which is scheduled for release later this year. This convenient, full-service toolkit contains a variety of parent and educator resources to help bring the components of the Dashboard closer to home to districts, schools, and communities.  

Free Online Homework Help

The California State Library provides free online tutoring for California K-12 students, available through public libraries. Through HelpNow, live real-time homework assistance is available 24 hours a day by laptop, tablet, or phone from qualified tutors using state curriculum and standards. Live tutors fluent in Spanish, Mandarin, Cantonese, Vietnamese, and Tagalog are available from 10am to 10p., 7 days a week. Additionally, HelpNow features AI translation allowing tutors and students to communicate in nearly any language.

K–12 Online Content Project Adds PBS Video Collection

California public school students and educators now have access to over 1,200 streaming PBS videos covering topics in science, history, current events, music, and drama. The PBS Video Collection (Fourth Edition) from ProQuest, part of the Clarivate company, is the latest addition to the K–12 Online Content Project, a partnership between the California State Library and the Riverside County Office of Education for school library content and tools. Learn more on the California State Library PBS Video Collection web page, which includes highlights and a full list of video titles. Contact with questions. 

New State Seal of Biliteracy Information and Resources Available

The beginning of the school year is an excellent time to share information about the California State Seal of Biliteracy (SSB) with students, families, teachers, paraprofessionals, counselors, and others. Please share SSB information with students and families starting in grade nine or earlier to ensure that students have time to prepare to meet the requirements by high school graduation. Outreach and information sharing with English learners and other multilingual learners and their families is particularly important, as these students are already on the path to biliteracy or multiliteracy. The CDE SSB web page has been updated with new information and resources for the 2022–23 school year. If you have questions about the SSB, please contact Gina Garcia-Smith, Education Programs Consultant, Multilingual Support Division, at 916-319-0265 or

Educational Programming of edTV 

Looking for some additional quality Monday-Friday educational programming at home or in the classroom? Check out the latest edTV broadcasts here.

Programs scheduled include (times are approximate):

  • Number Talk, presented by the Khan Academy and CCCOE , K-5 math lessons in English and Spanish: 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
  • Food Kids, lessons in purchasing, growing and preparing healthy meals: 12:00-12:30 p.m.
  • STEM in 30, Emmy-nominated program produced by the Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum: 12:30 -1:00 p.m.
  • National Arts Gallery, outstanding stories about artists and art movements from around the world: 1:00-2:00 p.m.
  • Number Talk (repeat of morning broadcast), presented by the Khan Academy and CCCOE , K-5 math lessons in English and Spanish: 2:00 p.m.- 5:00 p.m. (replay from the morning)

edTV can be found in most of Contra Costa County on cable channels 32 (Comcast) or 99 (AT&T U-Verse).

For info: Daily schedule can be found here.

Published by the Contra Costa County Office of Education Communications Office

Contra Costa County Office of Education

77 Santa Barbara Road, Pleasant Hill, California 94523

Lynn Mackey, Superintendent of Schools

Dateline is distributed during the school year to all public schools in the county by the Communications Office. The information must be received by the first of the preceding month. Publication does not signify the Contra Costa County Office of Education endorses the event or program mentioned.

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