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There's so much going on at the Placer County Office of Education. We strive to keep you informed and connected by pro-actively sharing education news from throughout the county through a variety of channels. Find out the latest information from Placer County Superintendent of Schools Gayle Garbolino-Mojica, take a look at recent media articles or engage with us on Facebook or Twitter.

The Communications Office serves as the liaison to the news media and the community so we can keep our community informed of our successes and up-to-date during emergencies and crises. 

For press or news media inquiries, please contact our Chief Communications Officer Michelle Eklund at Email ​or (951) 314-3707.

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​Get connected to PCOE social media platforms and stay up to date on the latest education trends, stories of student achievement, and news impacting public education. Read more about the PCOE guidelines for PCOE social media pages.

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Events ImageThe Placer County Superintendent of Schools Gayle Garbolino-Mojica hosts several annual events designed to recognize and celebrate students, teachers, school districts, employees and community leaders.

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News Image​Read the latest press releases, explore photo albums, video clips and recent news media.  

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Spotlight ImageWe are putting the spotlight on education. Take a look at the stories that are impacting Placer County. 

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The purpose of PCOE’s Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube or other social media pages is to share news and information about PCOE and public education in Placer County. PCOE welcomes and encourages contributions from the community in the form of comments, photo tagging, shares, etc. Read more.

What are the PCOE social media hashtags?

We have three hashtags: #wearepcoe #goldineducation and #bePCOEkind. You can use one or all.

​What is the PCOE social media policy?

PCOE values social media and content must not violate any civil law, criminal law, or PCOE policy or practice. We welcome the opportunity to share, learn and engage with our local communities. We reserve the right to remove any comments or posts from our online communities that do not promote constructive dialogue.

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    "One child, one teacher, one book, one pen can change the world"​

    ​-Malala Yousafzai