In many communities, the demand for child care far outstrips the need. PCOE supports child care providers through training, coaching and advocacy. This site will provide providers with information about our licensing programs, access for training and professional development opportunities. We understand providers schedules are busy and so our website is here to inform, education and provide as much information online as possible for your convenience. If you don't find the information you need, our staff is always available to assist.
Our Resource and Referral Department provides free child care referrals, without discrimination and without regard to income. Families receive information to assist them in choosing a quality early care and education program that meets both their needs and the needs of the child(ren) while maximizing parental choice. Referrals are made to license-exempt programs and licensed providers/facilities so long as they are in compliance with requirements of the Department of Social Services, River City Licensing and California's Health and Safety Code.
Please notify us anytime there are changes to:
PCOE now has the ability to make payments via direct deposit.
(Click here to to link to the PDF document for signing up to direct deposit) This is an optional feature and you are not required to participate. If you do wish to participate, please
complete a Direct Deposit Agreement Form (click the link above) and return the completed
signed copy, with a voided check to:
PCOE ECEAccounts Payable Department1229 Pleasant Grove Blvd.Roseville, CA 95678
Please direct any questions or concerns to the ECE Fiscal Department at: 530.745.1380.
WHAT AGE DOES MY CHILD NEED TO BE TO ATTEND STATE PRESCHOOL?
Placer County Office of Education, Early Childhood Education offers preschool programs for three and four year old children that prepare children for school success.
WHERE ARE STATE PRESCHOOL PROGRAMS OFFERED?
Placer County Preschool Programs are available in Auburn, Colfax, Kings Beach, Lincoln, Rocklin and Roseville.
WHAT WILL MY CHILD BE LEARNING?
State Preschools have structured preschool programs that include areas of learning for Math, Literacy and Letters, Science, Music, Art, Outdoor play and more.
“The best education is not given to students; it is drawn out of them."
― Gerald Belcher