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 MyPCOE

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 Introduction

MYPCOE provides resources and tools for employees to utilize including our Absence Management, Employee Information and Employee Self-Serve Systems.   You can also access email and the PCOE Intranet from this location.

Sign in with your credentials to our multiple resources and tools at MYPCOE.

 Employee Resources

 Absence Management

Absence ManagementPCOE Absence Management System Sign-in Instructions​​

Enter your credentials​ to access PCOE's Absence Management System.  Your credentials include your ID or Username and PIN or password.  

 
Sign in an​d access PCOE's Absence Management System ​

 EPIC

​​Employee Peronnel Information Collection

Employee Personnel Information Collection Sign-in Instructions


 
Enter your credentials to access and update your personnel information.  Your credentials include your PCOE Resource Code and provided password.  

 
Sign in to the Employee Personnel Information Collection. ​

 Escape

Escape Technology

Escape Online Employee Portal Sign-in Instructions​


 
Enter your credentials to access your account Your credentials include your username and provided password.  

 
Sign in an​d access the Employee Online Self-Service Portal.

 Public School Works

Public School Works

Public School Works Training Sign-in Instructions ​


Enter your credentials to access Public School Works online training courses.   Your credentials include your account user name and provided password.  

 
Sign in an​d access Public School Works Training Portal. ​

 

 Employee Tools

 PCOE - Outlook

Outlook Login 

​PCOE Email Outlook Sign-in Instructions​


Enter your PCOE Outlook Account email and password.   If the information is already filled in and you need to sign in to a different account, click user another account.

 
Sign in and access your web-based Office 365 Outlook email account. 

 Office 365

Office 365

PCOE Office 365 Sign-in Instructions​


Enter your PCOE Office 365 email and password.   If the information is already filled in and you need to sign in to a different account, click user another account.

 
Sign in and access your web-based Office 365 Outlook email account. 

 Intranet

PCOE Intranet

PCOE Intranet Sign-in Instructions​


​Enter your credentials to access the PCOE Intranet.  Your credentials include your account email and provided password. 

 
Sign in and access the PCOE Intranet. ​

 PCOE Promise

​Building Our Future Together

The PCOE Promise is a promise we make to each other - that employees will exemplify the workplace expectations set forth by the Placer County Superintendent of Schools Gayle Garbolino-Mojica and that the organization will strive to uphold our workplace culture ideals for its employees.

Superintendent Expectations: Credibility, Excellence, Integrity
There are three expectations of all employees. These expectations set us apart and builds the trust of our parents, students and communities.

  • Credibility - The quality of being trusted. Credibility is a commitment to truth. How are you demonstrating your credibility in your work?

  • Excellence - The quality of greatness - the very best. In everything we do, we aim for greatness. Our students and our community partners deserve nothing less.

  • Integrity - The quality of being honest and having strong moral principals. Are you doing the right thing when no one is looking? Do you make the hard choice because you know it's best for kids?

Workplace Culture Ideals: Connected, Supported, Valued
There are also three ideals that we want the organization to uphold for its employees. These are the ideals we strive to achieve.

  • Connected - Do you feel connected to the greater mission of PCOE? Do you have relationships at work that you value? We want PCOE to be the type of workplace that shares information and empowers employees. We want to be a team.

  • Supported - Do you have the tools and resources you need to do your job? Are you getting the emotional support you need, and the constructive coaching to help you succeed?

  • Valued - Do you feel valued in a way that is meaningful for you?

Together, this is the PCOE Promise. And together, we will build our future. How can we help make the PCOE Promise a reality for all employees? How can your managers support you in your duties at PCOE? How can you help exemplify the PCOE Promise in your work and share it with your colleagues? Please feel free to share any feedback or suggestions with your supervisor or email.


 FAQ's

​WHAT IS THE INTERNET SPEED USED BY PCOE?

PCOE currently has a 10 Gbps direct connection, which provides districts access to the internet as well as other educational resources.​​

​HOW DO STUDENTS AND STAFF STAY UP-TO-DATE ABOUT THE USE OF TECHNOLOGY AT PCOE?

One of the goals of the IT department is to develop and offer more instructional materials and training for staff and students on the use of technology provided by the Information Technology Department.​

HOW DO I KEEP MY LAPTOP’S BATTERY IN GOOD HEALTH?​

Don’t leave it fully charged all the time, fully discharge it once a month and keep it cool.​

HOW TO STAY SAFE ON PUBLIC WI-FI NETWORKS?

Turn off sharing, enable your firewall, use HTTPS and SSL whenever possible, consider using a virtual private network, and turn Wi-Fi off when you aren't using it.​

DO I REALLY NEED TO EJECT USB DRIVES BEFORE REMOVING THEM?

Yes, even if the drive isn’t actively being written to, you could corrupt the data.  By default, most operating systems use what’s called write cashing to get better performance out of your computer.  When you write a file to another drive – like a flash drive- the OS waits to actually perform those actions until it has a number of requests to fulfill, and then it fulfills them all at once.  When you hit that eject button, it tells your OS to flush the cache – making sure all pending actions have been performed.​

HOW CAN I TELL IF AN EMAIL IS SPAM?

Phishing scams are designed to look like official emails and websites from actual companies, but they aren’t.  Here are some samples using PayPal as an example, generally you see http://www.paypal.com as part of the URL.  And sometime you’ll see something like http://subdomain.paypal.com as well.  Both of these URL’s are okay because they end in paypal.com.  A phishing URL, will look something like this http://paypal.someotherdomain.com.  In this case, “paypal” is attached to another domain name.  Avoid domains like this.​​


 


 

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    “A teacher affects eternity; you can never tell where their influence stops.“

    ― Henry B ​Adams​