Welcome Napa County Teachers!
NCOE provides services and resources to support Napa County teachers and help ensure your success in the classroom. The Teacher section is designed to connect you with both the programs available for your use, and our favorite links for educators.
First year teachers can enter the Beginning Teacher Support and Assessment (BTSA) program for support and mentoring. NCOE also provides Teacher Credential Services and information. We assist schools in improving instruction and raising student achievement through ongoing professional development and technology trainings. Check the NCOE Calendar for upcoming training opportunities.
NCOE provides access to ed1stop, a website portal acting as a personal gateway for Napa County teachers and students with free access to both subscription-based services and educational Web sites. Portal resources are selected to help teachers meet state standards, improve instruction and benefit all students with exciting curriculum content support.
Teachers are welcome to explore the resources in the NCOE Curriculum library. You can visit the library located at our facility, or check out items through our online ordering system and have them delivered to you through inter-district mail. Check out the Curriculum Library News for August 2012!
A variety of links to support teacher and student success in the classroom are available for you to explore.
NCOE Curriculum Library is here for you!
October 2012 News - School Psychologists Targeted at the Library
Some of the most active users of the NCOE Curriculum Library are school psychologists. The Library carries a large variety of psychological tests, and it has been steadily acquiring materials for professional development, such as Best Practices in School Psychology IV, Vol.1 & 2.
The Library also carries a variety of psychological games for check out. Subjects which are covered in the Library holdings include autism and bullying, as well as family counseling on subjects such as divorce, death and stress. There is even a DVD available entitled "How to do Homework without Throwing Up".
New to NCOE! SubFinder
SubFinder is an employee absence management and substitute placement system used by organizations throughout North America. Substitutes can review and be accepted for jobs that they are qualified for and willing to work. Job opportunities are based on criteria defined by the Human Resources department. SubFinder is available 24/7 via telephone or the Internet, so you can access the system at any time.
Prior to being able to use SubFinder:
1.You must first be assigned a username and password
2.You must call in, 855.800.6833 (toll free), to complete your registration.
The registration process only takes a couple minutes and consists of voicing your name. Once you are 'voiced' you will never need to register again.