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Steve M. Tietjen, Ed.D | County Superintendent of Schools


Merced County Office of Education
​In compliance with Education Code 60119, the Merced County Board of Education will hold
a public hearing to obtain input from parents, teachers, members of the community, and bargaining unit leaders regarding the sufficiency of instructional materials and textbooks for the 2020-2021 fiscal year in schools operated by the Merced County Office of Education.
Hearing Date:  September 21, 2020
​Time:  3:00 PM
Location: Merced County Office of Education via Zoom (see public notice below)


Pursuant to the Govenor's Executive Order #N-25-20, the Merced County Office of Education (MCOE) will be conducting the Merced County Board of Education meetings at the regular time, in a different modality.  MCOE will be using a webinar format (using Zoom) in order for the Board to participate remotely.  There will not be a physical location for this meeting.

Public Comments:  MCOE has taken steps to utilize technology to encourage full public participation during upcoming meetings in order to comply with public health guidance during the COVID-19 pandemic.  Accessibility to members of the public will be via conference call during the scheduled meetings and/or request to address the Board by completing the PDF form below and submitting it to Yolanda Campos, Senior Executive Assistant to the County Superintendent at  Please call Yolanda Campos at (209) 381-6603 with any questions.

Public Comment Options:

* Telephone:  MCOE will provide a​ call-in number for each meeting in order for the public to listen in to the scheduled meeting.

* Email: Those who wish to participate during the public comment section of the agenda on non-agenda or agendized items by email should complete the PDF form and submit to Yolanda Campos by 1:00pm on the day of the Board meeting.  In the subject line of the email, please state your name and the item you are commenting on, including the agenda item and title.

All general rules as to provide public comments apply, including that comments must be limited to five minutes on each topic or agenda item and public participation cannot exceed 20 minutes total for each topic or agend item per Government Code 54954.3; Board Bylaw 9322 & 9323.

Public Comment Request Form - Fill-in.pdf


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