County Board of Education
In accordance with the California Education Code and other regulations, the Santa Barbara County Board of Education sets SBCEO board policy, approves the SBCEO budget, approves the SBCEO Local Control and Accountability Plan, and serves as an appeals board for inter-district transfer requests, student expulsions, and charter school applications. More information from the California County Superintendents Educational Services Association (CCSESA) on the roles of County Superintendents of Schools and County Boards can be found here.
The County Board of Education typically meets the first Thursday of each month at 2 p.m. at the Santa Barbara County Education Office - Cathedral Oaks Campus, Board Room. During COVID-19, Board meetings may be held on Zoom. If they are, the Zoom link will be provided on the agenda. Board agendas, complete board packet information, meeting minutes, and audio recordings of meetings are available by clicking the links below for the desired meeting date. For questions or assistance, please contact Anna Freedland, Executive Assistant to the County Superintendent of Schools, at firstname.lastname@example.org | 805.964.4710 ext. 5216.
County Board of Education members and County Superintendent of Schools with 2023 Classified School Employees of the Year
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Below is an interactive map of the seven trustee areas represented by the members of the Santa Barbara County Board of Education. This map shows the adjusted boundaries approved in February 2022 by the Santa Barbara County Committee on School District Organization based on 2020 federal census data.
How to use this map:
- Click on the brackets in the upper right-hand corner to expand to a larger view.
- Click on a trustee area on the left-hand menu to see specific areas.
- Locate an address by typing the street address and city or ZIP code in the search box.
- Zoom in and out using the plus and minus buttons.
- Reposition the map by dragging in any direction.
The County Board of Education is comprised of seven elected members who serve staggered four-year terms.