HERC Teacher Workroom
Note – the Teacher Center is currently closed to the public due to safety precautions during COVID-19. Please contact us if we can assist you in the meantime.
The Teacher Workroom features self-service, nominal cost access to equipment and supplies for all kinds of education-related projects. Helpful HERC Staff can help you learn how to make the most of these resources.
25″ Laminex laminators
- 2 large size machines
- 3 small size machines
- Large inventory of shapes
- Paper available for purchase
- Book binding machine and spiral combs for binding
- Button making and button making supplies
A public-use photocopier (copyright and educational fair use guidelines posted)
Educational Supplies for Purchase
- Display Boards for Science Fair and other projects
- Teacher Plan books
- Pencils, bookmarks, eraser shapes
- Much more!
Spring 2021 Hours
The HERC is still currently closed to the public, but we hope to be reopening soon!
Curbside Service is available by appointment Monday through Thursday, 12-4pm.
Phone: (707) 445-7074
HERC Curbside Service
Updated November 23, 2020
Although the HERC facility is closed to the public, we continue to take orders over the phone and through email. Please contact us if you’d like to reserve materials or make a purchase from our Teacher Center, and we will schedule a time for your visit.
Although die cutting is not available at this time, we may be able to pull other supplies (butcher paper, borders, name tags, etc.) if you call us ahead of time.
HERC accepts cash, check, or an approved school charge account (you may want to verify your organization is approved for 2020-21 before stopping by).
We appreciate your patience and flexibility as we adapt to the times, and look forward to seeing you soon. Please contact us at 707-445-7074 or email@example.com.
HERC Librarian Services
HCOE employs a credentialed library media specialist (sometimes known as a “teacher librarian”) to serve schools and their libraries all around the county. Whether at the school, district or county level, teacher librarians serve in multiple roles: information specialists, school library program managers, and instructional partners.
Contact us today for support with educational technology, media and information literacy skills, the research process, college and career readiness, best practice in school library programs and nurturing a balanced reading program.