Student Support

The Connect Center

Overview

The SCUSD Connect Center is a centralized Student Support Center that serves as a “gateway” to critical support services for students and families in our school district.  It offers an innovative solution to addressing the health, wellness and educational needs of SCUSD’s children, youth and families. 

School Climate and Bullying Prevention

Overview

We know that learning happens when students feel safe and supported.  Our School Climate Collaborative is a group of community organizations and providers who meet regularly with principals, district and school staff to share tools to build positive school climate. 

No matter the climate, sometimes individual peer to peer issues arise, and in some cases, rise to the level of bullying.  In July 2011, SCUSD launched a comprehensive bullying prevention program focused on reducing bullying and harassment of students district-wide. The program is designed to address the issue of bullying systemically and follows the district’s strategic plan on bullying prevention developed in August 2011. Bullying Prevention Strategic Plan

Homeless Services Program

Overview

The Homeless Services program supports the enrollment, attendance and achievement of homeless students to ensure they receive equal access to educational opportunities.

Monica McRho, Homeless Program Coordinator
Parker Family Resource Center & Homeless Services
(916) 277-6892 / Fax (916) 277-6426

District Leadership

Overview

Staff in the Student Support & Health Services (SSHS) department at SCUSD serve as leaders in several key areas, including mental health, 504 Accommodations and Chronic Absence.

Health Services

Overview

The mission of the Health Services Office is to provide school health programs which assist students, families and the community to reach optimal physical, mental and social health in order to succeed in school and in life.