The Tdap Immunization shot is a state and federal requirement. Students entering the 7th grade need to take it and show proof to the school before the school year begins. If you have any questions, please ask the school Health Clerk.
The Friendly Center is a local organization to help families with a variety of needs. They offer food distribution, tutoring classes for kids, parenting classes, job development, ESL classes, and many other services. Check out the flyer below, or click the link to their website to learn more.
Click HERE to see a flyer with information about the Friendly Center.
Click on the link below to go directly to the Friendly Center's website and learn more about their programs and services.
211 Orange County is a phone and online service that connects many different types of programs with people who need them. Anyone can call “211” OR 1-888-600-4357 and talk to someone to get information over the phone. You can also visit the website: https://www.211oc.org/
211 Orange County provides access to resources for some of the following situations:
Help finding housing
Help with clothing or food
Help paying utility bills
Crisis Counseling for trauma, drugs and alcohol treatment
Health services for pregnancy
Help with job training and employment search
Support for senior citizens or people with disabilities
Programs for children regarding after school and daycare, recreation, and tutoring
The McKinney Vento Program is available when economic and financial challenges disrupt the schooling of your child. Under the federal law, the McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Act ensures that pupils in non-traditional housing situations (lacking regular, fixed and adequate nighttime residence) have equal access to education. Therefore, if your family experiences a drastic change in housing and economic hardship, please ask in the front office about the McKinney Vento Program. Also, visit the OUSD website below to see additional information:
The Orange CountyGang Reduction and Intervention Partnership (OC GRIP) is a law enforcement partnership that identifies at-risk youth and aims to increase school attendance and decrease gang activity. The Orange County District Attorney’s Office has formed OC GRIP and GRIP II committees and partnerships with the police departments from the Cities of Anaheim, Buena Park, Costa Mesa, Garden Grove, Orange, Santa Ana, Tustin, and the Orange County Sheriff’s Department in Dana Point, Laguna Hills, Mission Viejo, San Clemente, San Juan Capistrano, Stanton, and the unincorporated areas of North Orange County and the Orange County Probation Department.
OC GRIP has received the Cities, Counties and Schools Partnership Award, the and California State Association of Counties Challenge Merit Award, and the California School Boards Association Golden Bell Award for working with 49 schools on gang suppression, interventions for at-risk students, gang information forums, and parent/ faculty education.
**This information is from the Orange County District Attorney's Office G.R.I.P. website.