FAMILY CENTER PROGRAMS
Community School Coordinator
Primary Duties: Oversees day-to-day operations of the center including supervision and training of staff, program development and integration, relationship building and problem solving with school, facilities and maintenance, program evaluation.
Primary Duties: Serves as office manager, site receptionist, greets clients, answers phones, routes calls, provides drop-in services, staff support person.
Mental Health Specialist
Primary Duties: Individual counseling of school-aged children and their families, support groups for school-aged children, and crisis intervention when available.
Primary Duties: Assists families with TANF (welfare), Food Stamps, and Medi-Cal (including intakes for these county benefits and monitoring caseload of families receiving these benefits).
Differential Response Case Manager
Primary Duties: Provides family assessments and case management services to referred families.
Primary Duties: Utilizes Parents As Teachers Curriculum for children ages 0-5 which primarily focuses on developmental milestones and Kinder Readiness. Other services include basic health education, family assessment, and resource.
BREAKFAST AND LUNCH PROGRAM
Breakfast and hot lunch are served daily. Students may qualify for free or reduced lunch program, applications can be obtained from the school office or the District Office.
Tutoring is available at the PAL building on Tuesdays and Wednesday evenings from 5:00-7:00 PM. A parent must be with the student for every session. This is to support the parent and student once the program is over and to allow for the work to continue at home. Each session is one hour.
Last Modified on December 10, 2009