Family and Student Resources

Information and services can remove barriers and increase attendance. The is website is a resource for families and students to learn and find a wide array of services that will help families.

You can also look for attendance tips, Attendance Heroes of the Month, and updates about the A-Squad at COSP News.

Resources

Attendance Works
Attendance Works is an action research project, moving vertically from local environments to national policy-making. Working in over two-dozen school districts, 32 states and in collaboration with 70 national organizations, Attendance Works uses continuous quality improvement to evaluate gaps in knowledge and capacity building. Constant assessment of interventions leads to updated and new tools and approaches in reducing chronic absence.

Community Connections
The first ever San Joaquin County online resource guide, referral and volunteer system built to put resources in the hands of those who need them. From nonprofits to those in need--and even those who have something to give, Community Connections SJC has the ability to connect us all, in one, simple to use web-based system.

2-1-1 San Joaquin
2-1-1 San Joaquin (211SJ) is a collaborative effort of health and human service providers, state legislators, local government representatives, and county residents. Its purpose is to make it easy for people to find the help they need, when they need it.

Discovery ChalleNGe Academy
Discovery ChalleNGe Academy is a partnership between the California National Guard and San Joaquin County Office of Education (SJCOE) for youth between the ages of 16 and 18 who have dropped out of high school, are at-risk of dropping out, or are credit deficient.

Transitional Age Youth Mentoring
FREE Mentoring and supportive services provided to youth ages 16 to 25 utilizing the Transition to Independence (TIP) Model. Services include case management and goal setting related to – education, parenting skills, social supports, physical health, community engagement, employment, financial planning, emotional wellbeing, and housing.

Sow a Seed Community Foundation
Sow A Seed Community Foundation is to empower youth and their families with the education, programs, and resources needed to overcome social and emotional challenges so they can lead healthy, self-sufficient lives. Services include: prevention and intervention assistance, educational programs, leadership training, and community support.