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Student Support


Kate Adams

Director, Special Education & Student Services

adamsk@unionsd.org


Johanna Reveno

Senior Special Ed. Technician

Homeless Liaison

revenoj@unionsd.org


ALL (Appropriate Links to Learning)/SST

Each school in Union School District implements the ALL/SST process to assist students and their families, along with the school team to address needs of all students. Each school's ALL/SST Team is comprised of school administration, the student’s teacher, parents, the student (if appropriate) and other staff with knowledge of the student. The team may assist in issues related to classwork, homework, attendance, school adjustment or other matters. The school may contact you to schedule a meeting with the team. Parents may also contact the school to request an ALL/SST Team meeting to discuss any concerns they may have in regards to their child's progress.

Please click the link below to review further information in the ALL process parent pamphlet:

Section 504

Students with a physical or mental impairment which substantially limits one or more major life activities may be eligible for accommodations or modifications under Section 504 Americans with Disabilities Act. Contact the school principal for additional information.

Homeless and Foster Care

Homeless students and students residing in foster homes are provided with certain protections to ensure and facilitate school placement, enrollment and checkout from school; to assist when transferring schools with proper transfer of credits, records and grades; and to assist with the provision of all records to the new school. For additional information please contact your school or the Student Services Department.

Suspension/Expulsion

California Education Codes 48900 and 48915 delineate the behaviors under which school administration may suspend or recommend expulsion. Your Parent Rights Handbook distributed at the beginning of the school year also provides a copy of this information.

Parent/Student Notification

Districts are required to notify parents and obtain emergency information no less than on an annual basis. Examples include but are not limited to Emergency Notification Form, Cellular Phone Use Contract, Internet Use Form, Independent Study, Alternative Education options, Vision, Hearing and Scoliosis screening information.