Resources

  • Incoming Student Paperwork
     
    Click Here to find important forms for incoming students.
     
     
    Attendance
     
    Attendance - Please call the attendance office at 971-7770 or email jamie.perez@sanjuan.edu to let us know if your child will not be attending school. If you will be picking up your student for an appointment, please let Jamie know by email or phone. We will have your student in the office when you arrive.

     

    Academic Concerns
     
    Contact your students’ teacher by phone or email. Log into Zangle (Q) and email the teacher directly. All teachers provide contact information at the beginning of the school year and as new students arrive.
     
    Tutoring
     
    Many teachers help students during lunch and after school. Students can check with individual teachers for details.
     
    Athletics
     
     
    Orangevale Park and Recreation supplies coaches and handles registration for middle school sports. Students will be informed of sign up procedures through the morning announcements. Information will also be included in our newsletter and on our website.

     

    Uniforms
     
    You may purchase uniform shirts at Family Sports Apparel at 8920 Greenback Lane (near Starbucks at Hazel and Greenback). The shop is owned by Janette Haley. You may call Janette at 607-9418 for an appointment if these times are not convenient.
     
    Incoming Student Slide Show 
     
    Click here for a slide show of valuable information to new students.
     
    Family Services
     
    Cross Creek Counseling Center - crosscreekcounseling.com  - 722-9229
    Family, individual, marriage, victim/witness counseling.  Fees based on income.  Medi-Cal accepted with referral through Access Team.
     
    Family Service Agency - theeffort.org  - 368-3080
    Professional short-term counseling and employee assistance program.  Brief therapy for families, children, couples and individuals.  Sliding fee scale based on income.  Medi-Cal patients must be referred by Access Team.
     

    Children's Mental Health Services

    We provide a full array of culturally competent and linguistically proficient mental health services to children and youth ages 0-21 years.  Services include prevention and early intervention services; outpatient services; case management; crisis intervention and stabilization services; and inpatient psychiatric hospitalization.
     
    How to Access Children's Mental Health Services
    The Mental Health Access Team is the entry point for mental health services for children and youth ages 0-21 years.  The  Mental Health Access Team conducts over the phone triage, assessments, and linkage/referral to county-operated or contracted mental health service providers.  
     
    Mental Health Access Team
    Monday - Friday
    8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
    Phone: (916) 875-1055
    Toll Free: (888) 881-4881
    TTY/TDD: (916) 876-8892
    Fax: (916) 875-9970
    After Hours: (888) 881-4881
     
    Adult Mental Health Services

    We promote the optimal physical, intellectual, social and emotional well-being of adults and older adults with serious mental illness. We offer inpatient, outpatient, acute care services, subacute care, and residential care through a variety of county-operated and contracted providers. 

    How to Access Adult Mental Health Services  
    The Mental Health Access Team is the entry point for mental health services for adults and older adults ages 18 years and older.  TheMental Health Access Team conducts over the phone screening, assessments, and linkage, and referral information. 

    Mental Health Access Team
    Monday - Friday
    8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
    Phone: (916) 875-1055 
    TTY/TDD: (916) 876-8892
    Fax: (916) 875-1190 
    After Hours: (888) 881-4881 

    New Pathways (Formerly Catholic Social Services) 452-7481
    Multi-service social and welfare agency with outreach offices providing individual, group, couple, family and child counseling.  Private sliding scale available. Spanish language counseling available.
     
    People Reaching Out 576-3306
    Comprehensive and confidential assessment and referrals. Family strengthening.  Seven week classes for middle school students and families.
     
    WEAVE  Women Escaping a Violent Environment 443-7183  448-2321  weaveinc.org
    24 hour shelter and crisis line for people affected by domestic violence and sexual assault. 
     
    White House Counseling (For San Juan Unified Families) 971-7640  sanjuan.edu/family support
    Individual, group and family counseling/psychotherapy.  Consultation and training.  Accept Medi Cal for services for children. Reduced fees for income-eligible families.
     
     
Last Modified on August 2, 2019