• San Juan Unified is proud to offer our students the Project SEARCH program hosted by Kaiser Permanente, Sacramento.
    About Project SEARCH
    Project SEARCH was first developed in 1996 at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital to provide employment and education opportunities for individuals with significant disabilities. In 2011 Project SEARCH was replicated in Sacramento through a collaboration between Kaiser Permanente, San Juan Unified School District, Futures Explored, California Alta Regional, and the Department of Rehabilitation.
    Our Mission:
    Project SEARCH is dedicated to providing education and training to young adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities through an innovative workforce career development model that benefits the individual, workplace and community.
    Our primary goal is to secure integrated competitive employment outcomes for each of our graduates.
    Learn more about Project SEARCH at: 
    San Juan USD
    Dayle Cantrall, Program Administrator
    916-971-7586  email: 
    Laurel Ruff Transition School
    5325 Garfield Avenue 
    Sacramento CA 95841
    Project SEARCH classroom at Kaiser
    Shari Studebaker, Instructor
    Project Search is a collaboration between
      San Juan Unified School District
      Kaiser Permanente
      Alta California Regional Center
      California Department of Rehabilitation
Last Modified on February 20, 2020