Substitute Teacher and Para-Educator Resource Guide - Sacramento

Substitute Teacher and Para-Educator Resource Guide - Sacramento


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Substitute Teacher and Para-Educator Resource Guide TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction


Roles of the Substitute Teacher and Para Educator


Appearance and Dress




Classroom Guidelines


Substitute Responsibilities


Classroom Management


Attendance Procedures


Discipline Tips


Suspension Guidelines


Use of Audio Visual Equipment in the Classroom


Student Computer and Internet Policy


At the End of the Day


Three R’s for Substitutes


Tips to Remember






Sacramento County Office of Education Site Information Special Education-ED


Special Education-SH


Community Schools


Community Schools - CARE Programs


Court Schools


Adult Programs



INTRODUCTION Welcome to the challenging yet rewarding world of substituting. This handbook was prepared to explain our procedures and to answer some questions you may have regarding substituting in the schools and programs within the Sacramento County Office of Education (SCOE). This handbook provides suggestions to assist you in your role as a Substitute Teacher/ParaEducator and guidance for making your experience an enthusiastic success while assisting the educational development of our students. The last section provides the addresses and directions to the various program sites to which you may be assigned as well as contact numbers should you require additional assistance locating a site or class. As the Substitute Teacher or Substitute Para-Educator you are in the classroom to ensure the education of each student takes place. However, your first responsibility is to maintain the care, welfare, safety and security of students and staff in the classroom. The key to making the best out of any situation is knowledge, preplanning, flexibility, and a sense of humor. Learn all that you can about school policies, procedures, and responsibilities. Recognize that things will rarely go exactly as you or the permanent teacher have planned and be prepared to make accommodations. We at SCOE wish you success in your assignment as a Substitute Teacher or Substitute Para-Educator.

ROLES of the SUBSTITUTE TEACHER and PARA-EDUCATOR Both the Substitute Teacher and Substitute Para-Educator are responsible for providing for the needs of the class, and ensuring that established rules, procedures, and all assigned tasks are performed in an effective and professional manner. The ability to work successfully with others is essential. Substitutes should treat students, parents, secretaries, classified staff, teachers, administrators, and all others with whom they come into contact in a friendly, courteous and respectful manner. A substitute’s willingness to be flexible, cooperative, or helpful, may result in being invited back as a substitute in the future. The Substitute Teacher is the certificated employee in charge of the classroom in the absence of the regular teacher and is responsible for the delivery of the regular teacher’s instructional program as set out in the lesson plan. While the Substitute Teacher is to provide an education to each student, the first responsibility should be to maintain the care, welfare, 3|Page

safety and security of the students in the classroom. Moving around the classroom, both Teachers and Para Educators are better able to monitor student progress and use their proximity for classroom control. The Substitute Teacher should work closely with the Para-Educator and /or regular staff to maintain the continuity and routine of the regular classroom program. Operating procedures will differ between SCOE schools and classrooms because of the wide variety of programs. The Para-Educators are an invaluable resource who will provide assistance and support you throughout your stay. The Substitute Para-Educator will be expected to work closely with the classroom teacher to implement the daily lesson plan. Duties vary by site, so it is important to ask questions and be flexible. Some of the tasks typically assigned to a para-educator are to take attendance, correct student work, work with individual or small groups of students and be alert to student behavior. It is important to understand the hierarchy of authority in your school and identify who your immediate supervisor is for each of your assigned responsibilities. Listen carefully and write down lengthy or complex directions. It is important not to disagree or argue about directions in front of students. If what is being asked of you is unclear, ask for clarification during non-instructional time.

APPEARANCE AND DRESS Substitute Teachers and Para-Educators are expected to maintain an appropriate appearance that is professional. Your appearance makes a statement about the respect you have for your job and affects the impression of others. Inappropriate attire is identified as any item of clothing that causes a distraction to other employees, causes a break in the normal flow of the classroom environment, or creates an unsafe situation for the job being done. Consider the level of casualness or formality of your school attire. This is especially important when working in a custody environment (Juvenile Court Schools). Over-dressing can be as distracting and unprofessional as under-dressing, or dressing sloppily.


Consider the level of activity required for the job. Substitutes working in areas that require climbing, lifting, and kneeling should consider the safety factor and wear clothing that is compatible with the job function they are performing. Comfortable walking shoes are recommended. Shoes with open toes and heels are not appropriate. Ties, dangling earrings/jewelry, high heeled shoes, sandals etc., are not advised in SH/ED sites or Court and Community Schools. In addition, open toed shoes are not allowed at Juvenile Court School sites and jeans of any kind are not allowed at Juvenile Hall. Listed below are some examples of Unacceptable Attire: • • • • • • • • • • • • •

See-through, clinging, or low cut clothing Tight or snug fitting jeans, pants or skirts Jeans or pants that expose undergarments or worn loosely Clothing which does not completely cover the stomach or midriff, even when bending or stretching Short skirts (anything above the knees) Sleeveless tops without a sleeved cover-up Shorts or skorts (approved only when supervising recreational activities such as PE) Any clothing that is torn, tattered, faded or ill fitting Workout clothes (sweat suits, aerobics outfits, etc.) Spandex or stretch material clothing Message clothing including T-shirts, sweat shirts etc. that depict illegal activities, alcohol, tobacco, or advertisements that are sexually suggestive Camouflage/fatigue clothing Hats

ARRIVAL Substitute Teachers/Para-Educators should arrive at the school site based on the designated time given by AESOP. Substitutes should plan on arriving early and checking into the school office immediately upon arrival. The office staff will provide classroom keys, maps of the school, duty schedules, class schedules, emergency procedures, lunch procedures, and school rules, etc... Once you arrive in the classroom, review the lesson plans in preparation for beginning instruction immediately at the start of the class period. As students arrive, welcome them at the door. You are expected to be on time. Habitual tardiness can result in being removed from the substitute list. • Arrive early. •

Check with the school administrator or office staff for instructions regarding keys and security codes or devices.

Go over lesson plans for the day. Locate books and materials, review special procedures and duty assignments, if any.

It is a good idea to bring several plans and activities of your own that can be utilized if there are no lesson plans available. Never substitute a movie for class work. 5|Page

Locate and review emergency procedures and specific behavior management plans for students.

It is best to leave your personal belongings in your car. If not, be sure to leave them in a secure place when you arrive. Do not leave personal belongings out. It is your responsibility to keep them secured, preferably in a locked desk or cabinet.

Leave your cell phone at home or in your car. It is never appropriate to use your cell phone in a classroom or on the playground.

Copy machines may be used before or after class hours or during a prep period.

Adhere to break and lunch times. Walking to or from a break area is considered part of the break time.

At the end of the lunch period, all Teachers/Para-Educators should be in their respective rooms before students are admitted.

Some locations do not have food available. You are advised to bring a lunch.

CLASSROOM GUIDELINES Review the substitute classroom binder before school for the following: •

Daily Lesson Plans and Class Schedules

Worksheets or other produced materials for carrying out the day’s activities in the classroom. Either the Teacher or Para Educator should make any copies of necessary worksheets, tests, etc.

Attendance Directions

Special Procedures - it is important not to vary from the practice of the regular teacher

Seating Charts

Notes regarding specific students (e.g., Special Education, behavior problems, medications or health problems)

Name and hours of the other staff in the classroom

Make sure that the physical conditions of the classroom are conducive to high-quality learning. Check the lighting, ventilation and temperature for comfort levels. 6|Page

Print your name on the board. Mr., Ms., or Mrs. and last name (most schools prefer using only last names with students)

SUBSTITUTE RESPONSIBILITIES You are legally responsible for student safety. Before the instructional day begins, identify emergency exits, routes, and procedures for student emergencies, evacuations and drills. Students must remain on campus for the entire school day. They are not allowed to leave campus during breaks or at lunch. While on campus, students are not to be left unattended at any time and should not be in the building without supervision by a school employee or substitute. DO NOT RELEASE A STUDENT to anyone without approval from the parent or the principal’s office. If there is an emergency, contact the office immediately. Follow the teacher’s lesson plans as closely as you can. If you find it necessary to deviate from the plan, be sure to leave a note for the teacher containing information about what was or was not covered. It is also a good idea to have some plans and activities of your own that can be used if there are no lesson plans, or if the class covers the materials before the end of the period or day. Use clear, consistent instructions in directing each activity; however you can smile, be friendly, show enthusiasm, and be positive. Try to see that every student experiences some success or praise. As a professional maintain the use of conservative, noncontroversial, acceptable language when in the classroom. The use of foul, vulgar, or sexually suggestive language creates a potentially volatile situation for the students as well as the teacher. Ensure that students adhere to the appropriate dress code. The dress code prohibits students from wearing clothes that may reasonably be defined as gang related apparel (i.e. colors red and blue). This is apparel that, if worn or displayed on a site, school, or campus, could reasonably be determined to threaten the health and safety of the school environment. Any attire, paraphernalia, or symbol that displays a logo or other messages relating to alcohol, tobacco, drugs, or gangs may not be worn. Students must wear clothing that covers the body. In addition, substitutes are responsible for the care of equipment and furniture in the classroom to which they are assigned. Maintain professional boundaries. Substitutes are to maintain appropriate professional boundaries with students and not enter into romantic of sexual relationships nor share personal information. All electronic communication needs to be professional. It is not appropriate or acceptable to maintain social networking contacts with students. The following are some examples of unacceptable behavior:  

Conducting personal business during the instructional time of your substitute assignment Taking or initiating personal phone calls


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Using cellular phones during the school day - cell phones should not be brought on campus Using smart phones or other cameras to take pictures of students or staff Reading personal books, magazines, the newspaper, etc. (including doing your own school work) during instructional time Taking unauthorized or extended breaks Using the computer or the internet for non-school related activities



Meet students at the classroom door. Be sure they enter the room in an orderly and quiet manner. This could set the tone for the period or the day.

Start the day out quickly and concisely in a firm but pleasant manner. The shorter the time between the beginning of class and when students are actively involved in a productive activity, the better. When you are going to be in the class for just one day the opportunity to establish working relationships with students will not occur, so it is important that instruction begin immediately. This will eliminate wasted, or down time when students are more likely to engage in inappropriate behavior.

Introduce yourself to the class.

Be pleasant. Appear confident. Do not give students the impression that “anything goes”. Your first words and actions usually go a long way toward setting the tone and reducing the day’s discipline problems.

Establish your authority as their Teacher or Para Educator for the day. Let students know your expectations. A positive but firm attitude will help to make the day successful. It is your responsibility to address inappropriate student behavior whenever and wherever it may occur.

Actively monitor student behavior.

Circulate or move around and among the students you are supervising or monitoring and offer assistance. Do not spend the majority of your time in any one place. If working with a small group, visually scan the setting in which you are working on a continuous basis. Moving around the room allows the substitute to observe the progress of students, acknowledge and reinforce positive behavior, and manage offtask behavior with proximity (nearness to the student).

Solve problems on the spot - handle problem situations when they occur.

When working with individuals or groups of students, always keep your body in a position or location where you can maintain visual observation of the entire class.

Never degrade or demean students. When corrections are necessary, deal with the individual student, not the group. This should be handled, whenever possible, during non-instructional time when you can meet one-to-one. Obtain all the facts, listen to both sides of the story and focus attention on solutions to the problem.

Whenever possible, give the student the benefit of the doubt.

Behavior Management Technicians are available at some sites. They can assist if you are unable to manage a student outburst.

ATTENDANCE PROCEDURES Record attendance in grade books daily by class period (procedures will vary by site). If possible, complete this task within the first five minutes of class. If there is a question or concern regarding a student who did not report to class and the name is on the Daily Roll, call the office on the intercom or send the Para-Educator to the school office between classes to check with office personnel. If you learn that a student has been truant from your class, please refer to the Discipline Procedures.


DISCIPLINE TIPS The goal of discipline is to help students build their own self-control. Discipline techniques must be positive and rely on a problem-solving approach. It is important to be patient and consistent. Below are a few discipline strategies that may be useful: 

Call each student by name (use the seating charts). A positive approach to discipline is encouraged. Be firm, fair and consistent.

Discipline problems tend to be minimized in a classroom where the substitute is: o prepared (has read over the lesson plan before class); o organized (has all materials readily available); o adaptable (can modify plans as needed); and o demonstrates an understanding of what should be happening during the day (has read the substitute instructions).

The manner of lesson presentation can make all the difference in maintaining student attention

Don’t allow discipline to become a power struggle with the student… especially in front of the class. Attempt to give the student(s) limited options, which will allow him/her to maintain dignity while you maintain control of the class.

Remind students of the rules. Help them to understand why their behavior may not be acceptable. Use words that the student can understand, be consistent, and try to avoid sounding condescending.

It is appropriate to disapprove of a student’s behavior, but never the student. You may say…“that is not a good thing to do”, but never say…“you are not a good person.”

Constantly responding to inconsequential student behavior (not life threatening or destructive to the classroom and materials) may actually reinforce the frequency of these behaviors.

State positive actions – “Walk” instead of “Don’t Run”.

Give sufficient warnings… and time to respond.

A productive strategy is to keep your voice as low as possible. Move to the front of the room and begin giving instructions quietly. As students hear you, they will need to become quiet in order to understand what you are saying. The students will get louder as your voice gets louder. If students don’t respond to a soft voice raise your hand or use another signal for them to be quiet.

Offer each student a chance to participate. Quiet students are sometimes ignored.

The Sacramento County Office of Education policy does not permit corporal punishment: Do not touch, push, shove, slap or punch a student in an attempt to discipline the student. If a serious discipline issue arises and you are unable to solve the problem, contact the principal immediately or a probation/safety officer.

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SCOE policy forbids Sub Teachers and Para-Educators from breaking up a fight. Immediately call for assistance if a fight breaks out, and move other students out of harms way. SUSPENSION GUIDELINES FOR SUB TEACHERS From time to time there may be a situation that warrants a suspension. Remember, a suspension must be the last resort if other alternatives to resolve the problem have failed. Teachers may suspend a student only for the remainder of the day and one additional day (see suspension form). Only the principal may authorize a longer suspension. If assistance is needed with the suspension processes please notify your Principal or Teacher-in-Charge. It is not a sign of weakness or lack of teaching skills to ask for assistance. Para-Educators may not suspend students, but they may assist in filling out the suspension form at the teacher’s request. USE OF AUDIO-VISUAL EQUIPMENT IN THE CLASSROOM (Films, Movies, and Television) The use of educational films and television in the classroom can be a valuable tool for instruction. However, the following guidelines should be followed: •

Substitutes are not allowed to show films/videos unless it is part of a standardsaligned lesson plan which the classroom teacher has reviewed and planned questions or other activities around. Films and videos should not be a part of your “sub-pack”, the activities you bring in case the lesson plan needs to be supplemented.

All equipment should be used with care and stored properly.

STUDENT COMPUTER AND INTERNET “ACCEPTABLE USE” POLICY The use of the internet and any network resources is a privilege, not a right. Inappropriate use will result in a cancellation of those privileges. The administration, teachers and/or staff of the Sacramento County Office of Education may deny, revoke or suspend specific user access of those students who violate the “Acceptable Use Agreement” form. The Internet contains material which is not appropriate for classroom use. Student use of the internet must be closely supervised. Substitute Teachers/Para-Educators will supervise and monitor student use of the internet and on-line resources where it is acceptable and indicated as part of the lesson plan. Move around the room to make sure student computer use is appropriate. If computer use is NOT indicated on the lesson plan, do not be persuaded by students to allow them access. 

Students shall not disclose, use or disseminate personal identification information (names, photographs, addresses, telephone numbers, social security numbers, or other identifiable information) about themselves or others when using electronic mail or other forms of electronic communication.

Students shall not use the internet for purposes unrelated to educational endeavors.

Students are prohibited from accessing, posting, transmitting, publishing or displaying harmful or inappropriate matter that is threatening (i.e. gang related or violent), 11 | P a g e

obscene, disruptive or sexually explicit, or that could be construed as harassment of others (i.e. race, medical condition, political or religious beliefs). 

Students shall not commit acts of vandalism using the school’s technology resources (hacking, deleting, intentionally transferring, uploading, downloading, creating computer viruses and/or destroying or harming equipment or data in any form.)


Complete a final written report to the regular teacher to include: o What you were able to complete in the lesson plans. o What you were unable to complete, and why. o What you added to the lesson plans, and why. o Which students were helpful and which students were problems (be specific and give details).

Leave copies of all disciplinary forms or suspensions.

Turn in completed suspension forms to the appropriate personnel (if not turned in during the day)

Leave completed student work for the teacher.

Return supplies and equipment to their proper storage areas.

Re-lock any cabinets that were locked when you arrived.

Once all students have left, close and lock all windows, turn off lights, set the alarm (if required) and lock all doors.

Return keys and security devices to the school office or appropriate staff.

Let the office staff know how the day went and whether you would like to return to the class or site.

Ask any questions that might help you on future visits.

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RESPONSIBILITY – The effective substitute is: •

Dependable and recognizes the importance of his/her role.

Diligent in following the lesson plans and the rules of the campus.

Appreciative of the efforts of the school to educate all students and to provide maximum learning opportunities for each and every student.

Supportive of the administration and teaching staff.

Sincerely concerned about the students.

Able to generate enthusiasm about each student.

Willing to be discreet, dedicated, punctual and appropriate.

Professional in his/her commitment, dress and behavior.

2. RAPPORT – The understanding substitute: •

Provides a professional yet caring atmosphere with students, while carrying out the teacher’s plan.

Respects the teacher and school’s ultimate responsibility for the health, welfare and education of each student.

Provides opportunities for each student to be successful.

Cooperates, coordinates, and communicates continually with teachers and school administration.

Is comfortable asking for clarification and is willing to express concerns and questions with the school staff at appropriate times.

Recognizes the essential need for confidentiality and will not comment or gossip about individual students, staff members, or the school.

3. REWARDS – The successful substitute: •

Provides the teacher and administration with the satisfaction of knowing that the student’s needs are being met and that quality education is being promoted, extended and enriched.

Celebrates in the knowledge that they have made a difference in a child’s life.

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TIPS TO REMEMBER BE HONEST- in your approach and attitude. It will aid in developing trust. Do NOT, however, discuss your personal life or give your phone number or address to students. BE PATIENT- when working with students. When they are having difficulty with an activity, they do not need additional pressure. BE FLEXIBLE- in responding to the needs of students. This may mean extending work time for struggling students or when reading passages aloud. BE FRIENDLY- say something positive. With a smile, a “please” and a “thank you”, you can accomplish much more than many people realize. BE A ROLE-MODEL- students learn by your example. BE RESPECTFUL- treat individuals in the same manner you wish to be treated. BE CONFIDENTIAL- it is very important that what is observed in the classroom remains confidential. Student performance or behavior is not to be discussed outside the classroom except with administration. BE AWARE- it is important to position your body so you can see the entire classroom, even when working with an individual or small group.


1-800-942-3767 or

Substitute Support…………………….….Karen Robison, 228-2365 Silvia Holloway, 228-2472

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TIMESHEETS SCOE substitutes do not carry their timesheets with them. Substitute teachers and Substitute para-educators timesheets are generated, calculated and distributed by Substitute Services. The information is transferred directly from Aesop onto the timesheets; therefore, it is important to maintain accurate and up-to-date data in Aesop. The days and/or hours worked by the substitute and the name of the employee they covered is noted on the timesheet. It is recommended that you keep a personal record of your substitute work. Generally the pay cycle is the 18th of one month to the 17th of the next and payable on the 10th of the following month. For example: days worked August 18 thru September 17 are payable October 10. Original timesheets, reflecting hours and days worked, are mailed at the end of the last day of the pay period, to all substitutes who have worked. Substitutes should review and return timesheets immediately after receiving them. If there are any corrections needed, contact Personnel at 228-2472 to report the needed changes. Warrants may be picked up on payday (10th of the month). Warrants not picked up are mailed the next business day at noon.

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SITE DIRECTORY Updated February 12, 2016

SPECIAL EDUCATION SITES-ED BANNON CREEK Elementary School 2775 Millcreek Drive Sacramento 95833 Room 32 Room 34

Room 33 - BMT

GALT High School 145 N. Lincoln Way Galt 95632 Room 97A Room 97B

Petra White – Site Secretary TELEPHONE: 228-2096

Susan Johnson – Site Secretary TELEPHONE: 209-745-5424

Room 60 - BMT

PALMITER (Leo A.) High School 2040 Ethan Way Sacramento 95825

Eli Andrade – Site Secretary TELEPHONE: 228-2020

SPINELLI Elementary School 3401 Scotland Drive Antelope 95843

Robin Laguer – Site Secretary TELEPHONE: 228-2050

Room 34 Room 36

Room 35 - BMT

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SPECIAL EDUCATION SITES-SH BAKER (Jesse) School 6850 Southside Avenue Elk Grove 95624

Beckie Schafer – Site Secretary TELEPHONE: 228-2240 CLASSROOM: 685-3884

BANNON CREEK Headstart/Preschool 2775 Millcreek Drive Sacramento, CA 95833

Karin Saunders – Site Secretary TELEPHONE: 228-2386 CLASSROOM: 500-1834

CSUS (Cal State Univ., Sacramento) 6000 J Street Sacramento 95819

Petra White – Site Secretary TELEPHONE: 228-2096 CLASSROOM: 731-5377

Take business 80 to Hwy 50 (east). Take Howe Avenue/Power Inn Road (CSUS) exit. Turn left on College Town Drive; turn right on State University Drive East. Follow State University Drive East. Look for the Art Sculpture Lab and Public Safety Building, (between Lot 4B and Lot 7A), classroom is located between these two buildings, it is clearly marked “SCOE”. Park in the 15min. parking area. The staff will provide you with an all day parking pass. DRY CREEK Elementary 1230 ‘G’ Street Rio Linda 95673

Robin Laguer – Site Secretary TELEPHONE: 228-2050

EARL WARREN Preschool Room P-1 5429 Lowell Street Sacramento 95820

Karin Saunders – Site Secretary TELEPHONE: 228-2386 CLASSROOM: 307-1043

GALT Headstart 615 2nd Street Galt 95632

Karin Saunders – Site Secretary TELEPHONE: 228-2386 CLASSROOM: 807-3123

GALT High School 145 N. Lincoln Way Galt 95632

Susan Johnson – Site Secretary TELEPHONE: (209)745-5424

GEORGE WASHINGTON CARVER School of Arts & Science 10101 Systems Parkway, Room 503 Beckie Schafer – Site Secretary Sacramento 95827 TELEPHONE: 228-2240 CLASSROOM: 228-2534 GRIZZLY HOLLOW Headstart 805 Elk Hills Drive Galt 95632

Karin Saunders – Site Secretary TELEPHONE: 228-2386 CLASSROOM: 807-3123

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HILLSDALE Headstart 5665 Hillsdale Avenue Sacramento 95842

Karin Saunders – Site Secretary TELEPHONE: 228-2386 CLASSROOM: 835-7415

INDERKUM High School Room D101 2500 New Market Drive Sacramento 95835

Petra White – Site Secretary TELEPHONE: 228-2096 CLASSROOM: 928-5731

JOHNSON (Hiram) Headstart Room B-2 6879 14th Avenue Sacramento 95820

Karin Saunders – Site Secretary TELEPHONE: 228-2386 CLASSROOM: 277-6767 x1222

MARENGO Ranch Elementary 1000 Elk Hills Drive Galt 95632

Susan Johnson – Site Secretary TELEPHONE: (209)745-5424 CLASSROOM: (209)745-5467

MARKOFER Elementary Room 31 9757 Tralee Way Elk Grove 95624

Beckie Schafer – Site Secretary TELEPHONE: 228-2240 CLASSROOM: 686-8965

McCAFFREY (Robert L) Middle School 997 Park Terrace Drive Room C-1 Galt 95632

Susan Johnson – Site Secretary TELEPHONE: (209)745-5424 CLASSROOM: (209)745-4517

MONTEREY TRAIL High School Rm HH1 8661 Power Inn Road Elk Grove 95624

Beckie Schafer– Site Secretary TELEPHONE: 228-2240 CLASSROOM: 681-5250

NORTHVIEW Headstart/Preschool 2401 Northview Drive Sacramento 95833

Karin Saunders – Site Secretary TELEPHONE: 228-2386 CLASSROOM: 563-5378

PRAIRIE West Elementary 5251 Valley Hi Drive Sacramento 95823

Beckie Schafer – Site Secretary TELEPHONE: 228-2240

RILES (Wilson C) Middle School Rm 612 4747 Pfe Rd Roseville 95747

Robin Laguer – Site Secretary TELEPHONE: 228-2050 CLASSROOM: 781-2959

RIO LINDA High School 6309 Dry Creek Rd Rio Linda 95673

Robin Laguer – Site Secretary TELEPHONE: 228-2050

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RIO LINDA Prep Academy 1101 G Street Rio Linda 95673

Robin Laguer – Site Secretary TELEPHONE: 228-2050

RUTTER (James) Middle School 7350 Palmer House Drive Sacramento 95828

Beckie Schafer – Site Secretary TELEPHONE: 228-2240

SHELDON High School Rm F12 8333 Kingsbridge Drive Sacramento 95829

Beckie Schafer – Site Secretary TELEPHONE: 228-2240

SMEDBURG Middle School Rm O-04 8239 Kingsbridge Drive Sacramento 95829

Beckie Schafer – Site Secretary TELEPHONE: 228-2240

SOLID FOUNDATION SETA Preschool 7505 Franklin Blvd. Sacramento 95823

Karin Saunders – Site Secretary TELEPHONE: 228-2386 CLASSROOM: 563-5082

SUNRISE Elementary Rm E1 11821Cobble Brook Drive Rancho Cordova 95742

Beckie Schafer – Site Secretary TELEPHONE: 228-2240 CLASSROOM: 942-2145

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COMMUNITY SCHOOLS GERBER ROAD Community School 8401 B Gerber Road Sacramento 95828

Tiressa Briggs – Transition Specialist TELEPHONE: 228-2329

HICKEY (Elinor L.) Community School 2040 Ethan Way Sacramento 95825

Sandra Huit – Site Secretary TELEPHONE: 228-2074

NORTH AREA Community School (County Community Day School) 4000 Pinell Street Sandra Huit – Site Secretary Sacramento 95838 TELEPHONE: 228-2074

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COMMUNITY SCHOOL - CARE PROGRAM SITES CENTER High School - CARE Program 3111 Center Court Lane Antelope 95842

FRONT OFFICE: 338-6422 CLASSROOM: 339-4733

ENCINA Preparatory High School CARE Program FRONT OFFICE: 971-7538 1400 Bell Street Rm #SN3 Sacramento 95825 FOOTHILL High School - CARE Program 5000 McCloud Drive Sacramento 95842

FRONT OFFICE: 566-3445 CLASSROOM: 566-3445 x65564

LAGUNA CREEK High School - CARE Program 9050 Vicino Drive Elk Grove 95758

FRONT OFFICE: 683-1339 CLASSROOM: 683-1339 x6982

MITCHELL (W.E.) Middle School - CARE Program FRONT OFFICE: 916-294-9050 2100 Zinfandel Drive CLASSROOM: 916-635-8460 Rancho Cordova, CA 95670 NATOMAS PROMISE (Discovery HS) 3401 Fong Ranch Sacramento 95834

FRONT OFFICE: 928-5200 CLASSROOM: 925-5200 x2232

RILES (Wilson C) Middle School - CARE Program FRONT OFFICE: 787-8100 4747 Pfe Rd Rm-507 CLASSROOM: 787-8100 x2520 Roseville 95747 SUTTER Middle School - CARE Program 715 Riley Street Folsom, CA 95630

FRONT OFFICE: 264-4150 CLASSROOM: 985-3644

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COURT SCHOOL SITES EL CENTRO Jr./Sr. High School (Juvenile Hall) 9601 Keifer Blvd. Sacramento 95827

Carol Dana – Site Secretary TELEPHONE: 228-2525

ADULT PROGRAMS NCCT (Northern California Construction Training) 8516 Fruitridge Road Teresa English – Site Secretary Sacramento, CA 95826 TELEPHONE: 228-3376

SCBC (Sacramento Community Based Coalition) 10170 Missile Way Teresa English – Site Secretary Mather 95655 TELEPHONE: 228-3376

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