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Pupil Services Division

The Pupil Services Division is comprised of two departments: Special Education and Student Services. Together they share a common mission and vision.

Pupil Services Mission

The mission of the Pupil Services Division is to enhance and strengthen learning for all students.

Pupil Services Vision

The vision of the Pupil Services Division is that all students will experience a seamless system of supports, with a clearly articulated set of processes, that address their barriers to success.


On March 1, federal District Court Judge Kimberly Mueller modified an earlier order and determined that records containing the information of some 10 million California students will not be provided outright to the attorneys involved in a statewide special education lawsuit (Morgan Hill Concerned Parents Association v. California Department of Education). Instead, the database containing the records will remain in the sole custody of the California Department of Education (CDE). CDE must assist the plaintiffs’ attorneys in searching the database for information. The judge also reiterated that no personally identifiable information of any student may be released to the plaintiffs’ attorneys unless they demonstrate to the satisfaction of the court that a secure method will be used to store the data.

El primero de marzo, el juez de la Corte Federal de Distrito Kimberly Mueller modificó una orden anterior y determinó que los documentos que contienen la información de unos 10 millones de estudiantes de California no serán proporcionados a los abogados involucrados en una demanda de educación especial en todo el estado (Morgan Hill Concerned Parents Association v. California Department of Education) . En su lugar la base de datos que contiene los registros permanecerá bajo la custodia exclusiva del Departamento de Educación de California (CDE). El CDE debe ayudar a los abogados de los demandantes en la búsqueda de la base de datos para obtener información. El juez también reiteró que ninguna información de identificación personal de cualquier estudiante puede ser puesto en libertad a los abogados de los demandantes a menos que demuestren satisfacción de la corte que un método seguro se utiliza para almacenar los datos.

Pupil Services Administrators

Giovanni Linares

Director, Pupil Services



Jonelle Castiglia

Administrator, Special Education



Hector Molina

Administrator, Attendance