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Child Welfare and Attendance

Child Welfare and Attendance

 Child Welfare and Attendance icon Child Welfare and Attendancetitle

Our goal is to educate your child. We cannot be successful if your child is not in school.

Child Welfare and Attendance (CWA) was implemented at Woodland Joint Unified School District to coordinate services that allow students and families to be successful in school and life in general. CWA will provide services to students and families who are:
  • Truant
  • Expelled
  • Dis-enrolled
  • Dropped Out
  • On probation
  • Homeless
  • Foster Youth
 
California compulsory education law requires everyone between the ages of 6-18 years of age to attend school. The one exception is for 16 and 17 year olds who have graduated high school or passed the California High School Proficiency Examinations (CHSPE) and have parental permission to leave school.

CWA will help in the following ways: 
  • Assist students to enroll in appropriate educational programs
  • Monitor school attendance
  • Assist students in fulfilling School Attendance Review Board (SARB) expulsion and probation contracts
 
About the School Attendance Review Board (SARB)

About the School Attendance Review Board (SARB) iconAbout the School Attendance Review Board (SARB)title

Woodland Joint Unified School District operates a Student Attendance Review Board (SARB) process designed to support children and families in maintaining positive school attendance patterns which allow students the maximum opportunity to learn.

The SARB is composed of school, law enforcement, social service agencies, parents and community members, who meet regularly to diagnose and resolve persistent student attendance problems.

The goal of SARB is to help students stay in school. They work with truant or recalcitrant students and their parents or guardians to identify attendance problems early and to solve school attendance problems through the use of available school and community resources, including:
  • Parent/student conferences
  • Agreements
  • Contracts
  • Referrals to appropriate agencies for support services
 
Possible Consequences

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  • Parent - Infraction (Education Code 48293)
  • Truancy Notification Process (select below file to view process)
 
CWA Contact List

CWA Contact List iconCWA Contact Listtitle

Hector Molina, Administrator
Child Welfare & Attendance
(530) 406-3158

Reyna Madueno, Secretary

Expulsion Secretary
(530) 406-3151

Rosie Caraveo, Program Manager
(530) 406-3266

Karola Ramirez, Attendance Liaison
(530) 406-3165

Victor Rosales, Attendance Liaison
(530) 406-3287

Melina Medina, Attendance Liaison
(530) 406-3285