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FOR MPUSD STUDENT TRANSFERS OR STUDENT RECORDS

To apply for a transfer to another MPUSD school, or to a school outside of MPUSD,

please contact:

Sandra Batista
Student Transfers
Phone: (831) 392-3914
E-mail: sbatista@mpusd.k12.ca.us

 

For assistance with student records,

Please contact:

Roxanne Terrell
Phone: (831)392-3925
Fax: (831) 899-7159
E-mail: rterrell@mpusd.k12.ca.us

 

540 Canyon Del ReyDel Rey Oaks, CA 93940

Brain Development Presentation

The 2013–14 Transitional Kindergarten Conference was held in Pasadena, California, on May 1, 2014. Dr. Patricia Wolfe presented the keynote presentation on brain development in the early years, and enlightened listeners with her thoughts, dispelling common misconceptions and providing practical advice on how educators can make the most of the marvelous opportunity to educate young children.

Dr. Patricia Wolfe Introduction
The Amazing Developing Brain, Part 1
The Amazing Developing Brain, Part 2

Coalition of Homeless Services Providers

Coalition of Homeless Services Providers

Martinez Hall, 220 12th Street

Marina, CA 93933

Phone: 831-883-3080

Fax:  831 883-3035

Immediate Help

“ Warming Center”

215 Lincoln St. In Salinas

(Be there by  6:15 pm every night while you work in a long term transitional housing.

They will provide food,  shelter, etc., as well as leads for jobs).

PARTNERSHIP AGENCIES

Homelessness

Coalition of Homelessness Service Providers

www.chspmontereycounty.org

831-383-3080

Veterans Transition Center

www.vtcmonterey.org

831-883-8387
  

Monterey County Rape Crisis Center

www.mtryrapecrisis.org
831-375-4357
(24-hour crisis hotline)

Domestic Violence Coordinating Council of Monterey www.co.monterey.ca.us/dvcc/

YWCA of the Monterey County www.ywca.org
1-800-YWCA-151
(24-hour domestic violence crisis hotline)

National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV) www.nnedv.org
202-543-5566

For more information on Domestic Violence Agencies throughout California www.safenetwork.net/AgencyList.aspx

California Partnership to End Domestic Violence

 Monterey County Department of Social & Employment Services

http://mcdses.co.monterey.ca.us
831-755-4448

Community Human Services www.chservices.org
831-658-3811

CCHAS www.cchas.org
831-442-3959

Salvation Army www.tsamonterey.com
831-899-4911

Housing Resource Center www.hrcmc.org
831-424-9186

Interim, Inc. www.interiminc.com
831-649-4522

REFERRAL AGENCIES:

831-424-9186

Interim, Inc. www.interiminc.com

831-649-4522

One Stop Career Center of Monterey County www.onestopmonterey.org 
831-796-3600 (Salinas)
831-899-8236 (Seaside)

Employment Development Department (EDD) www.edd.ca.gov
1-800-480-3287

The Monterey County Veterans Employment Committee www.redshift.com/~spartan

Monterey Adult School www.montereyadultschool.com 
831-373-4600

California State Department of Rehabilitation www.rehab.cahwnet.gov
831-769-8066

One-Stop Career Center of Monterey County / JobLink   www.onestopmonterey.org

Pacific Grove Adult Education www.pgusd.org/pgaehome.htm
831-646-6580

Member Agencies:

  • Community Human Services
  • Franciscan Workers
  • Housing Authority of the County of Monterey
  • Interim, Inc.
  • Central Coast HIV-AIDS Services
  • Salvation Army, Monterey Peninsula Corps
  • Shelter Outreach Plus
  • Sun Street Centers
  • Veterans Transition Center
  • Housing Resource Center
  • Homeless Coalition of San Benito County

Free Educational Sites

While we use quite a few different educational applications in our school computer lab and classrooms, many of these applications cost and would need to be purchased for home use (Math/Reading Blaster, Mavis Beacon, etc.). Below is a list of free educational websites (games, resources, etc.) that you and your child can visit from home. 
 

Homeless Education

Provides information about homeless students rights to enroll in and attend school, participate fully and succeed.

Homeless Children & Youth Services

Homeless Children & Youth Education

Information for persons who lack a fixed, regular, and adequate residence.

McKinney-Vento Homeless Act

A federal, supplemental, competitive grant program that protects the
educational rights of homeless children and youths.

Comcast Introduces Internet EssentialsSM.

Comcast Introduces Internet EssentialsSM.  A fast, affordable home Internet service. If your child receives free or reduced price school lunches, you may qualify. While participating in Internet Essentials, customers receive: AFFORDABLE INTERNET $9.95 a month + tax and no price increases, no activation fees, and no equipment rental fees. You may even buy a low-cost computer, available at the initial enrollment for $149.99 plus tax.  For more information please visit InternetEssentials.com or call 1-855-8-INTERNET (1-855-846-8376). 

HRSA FOCUSES ON UNINSURED

Did You Know?

  • Health Centers cared for 20.2 million patients last year.
  • About 4 million of these patients received dental services and 1 million received mental/behavioral health care.
  • About 36 percent of health center patients have no health insurance.
  • Health Centers provide primary care, defined by the Institute of Medicine as: The provision ofintegrated, accessible health care services by clinicians who are accountable for addressing a large majority of personal health care needs, developing a sustained partnership with patients, and practicing in the context of family and community.

News & Events

As the Nation's access agency, HRSA focuses on uninsured, underserved, and special needs populations in its goals and program activities. Use the links below to find out about current news and events at HRSA.

Press Releases
Official press releases from HRSA

http://www.hrsa.gov/

PARENTS RIGHTS/DERECHOS DE LOS PADRES

Parent Rights and Procedural Safeguards

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PARENT INVOLVEMENT

101 Ways Parents Can Help Students Achieve
101 Ways Parents Can Help Students Achieve, a booklet from the American Association of School Administrators, is a valuable tool for principals, teachers, and parents.

A Dozen Activities to Promote Parent Involvement
Many parents say that they feel unwelcome or uncomfortable in their children's schools. Teachers often feel under attack by parents who are highly involved. Learn how to bridge the gap.

Parental Involvement Is as Easy as PIE
A special program in Phoenix, Arizona, makes parents true partners in their children's education. "Parent involvement will probably make more difference than anything else we could ever do to help our children learn," says Bonnie McReynolds, the teacher behind the program.

See many more ideas for involving parents in school on Education World'sParent Involvement page