4 months ago
**PLEASE CLICK HERE FOR A MORE EXTENSIVE LIST OF VARIOUS TYPES OF RESOURCES IN OUR COMMUNITY**
Interface: (805) 485-6114
VCBH Youth & Family Program: (805) 981-8460
Cal Lutheran Community Counseling Services (in Oxnard): (805) 493-3059
Clinicas Del Camino Real: (805) 436-344
ASSISTANCE WITH RENT AND UTILITIES
Salvation Army: (805) 483-9235
Dignity Health: (805) 988-2651
Home Energy Assistance Program: (805) 436-4000
Salvation Army: (805) 659-3598
Ventura County Rescue Mission (805) 487-1234
Many Mansions: (805)496-4948
St. Paul’s Baptist Church: (805) 643-5033
Catholic Charities of Ventura County: (805) 486-2900
Ventura County Rescue Mission: (805) 487-1234
Oxnard Community Food Pantry: (805) 485-3325
La Hermandad: (805) 483-4620
Ventura County Pet Pantry: (805) 388-4341
Dignity Health: (805)988-2651
Children’s Intensive Response Team (CIRT): 1-866-431-2478
over 2 years ago
If a child is sick, has a fever or is throwing up, they should of course stay at home until they are better. However, parents and students with late night routines who have a difficult time getting up in the morning or students who have emotional issues or anxiety that make coming to school a challenge, should contact Mrs. Acosta to discuss strategies for helping improve school attendance.
Parents should notify the school if their child is sick by phoning (805)488-3638 and let our school secretaries know when their child will be absent. Please remember that checking your child out early impacts academics as significantly as arriving late each day.
Here are some tips on how to promote good attendance.
4 months ago
-Physical: actions that hurt your body
-Verbal: words that hurt your feelings
-Friendship: words/actions that hurt your friendships, using a friendship or threatening to take friendship away
-Cyberbullying: intentional, repeated harmful behavior using technology
Parents: Please read the following article which helps parents identify a bully, understand why kids bully, recognize the signs of bullying, knowing how to help kids and what advice to give them, and teaching them how to restore their confidence.
Students: Please read the following article to learn how to help a kid who's bullied.