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Family Resources

South Bay Union School District values family engagement and partnerships design to support the needs of all students.

On August 20, 2020 the Board of Trustees approved the 2020-2021 Title I Parent and Family Engagement Policy. This policy was developed with the input of parents, families, students, and staff. The policy reflects our current educational environment and identifies strategies to increase parent and family engagement in a virtual environment. This policy will will be distributed at the start of the school year by school staff through various formats, which may include email, site level webpages, and parent handbooks.

2020-2021 SBUSD Title I Parent and Family Engagement Policy

 

FAMILY RESOURCES

Below are links to various resources that provide services or information to families related to topics of high value to the community we serve. Organizations are listed that can provide families with additional support during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Please note that the Reach Out to Families Center will reopen on July 26, 2021. Please communicate directly with Julie Crespo.

Julie Crespo - jcrespo@sbusd.org

Clothing Room

Please note that the clothing room is temporarily CLOSED to the public. Families in need of clothing can email directly to Julie Crespo at jcrespo@sbusd.org  to make individual arrangements.

 

Military Partnership

Contacts, Resources & Supports for our Military Families

 

Link to Military Partnership Page 

 

 

 

South Bay Community Services

South Bay Community Services (SBCS) transforms communities to support the well-being and prosperity of children, youth, and families. Through comprehensive and coordinated services and supports, they assist all individuals and all communities to reach their fullest potential.

Casa Familiar

Casa Familiar is the leading service and community development organization in the community of San Ysidro, providing over 40 bilingual programs and services at six different sites in the community. Programs range from Civic Engagement to Health & Social Services, Arts & Culture to Education.