- Aeries Student Portal
- Prospective Students and Parents
- Student and Family Support
- School Accountability Report Cards
- Mental Health Counseling
- CJUSD Adopted Curriculum List
Student and Family Support
The Student & Family Support Services Office serves STUDENTS, FAMILIES, and SCHOOLS throughout all
of the Center Joint Unified School District.
GET IN TOUCH
CJUSD District Annex
The mission of the Center Joint Unified School District Student & Family Support Services Office is to help eliminate barriers to school success and help ensure a positive outcome for every CJUSD student by serving and supporting students, families, and schools through equitable access to services, resources, and referrals that are integrated, comprehensive, and responsive to the identified needs.
By working in partnership with state and community agencies and the school community, the Student & Family Support Services Office will be a viable and sustainable resource of equitable access to support and services meeting the needs of students, families, and schools, by connecting students and families to relevant services, resources, support, and referrals.
The Student & Family Support Services Office will collaborate with the school community to facilitate and coordinate appropriate and equitable supports and services for all students; share best practices, provide technical assistance and trainings involving the education of Foster Children and Youth and Students Experiencing Homelessness; and provide program support focused on social-emotional and mental well-being, strengthening school climate and culture, and educational enhancement opportunities.
November is National Homeless Youth Awareness Month
How Can YOU Support?
How Can WE Support You?
Sacramento Regional Transit
With RydeFreeRT, students in transitional kindergarten through 12th grade can ride the entire SacRT transit network for free. The program includes SacRT buses, light rail and SmaRT Ride on-demand microtransit services. The RydeFreeRT program is available for any youth that live or go to school within SacRT’s service area, which includes the cities of Sacramento, Elk Grove, Folsom, Citrus Heights, Rancho Cordova and parts of Sacramento County.
Get Your Pass Today At The
Student & Family Support Services Office
(past Center High School)
Reach out to us with any questions
Student & Family Support Services Office at 916-338-6387
Tutoring and Homework Help
CJUSD Resource Guide
Suicide & Crisis Lifeline
Federal Communications Commission
Get Connected California!
The Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) provides eligible households up to $30 a month
toward their internet bills, as well as a one-time discount of up to $100 to purchase a laptop, desktop computer, or tablet.
PROGRAMS & SERVICES CAN BE FOUND BY CLICKING ON THE PAGE LINKS ASSOCIATED WITH THIS WEBPAGE.