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The Student Services Department supports the district by coordinating programs that benefit our students. 

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Beginning May 31, 2022 the processing of work permits can be completed at the district office. Summer hours are Monday - Thursday 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
You can print out the below Statement of Intent to Employ a Minor form or pick one up at the Student Services Department located at 5115 Dudley Blvd., Bay C, McClellan, CA 95652. Contact us at (916) 566-1620.

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Please visit the Parent Resources site to find information on bullying: Board Policy, prevention and TRUSD Resolution.
For bullying complaints, download the suspected bullying report form.

An informational brochure on the Section 504 Accommodation Plan is also available on the Parent Resources site.

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Visit the Student Health Wellness and Prevention site for Tdap immunization requirements and additional student health information.

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Please visit the Student Health Wellness and Prevention site for information regarding immunizations.  
For children without insurance, contact the Child Health and Disability Prevention (CHDP) Program at (916) 875-7151.


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To request transcripts from Norte Del Rio or Grant High School from 1933 to 1987, contact our Student Services Department at (916) 566-1620 with the Records Request (English/Spanish) and a photo ID.

To request records for Adult Education, contact (916) 566-2785.

All other requests for transcripts can be made to your former school of attendance by contacting the registrar's office.

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Tips for Parents and Teachers

Whenever a national tragedy occurs, such as terrorist attacks or natural disasters, children, like many people, may be confused or frightened. Most likely they will look to adults for information and guidance on how to react.  Parents and school personnel can help children cope first and foremost by establishing a sense of safety and security. As more information becomes available, adults can continue to help children work through their emotions and perhaps even use the process as a learning experience.