Programs

Comprehensive Student Assistance Teams (CSAT CORE Teams) assess students through the Ready to Learn Process. The goal is to match students and their family with the appropriate level of services available through the CARE Youth Partnership. Addressing the influences that contribute to a child’s ability to learn enhances their performance in the classroom.

The EUSD Support Team member will work with you to identify the most appropriate program and/or service to meet your needs. Whether you are a teacher looking to connect a student with counseling services at school or a parent looking for a positive activity for your child in the community, the support team member at your local school will link you to school and community-based programs and services.  For more information on the EUSD Integrated Student Support programs at an individual school site, please contact the school social worker, counselor or parent liaison at the school site.

  

Case Management Services – The Case Management staff work with youth and their families to determine services necessary to help the student engage acceptably in school and the community.  Services may include basic needs case management, connecting youth to positive youth development activities, or enrolling parents in Guiding Good Choices Parent Education Workshops.

Program Type:  Violence Prevention, Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug Intervention, Mental Health Services
Time:  During and After School
Location:  School Sites, Community Locations, Home
Eligibility:  Elementary and Middle School Students

 

Club Live Program – A student leadership program designed to empower students to develop and implement alcohol, tobacco, and other drug prevention programs and activities at school and in the community.

Program Type: Positive Youth Development
Time:  After School
Location:  Middle Schools and Community
Eligibility:  Middle School Students

  

Family Intervention Team (FIT) - The FIT Program staff provide home and school-based services to students at risk for involvement in gang activity in the community.  Students enrolled in the FIT Program participate in weekly gang prevention groups.

Program Type:  Violence Prevention
Time: After School, Weekends
Location:  School, Community Locations, Home
Eligibility:  Del Dios and Mission Students

 

Insight Groups – School-based educational courses focused on alcohol, tobacco, other drug use, decision-making, and problem solving.

Program Type:  Skill Building Group
Time:  Before, during and after school
Location:  Middle Schools
Eligibility:  Middle School Students recommended by school staff or parent/guardian

 

Intervening With Teen Tobacco Users (TEG) – A comprehensive, 8-session education program for middle school students who have violated school or community policy on underage tobacco use.  The curriculum uses the Stage of Change Model (Prochaska and DiClemente) to help students gain the knowledge, motivation and skill to move towards a tobacco free lifestyle.

Program Type:  Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug Use Early Intervention Program
Time:  During or After School
Location:  Middle School
Eligibility:  Middle School Students recommended by school staff or parent/guardian

 

Parent University – A series of school-based parent education courses and classes designed to increase a parent’s understanding of and ability to respond to their child(s)’ social, emotional, behavioral or academic barriers to learning.

Program Type:  Skill Building
Time:  During School, After School
Location:  Elementary and Middle Schools
Eligibility:  ALL Parents

 

Peace Patrol Program – A school-based peer mediation program that focuses on teaching 4th and 5th grade students conflict resolution and problem solving strategies. The program also trains students to implement these skills with their peers in order to create a more peaceful environment on the playground.

Program Type:  Skill Building Group/Positive Youth Development
Time:  Recess and Lunch Time, After School
Location:  School Sites
Eligibility:  3rd, 4th, 5th Grade Students

 

PLUS (Peer Leaders Uniting Students) – A program that recruits and trains peer leaders from diverse student groups to develop and implement activities that engage students in meaningful participation in school and the community.

Program Type:  Skills Building Group/Positive Youth Development
Time:  During School or After School
Location:  School Site, Community Locations
Eligibility:  Middle School Students

 

Project Alert – A school-based prevention program for middle school students designed to prevent the use of alcohol, tobacco or other drugs.

Program Type:  Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug Use Prevention
Time:  During School
Location:  7th and 8th Grade P.E. Classes                                                                      
Eligibility:  7th and 8th Grade Students

 

Safe Walk Program – Parent volunteers and community members monitor the streets around district schools in order to ensure that students are safe on their way to and from school.

Program Type:  Prevention
Time:  Before and After School
Location:  Streets surrounding EUSD schools
Eligibility:  Currently at Mission Middle School, and at Central, Farr, Lincoln, Oak Hill, Pioneer,and  Rose Elementary Schools.
 

 

School-Based Mental Health Treatment Services – Vista Hill Foundation staff provide individual, group, family therapy, behavior support, case management and psychiatric consultation by a Licensed Clinician and or MD.

Program Type:  Integrated Services
Time:  During and After School
Location:  School, Home, Community
Eligibility:  Elementary and Middle School Student Requiring Medically Necessary Mental Health Treatment Services

 

Season for Nonviolence – A global 64-day celebration of peace and nonviolence recognized between January 30th and April 4th in remembrance of the anniversaries of the assassinations of M.K. Gandhi and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.  The EUSD celebration includes a Season for Nonviolence Assembly and concurrent school-wide activities designed to recognize and reinforce the ideas of peace and nonviolence.

Program Type:  Prevention                                                                                                 Time: Before, During, and After School between January 30th and April 4th                                                                                                                                     Location:  School, Home, Community                                                                     Eligibility:  Students who are not attending school on a regular basis.

 

Truancy Intervention Program– Under the guidance of the district’s Intervention Specialist and through site Student Attendance Review Teams (SART) and the district’s Student Attendance Review Board (SARB), students who do not attend school on a regular basis will receive support at school and in the community to encourage regular school attendance.

Program Type:  Truancy Intervention                                                                  Time:  N/A                                                                                                                        Location:  School, Home, Community                                                                Eligibility:  Students who are not attending school on a regular basis.

  

Know the Signs Program – School-wide program that teaches youth to “Know the Signs and Reach Out”, providing the skills to identify suicide risk and reach out for help.

Program Type:  Mental Health Prevention                                                            Time:  During School                                                                                                    Location:  School Assembly – October, November                                        Eligibility: All 6th and 8th Grade Students