Students who are either on probation, expelled from local district schools, referred by a School Attendance Review Board, Foster Youth Services, enrolled at parent request or homeless.
SJCOE's one.Program uses integrated thematic curriculum, with core subjects taught around a yearly theme broken down into four two-quarter units. There are currently 21 school sites throughout San Joaquin County. School sites vary from “general education” to “focus sites.”
Students may be referred to the Alternative Program by a district Child Welfare and Attendance official, a School Attendance Review Board, the Juvenile Court, a probation officer or a social worker. A student’s placement may be court-ordered, which could result in enrollment in either a Court School Program, Day Center Program or Community School Program.
After all of the necessary paperwork is received, the student or parent may call (209) 468-9026 to schedule an appointment to enroll.