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    Child Welfare and Attendance (CWA) has the privilege and responsibility to support students and families. Child Welfare has several areas of accountability with a focus on increasing school attendance. These efforts are supported by CWA’s Social Services Case Managers and Truancy Outreach Specialists, who are assigned specific school sites, and provide student support to encourage improved school attendance. Our primary goal is to support all students in school, every day, for the entire school year.

    CWA supports elementary and high school sites with student 504 Plans, Home Hospital Instruction (HHI), referrals to San Joaquin County Office of Education, the Attendance and/or Behavior School Attendance Review Board (SARB) process, expulsion process, and data related to student attendance, suspension, and expulsions. We consider ourselves a resource and partner to our school site colleagues.  

    If you have questions or concerns, please reach out and contact us via CWA@stocktonusd.net.

Contacts

  • Mary Jo Cowan
    Interim Assistant Superintendent, Educational Support Services

    Jessica Martinez
    Administrator
    (209) 933-7020 ext. 8017

    Jennifer Robles
    District 504 Coordinator
    (209) 933-7130

    Queenie Ataya
    Executive Assistant II
    (209) 933-7130 ext. 2612


    Child Welfare & Attendance
    1144 E. Channel St., Room 111
    Stockton, CA 95205
    (209) 933-7020

    We are dedicated to improving school climate and increasing school attendance.