If there is concern about a student's progress, reach out to the student's teacher(s) first and consult their counselor. The counselor can set up a Student Study Team (SST) meeting if the student is performing below average, if needed, to discuss appropriate supports for their student.
This website of the California Department of Education will lead you to information translated in many languages on the California English Language Development Test which by law must be administered to every newly enrolling student whose first language is not English. In the second open field or box type the phrase "CELDT Tests Results Interpretation Guide" and hit the enter key.
You can also use this same website to access information translated in many languages on the California High School Exit Exam. In the second open field or box type "CAHSEE Information for Parents and Guardians" and hit the enter key.
Restorative justice is a creative approach to justice that focuses on offenders taking responsibility for their actions. Any victims involved may also take part to help with the process of repairing any harm that may have been done.
Restorative justice encourages students to think about their errors and how they can improve upon their future actions.