Sweetwater Union High School District is committed to collaborating with caregivers, foster parents, kinship providers, group home providers, social workers, probation officers, court-appointed special advocates, and other members of the community to promote educational rights, stability, and success for students in foster care.
Sweetwater Union High School District’s Foster & Homeless Youth Education Services Program provides students in foster care with assistance related to:
- School placement, enrollment, and transfer
- School meals
- School transportation
- Educational services
- Mental health services
- Case consultation and management
- Dispute resolution process
For more information, please contact Molly Ravenscroft, Family Community Services Program Coordinator, at 619-407-4969 or Molly.Ravenscroft@sweetwaterschools.org.
Foster Youth Education Rights