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School Choice (Intradistrict)
The District is no longer accepting School Choice Transfer Applications for the 2019-2020 school year. However, if you reside outside of District boundaries, but wish for your student to be considered for enrollment at one of the District's 34 school sites for the 2019-2020 school year, you must obtain an Interdistrict Attendance Agreement form from your home school district. Click here to learn more about Interdistrict Transfers. 
School Choice Transfer Application Timeline

Final Application Period
Wednesday, May 1, 2019 - Friday, May 10, 2019
Final Application Notification
Friday, June 14, 2019 

Student Services - What We Do

The Student Services Department is involved with student attendance, school transfers, suspensions, Safe School reports, Safe School plans, Calworks (students on state assistance), Threat Assessment, and discipline in general. 

The Student Services staff processes all expulsion cases that occur during the school year. Student Services assists schools with parent meetings, prepares all documents necessary for expulsion hearings, and participates in the hearings. Student Services is also part of the Threat Assessment team. This involves working with school personnel to investigate incidents that occur at the school and/or with students. Student Services handles numerous phone calls that range from custody issues to questions regarding the Education Code or Penal Code. Student Services is a service-oriented department.


Richard McAlindin
Executive Director, Instructional Support
(714) 985-8727

Rick Riegel

Administrator, Student Services
(714) 985-8670

Jason Pike
Teacher on Special Assignment (TOSA)
(714) 985-8658

Samadi Dixon

(714) 985-8789

Carol Martinez
(714) 985-8724 

Erica Rubalcava
Office Coordinator 
(714) 985-8670