|The Department of Student Services and School Attendance (SSSA) is responsible for providing an interdisciplinary approach to resolving identified student problems related to school attendance, student behavior or unsatisfactory academic achievement. SSSA works closely with law enforcement agencies, the courts, Juvenile Probation, the Department of Social Services, Department of Health, California Youth Authority and numerous public and private agencies providing services to and for children. SSSA staff work directly with parents, pupils and community members to provide a safe school environment conducive to learning.
Located just south of Herndon Ave. off of Sunnyside Ave. in Clovis
1465 David E. Cook Way, Clovis
Employment Based Residence Enrollment
California law allows anyone working within the boundaries of Clovis Unified to enroll in CUSD. To enroll a child in Clovis Unified under the Employment Based Residence Law (CA Ed Code 48204) present a current paycheck stub or business license to the District's SSSA office and fill out an Employment Based Residency Request Form (Exhibit No. 6). It is not necessary to first contact your current school district.
- For applications submitted before May 1 for the following school year, families will generally receive notice of the enrollment choices available before July 1. For enrollment requests during the current school year generally, within a week, the District will process your application for enrollment.
- Once enrollment is authorized, in addition to your approval letter from the Student Services Office, you will need the following documents to enroll at your new school:
- Child's Birth Certificate
- Child's Immunization Records
- We will accept the following documents to establish a home mailing address:
- Recent PG & E Bill
- Recent Water, Sewage & Garbage Bill
- Current Rental/Lease Agreement
- Escrow Papers that indicate that the closing date is within 45 days
- Recent Property Tax Payment receipt
- Recent Pay Check Stub
- Voter Registration Card
- A certified copy of the Voter Registration Application Form
2011 Pertussis (Whooping Cough) Immunizations Requirements for Students
For the 2011-12 School year only, ALL students entering 7th through 12th grades will need proof of a Tdap booster shot before starting school.
Beginning July 1, 2012, and beyond, all students entering the 7th grade will need proof of Tdap booster shot before starting school.
If you child 10 years and older has not yet received the “Tdap” Pertussis booster shot, please contact your doctor or our Children’s Health Center.
Getting a booster shot now will protect your child against the ongoing threat of Pertussis and meet the new school requirements that begins in the 2011/12 school year (California law- Assembly Bill 354) Please contact your child’s School Nurse if you have any questions.
Please note: Residents of Sierra Unified School District are not eligible to participate in Employment Based Residence Enrollment at this time as their number of transfers has exceeded state regulations. However, students may pursue a traditional Interdistrict transfer.
Open Enrollment, Interdistrict and Intradistrict Transfer Policies
Clovis Unified School District recognizes that students and families have unique needs deserving special consideration. Therefore, procedures have been established providing for the attendance needs of students and families, which supersede the school selection determined by the residence of the student.
To apply for a transfer, print the appropriate Exhibit form and once completed, turn it into your neighborhood school or the SSSA office.
For additional information, consult the following Board Policies, Administrative Regulations and Exhibits (which include the transfer application):
2202 - Student Residence (includes enrollment using place of work)
2208 - Open Enrollment within the District
2209 - Intradistrict Transfers During the School Year (within the District)
2210 - Interdistrict Transfers (District of Choice)
You may look up all board policies here