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CONTACT INFORMATION

Janelle Eyet
Director, Student Services
jeyet@martinez.k12.ca.us

Jessica Crump
Administrative Secretary
Phone: (925) 335-5918 jcrump@martinez.k12.ca.us

Student Services

The Student Services department is comprised of programs designed to ensure diverse paths to success in an environment that fosters human dignity and promotes academic social, emotional and personal success. The department is responsible for the following:

  • Coordinating the district-wide elementary registration process.
  • Verifying residency for enrollment.
  • Processing requests for intra-district (transfers between schools inside MUSD) agreements.
  • Processing requests for inter-district (transfers between schools outside MUSD) agreements.
  • Administering involuntary transfer hearings and students suspensions / expulsions.
  • Overseeing the School Attendance Review Board (SARB).
  • Implementing Safe and Drug Free Schools & Healthy Kids Programs.
  • Hearing and Resolving parent support / compliance issues.
  • Administers district alternative dispute resolution.

Child Abuse Reporting Procedures

Please follow this link to find information to assist parents and guardians in determining whether of not child abuse has occurred and, if so, how to file a complaint of child abuse with local law enforcement (per new state guidelines 2014).

 

 

Stop Bullying!

Links

Parent Resources

Healthy Kids Survey

Free Bus Passes

Health Alert Overdose Deaths

 

20/20 Video Heroin in the Heartland
The faces of heroin include the young, middle-to-upper class and suburban. What was once thought of as an inner-city problem is now a national epidemic. Bill Whitaker reports here.

 

Drug Paraphernalia-Hidden Stashes

Teenage Drug Use  

 

Special Report: Teens using E-Cigs to smoke marijuana
This is a new trend. If your kid is using an e-cig check out this article.

California Law Regarding Safe Storage of Firearms 

 

Cough and Cold Medicine Abuse

To understand the risks and know how to prevent your children from intentionally overdosing on cough and cold medicine follow this link.