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Dr. Allen L. Dosty, Jr.
     Coordinator        Custodian of Records
adosty@lodiusd.net
(209)331-7055

Courtney De Santiago
Administrative Secretary
cdesantiago@lodiusd.net
(209)331-7055

Maricela Corona   Administrative Secretary
mcorona@lodiusd.net
(209)331-7055

13451 N. Extension Road
Lodi, CA 95242 

            

DEPARTMENT RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Caregiver Authorizations
  • Complaint Resolution
  • County One Program Referral
  • Disciplinary Matters
  • District Attorney Referrals, Summons and Orders
  • Expulsion Due Process
  • Foster Youth Liaison
  • Home Hospital Instruction
  • Inter-District Transfer Agreements (IDAs)
  • Intra-District Transfer Agreement Appeals
  • Pupil Records
  • Residency Verification
  • Student Attention Review Boards (SARBs)
  • School Site Suspension Appeals

Staff

Crystal Esquivel
Lodi HS (Office)
(209) 331-7754

Lodi High

Liberty High

Heritage

Joe Serna

 
Denise Morgan
Tokay HS (Office)
(209) 331-7882
 

Tokay High

Nichols

Beckman

Borchardt

Live Oak

Diana Saragoza
Live Oak ES (Office)
(209) 331-7363

 

Hann Soy
Mosier Elementary
(209) 953-3239

Juan Gonzalez
Plaza Robles High School
(209) 953-8193
 
(Vacant)
TBA

Patricia Gurecki
Podesta Ranch Elementary
(209) 953-3378

Paula Calderon
Millswood Middle School
(209) 331-8340
 
Samuel Gonzalez
McNair High School
(209) 953-3109

THE 2019/2020 INTER-DISTRICT TRANSFER AGREEMENT (IDA) WINDOW CLOSED.  

PLEASE ENROLL YOUR STUDENT AT THEIR ASSIGNED HOME SCHOOL.

What is an IDA?

An Inter-district attendance transfer (IDA) agreement is needed when parents/legal guardians wish to enroll their student(s) at a school that is outside of the district in which they reside. IDA's are required when parents wish to enroll their students into an LUSD school, but physically reside in another district's boundaries. IDA's are also required for LUSD residents wishing to enroll their children in outside districts.

California Education Code sections 46600-46601 permits parents/guardians to request an inter-district attendance transfer (IDA) agreement. The fundamental basis for this provision is the signing of an agreement between districts. An IDA agreement must be approved by, both, the student’s original district of residence and the district to which the student seeks to transfer. Both districts must approve the agreement before it becomes valid. The agreement is for one year only and includes terms and conditions. It is within the authority of either the home district or the receiving district to revoke an IDA agreement at any time for any reason either district deems appropriate.

 

***PLEASE NOTE*** 

The Child Welfare and Attendance office does not handle INTRA-District Transfers.  Those transfers are from school to school within the District and are handled by the school site principals.  If you want your child to go to a school other than their attendance area school within the District, you must start the process at your child's attendance area school first.  Once reviewed by the principal of the attendance area school, if approved, the attendance area school will forward to the school that is being requested.  Please note that there is a deadline for filing these transfer requests, please check with your attendance area school for that date.

STUDENT ATTENDANCE REVIEW BOARDS (SARBS)

What is SARB?

SARB was established by the California legislature in 1975 for the purposes of:

Making a better effort to meet the needs of students with attendance or behavior problems.  Promoting the use of alternatives to the juvenile court system. To achieve these goals, the legislation provides for a multi-agency. 

SARB may include the following agencies:

  • Children’s Services
  • Law Enforcement
  • Community-Based Organizations
  • School-Based Services
  • District Attorney’s Office 

SARB process begins with the identification of attendance and/or behavior concerns followed by classroom, school and district level interventions.

SARB is specifically charged with finding solutions to unresolved student attendance and discipline problems by bringing together, on a regular basis, representatives of agencies that make up the SARB Panel. SARB further surveys available community resources, determine the appropriateness of their services, and makes recommendations to meet the needs of referred students.

SARB seeks to understand why students are experiencing attendance and behavior problems, and serves as a vehicle to correct those problems. 


Good Attendance is the Key to Success!       LEARN MORE

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