Student Support Center
The Student Support Center is dedicated to supporting student success, the Student Support Center offers a wide range of social, emotional, academic, and health resources to help students thrive. We promote attendance and a positive school climate by focusing on the whole child, providing critical support services and removing barriers to learning.
The Guidance Counselor provides supports focused on 7th and 8th grade students, including:
- Academic advising
- High school options and applications
- Conflict Resolution
- College and Career readiness/information
- Problem Solving and referrals to school-based resources
- Student positive recognition
Mrs. Pamela Hunt
School Guidance Counselor (7th & 8th Grade)
After School Program
Rosa Parks After School Program is run by Target Excellence.
Funded to serve Rosa Parks with After School Education and Safety (ASES) dollars, TE is dedicated to administering quality education programs (not just babysitting) that help kids to identify their vision. It starts with an expectation that may be higher than what students expect for themselves.
For more information about the program please call them at (916) 524-7629.
The program runs everyday after school until 6:15 p.m.
Every year, nearly 3,000 young people throughout the nation join City Year and dedicate 11 months to making a lasting impact on students and communities across the country. Rosa Parks has been fortunate enough to host City Year Corps Members on campus for over a decade. These Corps Members provide a variety of supports to our students including:
Parent/Teacher Home Visit Project
Rosa Parks K-8 School also participates in the Parent/Teacher Home Visit Project. The aim of the Home Visit Project is to strengthen communication between schools and families as a means of improving student achievement and engagement. You are your student’s first teacher and their biggest influence. Home visits enable us to learn from you the best ways to support your student’s growth and success. Our visits will be informal and in a setting most familiar to you (either your home and/or a place away from the school that is comfortable for you).