The purpose of establishing the Vallejo Full Service Community Schools Program (VFSCS) is to ensure students have clear pathways from Preschool to College and Career. The VFSCS program provides comprehensive academic, social, mental, and physical education services to meet student, family, and community needs beginning in the North Vallejo community.
Program's Goal and Objectives:
The goal of the Vallejo Full Service Community Schools (FSCS) is to improve student academic achievement and well being through the offering of comprehensive high-quality services. The following are the program's main objectives:
Improve student achievement (closing the achievement gap)
Improve student attendance
Reduce student referrals, suspensions, and expulsions
Increase student well-being in a range of health indices
Improve school campus safety
Increase parent involvement in their children's education
Phase I: For the 2012-13 school year, the Vallejo FSCS program will target and serve students and parents in the following four schools: (1) Elsa Widenmann Elementary; (2) Loma Vista Environmental Science Academy; (3) Solano Middle School; (4) Vallejo High School; and (5) Jesse Bethel High School. The program is scheduled to start providing services August 2012 and serve approximately 3,000 students and family members.
Phase II: In school year 2013-14, we will add an additional 7 elementary schools, Franklin Middle, and Peoples High School.
Phase III: In 2014-15, will add the remaining 8 elementary schools, and Hogan Middle School.