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The health office is located in the upstairs school office. Students must have a written hall pass from a teacher or other staff member to visit the health office. The health clerk will determine if a student is able to return to class with an approved hall pass. Please be sure emergency cards on file contain current and correct information for contacting parents should the need arise. 
Medication at School: 
The State/District mandates rules and regulations on dispensing medication to students during school hours. If your student requires medication during school hours, the parent/guardian and doctor must complete the district medication form, (forms are available in the office). All medication must be in properly labeled prescription bottles and will be administered by school officials. As a safety measure, no medication may be sent to or from school with a child. Students are not allowed to have any medication on them, in their pockets, backpacks, etc. during school hours, unless authorized by the doctor or school officials.


Child Care

Travis Ranch Child Care Center is located on our campus. The office hours are 6:30a.m. to 6:00 p.m. We are open all year, including summer. For more information contact Katie Baucher at 714-986-7460.
Student Success Team
The goal of the Student Success Team is to assist our school community in the identification, referral, intervention, and follow-through of a school-based course of action to improve the well-being of students, specifically related to academics, behavior, health and attendance. There are Student Success Teams at both the elementary and middle school levels. 
Special Education Services  
The special education services provided for identified students are the Special Day Class, Resource Specialist Program (RSP), Speech and Language, Adaptive Physical Education (APE), and Itinerant Hearing Impaired and Vision Impaired Therapy Programs. These services are provided at both the elementary and middle school. 
Instructional Support Services  
These services include Literacy Support, Math Interventions, English Learning Development (ELD) Programs, Gifted and Talented Education (GATE) Programs, and accommodations within the regular classroom based on identified student needs. These services are provided at both the elementary and middle school levels.