Foster Youth Services Coordinating Program

 
The Marin County Office of Education Foster Youth Services Coordinating Program facilitates interagency collaboration in an effort to ensure positive educational outcomes for foster youth in Marin County. 
 

Goals

  • Support local school districts by responding to inquiries related to foster youth services, including questions about enrollment, transportation, and resources to support successful implementation of their program
  • Provide opportunities for collaboration through our Executive Council meetings, trainings, and professional development in order to coordinate efforts to expand district foster youth programs
  • Collaborate with community-based organizations to provide quality services that support educational stability for foster youth
     

Resources

AB 854 - Foster Youth Services Coordinating Program

School District Liaisons

Best Interest in School Selection Checklist

California Department of Education Foster Youth Services

LCFF - Overview of Provisions for Foster Youth

AB 490 Overview & FAQs

Sunny Hills Services for Transitional Age Youth - New

Redwood Community Health Coalition - New

LCAP, LCFF and Foster Youth Education - PowerPoint - New

AB 167/216: High School Graduation for Foster Youth - New

Implementing ESSA's Transportation Procedures - New

Sample Interagency Agreement - Transportation Procedures - New

AB 167 and AB 1806: Exemption from Graduation Requirements - New

Partial Credit Manual - New

Partial Credit Worksheet - New

Senate Bill 89: Foster Youth Sexual Health Education Act - New

Resources for Foster Youth

 
 
 
 
 
 


For further Information contact:

Marin County Office of Education
Foster Youth Services Coordinator/Liaison | 415.499.5867