Students & Families
Information about services and countywide programs and activities for students is just a mouse-click away.
Having been reviewed for their content and learning value, the following areas should provide plenty of information
about programs, services spotlights and activities to assist students and families.
Student Activities: Provides year-long enriching activities for students in events that include:
Download the: 2013-2014 Education Support Services Division Student Events Catalog
- Academic Decathlon
The San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools promotes student achievement by providing a forum in which teams in grades 9-12 may engage in rigorous academic preparation through cooperative interaction.
- Academic Pentathlon
The San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools promotes student achievement by providing a forum in which teams in grades 6-8 may engage in rigorous academic preparation through cooperative interaction.
- Family Reading Rally
This parent inclusion event is co-sponsored by the San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools, California State University/College of Education, and Target.
- History Day
History Day is an interdisciplinary program that encourages students to research and prepare papers, exhibits, performances, documentary presentations, ...
- Mock Trial
The Mock Trial program is a collaborative effort between the offices of the San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools and the District Attorney to provide students within our county a working knowledge of legal institutions and the judicial system.
- Music Clinics & Festivals
Each of these programs provide an important method of encouraging musical growth beyond the instruction at the district and school levels.
- RIMS Inland Science and Engineering Fair
The Inland Science and Engineering Fair is an annual competition of science projects designed, developed, and displayed by elementary and secondary students from schools in Riverside, Inyo, Mono and San Bernardino counties.
Undocumented Immagrant Students - Since January 1, 2002, California’s AB 540 allows qualified immigrant students to pay in-state tuition fees. Immigrant students cannot be denied access to colleges or universities, but were asked to pay much higher tuition costs in the past.
Parent Rights: Legal rights of parents to participate in their children's education (Chapter 864, Statutes of 1998)
Policies: State Board of Education
policy related to parental involvement
Regional Occupational Programs: Provides a variety of
career and technical education courses and services to prepare high school students and adults for future careers.
Williams Uniform Complaint Rights: