CUSD Student Services for Support
Student Services is dedicated to creating an environment where any and all students have the opportunity to learn.
Our department includes health services, guidance and counseling, student discipline, crisis response, residency, and special education from ages 3 - 22. Student Services is implemented at every site by every teacher, staff members, and administrator. Coronado Unified strives to ensure that all staff and students are kept safe and have equal access to their education.
Are You New to Our District?
Please accept a warm and sincere welcome to our schools and our community!
We are hundreds of professionals seeking to educate children from preschool through high school/transition at our eight different schools. There is much more to learn about who we are and what we do. The best way to go about this is to browse through the links below as well as the whole of this website. Specifically, please read our SAFE Ambassadors flyer and plan to attend our New Family Back-To-School Night held each August.
We trust that you find this community and this school district a place where your children are encouraged and empowered to learn and grow into their fullest potential!
In accordance to California Education Code, 221.6, public schools that receive federal funds and are subject to the requirements of Title IX, shall post in a prominent and conspicuous location on their Internet Web sites all of the following:
The name and contact information of the Title IX Coordinator:
Niamh Foley, Director of Student Services
(619) 522-8900 Ext: 1032
Did you know??
In the 2015/16 School Year Clinical Counselors gave 223 classroom/staff presentation throughout the District?!
- Classroom and Staff Presentations: Classroom and staff presentations for students are being provided at all school sites in the areas of: character building; Up-Stander Education (anti bullying curriculum); transition between grade levels and school site, academic support, and healthy coping skills.
**Data taken from August 2015 - March 2016
As an on campus provider, the primary role of the Clinical Counselor is to foster safe and supportive relationships to mitigate risk factors and trauma that negatively impact academic success. Overall, our District Clinical Counselors proactively address the social and emotional needs of students through on site interventions. These include school-based individual and group counseling, peer mediation, crisis management, community outreach and collaboration, as well as general consultation and support for students, families and teachers geared at fostering student health, wellness and academic success.
Under the Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (Section 504) the Coronado Unified School District has an obligation to provide a free, appropriate public education (FAPE) to each student within its jurisdiction who is qualified disabled person within the meaning of Section 504. Under Section 504, federal fund recipients must ensure that their programs are accessible to qualified individuals with disabilities.
If you are new to Coronado, and your child has an active 504 Plan, please contact Student Services. If you have questions regarding 504 Plans, please contact your school site's Clinical Counselor.
The Coronado Unified School District is committed to the identification and service of all students with special needs within the least restrictive environment. Services and placements are based on each student's Individualized Educational Program (IEP).
If you are new to Coronado, and your child has an active IEP, please contact Student Services.
For additional information regarding Student Services, please contact:
Niamh S. Foley
Director of Student Services
201 Sixth Street
Coronado, CA 92118-1799
(619) 522-8900 x1032
201 Sixth Street
Coronado, CA 92118-1799
(619) 522-8900 ex.1032
Fax: (619) 437-4928
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