Student Services

  • 5115 Dudley Blvd., Bay C, McClellan, CA, 95652
  • (916) 566-1620
  • (916) 566-3586

Our Mission

The Student Services Department supports the district by coordinating programs that benefit our students. 

Student Services

Adam Saldana Administrative Clerk Bilingual Senior
  • (916) 566-1600 ext. 63314
Ana Broadbent Secondary Counselor
  • (916) 566-1600 ext. 50820
Becky Campora Student Services Intervention Assistant
  • (916) 566-1600 ext. 52858
Bonita Mallory Coordinator, Bay B-240
  • (916) 566-1600 ext. 50851
Carol Seward Student Engagement Specialist
  • (916) 566-1600 ext. 64907
Debra Thorne Enrollment Demographic Specialist
  • (916) 566-1600 ext. 50905
Enid Scott Admin Secretary
  • (916) 566-1600 ext. 50842
Heriberto Soto Parent Engagement Educator
  • (916) 566-1600 ext. 50019
Jackie Cunningham Student Engagement Specialist Senior
  • (916) 566-1600 ext. 52860
Jane Claar Coordinator, Child Welfare Attendance
  • (916) 566-1600 ext. 50852
Martha Florez Administrative Clerk-Senior
  • (916) 566-1600 ext. 64107
Parschal Keeling Administrative Clerk – Senior
  • (916) 566-1600 ext. 50818
Roberta Wood Receptionist
  • (916) 566-1600 ext. 66451
Robin Ewing Adminstrative Secretary
  • (916) 566-1600 ext. 64131
Rudy Puente Director
  • (916) 566-1600 ext. 50850
Scott Kazer Program Specialist, TUPE
  • (916) 566-1600 ext. 50832
Sheri Canfield Student Engagement Specialist, Senior
  • (916) 566-1600 ext. 52859
Tiffany Hunt Counselor
  • (916) 566-1600 ext. 64373
Tracey Wiltshire Coordinator, Child Welfare Attendance
  • (916) 566-1600 ext. 50854
Yolanda Falkenberg Coordinator
  • (916) 566-1600 ext. 50035

A National Tragedy: Helping Children Cope


Tips for Parents and Teachers

Whenever a national tragedy occurs, such as terrorist attacks or natural disasters, children, like many people, may be confused or frightened. Most likely they will look to adults for information and guidance on how to react.  Parents and school personnel can help children cope first and foremost by establishing a sense of safety and security. As more information becomes available, adults can continue to help children work through their emotions and perhaps even use the process as a learning experience.