The SJUSD Student Success Room “SSR” was established to support students who would otherwise receive an Off-Campus Suspension for a behavioral incident.
The program serves middle school and high school students, sixth through twelfth grade. With the recommendation of the school administrator, parents may choose to have their child participate in the program in lieu of the Off-Campus Suspension.
While in SSR, students are recorded as being present in school and they are given the opportunity to complete assignments and receive credit for their completed work.
The Goals for SSR include socially and emotionally competent youth skilled in five core areas:
What we expect from Students and Parents:
A placement conference will be held with a site administrator prior to the student attending. A parent or guardian will need to attend the conference as well as the student.
Students must successfully complete day/days in the SSR program prior to re-entering their home school.
Students will follow all of the District Guidelines and Behavior Expectations as outlined in the Student Handbook. Students will also follow all classroom rules and expectations.
Students must follow dress code guidelines.
Students will be expected to show effort by being engaged, completing work, and participating positively in all activities while in SSR.
Students may not be on their home school campus or on any other SJUSD school campus while in SSR. Students may not participate in any extracurricular activities at their home school while in SSR.
Students are able to access their school lunch accounts while in SSR. Students may bring their lunch or may purchase a lunch from the cafeteria.
SSR Daily Outline:
Program Schedule and Location