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Graduation 2019:
Graduation 2019:
 
Cap and Gown Order:

Larry & Jackie Sciacqua

Email: larry.sciacqua@jostens.com
Phone: (707) 569-7364
Mailing Address Only
2777 Yulupa Ave #162
Santa Rosa, CA  95405

Programs
 
Meals Program

Beginning in Fall 2019, Pathways will serve breakfast to students who qualify for free or reduced lunch. To determine if you child qualifies, please complete the household data form in RegOnline or your Portal account. If your child is eligible for a free breakfast they may access one on any day that they are at one of our learning centers (pre-scheduled for 2 hours or more for classes/activities).  Below is a brief description of how our meal program is served at each site. Each breakfast consists of a grain, fruit, and milk such as a cereal box, apple juice, and 2% milk.


Rohnert Park: Qualifying students who elect to participate will be given a unique student ID number to use in our vending machine located in the lobby. Students may use this programmed ID number and select one breakfast package per day. Students may also elect to purchase non-breakfast items using a debit card, or cash, or parents can load student accounts with certain amounts if preferred.


Vallejo: Qualifying students who elect to participate will be given a unique student ID card and must present it to center manager Alyssa Payne to request their meal. Breakfast will be served from 9:00 to 9:25, Monday through Friday.


San Rafael: Qualifying students who elect to participate can request a meal from Center Manager Andriana Sierra. Breakfast will be served from 8:45 to 9:25, Monday through Friday.


This project is supported by Raley’s Extra Credit Program through a grant to help fund food purchases. Please contact your regional learning center for any specific questions.

 
Sex Education Program (CHYA)

The California Healthy Youth Act requires that comprehensive sexual health education and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) prevention education be taught to students at least once in middle school and once in high school, beginning no later than grade seven. Instruction and materials must be medically accurate, objective, age‐appropriate and inclusive of all students, as defined by law. The law requires that instruction and materials must encourage students to communicate with parents, guardians, or other trusted adults about human sexuality.