Provide support for all pregnant and parenting students enrolled in a FUSD Middle School or High School to successfully graduate college and be career ready.
Student Parent Early Learning Center
The goal of the Student Parent Early Learning Center is to prepare children for life-long success by supporting healthy development through close, positive interaction with other children and adults. The center is open 246 days per year from 7:30 am – 4:30 pm, to support students and their children year-round and is located at Roosevelt High School. You do not need to attend Roosevelt to enroll your child at this center.
For more information please contact: (559) 253-5308 or (559) 253-5342 Enrollment Center: (559) 457-3416
Student Parent Care Coordination
A multigenerational individualized approach to supporting Student Parents in the areas of education, attendance, health/nutrition, and linking to resources from community agencies. The Student Parent Navigator will provide ongoing support through home visits and/or school site visits, quarterly meetings with academic counselors for Success Plan Check-In, share online courses that supports student parent education plan, and inforation for community resources that can provide additional support.
For more information please contact: Elisa De Alba – Student Parent Navigator (559) 457-3765 or (559) 253-5342 Elisa.Dealba@fresnounified.org
Parent and Child Education Program
The Student Parent Support Program provides full-day early care and education experiences for the infants and toddlers and parenting education for teen mothers and fathers who attend Fresno Unified Schools. We provide high-quality early care and education for infants, toddlers and preschool age children to enable teen parents to attend classes and graduate from high school. Services include parenting class, counseling, and referral services to other agencies for additional resources. The Student Parent Support Program is located at Roosevelt High School; however, resources are provided at each high school. For further information, contact: The Early Learning Office at 457-3684.
Reasons to Stay in School
Almost all jobs that pay more than minimum wage require a high school diploma.
A high school diploma also offers more lifetime opportunities outside of the job sector. You’re more likely to live above the poverty line, which means you’ll be able to apply for loans to buy a home or pay for higher education.
Graduating from high school will help boost your confidence and self-esteem. It also helps protect your physical health, because you’re more likely to have access to medical care and have the funds to pay for it. When you graduate, you’re also a role model to your child.
How to Enroll or Get More Information
Early Learning Department
Elisa De Alba
Phone: (559) 457-3765
Fax: (559) 457-3622