Human Resources

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The Family Partnership Charter School prohibits discrimination, intimidation, harassment (including sexual harassment) or bullying based on a person’s actual or perceived age, ancestry, color, disability, ethnicity, gender, gender expression, gender identity, genetic information, immigration status, marital status, medical information, national origin, parental status, pregnancy status, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics. For questions or complaints, contact Equity Office/ Title 9 Compliance Officer:


Michele Duston
Executive Secretary/Registrar/Human Resources/Risk Management
1157 E. Clark Suite H
  Santa Maria, CA 93455
  805-348-3333 ext. 1025

Family Partnership Charter School prohíbe la discriminación, intimidación, hostigamiento (incluido el hostigamiento sexual) o acoso en base a la edad, ascendencia, color, discapacidad, origen étnico, género, expresión de género, identidad de género, información genética, estado de inmigración, estado civil, información médica, origen nacional, estado parental, estado de embarazo, raza, religión, sexo, orientación sexual, real o percibido de una persona, o asociación con una persona o grupo con una o más de estas características reales o percibidas.  Si tiene preguntas o quejas, comuníquese con la Oficina de Equidad / Oficial de Cumplimiento del Título 9:


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Mandated Child Abuse Reporters

All persons who are mandated reporters are required, by law, to report all known or suspected cases of child abuse or neglect. It is not the job of the mandated reporter to determine whether the allegations are valid. If child abuse or neglect is reasonably suspected or if a pupil shares information with a mandated reporter leading him/her to believe abuse or neglect has taken place, the report must be made. No supervisor or administrator can impede or inhibit a report or subject the reporting person to any sanction.

To make a report, an employee must contact an appropriate local law enforcement or county child welfare agency, listed below. This legal obligation is not satisfied by making a report of the incident to a supervisor or to the school. An appropriate law enforcement agency may be one of the following:

  • A Police or Sheriff’s Department (not including a school district police department or school security department).
  • A County Probation Department, if designated by the county to receive child abuse reports.
  • A County Welfare Department/County Child Protective Services.

The report should be made immediately over the telephone and should be followed up in writing. The law enforcement agency has special forms for this purpose that they will ask you to complete. If a report cannot be made immediately over the telephone, then an initial report may be made via e-mail or fax. A report may also be filed at the same time with your school district or county office of education (COE). School districts and COEs, however, do not investigate child abuse allegations, nor do they attempt to contact the person suspected of child abuse or neglect.

School districts and COEs may have additional policies adopted at the local level relating to the duties of mandated reporters. School staff should consult with their district to determine if there are additional steps that must be taken.

These policies do not take the place of reporting to an appropriate local law enforcement or county child welfare agency.

  • Call Child Welfare Services toll-free: 800-367-0166. 
    • Mandated Reporters: follow up with form SS 8572  (See link below)