Graduation Information for Parents/Guardians
of Graduating Seniors:
Welcome Armijo Parents!
The Armijo High School Admin team wish to keep you informed.
Please check this parent communication webpage regularly for important information!Please Note: Armijo's teachers approved a proposal to continue Collaborative Planning Wednesdays in 2019-20. The Bell Schedule will remain the same.
Current Safety Updates:
- ALL Students should be wearing ID cards on a lanyard. No ID and they are sent to the office, Replacement Cost is $5.00
- Tardy Sweeps are in full force. Late students will be given a detention. No show's for Detention will have further consequences.
- Parents please review our Dress Code Policy and be sure your student is dressed appropriately.
- Please remind students to check their FSUSD email accounts regularly, important information is communicated this way.
- Parents please be sure that your contact information is up to date.
- Food is also a safety issue! Students are NOT allowed to use online/app based food delivery services to bring food to school.
- Please pack a lunch from home or obtain a lunch from our cafeteria.
- We have a closed campus and visitors are not allowed on campus during school hours.
We thank you for supporting our safety goals!
PARENT VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
We eagerly welcome parent volunteers and have a wide range of
activities and events that might be of interest to you.
Looking for Grad Nite info? Please check it out under the "Student" tab
(not the "Parent" tab as instructed in the Grad Nite Letter)
Mental Health Services for Students (EC 49428)
Students in need of mental health related services may reach out to their site administrator, school counselor or school psychologist. To access community-based mental health services, students with Medi-cal or Medicare insurance, or for students who are uninsured mental health services can be requested through Solano County Mental Health Access Line at 1(800)547-0495. To identify other community-based mental health providers please visit solanocares.org.
Students and families may also contact their insurance network providers to request mental health services.
If you or your family member is experiencing an acute mental health emergency call 911, go the nearest emergency room, or contact the Solano County Mental Health Crisis Stabilization Unit at 1(707)428-1131. To access 24/7 suicide prevention support, contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1(800)273-8255 or 1(888)628-9454 for the Spanish line; or to access the 24/7 Crisis Text Line, text HOME to 741741. LGBTQ youth can access crisis support through the 24/7 Trevor Lifeline at 1(866)488-7386 or Trevor Text Line text START to 678678 Mon-Friday 12pm-7pm.