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    A recent bill was passed which suspends the passage of the California High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE) as a requirement for high school graduation through the 2017-2018 school year.

    SB 172 exempts any student, beginning with the 2003-2004 school year, from the CAHSEE graduation requirement. The exemption requires that the district issue diplomas to any student who failed the CAHSEE but met all other state and local requirements for graduation.

    Senate Bill 172 (SB172) will take effect on January 1, 2016

    At that time, the school district will issue diplomas to students who have met all other high school graduation requirements but have not passed the CAHSEE since the 2003-2004 school year.

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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.orgStudents 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.