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A.T.L.A.S. or Access TLearning for All Students is committed to removing barriers and providing supports and services for SBCUSD students in foster care and homeless situations.

If you need assistance please complete our Intake Form

Educational Rights of Students in Homeless Situations

  • Immediate enrollment in school, even if the student is unable to provide documents typically required for enrollment
  • Transportation to and from school, according to current Board Policy
  • Enrollment in school of origin, if appropriate
  • Access to full participation in all school related activities and programs for which he/she is eligible
  • Automatic qualification in district nutrition programs

For more information visit our Resorce page:

ATLAS Website

Professional Development:
Understanding the Law and How You Can Support Our Most Vulnerable Children

Watch a video about our program

Mission Statement
SBCUSD is committed to ensuring that all students are successful. By partnering with multiple county agencies, non- profit and community organizations,  and local colleges and universities, the A.T.L.A.S. department serves to maximize educational achievement for all students in foster care
and homeless situations.

"Building relationships to create a world of possibilities!"

A.T.L.A.S. Liaisons:
Elena Acevedo
Jose Acevedo
Mariam Alvarez
Yesenia Chavez- Parra
Arlysse Esparza                                        Stacy Felder
Vicki Lee
Telice Ostrinski

Click here to see the Liaisons' and their School Caseloads

Angela Urquidies, Director
Dora Tanya Burrows, Coordinator
Sonia Esparza, Program Specialist
Marisa Ruiz, Bilingual Secretary III
Maryellen Hernandez, Bil. Senior Clerk
Gricelda Tapia, Bilingual Clerk

We are located at: (Temporarily)
Lincoln ES Rooms E-201 & E-202 & E-203
255 W. 13th Street
San Bernardino, CA 92405

Contact Information:
Phone: (909) 880-6850
Fax: (909)383-0634