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AB 889: Synthetic Drugs

AB 889 requires that local educational agencies notify parents and guardians about the dangers associated with using unprescribed synthetic drugs, such as fentanyl. According to the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) website, deadly doses of fentanyl have been found in fake/counterfeit versions of Adderall, Xanax, Oxycodone, among other medications.

This notice must be given to parents and guardians annually, and it can be included with the Annual Notice or provided separately. (Education Code section 48985.5 (a).) This information must also be posted on local educational agencies’ internet websites and on the internet websites for each individual school within a local educational agency, if those schools have their own websites.

We have attached the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)’s Fentanyl Facts here.

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Volunteer Clearance Process for the 2024-25 School Year

New AND returning volunteers are required to submit a volunteer clearance application each school year. If you are planning to volunteer during the 2024-25 school year, please submit a volunteer clearance application on or after June 3, 2024.

Returning volunteers: When completing the application, please enter your name exactly as it currently appears in the Raptor system. If you aren’t sure how you should enter your name when applying, please email

TB clearance is required for all volunteers. Returning volunteers may upload the same file that was submitted last year as long as the document was issued by a licensed healthcare provider within the last three years.

Volunteers who will be transporting students as a driver for field trips, extra-curricular activities and/or athletic events must upload a completed driver transportation form and current auto insurance coverage declaration page(s).

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