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Effective June 30, 2017 the Southeast ROP will be closed due to the dissolution of the JPA between ABC Unified School District and Norwalk-La Mirada Unified School District.   Please direct all inquires and requests for information to Norwalk-La Mirada USD at 562-210-3200 effective July 1, 2017.  Norwalk-La Mirada USD is the legal custodian of all Southeast Regional Occupational Program records.
Staff email: Office 365

Legislative Update: AB104 Information

Below you will find information about each provision:  

 

Retention 

  • In preparation for the 2021-22 school year, students will be eligible for a retention consultation if they received deficient grades for at least one-half of their coursework in 2020-21 and their parents are interested in holding them back a grade level. Deficient grades include grades of D, F, or No Pass. This temporary retention policy is in addition to any existing district retention policies. Students who were in 12th grade in 2020-21 are not eligible.
  • Parents/guardians of eligible students must request the retention consultation in writing. Districts then have 30 calendar days to hold the consultation and 10 calendar days after that meeting to issue a final decision.   
 

Grading 

  • AB 104 permits parents of students who were in high school in 2020-21 (or the student, if they have turned 18) to request letter grades for last year be changed to Pass/No Pass on transcripts. The new law requires CSU, and encourages UC and private postsecondary institutions, to accept those grade designations without prejudice.
 

Graduation Policies  

  • AB 104 exempts 2020-21 juniors and seniors from high school graduation requirements beyond statewide requirements if they are not on track to graduate in four years and requires school districts to provide opportunities for juniors and seniors to meet statewide graduation requirements through, among other avenues, a fifth year of high school. 
 
Find further information on AB104 on the NLMUSD website by clicking here. Please contact the Student and Family Services Department, (562) 210-2000 Ext. 102415, with any additional questions you may have.
 
All AB104 requests must be submitted, in writing, and received by August 6, 2021