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This section serves as a library of documents to PPS staff.  It includes a variety of documents required to fulfill daily duties.  To access documents follow this link...






































The Resources section includes a variety of resources for parents, students, teachers, administrators.  To access the Resources page, follow this link...

CASCWA is an organization dedicated to improving school climate, safety, and increasing school attendance. 






























College Awareness Program

The purpose of the Migrant College Awareness Program is to expose Migrant Students to a college culture/environment,  develop leadership and social skills which will prepare them for a life in higher education. The students will be exposed to a variety of college/university campuses such as Stanford University, UC Merced, CSU Fresno, CSU Sacramento, amongst others.  Access the CAP Website



Pupil Personnel Services

Psychological Services

The PPS Psychological team is composed of 27 Credentialed School Psychologists, 3 Support Staff and 2 Administrators.  They provide services to the 27 FCOE SELPA schools.  Access Psychologist's page here

Child Welfare and Attendance (CWA)

Child Welfare and Attendance (CWA)  is  a specialized student support service that provides consultation to school districts and parents in the following areas: School Attendance and truancy, School Attendance Review Board (SARB) School Residency Issues, Inter-district transfer, Information and Appeals, Student Discipline, Education Code Information, Mandatory Parent Notification, Home Schooling

For further information please contact Mike Robinson, Program Manager or Dora Olmos, Program Secretary at 265-3001.

Access CWA Website here...

Foster Youth Educational Services (FYES)

Fresno County Foster Youth Educational Services provides services to students in foster care or homeless situations.  Our goal is to improve educational access and outcomes for homeless and foster youth.  Foster Youth Educational Services (FYES) is a state funded educational advocacy program that targets wards and dependents residing in group homes and foster homes in Fresno County.  The purpose of the FYES program is to provide advocacy and other services designed to meet three broad goals:

  • Increase Academic Achievement
  • Decrease Truancy
  • Decrease Discipline Referrals

 For additional services contact Kathy Ramirez at 559 265-3001

To access additional information online: Access FYES Homepage

Migrant Mentoring Program

The Migrant College Mentoring Program intends to link migrant students grades 6th-12th with college mentors that will serve as role models and guide students as they prepare for a college education.  Access Migrant Mentors Website


         Mission Statement         

The Pupil Personnel Services Department is committed to providing the highest quality of psychological services to the students and families of Fresno County.  In addition, we strive to provide the highest professional support services possible for teachers, support staff, specialized programs and schools/districts we serve.

Director's Message

The Pupil Personnel Services Department  is committed to the belief that all students can achieve, with proper supports, their maximum potential.  The PPS department is comprised of 27 credentialed School Psychologists, under the guidance of David I. Swain, Director and Mike Robinson, Program Manager.

Domains of School Psychology Leadership and Function in the Schools

Assessment & Individualized Education Program Planning

  • Learning Disabilities
  • Severely Disabled
  • Visual & Hearing Impaired
  • Serious Emotional Disturbance
  • Pre-School
  • Low Incidence
  • Behavior Plans

Counseling & Guidance

  • Individual and Group
  • Parent Education
  • Referral Services
  • Behavior Intervention


  • Student Study Teams
  • Staff Meetings
  • Parent Conferences
  • Inter-Agency Collaboration

Staff Development

Staff Directory

The PPS Department is composed of 27 Credentialed School Psychologists, and 3 Support Staff.  The director of the department is David I. Swain and the Program Manager is Mike Robinson   To access PPS staff follow this link... 

Staff Assignments

The PPS Department provides direct/contracted services to 18 school districts and a variety of specialized programs.  In addition, we are active in SELPA and interagency programs.







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