The 4th annual S.T.A.R.S.bucks coffee cart returned at the District Office where S.T.A.R.S adult transition students (Specialized Transition Adult Resources and Skills) learn social and independent living skills by organizing, preparing and packaging coffee, tea and treats in a mobile coffee cart. The next dates are October 12 and November 8.
A big thank you to our local businesses who support students in community-based instruction activities by being a partner in the RUSD Workability Program. Partners include Costco, Marriott, Rite Aid, 99 Cents Only Store, and Walgreens. If your company would like to work with our S.T.A.R.S program and students, please contact the Special Education Department at (626)935-8202.