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Aeries Parent Portal

Keep up with your student's progress online. Parent Portal is an online tool that tracks grades, attendance, course history, discipline issues, demographic information and health/immunization data for you to see.

Reg 2 Go Parent/Guardian Orientation

About Reg2Go:
The Butte College Reg2Go program works with local schools to provide the necessary tools to school to college.  High school seniors that participate in the program will complete orientation, counseling, and registration at Butte College prior to the end of their senior year.
What to expect:
The orientation will provide an overview of the Reg2Go program and important information about campus resources.
Contact the Welcome Center (530) 893-7467 or
Choose one to attend:
  • January 30, 2020
Butte College, Chico Center Room 146
2320 Forest Avenue
Chico, CA  95928
  • February 5, 2020
Butte College, Main Campus, Arts 170
3536 Butte Campus Drive
Oroville, CA  95965
  • February 11, 2020
Butte College, Glenn Center Room 106
604 E. Walker Street
Orland, CA  95963
All orientations will be held from 5:30 - 7:30 pm

Computers for Families

If your student is in need of a computer you may qualify for an extremely reduced price refurbished computer from Computers for Classrooms.  CFC provides guaranteed working computers for families and those who cannot afford to buy new ones.  As Microsoft Authorized Refurbishers we can only place Microsoft licensed computers with qualified participants.  So, how do we determine who is low-income?

CFC asks clients to sign a Certification Letter.  The buyer certifies that he qualifies for at least one of the programs listed and the computer is to be for personal use and not resold. 

For a copy of the letter and list of qualified recipients click on certification letter.

Counseling Services in the Community

The following programs are based in the Chico Area.  They are neither affiliated or endorsed by the Chico High Counseling office, but have come to our attention and may be of service to you and/or your family.

  • Oasis:  Outpatient Adolescent Substance-abuse Intervention Services
  • Therapeutic Solutions:  Adolescent Intensive Outpatient Program and Adolescent Intensive Outpatient Substance  Abuse Program

Education and Communication

This Parent Resource page is for you, the parent of a teen-aged youth.  As a parent of teenagers and/or young adults, life is an adventure.  Being a good listener and communicator with your children is of utmost importance, and may be most important when they are done communicating with you. 
By being aware of what is going on in their world, the pressures and experiences they face, and the challenges in dealing with them, you can make a difference in how safe they will be. Continue to be the parent, the caring ear, and the voice of reason and guidance. 

Information and Resources about Teenage Drinking:

    • Created by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA), this is a one-stop resource for comprehensive research-based information on issues related to alcohol abuse and binge drinking among college students.
  • Information for Students and Parents
    • Provides pertinent age related information and multiple links that offer information and facts surrounding alcohol abuse.  The information may help you to have important conversations with your kids about real life and death concerns. 
  • "Understanding Teen Drinking Cultures in America
    • Funded by a grant through The Century Council, researchers at George Mason University, performed a multi-year research effort, "Understanding Teen Drinking Cultures in America."  The research project was designed to gain a greater understanding of teen drinking and to provide a foundation for future efforts to fight underage drinking.  The researchers goal was to better understand the psychological and sociological factors that affect youths as they make decisions regarding whether to engage in alcohol-related behaviors.  This project's ultimate focus is upon WHO and/or WHAT might influence future youth decisions to decline alcohol.  
  • Center for Substance Abuse Prevention (CSAP)
    • Designs and implements public education programs that range from raising the awareness about the harms of underage drinking to helping families live a healthy, drug-free lifestyle. Visit their site to learn more about these programs.
  • Substance Abuse & Mental Health Prevention (SAMHSA)
    • Established in 1992 by Congress to target substance abuse and mental health services to the people most in need.  SAMHSA's mission is to reduce the impact of substance abuse and mental illness on America's communities.

Information and Resources about Eating Disorders:

Anti-bullying and Cyberbullying Website Resources:

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