The free dental care clinic was aimed at students from the second and through the 12th grades.
Organizers say that first they will perform the dental screenings and later on they will return to the school with a mobile dental van clinic in order to offer necessary dental treatments to those who need them.
The free dental care clinic lasts for three days, and it started on Wednesday this week.
As many as 40 dental students from the University of California joined their forces to donate their time and skills in the benefit of the school children who need these dental screenings.
There are many school students who come from families where dental insurance is nonexistent, so in their case such a free dental care screening program is very helpful.
Organizers also say that in order to bring the dental van to the school after the screenings, they will need to pay approximately $60,000.
They hope they will gain the necessary funds to bring the mobile dental van to the school and perform the needed dental treatments to the students who need them.