Online Enrollment and Back-to-School Registration
The Student Services Department is pleased to announce that our new online Enrollment/Appointment system, which is powered by InfoSnap, is ready for use. Please visit the Enrollment Information page for details.
For Back to School Registration, letters will be going out in the mail starting August 7th. For more information please visit the Student Service's Back to School Registration Page.
First Meeting Alameda Special Education Parent Support Group
The first meeting of the Alameda Special Education Parent Support Group (ASPEDPSG) will be on Wednesday, September 16th at 6:30 pm at Franklin School. ASPEDPSG was created by parents to support families of Special Education students and promote communication within the Alameda community.
For more information about the group or for a schedule of meetings, please visit the Alameda Special Education Parent Support Group website.
Common Core Test Resources
Our "Common Core Assessments" web page offers a wealth of information on the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP), also known as the "Common Core Test" or "Smarter, Balanced Test." Please visit the page to find an FAQ about CAASPP, links to layperson-friendly websites about the assessment, and updates on when the results from last spring's test will be released. Families will also be receiving information about understanding the test results in the mail when the individual student reports are sent out in September.
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