This new section features vital resources for families from all our departments. We think this change will make it easier for families to use and find resources to enhance continuous learning for their children.
Come back frequently to find resources regarding:
- English Learner Programs
- Data & Assessment
- Health Services
- School Meal Services
- Special Services
- Discipline and Attendance
- Technology Tools for Families
- Bus and Transportation Updates
Each Fall families receive the "September Packet" of information and Parent/Student agreement forms needed for registration and enrollment. Here is the complete handout for the current year. (English & Spanish)
Enrollment Information for New Students
We are glad that you are interested in enrolling your student in a school in San Lorenzo Unified School District!
We have additional resources for prospective students and their families:
School Meal Program
Visit our Child Nutrition webpage to access free & reduced meal applications, prepayment options for school meals, menus, nutrition information and more!
Keeping Our Kids Safe
Safety is a top priority!
We've identified some key resources to help families keep their kids safe.
- Don't Rush: Practice Safe Drop Off & Pick Up
Not My Kid - Prevention Program that works to help kids make positive life choices
Street Drug Slang Dictionary
Internet 101 WebAware
Missing Kids site
District English Learner Advisory Committee (DELAC)
Get Ready for School
Here are some fun resources to help your child get ready for school:
- Resources art, alphabet, shapes, counting, etc. Grade Pre-K
- Links to websites that help parents understand everything about a young child, from how to brush their teeth to childcare resources to what they need to know when entering Kindergarten!
Public Library Online Resources for Families
Internet Safety and Access
Internet safety and access is very important to families.
- Internet Safety Resources:
The best way to keep kids safe online is to talk to them. Below are some rules and a pledge for students and parents to sign to help have the conversation. You don't need to know everything about technology to support your students using technology in a positive pay. Please also review the above parent resources to help you understand what it looks like to see students using their mobile devices, social media and internet time effectively.
List of locations with computers and wireless access
- Tech Tools for Continuous Learning
All of the subscriptions and electronic learning resources that the District has purchased are available 24/7 on any device that has Internet. For more details, please visit our "Tech Tools for Families" website in the "For Families" section.