Fact: students with involved parents , no matter their income or background, are more likely to
- Earn higher grades and test scores, and enroll in higher-level programs
- Be promoted, pass their classes and earn credits
- Attend school regularly
- Have better social skills, show improved behavior and adapt well to school
- Graduate and go on to post-secondary education
Is your child in a position to succeed? Are you in a position to help? Much of what you need for a positive start to the school year is available online -- if you know where to look. 10News has done the navigation for you, and put together this web guide to your district.
Ed-Data provides you with interactive, at-a-glance information about your district, including:
- Student Demographics
- Student Performance
- Local Revenue Elections
- Financial Data
School Directory/District Maps
- Click here for a list of schools in the district.
- New to the district? Click here to find your school by address.
- Click here to access maps of school boundaries.
Bell Times/Bus InformationWhen does school start? When do classes end? And when does the bus show up? Here are the links you need, and how to get in touch with the Transportation Department.
School MenusClick here for the most recently posted menus for breakfast, lunch and snack options, for each grade level. Nutrition and allergen information is also provided, and you can also download forms that cover any special dietary needs.
Parent PortalClick here for the District's main parent resource page. Turn to this website for information about PowerSchool, filing a complaint, engagement opportunities, and parent FAQs.
AccountabilityIs your school showing academic progress? How much is the district paying its administrators? How many discipline problems are there in the classroom? 10News has collected the data to help hold your school district accountable.
- Transparent California: District Salary Data
- School Accountability Report Cards (SARC)
- Classroom Behavior: Suspensions and Expulsions
School BoardThe Board of Education provides policy and financial oversight for the San Diego Unified School District.