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Parent Information

Parental Involvement in School

Studies have indicated that children whose parents and/or other significant adults share in their formal education EducatingKids.jpgtend to do better in school. Some benefits that have been identified that measure parental involvement in education include:

  • Higher grades and test scores
  • Long term academic achievement
  • Positive attitudes and behavior
  • More successful programs
  • More effective schools
All parents want their children to become successful, caring adults. Similarly, many parents want to be involved with the formal education of their children. Sometimes, however, they don't know where to start, when to find the time, or how to go about making positive connections with the school.  At the most basic level, parents can begin encouraging the education of their children by showing that they truly value education themselves.


Sanger Unified School District believes that parent involvement is a critical component in the growth, development, happiness and success of every student.  Parents are encouraged to be an active participant in their child's education.

The Sanger Unified School District Parent Information Handbook is distributed to every parent on the first day of school.  A copy is provided below for your convenience.
Parent Handbook 14-15.pdf


Parents or guardians residing in one school district may apply for their students to attend school in another school district pursuant to an interdistrict transfer.  Students are not eligible for transfer during expulsions or disciplinary hearings.  (Education Code 46600)
Sanger Unified School District will accept requests for transfers for the 2013-14 school year on or after April 3, 2013.

Interdistrict Attendance Permit 14-15.pdf

"Shots before School"
Without proof of immunizations, a student will not be allowed to register for classes.  The law is explained on the State Website.

To download  health forms, Click Here.

Back Pack Basics - Suggestions for dealing with the elementary student's backpack.

Common Core Standards - are designed to ensure real understanding. The materials are designed to go deeper into fewer topics, so kids master the material instead of memorizing. At the same time, the learning is more hands-on with a focus on what students will use in life. For more information click on the Common Core Standards link at the right

The Four Basic Principles to Enhance Study Skills - Help your child to be more proficient as a learner.

Here is a list of suggestions of ways parents can reinforce subjects taught in school.

Math Challenges - From the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.

Resources from the California Department of Education Website.

For Math Help try MATH ON CALL - Monday through Thursday, 4 - 5:25 pm: 497-3776 or 1-888-567-Math  Math on Call Website


Kindergarten registration for 2014-15 will begin at selected school sites on March 24th.

Kindergarten registration for the 2014-15 school year will begin on March 24th at selected school sites.  To be eligible to register for traditional kindergarten, a child must reach 5 years of age on or before Sept. 1, 2014. Children whose fifth birthday falls between Sept. 2 and Dec. 2, 2014, can enroll in SUSD's transitional kindergarten program, as these students are not eligible for traditional kindergarten for the 2014-15 school year. To learn more about what student information must be presented at the time of kindergarten registration, click on the Registration Flyers above.

Students qualifying for Transitional Kindergarten may pre-register during your school's Kindergarten registration date.

The following is a list of dates and registration sites:

March 24:    Jefferson, Lone Star, Reagan
March 25:    John Wash, Fairmont, Wilson, Jackson
March 26:    Madison, Sequoia, Centerville
March 27:    Lincoln, Del Rey

At the time of registration please present the following:

Birth certificate or birth record, such as  a baptismal certificate; or statement of attending physician.
  • Your child's Social Security card or number;
  • Proof of residency, such as a utility bill, etc.;
  • Immunization record;
  • Oral health assessment dated within the last 18 months.  (Forms available in the school office)
  • Completed physical exam dated within the last year.  (An appointment for an exam WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.)
  • All registrations are completed at school sites.

William's Uniform Complaint Procedure Form (Administrative Regulation E 1312.4R)

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