Resources for Families
Whether you are shopping for a school, locating a school district or checking out a district website, this section provides easy-to-use tools and links to assist.
- 1000 Hearts for 1000 Minds
Organization seeks to find 1,000 caring adult volunteers to serve as tutors and mentors to 1,000 K-8 public school students.
- Career Technical Education
- SCHOOL CALENDARS
Non-teaching days and holidays schedules are also included
- General Education Development (GED) Testing
Find out about eligibility and cost. Pre-registrations are available.
Kidsdata.org offers data about the health and well-being of children across California. The site offers data for every city, county, and school district in the state.
- Learning Multimedia Center - The center has the latest educational resources available for check out and is open to educators, parents, students, and the community. The catalog can be searched on-line.
- School District Locator
This service helps website visitors to determine in which school district a street address or land parcel is located
- School District Website Links
Quick links to Santa Clara county school districts' websites
- Shots for School
Information on immunizations that children are required to have in order to attend school.
- Valenzuela Settlement
Regulations for programs regarding students who did not pass the CAHSEE by the end of 12th grade.
- Whooping cough information
Tips on protecting yourself and your family.
- Williams Settlement
Requirements directly related to the individual schools.
Safety Plans (Alternative Education)
- James Ranch (Adobe PDF)
- Muriel Wright Youth Detention Facility (Adobe PDF)
- Novo Community School (Adobe PDF)
- Odyssey Community School (Adobe PDF)
- Pathfinder Academy Community School (Adobe PDF)
- Stonegate School (Adobe PDF)
- View Side Academy (Adobe PDF)
School Accountability Report Cards (SARCs)
- Alternative Education Department 2011-12 SARC
- Special Education's 2011-12 SARC
( English | Spanish | Executive Summary )
No Child Left Behind Act of 2001
- No Child Left Behind (NCLB), signed into law by President Bush on January 8, 2002, contains the most sweeping changes to the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) since it was enacted in 1965.
Date last updated: May 7, 2013