Parent Information

Student Registration

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Each year school districts are required by law (California Education Code Section 48980) to notify parents or guardians of minor pupils of certain rights.

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Lakeside School is dedicated to helping students become healthy, self reliant, resilient citizens. Keeping the agreements and living up to the expectations will make everyone’s experience at Lakeside positive.

Special Education open_in_new_window (2)

Special Education is specialized instruction provided for children from birth through age 21 who qualify according to the laws and regulations outlined by the state and federal government.

Title IX

SB1375 approved by the Governor at the end of September 2016 requires all public schools, school districts, county offices of education, and charter schools to share information about Title X on their websites. Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (Title IX) prohibits sex discrimination in education programs and activities. Click HERE for the links to our board policies on Title IX and Discrimination, including nondiscrimination in programs, civil and legal rights, discrimination, sexual harassment and bullying.

For more information, contact Susan Ady at (408) 354-2372.

State Standards and Assessments

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Information about how to stay informed and get involved

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Daily beginning and ending times

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The District’s attendance and discipline policies and administrative regulations are meant to balance the rights of an individual student with those of the total school population.  Regular attendance in school is mandatory for the student to gain the maximum benefit from his/her education; therefore, all absences are subject to verification by school officials. Click above to access our attendance policy. For the second year in a row, tardy means not being at school for the start of the flag salute, which is what we have consistently monitored. Students will be sent to the office for a late pass if tardy.

Foundation Lunch program

Free and Reduced Lunch Program

Transportation

Bob Chrisman Community Service Award

This award is open to all Lakeside Joint School District Students- kindergarten through eighth grade.   To be eligible for this award, your student must provide a beneficial service to a community or a community organization.  Some examples could be the Town of Los Gatos, City of San Jose, beach cleanup,   volunteer for an animal shelter, soup kitchen, or church activity.

 

High Frequency Words

The following word lists have been identified as “High Frequency Words.” Our staff will be assessing students on their spelling and knowledge of the words three times a year.

Kinder High Frequency Words

1st Grade High Frequency Words

2nd Grade High Frequency Words

3rd Grade High Frequency Words

Water Quality