Back To School Registration is the process of updating important information such as your child’s emergency card, health information, and contact information. Through this process you will be routed through online forms and asked to read important notifications and respond with your authorization.
To complete this process you will need the back to school registration letter that was mailed home on Friday, Aug. 7, to every single currently enrolled AUSD family outlining the instructions for completing the Back To School Registration Process and containing your unique confidential snapcode. Completion of the Back To School Registration Process is mandatory for every student/family.
After completing Back To School Registration please check back here often for other important Back to School information and dates.
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Common Core Resources
Looking for information about the Common Core tests your students took last spring? AUSD’s "Common Core Assessments" web page offers a wealth of information on the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP), also known as the "Common Core Test" or "Smarter, Balanced Test." Please visit the page to find an FAQ about CAASPP, links to layperson-friendly websites about the assessment, and updates on when the results from last spring's test will be released. Families will also be receiving information about understanding the test results in the mail when the individual student reports are sent out in September.
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Science Camp Packing List
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Sports, Camps and Activities...
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Bladium Kids Camps
Kids discover who they are and what they can achieve at Bladium Kids Camps. Our activities cultivate values, develop skills and nurture relationships. We challenge children to grow in imagination, creativity, self-directed initiative, and leadership. When school's out, camp's in! Camps are for children ages 5-14. Camps run from 9 am to 4 pm with optional extended care. bladiumalameda.com/camps See flyer: CampBladium2015
Paden After School Options
After-school options for Paden students are Alameda Arts, the Boys and Girls Club amd RAP. You can find more info on their websites:
Alameda Arts: http://alamedaarts.com/,
Boys and Girls Club: http://www.alamedabgc.org/contact/
TRUSTWORTHINESS--to act in a manner that makes one worthy of trust and confidence
Volunteers sign-ups ONLINE!
You can use the computers in the Media Center and/or access the link from home through FB and/or the Paden PTA page on this website. We need your help to make our school great! Please click on the link for Volunteer Sign-Ups.
Box Tops offers 3 easy ways to earn cash for our school through everyday activities such as buying groceries, shopping online and purchasing books. Clip Box Tops from qualifying items and put them in the marked container in the Paden office!
eScrip - shop on line and a percentage of your purchase goes directly to Paden
Paden Apparel look for Paden apparel for sale on the yard on Fridays before morning ceremony!
Adopt a Classrom at Paden! The AEF Adopt A Classroom program makes it easy for members of the community to support teachers and students. We direct 100% of your donation to the teacher who uses the funds to purchase critical resources and materials, transforming the classroom into a vibrant center for learning.
SchoolPool is a great, simple online resource to help families connect to reduce traffic and share the responsibility of getting their children to school. Families can get more information and sign up at https://www.schoolpool.511.org/