Visiting the School


We always welcome visits by parents. We would suggest delaying your initial visit until after the first week of school so that you can see the regular program in operation. In accordance with Education Code Section 51101, “Parents or guardians have the right to visit their child’s classroom to observe activities. The time and date of the visitation must be arranged in advance with the school.” See “SDUSD Facts for Parents” for more information. 

California State Law requires that all non-students and others without official business in a school building or on the school grounds must register in the school office. This means that all visitors to the school, including parents, must report to the office, sign in, and wear a name tag.

If you are on the school grounds to have your child released from school, you will sign a note at the office to show that permission has been given. Although this requirement may be an inconvenience, it is designed to maintain the security and safety of all children while at school, as well as minimize interruptions to the academic setting. With your cooperation, we will make the compliance with the law as uncomplicated as possible.

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