Students Parents Community Staff
Bullying Prevention
Discrimination & Harassment
Emergency Procedures
Infinite Campus
Section 504
Alternative Programs
Choice Schools & Programs
English Learner Program
Foundation for College
Gifted & Talented Education
Hospital School
Student Connectedness
Stepping Up For Safe and Welcoming Schools  
Special Education
Summer School
Voluntary Transfer
Vocational Education
Schools & Sites
Sexual Safety
Technology Documents

Section 504 — Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act, which specifies that no one with a disability can be excluded from participating in federally funded programs or activities, including elementary, secondary or postsecondary schooling.

Alternative Programs — Allow students to earn credits toward graduation in non-traditional ways.

Arts — Committed to offering a sequential and comprehensive arts education that engages, inspires, and informs learning.

AVID — National college prep program for underachieving or underserved students.

Choice Schools & Programs — Descriptions of Ohlone and Hoover elementary schools and the Spanish Immersion, Mandarin Immersion, and Young Five's programs, and how to enroll.

English Learner Program — Supports students who are not proficient in English.

Foundation for College Education — Privately funded program that helps students of color enroll and graduate from college.

Full-Day Kindergarten  Any family with a kindergarten-aged child in PAUSD may request an intra-district transfer to Barron Park Elementary School. Beginning in October, students have full-day instruction all week, with core-curricula and enrichment activities, such as music, P.E., art, dance, and science.

Gifted and Talented Education — Resources for parents of gifted students.

Hospital School — If your child is hospitalized at the Lucille Packard Children's Hospital at Stanford, he/she can continue with class work through the Hospital School.

iConnect — District-wide program that seeks to close the technology gap by loaning an Internet-ready computer to families who do not have one due to financial reasons.

Stepping Up for Safe and Welcoming Schools Task Force — Beginning in the summer of 2013, this new task force of parents, teachers and administrators will work to better support student safety and well-being, including behavior expectations and responses to bullying.

Student Connectedness — District Focus Goal to strengthen support systems for student social, emotional, physical health.

Special Education — We offer many services to students with disabilities.

Summer School — Enrichment and intervention programs for students entering grades K - 12.

Transitional Kindergarten — A two-year kindergarten program that uses an age and developmentally appropriate curriculum.

Voluntary Transfer Program — Brings students from Ravenswood School District to PAUSD.

Vocational Education — Programs and classes that help students transition to a working life.