Support for Parents in the South San Francisco Adult School area
Jobs & Employment Opportunities for Parents in the South San Francisco Adult School area.Are you a parent looking for a job in the South San Francisco area? Maybe we can help. Visit our local employment opportunities page to see a list of jobs in the South San Francisco, California area.
Considering a move to the South San Francisco area?
Visit the real estate search page to look for homes for sale and rent in the South San Francisco Adult School area. Check out the best local businesses and the business reviews page to find out what is available in the area. Get local deals and coupons to use at area businesses.
Research up-to-date South San Francisco Adult School statistics including student demographics, ethnicity, teacher-student ratios, school and enrollment characteristics, accountability reports and more.
Tutoring Resources for Students
Children who struggle in school benefit
from tutoring, which helps them gain confidence and skills if they've
fallen behind. Even if your children are excelling in school, tutoring
can still be of great benefit, boosting their confidence and preparing
them for the next level.
Tutoring services may be available through the school, but parents are encouraged to take on an active role by home tutoring their children and helping their children make the most of their learning experience.
Bullying, are your children at risk?
No single factor puts a child at risk of being bullied or bulling
others. Bullying can happen anywhere—cities, suburbs, or rural towns.
Depending on the environment, some groups—such as lesbian, gay,
bisexual, or transgender (LGBT) youth, youth with disabilities, and
socially isolated youth—may be at an increased risk of being bullied.
Find out how to recognize Bullying and learn what you can do to help here.
Get Involved with the PTA
There are 3 ways to get involved with PTA in California:
1. Join a local PTA Unit.
If you know the PTA district you are in, send an email to the district president.
If your neighborhood school has a PTA, you can join that PTA and automatically become a voting member of the California State PTA and the National PTA. Each PTA sets its own dues, typically between $4.00 and $10.00 per member. The amount of the dues is found in the PTA's bylaws. Dues are not tax-deductible.2. Organize a New PTA unit
Please send an email to the California State PTA office requesting information on organizing a new PTA unit.
3. Contribute to the California State PTA without joining.
More Resources for Parents of School age children
Parents, visit the
WebSchoolPro Education Resource Center for comprehensive and valuable
resources including parenting support, parent organizations, associations & websites, PTA & PTO information, relative parenting news and articles, help with college prep and financial aid as well as links to specific school data & statistics. Parents will also find links to helpful blogs, books, and all major US National, State, Public and Academic Libraries.
Find even more information about schools in California, as well as links to valuable education resources in our California Education Portal.