Resources for Parents

Groups for Parents

Bassett Education Foundation (Including the BHS Swapmeet)

While "fostering a collaborative relationship between the schools and the Bassett community", the Bassett Education Foundation is dedicated to providing financial and other support to "activities, projects, and functions which will enhance, complement and enrich education programs" of our district. 

For more information contact Sandra Caldero, Programs Coordinator, sandrac@busdfoundation.org, (626) 931-3045, use the Quicklink on the left to visit the Bassett Education Foundation website.


District Advisory Council (DAC)

Along with certain staff, this committee--which is open to the public--includes one parent from each of the site's School Site Councils. This group meets to share information among the sites, study instructional issues, approve school planning schedules, and make recommendations to the Board of Education as needed.

DAC meets at least five times a year, usually during the last week of the month from 9-11 in the Board Room in the District Office. For more information, please contact Jose Reynoso, Director of Instructional Services.


District English Learner Advisory Committee

The District English Learner Advisory Committee (DELAC) advises the Board of Education on issues related to the needs of English Language Learners. For more information, please look for the "Shortcut" to the left for the appropriate English Language Learner Program page. 


Parent Teacher Association

For information related to the California Parent Teacher Association, please look for the "Quicklink" on the left.

For information regarding your school's Parent Teacher Association, please contact your students' school site.


School Site Council (SSC)

Each K-12 school site has a School Site Council, composed of teachers, classified employees, parents, and for middle and senior high, students, all elected by their own peers. The group has authority over major decisions involving both budget and curriculum, and is responsible to compose the School Improvement Program.

For general information about School Site Councils in California, look for the "Quicklink" on the left. 

For information about how you can become involved in the School Site Council for your child's school, consult your principal.

Parent Involvement Leads to

Student Success!  

School Rules

Click on (English) or (Spanish) to view a brochure from the California Department of Education related to parental involvement in Title I Schools like ours in Bassett. The brochure highlights those portions of the federal No Child Left Behind Act that relate to how the educational system must promote parental involvement.

All Students Can Succeed!

We believe that all students can be proficient, and we are dedicated to doing whatever it takes to make that belief a reality.

But we can reach the high aspirations we have for our students only with the dedication and support of our entire school community. We welcome your input and suggestions to help improve educational opportunities for all of our students.    

Our most important teachers... 

...are our Parents!