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Parent Resources

Last Updated: 10/18/2020 9:09 PM

 Titan Survey

Dear Parent/Guardian:

State funding for California public schools is based on information collected on the “Household Income Data Collection” form completed by the parent/guardian.  It is very important that 100% of eligible households complete this form so that the Adelanto Elementary School District receives the maximum funding for their students’ education.

By completing the form as soon as possible, you help ensure our schools receive the funds needed to better service our students. Complete Form Click Here

If you have any questions or need help filling out the form, please contact Jeanette Wheeler at 760-246-8691 extension 10317 or Lupe Perez at extension 10320.


Parent Handbook


Parent Handbook 2020-21 English Español

Parent Resource Links


If you are new to AESD, click here for Student Enrollment Information

Aeries Parent Portal

Bus Routes

California Safe Schools for Safe Learning Act 2013 - School Safety Resources

ChooseMyPlate.gov - USDA Student Nutrition Program

Child Nutrition Services

DELAC Agenda

History Fair Student Information

ICES After School Program Application /ASES Application || Welcome Letter 2019

Desert/Mountain SELPA

First 5 California - California Healthy Families Initiative

Smarter Balance Resources: ELA Blueprint || Mathematics Blueprint || ELA Content Specifications || Math Content Specifications || ELA Vocabulary

School Attendance Review Board (SARB)

School Breakfast, Lunch & Snack Menus with Nutrition Information

School Locator || District Map

Science and Engineering Fair Student Information

Sexual Health Education Program

Special Education Information

Student Insurance Information

Wellness Information

State/County Information

California Department of Education

San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools

District Anti-Bullying Policy

Anti-Bullying Policy English Español

G.A.T.E. Criteria

G.A.T.E. Criteria English Español

Complaint Information (Williams/Valenzuela Acts of California)

For documents regarding Williams Complaint Form and Universal Complaint Procedure Notice:

Williams Complaint Classroom Notice English Español
Williams Complaint Form English Español
Uniform Complaint Procedure Notice English Español
Uniform Complaint Form English Español

Report Card Guides

TK English Español
K English Español
1st Grade English Español
2nd Grade English Español
3rd Grade English Español
4th Grade English Español
5th Grade English Español

SARC Information (2018-2019)

School View
Adelanto English | Español
Adelanto Virtual Academy English | Español
Bradach English | Español
Columbia English | Español
Eagle Ranch English | Español
El Mirage English | Español
George English | Español
Gus Franklin English | Español
Melva Davis English | Español
Mesa Linda English | Español
Morgan Kincaid English | Español
Theodore Vick English | Español
Victoria Magathan English | Español
West Creek English | Español
Westside Park English | Español

Common Core State Standards

Single Plan for Student Achievement

This table contains the Board approved 2018-19 Single School Plan in English and Spanish for your review.

School View
Adelanto English  Spanish
Bradach English  Spanish
Columbia English  Spanish
Eagle Ranch English  Spanish
El Mirage English  Spanish
George English  Spanish
Gus Franklin English  Spanish
Melva Davis English  Spanish
Mesa Linda English  Spanish
Morgan Kincaid English  Spanish
Theodore Vick English  Spanish
Victoria Magathan English  Spanish
West Creek English  Spanish
Westside Park English  Spanish
Adelanto Virtual Academy English  Spanish

Mandated HIV Prevention & Sexual Health Education

The Healthy Youth Act: California Education Code (EC) sections 51930–51939

Enacted January 1, 2016, this law integrates the instruction of comprehensive sexual health education and HIV prevention education. The law requires school districts to ensure that all pupils in grades seven to twelve receive comprehensive sexual health education and HIV prevention education at least once in middle school and once in high school.  The AESD provides this education to our 8th grade students through their Science class using the Positive Prevention Plus curriculum.  Parents are encouraged to review the curriculum, which is available at your child's school (front office) and at the AESD front office.  Due to copyright issues, we are unable to post the curriculum online.  Education Code provides parents the opportunity to opt their child out of any or all of this instruction.  If you would like to opt your child out, please fill out the form located HERE (or HERE in Spanish) and return it to your school by April 15th.