Parent Resources

Annual Notice to Parents | Notificación Anual a los Padres
California Education Code section 48980 requires that, at the beginning of the first semester or quarter of the regular school term, the governing board of each school district must notify parents/guardians of their rights or responsibilities under certain provisions of the Education Code. Other provisions of California and United States law also require notification of parents/guardians.
Education Code section 48982 requires that this notice be signed by the parent/guardian and returned to your child’s school. Your signature on this notice is an acknowledgment that you have received the notice and have been informed of your rights, but the signature does not indicate that consent to participate in any particular program has been either given or withheld.
Title I Annual Meeting | Reunión Anual del Título I
Title I is a federal funding source that provides additional funding for schools with high percentages of children from low-income families to help ensure that ALL children meet challenging state academic standards.
The requirements of Title I include:
  • Annual Meeting informing parents of Title I
  • Title I funds used for ALL students (Schoolwide Program) to meet state academic standards
  • Establish Student / Compact and distribute Parent Involvement Policy
  • Schools MUST involve parents in determining how funds are spent (School Site Council)
  • Schools MUST participate in State / Federal Accountability programs
  • Inform Parents of Academic Programs and Student Achievement Results
Student Achievement Data Summary:

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Parent Involvement | Participación de los padres
Parents can become involved in a variety of Advisory Committees and Groups at both Wasco High School and Wasco Independence High School.
Please contact the Main Office of either school for more information:
  • Tiger Parent Club (Wasco High Parent Club) - Contact Angie Benavides [email protected]
  • School Site Council (SSC) - Contact Jessica Rodriguez [email protected]
  • English Learner Advisory Committee (ELAC) Contact Violeta Okolonwamu  [email protected]
  • Migrant Parent Advisory Committee (Migrant PAC) Contact Violeta Okolonwamu [email protected]
  • LCAP / District Advisory Committee (LCAP DAC) - More information to come...
Student Testing and Scores | Prueba de Estudiante y Puntajes
Students participate in CAASPP Testing in the following grades:
Freshman (9th):
  • Interim SBAC in English and Mathematics - NO SCORES REPORTED
Sophomore (10th):
  • Interim SBAC in English and Mathematics - NO SCORES REPORTED
Junior (11th):
  • Summative SBAC in English and Mathematics - SCORES MAILED HOME IN AUGUST
  • EAP in English and Mathematics - SCORES INCLUDED IN SBAC (above)
  • CA Science Test (CAST) - NO SCORES REPORTED 
Senior (12th):
  • No Assessments Required
Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) | NCLB Expired in 2015
The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) was signed by President Obama on December 10, 2015, and represents good news for our nation’s schools. This bipartisan measure reauthorizes the 50-year-old Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), the nation’s national education law and longstanding commitment to equal opportunity for all students.
The previous version of the law, the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act, was enacted in 2002. NCLB represented a significant step forward for our nation’s children in many respects, particularly as it shined a light on where students were making progress and where they needed additional support, regardless of race, income, zip code, disability, home language, or background. The law was scheduled for revision in 2007, and, over time, NCLB’s prescriptive requirements became increasingly unworkable for schools and educators. Recognizing this fact, in 2010, the Obama administration joined a call from educators and families to create a better law that focused on the clear goal of fully preparing all students for success in college and careers.