Welcome families! It is our hope this page will help answer many questions and support you as you continue your journey through parenting an elementary age student. You will find many useful links on this page, from the student handbook, to the school calendar, to links to external websites to get help for your child.
Back To School Documents
Parent Pick-Up Info Sheet
TK and Kindergarten Information 2020-2021
2019-2020 Annual Notification of Official Information to Parents/Guardians/Students
Student Technology Use Agreement
Battle of the Books
Logging into Classlink
Atascadero Unified School District takes safety very seriously. In order to protect our students, any person coming on to the campus must be subject to a sexual offender check by law enforcement (Megan's Law). This includes anyone coming on to the campus to have lunch with their child, drop off items to the classroom; parties, etc. (Please be mindful of our wellness policy on classroom treats!). The only exception to a Megan's Law check would be an awards assembly or kindergarten promotion. When school gates are locked, you must have clearance to be on campus, so please plan ahead by completing the MEGAN'S LAW INFORMATION FORM now if you plan on entering the school anytime during the school year. Forms are available in the school office and online. This will need to be done on a yearly basis.
If you wish to accompany students on field trips, we do require fingerprinting be completed. If you have done fingerprinting with us already, then you are fine. If you are new to our system, and would like to be fingerprinted which allows you to attend/help on field trips, please call the District Office at 805-462-4200, extension 104403.
We LOVE our volunteers and field trip helpers! Thank you for understanding, and keeping our San Benito students safe!
San Benito PTA
State Testing and Assessment Information
California State Assessments
California students participate in a variety of state testing throughout their educational journey. To learn more about each test, visit this guide created by Irvine Unified School District.
*ELPAC is an assessment used only for English Language Learners
School Climate and Culture
San Benito is a Family
We make school climate a priority. We are proud to be a campus that services a student population with diverse needs. Each year we hold a school-wide Awareness Week for students to learn about what it means to be differently-abled. All areas of our campus have clear expectations posted for student reference. All classrooms use Caring Schools Community to promote Social-Emotional Learning. Most important of all, it our mission to ensure each student feels connected to our school.
Find out more about our school climate:
Help us keep our students' minds and bodies healthy!
Please refer instead to one of these healthy choices when considering bringing a "treat" to the classroom.