Some of the most commonly requested resources for DUSD families are located on this page. School-specific information and resources can be found on your school website. Please contact your school if you have questions.
On-line Registration Verification
On-line Registration Verification for all students (includes returning and new students to DUSD) will be open:
It is mandatory that all parents complete the registration verification for their student(s) using the Parent Connection Portal at https://parentconnection.dusd.net/
A Parent Connection account is required to complete the registration. If you cannot remember your password, you will be able to reset your password by using the “Need Your Login Information?”. Parents of newly enrolled students that have not yet received the account information, your log-in and temporary password will be sent to you via email from our Student Information System “Q” on or before July 26, 2020.
Parent Involvement Policy
PARENT INVOLVEMENT BP 3165
It shall be the policy of the Board of Education to encourage sustained parental involvement and support in the education of their children as an integral part of improving academic achievement and a positive school environment.
Searchable database of registered sex offenders in California.
Official website of the National Parent-Teacher Association.
California Missing Persons
AMBER alert information and missing persons data from the Office of the Attorney General at the California Department of Justice.
Learn to keep your family safe online.
2020-2021 Parent Student Guide
Health, Wellness, & Insurance Information
If you are concerned about your child, someone else, or need help yourself, please reach out to an organization below
- Contact your child’s school counselor through your school’s main line or counseling office
- National Suicide Prevention Hotline
(800) 273-TALK (8255), or text “START” to 74174
- Suicide Prevention Center
(800) 727-4747, or the Youth Crisis Line, (800) 843-5200
- Teen Line (for teen to teen help): www.teenlineonline.org
(800) TLC-TEEN (800) 852-8336, (310) 855-HOPE (4673) or text “TEEN” to 839863
- California Youth Crisis Line which is open 24/7, (800) 843-5200
A complete list of health forms is available below. Please download, fill out, and turn in any forms that are applicable to your child.
Download Health Forms
Click on the required form and print:
- Allergy Care Plan
- Asthma Care Plan
- Authorization for Release and or Disclosure of Medical Information
- Catheterization orders
- Diabetes Care Plan
- Diabetic Care Plan for Oral Medication
- G tube authorization
- Hemophilia Care Plan
- Individual Health Care Plan
- Limited Physical Activity
- Limited Physical Education
- Medication Authorization
- Oral Health Assessment
- Report of Health Examination For School Entry
- Risk Assessment Questionnaire
- Seizure Care Plan with or without VNS
- VP Shunt Care Plan
Insurance Forms & Information
A concussion is a brain injury caused by a bump to the head. Even though most concussions are mild, all concussions are potentially serious and may result in complications including prolonged brain damage and death if not recognized and managed properly. Download the information below to learn more.
California Healthy Kids Survey
The survey gathers information on behaviors such as physical activity and nutritional habits; alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use; school safety; and environmental and individual strengths and assets. You may examine the 65-item Elementary School Questionnaire in the school office or online at www.dusd.net/chks
Health & Wellness Tips
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