The South San Francisco Unified School District will be conducting a test of our emergency messaging system during the months of April and May as follows:
April 18, 2016 (3:15pm) School/District Staff only
May 2, 2016 (5:30pm) All District Community, includes parents and staff
As the safety of our students and staff continues to be our top priority, we will be initiating a new test protocol of our emergency messaging system. As part of any immediate action response to an emergency or crisis scenario, we understand the importance of clear and prompt communication with our students, parents, staff, and community. This system test will allow us to continue to improve our ability to utilize phone messages, email blasts, and text messages to deliver important information district-wide.
Since our emergency messaging system is based upon contact information recorded in our student information database, it is important that we have accurate and updated information to ensure that messages can be delivered. Should you wish to add new contact information, or verify existing information, such as phone numbers and email addresses, please contact/visit your local school site office.
Cell phone users who have a number on file with the district/school sites, may receive an SMS text message asking you to “opt in” to continue receiving messages by text. Please be sure to follow the instructions to opt in, as this is an important service utilized by our emergency messaging system.
If you do not receive the test message as scheduled, please contact your local school site to verify the contact information on file.
Our new test protocol will subsequently be conducted at least annually to ensure the proper functioning of our system.
Here at Baden High School, we care about our family pets and yours too!
Please read the information below, given to us by our friends and partners at the Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA.
Free Service (Valued at $300+) for Baden Families With Pets!
The Peninsula Humane Society is bringing its mobile spay/neuter clinic to SSF and offering free "fixes" for local pet owners. This same surgery would cost $300 or more at a private vet practice. PHS will be visiting Orange Park (corner of West Orange Ave and Tennis Dr) on May 22,
June 26, July 24, Aug 28, Sept 25 and Oct 23. We accept dogs and cats between 8 and 9 am – no appointment necessary, and ask owners to return, the same afternoon, to pick-up their pets. Please make sure pets do not eat any food from midnight on the night before surgery (water is ok). We cannot accept pets over 8 years of age or over 80 pounds. For any questions, please call 650/340-7022, ext. 387.
Welcome to Baden High School
The 2015-2016 school year has gotten off to a great start. Baden High School has a full enrollment, and students are already making progress toward graduation. As was the case last year, a record number of graduates is expected again, and Baden High School is committed to holding students to the same rigorous academic requirements as the district’s two comprehensive high schools. Making students college and career ready and delivering lessons that address the common core state standards is a high priority. There will be a particular emphasis on developing writing and critical reading skills this school year. Our faculty, staff, and counselors are dedicated to motivating and encouraging students to not only earn a high school diploma, but to also lead them on a path to success after graduation.
The effort to making learning engaging and relevant will continue this year. The school’s partnership with the Peninsula Humane Society will be expanded to allow more students to participate in the program. To assist students to better prepare for college and career, a closer relationship with Skyline College is being developed.
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