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Family and Community Resources

 
Aeries Parent Portal
 
  • Update student demographic information, emergency contacts, medical information and complete the annual Data Confirmation process
  • View teacher classroom assignments (for grades K-5)
  • View student standardized test scores (CAASPP, ELPAC)
  • View daily attendance and student grades
COST Form
At Dayton, we have a Coordination of Services Team (COST) that meets every two weeks to discuss how to support individual students who may have academic, behavioral, and/or social-emotional concerns. Our COST team looks at forms that are submitted by school staff and parents to determine the next steps to support these individual students.
 
If you have concerns about an individual student, you can submit a COST form here:
 
The Dayton COST team members include:
Mr. Moore - Principal
Mrs. Barham - School Psychologist
Mrs. Tran - Special Education Resource Specialist
Mrs. Lynds - Instructional Coach and Intervention Teacher
Mrs. Huaman - District Social Worker
Ms. Reed - Speech and Language Pathologist

 

San Leandro Warmline Project

 

The San Leandro Warmline Project is a multilingual referral line where you can call in for brief emotional support and get connected with resources in your community, such as:

Medical Services

Emotional Support and Wellness Services

Covid Testing Sites

Food Banks

 

For Spanish: 510-535-8480

Monday to Friday 9am - 5pm

 

Cantonese or Mandarin: 510-735-3940

Monday 1-3pm, Tuesday 1-5pm, Thursday 9am-12pm, Friday 1-3pm

 

Crisis Support Services of Alameda 24/7: 1-800-309-2131

24 hour crisis hotline that connects people in need with people who care

 

Crisis Support Services Text Program: Text SAFE to 20121

4pm-11pm. Free to text. Text STOP to opt out

 

MHASF The Peer Run Warm Line 24/7: 1-855-845-7415

Non-emergency resource for anyone in the Bay Area seeking emotional support.

 

LGBTQ Trevor Youth Lifeline 24/7: 1-866-488-7386

24/7/365 crisis intervention and suicide prevention phone line for LBGTQ+ youth

 

Teen Line: 310-855-4673 or 1-800-852-8336

Provides emotional support to youth every night from 6pm - 10pm