Family Resources

 Report an Absence: (909) 803-3014

If you're child is going to be absent from school, please call this number to report the absence at your earliest convenience. Doing so alerts us to the reason for the absence and will prevent future calls from the school requesting that you provide a reason for the absence. An absence not cleared after 72 hours will be marked as Truant. The absence line can be reached 24-hours a day, seven days a week.

You are also welcome to send in an email to report an absence. CLICK HERE to send in an Absence Email.
In your message, include:
*Your student's name,
*The date of the absence,
*The reason for the absence, and
*Your relationship to the student (mother, grandfather, etc.).

 Click the image below to access your Parent Portal and view your child's grades, test scores, attendance, and so much more.

User names and passwords are issued to every parent and student starting in sixth grade or at registration for other grade levels. Returning students and parents use the same user names and passwords to access AERIES all three years at Heritage Intermediate. Please contact the school office if you need assistance connecting to AERIES. 
When It Is Too Hot Outside...

Need a place to cool down when it's hot? CLICK HERE. This list was created by San Bernardino County Fire and the Office of Emergency Services.

Reduced or Free Meals
Click the following link to view the program requirements to see if you are eligible to receive reduced or free meals: 
California National School Breakfast and Lunch Program
Safety & Transportation

Click here to view a School Traffic Safety Brochure

Click here to view District documentation on Busing

Periodically you may see people passing out religious materials near the school. At times parents will ask if they are allowed to do so.

Once or twice a year, a handful of missionaries from local churches or religious organizations visit the neighborhood and attempt to hand out religious literature. The laws prohibit them from distributing materials on school property, however, on a public sidewalk they may distribute literature to the public. While I know it may make some students feel uncomfortable (and parents too), they are not to block students from walking or make comments should the students decline the information. We also remind students during our morning announcements that they have the right to say “no, thank you” to anyone handing out materials or flyers on the street corners
Parent Resources for Social Media
Click on the following images to download full-size versions

On 8/26/2020, we hosted a Virtual Tech Night for Parents & Guardians. If you were unable to make it, click on the image to the left to view and/or download the presentation we shared that evening.

Thank you Mrs. Harris for this great infographic. She has provided some great suggestions for etiquette while on the internet.

  KNOW WHAT'S APPENING: Social Media Apps Parents Should Know About! The Good Websites, Apps, and Devices

   KNOW WHAT'S APPENING: Social Media Apps Parents Should Know About! The Bad Websites, Apps, and Devices

  Questions to ask your teen about Social Media

  Parent Guidelines for Social Media and Cell Phone Use

   Check out this App for parents to help monitor screen time.