Parent & Student resources


It is our goal of Silver Creek High School that students will graduate ready for college and careers. The school is aware that students are more likely to be successful if families and educators are informed and work together. 

Numerous opportunities are available for parents to become active participants at the school site. We encourage and welcome you to participate in one or more of the following committees listed below. Please contact your Parent & Community Involvement Specialist if you have any concerns or questions.

Mike Anchondo

(408) 347-5631

Parent Involvement opportunities

Access to Food

Food Resource Guide-East San Jose:     

Food Connection/ CalFresh Food:

Access to technology


General Assistance

Sacred Heart - Rental/Utility assistance.

City of San Jose- Local Assistance Center - Government services for residents who have been impacted by COVID-19 , Food, Immigrant Resources, Housing, Employment and Job Training, Health and Wellness, Family Resources

Catholic Charities of Silicon Valley - Look under  “COVID 19 Info” and “Services”, Housing, Food, Health, Education, Economic Security

Second Harvest of Silicon Valley/ Aunt Bertha - Food/Housing, Transit, Education, Work, Legal Programs

Bill Wilson Center - Center for Living with Dying, Child Abuse treatment Program, Independent Living Program- Foster/Probation Youth, LGBTQ Programs, Mental Health for all ages, Transitional housing program, Many more...

CityTeam - Food, Clothes, Housing

Amigos de Guadalupe - Rental assistance, home placement assistance, casitas de esperanza and legal tenant assistance. Must apply. 408-341-6080

San Jose Discount Programs  1-833-432-2454, CARE CA Alternate Rates for Energy Program, FERA Family Electric Rate Assistance Program, AMP Arrearage Management Plan, REACH  Relief for Energy Assistance through Community Help, LIHEAP Low Income Housing Energy Assistance Program, HEAP  Home Energy Assistance Program 

Coffee Talk with the Principal

Please join me once a month for some conversation and refreshments. This is a great opportunity to get to know each other, listen to your concerns and answer any questions you may have.

Lo invito a acompañarme una vez al mes para platicar y compartir un cafecito. Es una buenísima oportunidad para conocernos, escuchar sus inquietudes y contestar cualquier pregunta que tenga.

Chúng tôi xin kính mời quý vị đến trò chuyện và dùng trà bánh mỗi tháng một lần. Đây là dịp để chúng tôi được gặp gỡ, lắng nghe những mối quan tâm, và trả lời những câu hỏi của quý vị


Coffee Talk with the Principal is scheduled every 2nd Thursday of the month at 9:00am via Zoom!

District Advisory Committee/District English Learners Advisory Committee (DAC/DELAC)

The District Advisory Committee/District English Learners Advisory Committee is a group of parents, staff, students, and community members elected by School Site Committees, to provide on-going advice to the Superintendent and Board of Trustees.

School Site Council (SSC)

The school site council plays an important role in decision­ making and helps develop, review, and evaluate school improvement programs. The members of the site council are parents, students, teachers, community members, and the principal.


English Learners Advisory Committee (ELAC)

ELAC advises the Principal and School Community on programs and services for English Learners. ELAC also advises the School Site Council on the development of the Single School Plan for Student Achievement.