Paredes Middle School

Parent Resources


Here are some wonderful and helpful ways to access support for you and your families during the holidays! These are also great avenues to take if you are looking to volunteer and serve others during the Holiday Season. 



Blue Santa: 
The mission of the Austin Police Operation Blue Santa is to provide toys and food for families in need during the holiday season.
Angel Tree: 
The Salvation Army Angel Tree program helps provide Christmas gifts for hundreds of thousands of children around the country each year. Once a child or senior adult has been registered and accepted as an Angel their Christmas wish list is shared with donors in your community who purchase gifts of new clothing and toys.
Coats for Kids: 


 Together, with our long-standing partners—Jack Brown Cleaners, iHeartRadio, and KVUE—The Junior League of Austin will provide over 30,000 warm winter coats to Central Texas children in need.






Parents! Guardians! Grandparents! Families!

Are you interested in taking a cooking class? 

Mr. Johnson would love to have you join his cooking class to swap recipes, chat, and socialize with other families at Paredes. Please take a minute to fill out this survey for the day you would be available to join him. 







The Parent Engagement Support Office within the Student Enrollment and Advocacy Department created an online resource guide to support AISD families, students, educators, or partners looking for resources for their student, family, or school.

Our community can use this online guide to find and explore community and AISD resources: food, housing, legal, financial, transportation, after-school programs, community centers, and learning resources including ESL and GED services, computer literacy, cultural enrichment, and family literacy.

For additional information, please contact the AISD Parent Engagement Support Office at





  • The AISD Department of Health Services supports the health of students, staff, and families. 

    This includes student health services provided through Dell Children's Medical Center and Ascension Seton in every campus health room, mental and behavioral health services in our School Mental Health Centers, vision and hearing screening as required by Board Policy FFAA, and Public Health initiatives to support wholistic student wellness i.e. COVID-19 response and immunizations.  

    Clinical student health services provided on campus by the Health Services department include acute/illness care, case management of chronic conditions, psychological services, immunization compliance and management, management of communicable illness, patient education, environmental health, and pregnancy-related services.

    The Health Services department also works closely with the AISD School Health Advisory Council, a board-appointed group of parents, community members, students, and school staff working together to improve the health of all students and families through coordinated school health programs. 

    Student Safety Concerns 

    For anonymous reporting for student safety concerns like bullying, self harm, harassment, harm to others, drugs and alcohol, etc. please submit a request via Let's Talk


    • Student Health Services (immunizations, IHCPs, etc), Loree LaChance - Seton 512-324-0195
    • School Mental Health Centers, Ellie Gamble, 512-414-4434
    • Public Health, Dairy Marroquin, 512-414-4434
    • Vision and Hearing Screening,  
    • Student Medical Record Requests, HERE
    • Licensed Mental Health Professionals, **this has moved to Crisis, Counseling, & Mental Health
    • Threat Assessment, **this has moved to Crisis, Counseling, & Mental Health
    • Family Resource Centers, Gabriel Estrada (AVEY) 512-300-5957

    Resources and Forms