What Is My California SSID?

A Statewide Student Identifier (SSID) is a unique, non-personally-identifiable number linked to a given individual student within the California public K–12 educational system.

These agencies should maintain the SSIDs in their local systems as well as in CALPADS.

How can I get my child’s student ID number?

Where can I find my child’s student ID number?

  • NPS District Students: The NPS student ID is your PowerSchool ID (lunch ID)
  • Charter and Pre-K Students: Your child’s enrollment ID will be provided to you by your child’s current school.
  • If you do not know your child’s ID number, please ask your current school or call the Contact Center: (973) 733-7333.

What is a Cassid?

cassid (plural cassids) (zoology) Any member of the Cassidae.

How do I locate my SSID?

Look for a sticker on your router. Many routers provided by Internet Service Providers have a sticker on the bottom or side, listing the default SSID. This is usually labeled as the SSID or “Network Name” and may be located next to a barcode. Use another device connected to your network to find the SSID.

How many digits is the CA SSID?

10 digit

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