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Sayuri Olivera, Parent Center Director
Phone:  818-773-4710
Email:  [email protected]
Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Location:  Room 2

The Parent Center serves as a parent classroom -- a place where parents can learn about curriculum, community resources, communicating with teachers and school personnel, and ways to support children's learning at home.  Parents learn about the importance of the social and emotional well-being of children as well as strategies and resources to support their development.  The knowledge and skills that parents acquire at the Parent Center prepare them to be successful in their roles as their children's first and life-long teachers and advocates.
 
Parent Involvement = Student Success!
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El Centro de Padres sirve como un salón de clases para padres, un lugar donde los padres pueden aprender sobre el plan de estudios, los recursos de la comunidad, comunicarse con los maestros y el personal de la escuela, y formas de apoyar el aprendizaje de los niños en el hogar. Los padres aprenden sobre la importancia del bienestar social y emocional de los niños, así como las estrategias y los recursos para apoyar su desarrollo. Los conocimientos y las habilidades que los padres adquieren en el Centro de Padres los preparan para tener éxito en sus roles como los primeros maestros y defensores de sus hijos.
 
Participación de los padres = ¡Éxito estudiantil!

 
                                  
 
 

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REUNIÓN COMUNITARIA VIRTUAL May 27, 2021 @ 5 PM

 
Ven y únete a nosotros mientras compartimos la información más
actualizada sobre:
Programas de escuela de verano
Graduación / Culminación
Administradores de la comunidad de escuelas ((Canoga Park /
Chatsworth, Cleveland, Kennedy / NAHS / VAAS, Monroe, Reseda y Taft))
llevará a cabo una sesión de preguntas y respuestas inmediatamente
después de las presentaciones.

Don't forget...

 
This Saturday, May 22nd at 10:00 AM (last session)
Draw All You Can
Register to attend at bit.ly/ldnw-dayc-register
For parents and students 6 years of age and up
 
 
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Tuesday, May 25, 2021 at 3:00 PM (last session)
Parent workshop:  Resilient Families - Stress Management & Emotional Well-being
Zoom Meeting ID: 885 9102 8770
Passcode: family
 
 
 
Thursday, May 27, 2021 at 5:00 PM
Local District Northwest Town Hall
Webinar registration: http://bit.ly/LDNW-MayTownHall
Topics: Summer School Programs and Graduation/Culmination
 
 

In-Person Culmination Participation Survey

We are excited to announce that the 2021 Culmination will be in-person on Friday, June 11, 2021, at Chatsworth Charter High School! All 8th Grade students must pre-register to participate in the in-person culmination ceremony. Please read the full story for more details and to access the pre-registration form.
 
If you want to participate in the in-person culmination ceremony, you must submit the Google Form using your LAUSD SSO by Friday, May 28, 2021. Per district guidelines, only students who pre-register may participate, so make sure you submit this survey to indicate whether you will or will not be participating in the in-person culmination ceremony. We need ALL 8th Grade students to submit a survey. Please carefully read the district guidelines on the survey before submitting the form!
 

Los Angeles Unified Summer Learning Programs

 

 
 
  • Summer Community of Schools (CoS) TK – 8th Grade Program

    The CoS TK-8th Grade Summer School program offers a standards-based curriculum that includes math, English language arts and English language development with engaging themes and projects. Students will also have the opportunity to work in small groups to receive academic enrichment and acceleration.

    On-site after school care through Beyond the Bell is also available Monday to Friday from 12:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

    DATES: June 22-July 23
    TIMES: 8:30 a.m. – 12 noon, Monday – Friday
    HOW TO APPLY: Accepting applications starting Monday, May 17

    1. Submit an online application at enroll.lausd.net/summercos
    2. Pick-up an application at your child's school

    LEARNING METHOD: On campus and online options available
    ELIGIBILITY: Current TK – 8th grade Los Angeles Unified students

     
 
  • Summer Enrichment

    Fun and exciting virtual courses ranging in topics from robotics, STEM, theatre arts, sport and nutrition, foreign languages, and much, much more. Some enrichment courses are credit bearing, others are not. Please visit the virtual course brochure (link below) for additional details.

    Due to limited seat availability, each student can enroll in one summer enrichment course, only.

     DATES: June 22–July 23
    TIMES: Times vary by course
    HOW TO APPLY: enrichment.lausd.net
    APPLICATION DATES: June 1–June 11 
    LEARNING METHOD: Online
    ELIGIBILITY: Current TK – 12th grade Los Angeles Unified students

     

    Please check back for the virtual brochure of enrichment course offerings.

     
 
  • Edgenuity Middle School

    Current middle school students may sign up for asynchronous, non-credit bearing, summer school elective courses. Complete list of course offerings can be found below.

    DATES: June 22–July 23
    TIMES: Asynchronous
    HOW TO APPLY: See your school counselor before June 11 to sign up
    LEARNING METHOD: Virtual only
    ELIGIBILITY: Current Los Angeles Unified middle school students

    For all Edgenuity course offerings see the digital brochure.

     
 
  • KLCS Summer Programming

    KLCS wants to help viewers stay engaged with their learning during the break. Our Summer Learning schedule features programs that are educational and entertaining. Beginning at 3 p.m. with “Let’s Learn”, followed by the fun and exciting “Camp TV” at 4 p.m., at 5 p.m. we feature the best of our local educational productions!

    DATES: Starting on June 14, 2021
    TIMES: 3:00 p.m to 6:00 p.m., Monday - Friday
    LEARNING METHOD: Watch on KLCS TV or stream live at: stream.klcs.org
    ELIGIBILITY: Programming curated for TK - 5th grade students

    Visit KLCS to see full schedule

     
 
  • Summer Reading Challenge with Los Angeles Public Library

    Join Los Angeles Public Library for another exciting summer Reading Challenge. Collect points for reading and completing fun, learning-based activities. Read books, e-books, graphic novels or magazines; or listen to an audiobook - it all counts. You can be entered into a drawing to win great prizes, as well!

    DATES: June 7-August 7
    TIMES: Read at your own pace
    HOW TO APPLY: Registration starts on May 17 at https://www.lapl.org/summer
    LEARNING METHOD: Reading challenge to be done at home
    ELIGIBILITY: Open to all school aged children

     

     
 
  • Summer Term (High School Credit Recovery)

    Credit Recovery is offered to current high school students in need of academic credit recovery in order to graduate on time. Contact your child’s high school counselor for more information.

    DATES: June 22–July 23
    TIMES: 8:30 a.m. – 2:20 p.m., Monday – Friday
    HOW TO APPLY: Please contact your school for enrollment details
    LEARNING METHOD: On campus and online options available
    ELIGIBILITY: Current 9th – 12th grade Los Angeles Unified students

     

     
 
  • Special Education Programs, Extended School Year (ESY)

    ESY services are provided for students with disabilities who have unique needs and require special education and related services in addition to the regular academic year. ESY is recommended by IEP teams when the interruption of school over the summer is likely to cause regression and the student has difficulty recouping skills 

    DATES: June 28–July 23
    TIMES: 8:00 a.m. - 12 noon (Elementary); 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. (Middle/High School)
    HOW TO APPLY: 1. Parent Portal; 2. Return ESY letters to School of Attendance; 3. Fax ESY letter to (877) 339-2684
    APPLICATION DATES: Ongoing, but families are encouraged to confirm by May 14 to ensure all related service provisions
    LEARNING METHOD: On campus and online options available
    ELIGIBILITY: The IEP team determines whether there is a need for ESY services 

    Visit the ESY Page for more information

     
 
  • Migrant Education 

    Migrant students, grades, K-6, are invited to attend summer school at a selected site. Teachers use a thematic, hands-on interdisciplinary approach to instruction, with a focus on math, science and language.


    DATES: June 22–July 23
    TIMES: 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
    HOW TO APPLY: Register at https://btb.lausd.net/migrantprogram
    APPLICATION DATES: From May 17 to June 22
    LEARNING METHOD: On campus and online options available.
    ELIGIBILITY: For students identified as Migrants, grades K - 6


    Please visit the Migrant Education Program Page for more information.

     
 
  • International Newcomer Enrichment Summer Program 

    Join our International Newcomer Enrichment Summer Program at High Schools all across LA Unified. Program benefits include:

    • English Language Development focused on Listening, Speaking, Reading, & Writing
    • Builds College and Career Readiness Skills
    • Promotes success in A-G courses
    • Students will receive up to 10 elective high school credits!

    Contact your child’s high school counselor for more information.

    Students and/or families may request an application from their academic counselor, or click here: Parent Notification for 2021 International Newcomer Enrichment Program

    DATES: June 22–July 23
    TIMES: 8:30 a.m. – 2:20 p.m., Monday – Friday
    HOW TO APPLY: Students and/or families may request an application from their academic counselor, or click here: Parent Notification for 2021 International Newcomer Enrichment Program
    LEARNING METHOD: Virtual
    ELIGIBILITY: Incoming 9th – 12th grade L.A. Unified students (recently enrolled in U.S. schools within 0 - 36 months)


Announcements

 
FREE - WiFi Hotspot for School
 
Does a student in your household need a WiFi hotspot for school?
Request one through the Angeleno Connectivity Trust (ACT) Program.
The hotspot is FREE, and there's no financial obligation.
More questions:  Call 213-228-7383
 
 
 
Tuesday, May 18, 2021 at 3:00 PM (third session)
Resilient Families - Stress Management & Emotional Well-being
Parent workshop aimed to support parents and caregivers.
Zoom Meeting ID: 885 9102 8770
Passcode: family
 
 
Saturday, May 22, 2021 at 10:00 AM (last session of three)
Draw All You Can - Connect, Create & Celebrate
Facilitated by:  Hiep Nguyen, Founder and Executive Director of Circle Painting and Draw All You Can.
For parents and students (ages 6 and up)
Register to attend:   bit.ly/ldnw-dayc-register
 
 
 
 
BD3:  Superstar Shout-outs - Class of 2021
Give a video shout-out to a school superstar in your life.
Superstars entered into a drawing to win Target cards.
Visit:  bd3.info/superstars
Password:  Appreciation
 
 
BD6:  Digital College Signing Month - Class of 2021
Submit your story at bit.ly/bd6collegesigning
 
Tutor.Com
Support for parents so they can help their learners
Go to Tutor.com
Parent Coaching tutors are qualified and prepared to help parents and students build the foundations for academic success.
 
Choice Late Application
To obtain a late application, go to Apply.LAUSD.net
To download a paper application go to GoTo.LAUSD.NET

PARENT WORKSHOP for Parents and Caregivers

PARENT WORKSHOP for Parents and Caregivers

 

TOMORROW, Tuesday, May 11, 2021 at 3:00 PM (second of four sessions)

Resilient Families - Stress Management & Emotional Well-Being

Facilitated by:  Isabel Ybarra, Psychiatric Social Worker, and

Norma Ramirez, Parent Program Facilitator

Zoom Meeting ID:  885 9102 8770

Passcode:  family

A Wellness Webinar for Elementary Students

 
Coping with Change
Thursday, May 13, 2021
4:30 PM
 
Registration Link:  bd3.info/Wellness
 
Counselors from Cedar Sinai’s Share & Care program will be
offering space for students to express their feelings and suggest
coping skills to make change easier. 

Resources for Parents

Daily Pass login:  https://dailypass.lausd.net 

Schedule Covid Test:  https://achieve.lausd.net/covidtestingappt 

Daily Pass QR Code:  https://achieve.lausd.net/dailypass 

Frequently Asked Questions:  https://achieve.lausd.net/covidfaq 

Resources for Families during school closures due to Covid-19:  https://achieve.lausd.net/Page/16611 

Resources for Parents of Students with Disabilities:  https://achieve.lausd.net/Page/16606

 
Resources for Student Health and Human Services: https://achieve.lausd.net/shhs 

 

Dear Parents and Guardians,
We look forward to seeing you
Monday, April 26th at 4:00 PM.
 
Parent workshop:  Academic Testing During Covid-19.

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Scott M. Schmerelson
LAUSD Board District 3
 
Parent Workshop
 
ACADEMIC TESTING
DURING COVID-19
 
Monday, April 26, 2021
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
 
Topics
Format and delivery of testing this spring
Changes to standardized testing (such as SBAC)
Advanced Placement (AP) Exams
 
Registration Link:  bd3.info/TestingWebinar
 
 
 
 
 Recordatorio
 
Queridos padres y Guardianes,
Esperamos verte
lunes 26 de abril a las 4:00 p.m.
 
Taller para padres: Pruebas Académicas durante Covid-19.
 
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Scott M. Schmerelson
Distrito 3 de la Junta Directiva del LAUSD
 
Taller para padres
 
PRUEBAS ACADÉMICAS
DURANTE COVID-19
 
Lunes, 26 de abril de 2021
4:00 PM A 5:00 PM
 
 
Temas
Formato y Entrega de Pruebas esta Primavera
Cambios en las Pruebas Estandarizadas (como SBAC)
Exámenes de Colocación Avanzada (AP)
 
Enlace de registro: bd3.info/TestingWebinar