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Family Center

We have many activities available in our Family Center, located in room __. Meet our director, Judy LastName, participate in classes and workshops, or just stop by to visit during school hours. You're invited to call 818-988-6292 if you have concerns or suggestions. Some of the classes which have been offered include:

  • English as a Second Language (ESL) classes
  • Child Development classes
  • Coming of Age - dealing w/ physical and behavioral changes of puberty
  • Sewing
  • Computer classes
  • Family Read - combining parenting, literacy training
  • and a support group
  • Storytelling Workshops - increase English speaking confidence, improve pronunciation and vocabulary
  • Parent Education classes
  • Safe Passages - training parents to control traffic and assist as crossing guards

Parent Meetings

Join us at our parent meetings. These informative meetings are held once a month. We'd like to hear your valuable ideas!

Kindergarten Helpers

Parents, grandparents and other caregivers are welcome to help in the kindergarten classrooms. Help is needed filling folders with homework, cleaning snack tables, helping with art centers, reading aloud to the class, assisting with bulletin boards, etc. Those who wish to become room parents will organize volunteers and assist with class parties. You can also help at home by cutting out projects or making class journals/books. Please contact any kindergarten teacher for details.


How can parents support student achievement?
  • help their children with homework
  • provide a supportive environment (having basic resources available, providing a place and time for homework, monitoring TV and video game use, etc.)
  • attend parent-teacher conferences
  • attend parent meetings
  • read to/with their children at least 20 minutes a day
  • read school memos, newsletters, etc.
  • teach basic discipline and support school rules
  • ensure regular, punctual attendance
  • provide for rest and nutrition
  • set a good example for their children (including using proper language)
  • ask for support when needed