When schools, families, and community groups work together to support learning, children tend to do better in school, stay in school longer and like school more.
The Parent and Community Services office supports school efforts to implement effective family engagement activities that value partnerships with parents for the benefit of children’s learning and achievement.
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- Parent Portal - Click for Info
A one-stop online system that connects parents and guardians to their student’s essential data.
- Student Services - Click for Info
The goal of the unit is to increase student voice by ensuring that students have the power to inform, influence and shape reforms, policies and practices to be reflective of the realities, needs, and solutions from the student perspective.
We work to ensure students have multiple and varied leadership roles as well as opportunities to partner with adults to create a safe, healthy, supportive school culture and community. We partner with District offices, school sites, and community organizations to improve student learning and academic achievement through increased student involvement, leadership development and engagement.
- Dyslexia Awareness Resources - Click for Info
- PCS Tech Talks - Click for Info
For Beginner and Intermediate Tech Talk Powerpoints for Parents
- LAUSD Mobile Application - Click for Info
- Open Data Dashboard - Click for Info
The Open Data Dashboard will allow parents and community members to view, download, and interact with District and school performance data from various sources. The Open Data Dashboard includes information such as, graduation rates, state test scores, and college and career readiness. You can access the Dashboard through this link: https://achieve.lausd.net/opendataparents
- PCS Customer Service Feedback - Click for Info
- How Students Can File a Title IX Sexual Harassment Complaint - Click for Info
Return to Campus Family Guide - Fall 2021
The Los Angeles Unified is pleased to share this Return to Campus Family Guide. Beginning with the Fall 2021 semester, Los Angeles Unified will offer full day in-person instructional programming to all students, 5 days a week, on all its campuses. This guide provides information about what this new school year will look like on campus as well as information on the option to continue online instruction through the City of Angels independent study program.
Download the Return to Campus Guide here.
PLEASE VISIT THIS WEBSITE FOR THE MOST UP-TO-DATE INFORMATION AND ANSWERS TO MORE COMMON QUESTIONS:
Guía para familias sobre el Regreso al Plantel escolar - Otoño 2021
Al Distrito Unificado de Los Ángeles le complace compartir la Guía para las Familias sobre el Regreso a la Escuela. A partir del semestre de otoño de 2021, el Distrito Unificado de Los Ángeles ofrecerá programación de día completo en persona para todos los estudiantes, 5 días a la semana, en todos sus planteles. Esta guía proporciona información sobre cómo será el nuevo año escolar dentro de los planteles, así como información sobre la opción de continuar con la instrucción en línea por medio del programa de estudio independiente de City of Angels.
Descargue una copia de la Guía de regreso a clases para familias aquí.
VISITE ESTE SITIO WEB PARA VER LA INFORMACIÓN Y RESPUESTAS MÁS ACTUALIZADAS A LAS PREGUNTAS MÁS COMUNES:
Parents and Community
Bulletin 6745.3 Guidelines for the Required ELAC and SSC (English)(Spanish)Bulletin 6747.1 Purchase of Food for School and District Advisory CommitteesBulletin 6748.2 Parent Conference Attendance (English)Reference Guide 6749.3 Principal's Portal Certification for Local Control and Accountability Plan, Title I Parent and Family Engagement Requirements and English Learner Advisory Committee MandatesMemorandum 6750.3 Notification of Federal Title I Parent and Family Engagement Mandates (English)(Spanish)Bulletin 5688.2 Social Media for Employees and Assocated Persons Politica sobre los medios sociales de comunicacion para empleados y personas asociadas