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Parent General Resources

  • Club Digital offers multimedia step-by-step training about the internet, broadband, and its importance in the home in order to lessen the Digital Divide and help students academically.
  • Get Connected -  is a project of the California Emerging Technology Fund (CETF).The mission is to provide the user with the education and tools necessary to feel comfortable using the Internet for work and play! Here the user will learn how to stay connected with friends and family, shop safely online, find useful and reliable information quickly, and more. 
  • Comcast Internet Essentials - families with student on a free or reduced lunch program may be eligible for a highly discounted Internet essentials from Comcast.
  • First 5 California Site for Parents is a place to find tips, information, and resources for parenting needs.  There are three centers:  Health, Learning, and Activity, as well as additional help in Services and Support.   
  • School2 Home Parent Workbook - to view or download the workbook used in the School2Home Parent Training 
  • Your child's school Website - This page links to each school participating in the School2Home program.  
  • Basic Digital Skills - MyComputer toolkit Basic computer resources and video on topics such as keyboard and mouse basics, the computer; major parts, Word Documents, the Internet, email and communication.
  • Research and Innovation Network by Pearson is a site to help improve communications between school and home in order to help students succeed academically.
  • Health-e-App Your children may be eligible for Medi-Cal or Healthy Families, California’s health coverage programs for working families. Health-e-App is an online application that you can fill out and submit from your computer. 
    Health-e-App allows you to enter basic information to find out if your children are eligible for California’s health coverage programs. The system identifies which programs your children are eligible for and routes the application to the appropriate program for enrollment.
  • LAUSD Parent page - This site is dedicated to keeping the families of LAUSD connected with the latest resources and information needed to support their children's education and lifelong success. 
  • U.S. Department of Education Parent resource page - Featured topics include 
  • Edutopia's Mobile Devices Guide: Getting kids engaged with learning, focused on working smarter, and ready for the future. This guide can help you better understand how mobile gadgets -- cell phones, tablets, and smartphones -- can engage students and change their learning environment. 
  • North Star Digital Literacy Program - included are basic computer digital literacy standards and modules in six main areas:  Basic Computer use, Internet, Windows Operating System, MAC OS, Email and Word Processing (Word). 
NOTE: Please search the School2Home resource database for other general resources.