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Be a Parent Volunteer!


Education is a team effort, and volunteers are a very critical part of the school team.


The volunteer program at Lawndale Elementary School District is designed to encourage parent volunteers.


Click here for volunteer resources.


Should you have any questions, please contact your school site's Community Liaison. 

More Helpful Links

Please visit the links below to support your student's education.

Bedtime Math

California Department of Education Content Standards

National PTA Parents' Guide to Student Success (in English and Español)

Reading by 9 Parent Reading Guide (in English and Español)

In addition, please visit school and teacher websites for additional resources.

Parent Resources

Understanding Your Student's CAASPP Report

Below you will find information for parents to assist with understanding these reports:


Sample Student Report

Muestra del Reporte Individual de los Resultados

Guide to Understanding the CAASPP Student Score Report

Understanding the CAASPP Student Score Report - Video

Entendiendo el Reporte de Puntuación del Estudiante - Video


If you have additional questions about your child's report, please contact his/her teacher.

SBAC Testing

To help prepare students for the Smarter Balanced (SBAC) Field Test, they can take both the Practice and Training Tests online as many times as they want.


Visit Smarter Balanced Student Portal to use the practice tests.

In addition, the California Department of Education this video for middle school students.

Supporting Students in Mastering California State Standards

Your child's teacher is the best resource in finding out more about how to best support your child's learning at home. Always consult him/her first if you have concerns about your child's academic progress.

The links listed below provide additional insight into how you may support your child's mastery of California's State Standards.


PTA Parents' Guides to Student Success

Great Kids: Milestones

Parent Road Maps to the Common Core Standards

Achieve the Core

California Department of Education Parent Resources

Anti-Bullying Information

Both Jane Addams Middle School and Will Rogers Middle School have worked hard on their anti-bullying programs. Below are some of the resources being implemented at the sites.

The Connect Safely webpage provides tips to help students stop cyberbullying.

The Let's Get Real video gives students the chance to tell their own stories.

The Mix it Up Schools Program encourages students "mix it up" at lunch by sitting with a different group of students.

The Net Smartz Cyberbullying page has information for parents to support their child.

The Teaching Channel has a short video on the complex issues related to cyberbullying.