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Through the Parent Center, our bilingual community representative organizes various Parent Center workshops to expand parental knowledge and awareness about school and teen-related issues. Families can acquire information on how parents can become more involved in their children’s education.

The community representative works with school staff, including counselors, Title I Coordinator, EL designee, Title III Coach, Newcomer Coach, Instructional Coach, and a-g Counselors to provide families with information on topics such as the a-g requirements, California School Dashboard, LCAP, the Long Term English Learner (LTEL) support electives, and the process for English Learners to reclassify.

The Parent Center hosts sessions where school staff members discuss intervention programs that are available onsite, such as mental health counseling, tutoring, and Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) prep courses.

Additionally, the community representative invites local agencies and businesses to conduct parent workshops. Some of these organizations include Tarzana Treatment Center, Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health, and Providence Hospital. Past sessions include Bullying, Financial Literacy, CPR and First Aid, Women’s Health, Stress Management, Mental Health Workshop, and High School and a-g Requirements.

Through the Parent Center, families have access to information on community resources that can provide them with additional support. This includes flyers and brochures on health and social services, PTA-affiliated vision and dental clinics, special education laws, safety issues, and other community resources.

Cleveland Charter High School Parent Center
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Victoria Mares - Directora Del Centro de Padres
Estamos aqui para apoyarlos en lo relacionado con el progreso de sus hijos.
Esperamos oir de ustedes. No duden en llamarnos
(818)885-2300 Ext. 3663

Victoria Mares - Parent Center Director.
We are here to support you in what is related with the progress of your children.
We hope to hear from you. Please do not hesitate to call us.
(818)885-2300 Ext. 3663