EL Parent Resources
Things Parents of ELs Can Do To Help Their Children:
Send your children to school every day.
Know the teacher's name and your child's grade level.
Know some of your child's classmates. They can be helpful if your children are absent from school.
Ask your children how their day went.
Look for daily assignments.
Ask your child to review prior assignments with you daily.
Read DAILY with your child (it can be done in your home language).
Ask your child to read aloud to you.
Help your child with special projects
(DO NOT do it for them.).
Attend parent-teacher conferences.
Find ways to participate in your children's education. Volunteer at school.
PowerSchool Parent Sign In -
Grades, homework, and attendance.
Register to receive alert notifications, review comments from teachers, and much more.
TEESO - Conference Scheduling -
By clicking this link you can easily schedule your parent/teacher conference with your child's classroom teacher.
Colorin Colorado Family Page
This section was created just for parents and families to provide you with the information you need to help your child become a good reader and a successful student.
Research shows that it's vitally important for children to have a good start in reading. Reading is the key to success at school and in life. And because you are your child's first and best teacher, what you do at home – even before your child goes to school – is what will help him or her become a skilled and confident reader.
Colorin Colorado Home Page
A bilingual site for families of English language learners
2-1-1 Whether you need to find after school programs, counseling, elder care or any other non-emergency services, 2-1-1 provides confidential, easy-to-use and free access to the information you need.
Useful Links - Tools and information necessary to help your children suceed in school and life. How to help your child prepare for education beyond high school, find Financial Aid, and search for scholarships.
Learn how to speak English at the following locations: