Parent Learning Resources

 
Parent center
Welcome to IUSD Parent Resources!

 

The resources listed on this web page are designed to give families tools they can use to supplement and enhance learning both inside and outside the classroom. Please use the links on the web-page to locate information.

Keep Learning California is designed to empower low-income, English learner, immigrant and Black urban/rural families keep their elementary school children learning. We want to ensure parents, family members, caregivers and teachers have the tools and resources they need to keep children learning at home or at school, whether the instruction is remote, in-person, or hybrid.
While our country faces a very uncertain time, we want you to know that we’re still here, still working, and still fully committed to supporting children experiencing homelessness. To access community resources, please click here
Factor (Families Acting Towards Results) represents the impact and expansion of an idea in a community. Since parents are the learning center of their children, their knowledge is passed on to them, so everything learned in FACTOR is reflected in the children. Likewise, parents communicate to other parents what they have learned, creating a "ripple effect" that is multiplying within their community.
Keeping Our Community Together
When you belong to the Y, you are not only a member of a great gym, you're part of a cause dedicated to strengthening our community. The YMCA of Metropolitan Los Angeles has been here to support the needs of the LA’s communities for nearly 140 years, continually finding innovative ways to use our resources offer solutions. Some services include food distribution, childcare, senior services and more. Please click here to access additional information. 
All Families Matter ” (AFM) is exclusively for the service and “Empowerment of All Communities One Family at a Time”.  More specifically, we strive to empower youth, individuals, and families to make rational, and healthy life choices. We foster, facilitate,  and encourage cognitive redirection in contradictions between wholeness and dysfunctional behavior.  
 
El Camino College admits qualified 11th-12th grade students who have the ability to benefit by dual enrolling in college classes while still in high school. Students in grades K-10 may be eligible for Dual Enrollment under limited circumstances. 

Dual Enrollment Online Help & Events

Here you can find information about online help available to K-12 students and upcoming virtual events, as well as links to past presentations. Future events will be posted as they become available.