Welcome to Topeka's Online Parent Resource Center
Topeka is committed to partnering with parents and families to support every child. We invite you to join in the effort to create innovative, creative thinkers, to build intellectual curiosity, academic excellence and good citizenship among our students When schools and families work together to support learning, students become more motiviated to succeed in school and life. We encourage parents to get Engaged! and Stay Informed!
The Online Parent Resource Center is here for you. We hope to develop and foster community engagement, provide referrals to community based services, and give you resources to parent workshops, handouts and community events. We encourage you to explore the educational system to become better advocates for your children and we will do our best to provide support to help our students and families achieve success.
Make an Impact! Any active parent participation, will make each day a positive experience for our students at Topeka.
Parents please check back regularly for parent resources in and around our community and monthly for the Dignity Health School Wellness Initiative Monthly Newsletter (see the link to the PDF)
Summer Programs by Grade Level
Please go to: https://achieve.lausd.net/northwest
Newsletter - Click on image link for full newsletter
Virtual Parent Workshop - click on link for more info
Board Member Scott M. Schmerelson
Virtual Parent Workshop
Prevention Matters: What Parents Need to Know
Tuesday, June 16, 2020
3:00 PM for English
4:30 PM for Spanish
Francisca Games, Coordinator, LAUSD Beyond the Bell Branch
Tomas Robles, Director of Programs, San Fernando Valley Partnership
Dodgers-LA Reads Challenge:
The program involves Dodger players, coaches, executives and alumni reading to children and rewards students that participate in the “Dodgers Reading Champions” challenge, which provides incentives for 1st-8th graders who read 30 minutes or more per day.
We encourage you to participate at www.Dodgers.com/LAReads.
Los Angeles Pierce College K-12 Reading Program has opened early, reduced rates, and converted all classes to a live online format, to help parents and schools maintain student education during these unusual times.
A live, teacher-led online classes are available now and throughout the summer, for Pre-K through 12th grade students.
The curriculum is high caliber and has been taught in a live, online format for 5 years already with over 50,000 school-age students. The classes are led by highly-trained teachers with many years’ experience teaching effectively in online classrooms. Skills taught include:
- Early Elementary: letter recognition, phonemic awareness, sight words, phonics
- Mid-to-Late Elementary: fluency, phonics, long-word decoding, comprehension, textbook reading, writing
- Middle and High School: doubling reading speed, comprehension, writing, notetaking, test preparation, textbook strategies
Visit the website at https://piercecollege.readingclasses.org/.
Link to flyer and more info: click here LA Pierce College Reading Programs
CSUN Covid-19 Resources - click here CSUN COVID-19 RESOURCES
- Food Banks (SFV and Santa Clarity Valley
- Court Resources
- Victim Services
- Mental Health
Resource Directory - click here Resource Directory
- Educational Support
- Mental Health
- General Information
Food Bank - click here Food Bank - North Hills
New Healthy Start Program - click here Healthy Start Flyer
Red Cross Ready: FREE Virtual Emergency Preparedness Classes
English: Tuesdays and Thursdays
Register at redcross.org/la-virtual