Region North PACE Unit
PACE Administrator Interim
Region North PACE Coach
7:30 a.m-2:00 p.m
Canoga Park / Chatsworth - Mary Melvin firstname.lastname@example.org
PESA - Alice Lee email@example.com
Cleveland - Debra Mcintyre sciarrino firstname.lastname@example.org
PESA - Sally Soliman email@example.com
Kennedy/ NAHS/VASS -
Jennifer J.Yo firstname.lastname@example.org
PESA - Kate Vinas email@example.com
Monroe - Roger Avila firstname.lastname@example.org
PESA - Suemi Deleo email@example.com
Reseda - Eric Maxey
Taft - Joseph Perendez firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Support & Success Services
Attendance & DropOut
College & Career Readiness
"Big Future" College Readiness
Five Ways a College Education Pays for Itself English Spanish
Five Ways a College Education Pays for Itself Flyer English Spanish
Family Guide to College Planning English Spanish
College Application Checklist English Spanish
Eight Components of College and Career Readiness CounselingFor more information, visit the College Board's Big Future website.2022 CCU scholarship programFinancial Aid Workshop2022-Need help with FAFSA. Please attend a zoom meeting counselor ready to help.Saturday February 26,2022 9:00 am -12:00pm zoom link:https://lausd.zoom.us/I/82624749597or you can call (1-408)638-0968. You can also contact Ramo Mella AG Director Email: email@example.com
¡Gradúate!: Financial Aid Guide to Success
The Whitehouse Initiative on Education Excellence for Hispanics has created the!Gradúate! Financial Aid Guide to Success to help Hispanic students and families navigate the college application process. The Guide provides recommended steps for the college enrollment process, helpful tips on filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid and key financial aid resources available to better support Hispanics, including Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and non U.S. citizen students, in their efforts to access a postsecondary education.
¡Gradúate!: A Financial Aid Guide to Success English Spanish
We, at the Parent and Community Engagement Unit in Local District Northwest, believe that children learn best when schools collaborate with parents as equal partners in their children’s education. Parents can partner with schools by promoting a culture of literacy and high expectations at home and at school. They can participate in school events and on committees, in addition to volunteering and serving in parent centers.
Our goals revolve around assisting schools with developing welcoming environments for parents while offering parents a variety of opportunities to partner with the school community to improve student achievement so that all students will graduate from the Los Angeles Unified School District prepared for college and future career endeavors.
Parent & Community Engagement Administrator
LAUSD BOARD MEMBERS
Local District NorthwestScott SchmerelsonNick MelvoinKelly GonezBoard District 3Board District 4Board District 6
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When schools, families, and community groups work together to support learning, children tend to do better in school, stay in school longer and like school more.
The Parent and Community Services office supports school efforts to implement effective family engagement activities that value partnerships with parents for the benefit of children’s learning and achievement.
We believe in mutual respect.
We believe in excellence & high expectations. All students, parents, employees and community partners contribute unique talents, strengths and skills to create an environment of excellence and hold ourselves to the highest standards.
We believe in equity & access.
Student & Family Wellness Hotline
Information for Parents 2022
Division of Special Education Live webinars
UNIFIED ENROLLMENT (CHOICE APPLICATION
know the signs
parent and caregiver support flyers
Mental Health Series of Workshops Recordings | Grabaciones de la serie de talleres de la Unidad Salud Mental