Parent Resources

Ways to Help at Home

  • Have your child speak and answer questions in complete sentences.
  • Read with your child every day.
  • Monitor your child’s television, video game, and Internet use.
  • Encourage your child to use the library.
  • Instead of asking, “How was school?” try asking:
    • “What made you smile today?”
    • “Who did you sit with at lunch?”
    • “Tell me something you know today that you didn’t know yesterday.”
  • Haga que su hijo hable y responda preguntas en oraciones completas.
  • Lea con su hijo todos los días.
  • Monitoree la televisión, los videojuegos y el uso de Internet de su hijo.
  • Anime a su hijo a usar la biblioteca.
  • En lugar de preguntar, “¿Cómo estuvo la escuela?” intenta preguntar:
    • “¿Qué te hizo sonreír hoy?”
    • “¿Con quién te sentaste en el almuerzo?”
    • “Dime algo que sabes hoy que no sabías ayer”.

Useful Links

Class Dojo

Stay connected with your child’s teacher, receive important information and updates, see class photos and also, see your child’s work in real-time. 

City of Downey

Downey Library

Columbia Space Center

TLC Family Resource Center

OnGuard Online

Stop Bullying

Family Education

Common Sense Media

Parent Guide to Academic Standards and Report Cards

Kindergarten English Spanish
1st Grade English Spanish
2nd Grade English Spanish
3rd Grade English Spanish
4th Grade English Spanish
5th Grade English Spanish
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Words of Wisdom

All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them.

Walt Disney