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Over 200 parents and families visit the Family Resource Fair, part of our last year’s Spring Parent Leadership Conference, at Sherwood Elementary School.




Join us for the Fall Parent Leadership Conference on Saturday, September 21st from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at Boronda Meadows Elementary School. 

There will be a variety of workshops in both English and Spanish on different educational topics.

Free breakfast, lunch, childcare and transportation will be provided.

English Flyer : Coming Soon | Spanish Flyer : Coming Soon


Parent Digital Literacy & Technology

In a world where kids are growing up digital, it is important that they know how to be safe. Parents play an important role in digital use and citizenship.

Strand 1: Technology

Tips for Improving Your Child’s Reading Ability TK-2: 

Parents have a huge impact on how quickly their children learn to read. Here are  tips to improve your child's progress in reading.

Strand 2: Academic Home Support Strategies

The Reclassification Process

Come and learn about the process used to Redesignate your child as English proficient. We will go into detail and review the 4 criteria that English Learner students must meet to redesignate.

Strand 3: Assessment/ Accountability

Healthy Habits and the Blue Zone

Learn  about the Blue Zone and tips on how to make healthier choices that benefit your quality of life.

Strand 4: Health and Safety

Mental Health

Strand 4: Health and Safety

The Importance of Census 2020

Learn why the Census important and  how it affects our community.

Strand 5: The Law

SCESD Parent Program Opportunities

An overview of the variety of engagement, educational and involvement parent programs.

Strand 6: School Culture and Climate

Tips for Helping Your Child with Homework: Grades TK-2

Addition and subtraction—concepts, skills, problem solving, and place value.

Strand 2: Academic Home Support Strategies

Tips for Helping Your Child Improve Reading Comprehension:

Good readers are active readers. When your child has a hard time understanding what she reads, instruction can help. Here are some strategies to try.

Strand 2: Academic Home Support Strategies

CAASPP State Assessments: 

Information will be provided to assist parents to better understand their child’s state assessment results in English Language Arts/Literacy (ELA) and Mathematics for grades 3rd - 6th.

Strand 3: Assessment/ Accountability

Gang Awareness

Learn about gang involvement warning signs and strategies for parents to help their kids.

Strand 4: Health and Safety

Student Attendance: A Building Block for Student Achievement

Encouraging regular school attendance is one of the most powerful ways you can prepare your child for success—both in school and in life. When you make school attendance a priority, you help your child get better grades, develop healthy life habits, avoid dangerous behavior and have a better chance of graduating from high school.

Strand 5: The Law

Special Education and what to Expect in an IEP Meeting

Learn what  Special Ed. is, how a student qualifies and what to expect at an IEP meeting.

Strand 7: Special Education Services

Tips for Helping Your Child with Math Homework: Grades 3-6

Multiplication and division of whole numbers and fractions—concepts, skills, and problem solving.

Strand 2: Academic Home Support Strategies

Annual English Language Test and what Parents Should Know

Is you child an English Learner? If so, then your child participates in the annual English Language test called the ELPAC. Come and learn about this test and how we use the results to support your child master the English language.

Strand 3: Assessment/ Accountability

Emergency Preparedness in Schools: 

Learn how schools ensure your child’s safety  during an emergency. As well as offer Planning and Preparedness Resources.

Strand 4: Health and Safety

Bullying and Safe Schools

This workshop will explore alternatives to help students deal with bullying.

Strand 4: Health and Safety


Information on the immigration process and procedures.

Strand 5: The Law

Getting Behavior in Shape at Home 

Behavior support skills with Family members using PBIS (Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports).

Strand 6: School Culture and Climate