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How you get your children started in their new school year will set the tone for their success.  Better prepared children have a better chance of doing well.  The following are suggestions by the American Academy of Pediatrics on how to best prepare children for a successful academic year:

Calm their fears:

Let them know it’s normal to feel nervous about the first day of school.  Encourage them to talk about their feelings.

Focus on the positives:

Don’t build up unrealistic expectations about how great the school year will be.  Be upbeat, however, try reminding them that they’ll see old friends and meet new ones and that teachers are there to help them.

Visit the school before it opens:

This helps especially young children to become familiar or reacquainted with the school.  If possible, try to meet with your children’s teachers.

Get a neighborhood child to serve as a buddy:

If your neighborhood has children who attend the same school as your child, arrange for them to travel together.  On the first few days of school, it might be a good idea to walk with your children to the bus stop or to school.

Review safety rules:

Go over safety measures regarding the traffic and strangers.

Click here  to read what else California State PTA recommends for parents...


Every morning it is important to ensure the safety of traffic flow to eliminate accidents. We welcome any parent who would like to become part of our Woodcrest Traffic Control Team to assist with traffic mornings from 7:30 a.m. -8:00 a.m. Please see Parent Representative, Irene Mitchem for more information.

Reminder: Do not stop vehicles in the middle of the street or leave vehicle parked in neighboring drive-ways to drop off child. Traffic police will ticket anyone doing this. *Students should be accompanied by parent when crossing the street to entrance gates, those walking to school must adhere to directions from crosswalk attendant. Please speak to your child about traffic safety when arriving or departing from school. Thank You.

Parent Summit/La Cumbre de Padres

Here is a video that explains the importance of the Parent Connection: Parent Summit workshops that a re made available to community members, parents, and staff. Click here  to watch the video.

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Special Education Parent and Community Support

Parent and Community Support provides information, training and support for parents of students with disabilities and creates partnerships between parents, education professionals and community organizations that are concerned about educational access for all our here  for more information.

Parent Corner

AEMP Parent Representative and Parent Representative


 Irene Mitchem and Pastor Davis will be serving our parent community at Woodcrest. If you would like to make workshop request or find out more about parent involvement please visit our Parent Room #9.

Parent Workshop
 Parent Workshop

Thank You Parents!

Thank You parents for setting up the auditorium for the 5th Grade Dance!

Woodcrest is College Bound!

1042697.jpgHigh School and College Parent Workshop will be held on Friday, April 4, 2014 at 8:00 am. Please join us to learn about important high school requirements and resources for college.

Parent Forms & Helpful Links

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Parent Forms

School Report Card

Find Your Childs School

Parent Press Newsletter

Parent Student Handbook

Student Report Card (LAUSD)

Student Transcripts (Current Student check with Main Office)

Parent Volunteer's Needed!

Hello, every year we encourage our Woodcrest parents to become school volunteer's. This is a great opportunity to get involved in other areas of your child's educational journey.

The Los Angeles Unifed School District understands the important role you play, as a school volunteer you enable teachers to provide students with individualized instruction and enrichment activities by offering them volunteers to assist in classrooms, thereby allowing teachers to give special attention to students needing more help.

School volunteers strengthen school community relations by providing a menu of opportunities for interested parents and community members to participate effectively in school programs.

School volunteers are vital at Woodcrest Elementary, we hope to see you on our campus!

For information about becoming a parent volunteer please contact our Parent Representative, Irene Mitchem at

(323) 756-1371 or by visiting the Parent Center in Room 9.

Thank You.