Get the Big Picture On Your Child's Progress
ParentVue is a new LBUSD website that lets parents see their children’s current and historical academic information, including daily attendance, grades, report cards, test scores, discipline, graduation status, college readiness, and more. And it does that securely and at no cost.
ParentVue does not replace SchoolLoop. SchoolLoop is still the place you should go for daily information on your child’s classroom quiz scores, to find out how they did on particular assignments, and to learn which assignments were turned in and which may be overdue.
Unlike SchoolLoop, however, ParentVue focuses on college readiness and high-school graduation requirements. Parents may review information on all of their children, from elementary through high school, including their behavior, math and language proficiencies, and their scores on State tests. The site also includes useful links to parent services such as MySchoolBucks (school meal accounts).
So ParentVue really is something new!—and it’s both helpful and informative. You can access it online, or you can download an iPhone or Android app from the Apple AppStore or Google Play, respectively. But how do you gain access?
All parents must use a seven-character “access code” to activate their ParentVue account. If you have the code in hand, and you know the exact name that we have on file for you, you can activate your account online through a 3-step process at parentlbusd.lbschools.net. Your access code is contained in an “activation letter” which we sent out earlier this year. The same letter shows the exact name we have on file for you. If you did not receive an activation letter, please visit our front office for assistance.
Right-click this link: ParentVue: A New Website for Parents for screenshots showing the various types of information ParentVue provides. Or, right-click this link: Getting Started With ParentVue for step-by-step directions to activate ParentVue and log in. (Remember, you need your access code to get activated! But you won't need it after that.)
Vea en Grande el Progreso de su Estudiante
Active la Red Electrónica ParentVue!
ParentVue es el Nuevo sitio de la red electrónica del Distrito de Long Beach, que permite a los padres ver la información académica de meses anteriores y presentes. Esto incluye asistencia, calificaciones, libreta de calificaciones, resultados de los exámenes, disciplina, estado de su graduación, preparaciones para el colegio y mucho más. Esto se logra con seguridad y no tiene costo.
ParentVue no Remplaza SchoolLoop. SchoolLoop es el sitio que usted puede visitar diariamente para obtener información sobre los resultados de exámenes, cuáles fueron los resultados de su último trabajo, y saber los trabajos que entregó y cuáles no.
SchoolLoop es diferente pero, se enfoca en la preparación de estudiantes para el colegio y los requisitos para la graduación de bachillerato. Los padres tambien pueden revisar el historial de estudios de todos sus hijos, desde la escuela elemental hasta la secundaria. Incluyendo el comportamiento, matemáticas, destreza en lenguaje y resultados positivos en los exámenes Estatales. El sitio de la red electrónica tambien incluye contactos de servicios beneficiosos para padres como ser. MySchoolBucks (cuenta sobre los alimentos de la escuela).
Asi qué ParentVue es nuevo!--ayuda y tambien es informativo. Usted puede tener acceso por la red electrónica o puede bajar en su iPhone o Android app de Apple AppStore or Google Play, respectivamente. ¿Usted sabe, cómo puede tener acceso?
Para activar ParentVue, todos los padres deben de tener un "código de acceso" este código, tiene que tener siete signos (letras o numeros). Si usted tiene el código a la mano, y conoce el nombre exacto que nosotros tenemos en nuestros archivos, en tres pasos usted puede activar su cuenta por intermedio de la red electrónica a parentlbusd.lbschools.net. Esto indica que su "código de acceso" tiene una letra la cual se le ha enviado a principio de año. Esta misma letra muestra el nombre exacto que nosotros tenemos en nuestros archivos. Si usted no ha recibido esta carta con la letra de activación, favor de pasar por la oficina para que le ayuden.
Haga un clic derecho en esta red electrónica: ParentVue: Un nuevo sitio web para padres para ver varios tipios de informaciones que ParentVue provee. O haga un clic a la derecha en esta otra red: Instrucciones para crear una cuenta de ParentVUE para recibir información paso a paso en como activar ParentVue y entrar a la página. (Recuerde, que necesita su código de acceso para activar sue cuenta. Después, usted no necesitara volver a hacer el proceso arriba mencionado).
They Volunteered To Help At School...and Stayed!
You Too Can Be A Campus V.I.P.
We Love Our Parents - Part 1 of a Series
In Long Beach, many parents regularly visit their kids’ schools as Volunteers in the Public Schools, i.e. “V.I.P.S.”, or the “V.I.P.” program.
Consider the stories of two parents who began at Hamilton as V.I.P.s, then later became valued and trusted staff members! The V.I.P.s in question are are Gloria Zamora and Krista Dascenzo, now both school recreation aides.
But what is a V.I.P.? V.I.P.s are volunteers who pass an annual medical and background check, and who then receive a badge allowing them to work for the year in a school of their choice. VIPs contribute in areas such as mentoring, tutoring, fundraising, career education, enrichment programs, extracurricular and service activities, and office and classroom assistance.
Gloria Zamora came to Hamilton as a V.I.P. 13 years ago, when her eldest son Kevin, then a tiny, skinny 6th grader, said another boy was bullying him. Standing back to watch, Mrs. Zamora saw it was true. Another boy WAS bullying Kevin.
Hamilton Parent / Campus Recreation Aide Gloria Zamora
Gloria made a choice. She could come to school with Kevin every day—she had the time—to get to know his teachers, and keep an eye on her son. She explained these concerns to Cynthia Terry, then School Principal (now retired). Ms. Terry said that, with the permission of Kevin’s teachers, Mrs. Zamora was welcome to sit in on his classes, and that as a Volunteer in the Public Schools, or “V.I.P.”, she could also help out in various other areas of the campus.
Mrs. Zamora decided to do the required medical and background checks and become a V.I.P. at Hamilton. It was a decision that bore immediate fruit. She quickly discovered that Kevin’s teachers were truly grateful for her help making copies, putting up bulletin boards, checking homework, and so on. Not only that, but as both visitor and helper, she could see that students stayed on task better, used better language, and generally showed better classroom behavior when there was a second adult in the room.
A meeting with the school counselor and the bully was all that it took to solve Kevin’s problem, but Gloria remained on campus. So, when daughter Amy came to Hamilton, Amy had no reservations. Whatever happened, Mom would be there. Then when Gloria’s youngest son, Bryan, came along, he found himself tempted to fight other boys. But he told his Mom: “I feel like punching them, but I won’t do it, because everyone will think you have bad kids.”
Over time, Gloria became a trusted and familiar presence on campus. At that point, administrators were happy to offer her a job as a campus aide, ensuring that students practiced safe behavior, had proper clothes to wear to school, and so on.
“When you get to know the teachers,” said Mrs. Zamora, “you can help your kids with homework better. When you get to know the other kids, you can counsel your own kids on how to cope better. I am very glad I decided to volunteer. And I’m proud now to be a Hamilton staff member.”
Krista Dascenzo, a Hamilton parent and resident of Long Beach for many years, has worked at Hamilton for the last four. Two of her four children graduated as Wolverines: daughter Courtney, now 20, and son Raymond, now 16.
Hamilton Parent / Campus Recreation Aide Krista Dascenzo
Krista became a V.I.P. when daughter Courtney was in the 5th grade at Grant Elementary School, helping Courtney’s teacher, Ms. Denhart, in the classroom. When Courtney graduated to 6th grade, Krista followed her to Bancroft Middle School. And finally, when Courtney moved to 7th grade, Krista followed her to Hamilton.
“I was a little nervous about Hamilton,” said Mrs. Dascenzo. “I just wanted to be sure Courtney and Raymond would be safe.”
Noticing other parents helping on campus, Krista asked Assistant Principal Marie Hatwan if Hamilton needed a recreation assistant. Ms. Hatwan said, “I’m glad you asked! I may have a spot for you.” And so it was that Krista came to work at Hamilton, filling two roles, as both a housewife and middle-school recreation aide.
Mrs. Dascenzo said, “I, too, encourage parents to become involved at school as much as possible. It pays off. The kids like it—I know mine did. I asked them if it bothered them for me to be so involved at school. They said ‘No! We like it!’ … As for me, I basically got ‘addicted’ to being in the classroom environment, helping with outside activities, getting to know and becoming friends with the staff. It has been a great experience.”
Like Mrs. Zamora and Mrs. Dascenzo, you can help your student’s teachers, bolster your child’s education, and contribute a valuable service to the campus. For details, please visit the LBUSD VIPS website at this link. Or, talk to Ms. Zamora or Ms. Flores in our main office, (562) 602-0302. We look forward to hearing from you.
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