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Garfield H.S. - Wellness Center
Garfield H.S. - L.A. Trust for Children's Health
The Los Angeles Trust for Children's Health (The L.A. Trust) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization working to improve the health of the children of the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD). The L.A. Trust works to:
- Provide strategic funding and support for LAUSD Wellness Networks, school health centers and other student health services.
- Increase access to health services for LAUSD students.
- Increase public awareness of and advocate for effective responses to critical health issues.
- Promote the study and research of health issues and practices.
- Promote collaboration among health organizations to address the needs of children.
Single Plan/School Compact/Parent Engagement Policy
LAUSD is committed to engaging parents in their child’s education. Over 30 years of
research confirms the important role of parent involvement in student achievement. Parents
are their child’s first and life-long teachers and can influence their child’s educational outcomes in powerful and long-lasting ways. The core belief that parents are our partners is the foundation for the District’s overarching policy on parent engagement and is reinforced through its Title I Parent Involvement Policy and school-level parent involvement policies.
Garfield Senior High School's
• Parent Compact
• Parent and Family Engagement Policy
• Single Plan
Title IX Information
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· The Complaint Process
· Where Can Students/Parents Obtain Further Information or Assistance?
· Further Assistance
· Related District Policy & Publications
· Title IX Required Notices
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