Teach, Learn, Succeed
Healthy Start is a program committed to removing barriers to school success by integrating student support and facilitating parent and community engagement. Healthy Start offers students and parents an array of services that meet the needs of the Whole School, Whole Child, and the Whole Community.
If you need assistance in finding:
v Health Services
v Counseling for Children
v Health Insurance
v Food, Clothing, and Shelter Resources
v Children’s Dental and Vision Care
v Immunizations for Children
Please call Irma Sanchez at 818-349-2439 for an appointment
DIBELS 8th Edition is more useful for more students in more grades than ever before. For title 1 schools, special education programs, students identified with dyslexia, and anyone focused on improving literacy for all students, DIBELS 8th Edition is the least invasive, and one of the most effective screening tools available. When you choose DIBELS 8th Edition as your assessment solution, you are trusting scientific evidence, research-based practices, and decades of experience in teaching and learning.
The purpose of Title I is to provide all children significant opportunity to receive a fair, equitable, and high-quality education, and to close educational achievement gaps.
The Elementary & Secondary Education Act was reauthorized on December 10, 2015, as the Every Student Succeeds Act, and requires that Districts annually rank and serve schools. Title I schools may implement one of two programs: Title I Schoolwide Program (SWP) or Title I Targeted Assistance (TAS).
Click Below to access the parent portal.
Click Below to preview and practice for the ELPAC test
Click below to view resources that include links to distance learning activities
Parents you can have your child practice SBAC practice tests. Students in 3rd through 5th grade will be taking these tests. REMINDER: leave the "guest user" ON and the guest session "on"
SBAC PRACTICE TESTS (Click)
Prodigy Math: many of our teachers use prodigy math. Click below to log in and start using it. Contact your teacher for your child's username and password
Prodigy math (Click)
Lumos Learning: A website developed to help students in grade 3-5 prepare for the upcoming SBAC test. Once you click on the l;ink below scroll down until you see "SBAC" and click on that logo. Then select "California" and "Parent/Student"
Readworks: ReadWorks is committed to solving America’s reading comprehension crisis and student achievement gap. Driven by cognitive science research, ReadWorks creates world-class content, teacher guidance, and integrated tools that improve teacher effectiveness and student achievement.
Contact your child's teacher for the class code
Readworks.org (Student log in, CLICK)
SmartyAnts: Teachers at Melvin use this program to help students build phonics, phonemic awareness, and reading skills. CONTACT your teacher for your log in information
Smarty Ants (cllick, Student Log in)
Code.org: Code.org® is a nonprofit dedicated to expanding access to computer science in schools and increasing participation by women and underrepresented youth. Our vision is that every student in every school has the opportunity to learn computer science,
Code.org (Click Here to log in)
You will have to get your child's log in information from the teacher
Math Playground: Math Playground is kidSAFE COPPA CERTIFIED. This website does not require you create an account. You acn find engaging math activities for all levels
Math Playground (Click)
A interactive educational webpage designed to reinforce learning.