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Warning Your Child About the Dangers of the Internet

The following websites have valuable information about chatting with your kids about safety online when using a computer, cell phone or any mobile device. Click on the links below for information in English and Spanish.

Safety Information in English
Safety Information in Spanish     


Parent Resources

Parent Resources are intended to empower educators, parents and communities to learn and share information about education and our children.

Tutoring for 6th and 7th graders now available at MLK through Gear Up Program!
Gear Up Information Page


Principal's Newsletter


Parent's Guide to Understanding the Smarter Balanced Summative Assessments

Oceanside Unified School District web page


English Classes:

Please see the flyers below for more information. Multiple learning levels and class locations available!

English Learning Classes Flyer

Clases de Ingles

Level 3 & 6 info

Level 4 Info


Programa para Padres deFamilia

"Padres Aprendiendo a ser Mejores Padres"


On Guard Online has valuable information about chatting with your children about online safety when using a computer, cell phone, or any mobile device.  (Español)

H1N1 Flu (Swine Flu) and You Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Get up to date information!


Vista Community Clinic - mission is to provide quality health care and health education to the community, focusing on those facing economic, social or cultural barriers.


North County Lifeline, Inc. is a non-profit human services organization that offers a wide range of services to the people of North San Diego County. Services include social services, counseling/mental health services, mediation and legal services, and youth services.


Teachers and Families – Parent resources on a wide variety of topics


Education World – Thousands of resources tied to state standards


Yahooligans– A directory of kid-friendly sites from the makers of Yahoo


Fun Brain - Educational games for children


Links to various children’s websites


Campus Building