Parents and families are a child's first teacher. They continually help their children learn and grow. Families are an important part of our school community, and we welcome their involvement in their children's education.
There are many ways for families to get involved in our school. They can volunteer in the classroom, help with school events, or serve on school committees. They can also attend parent-teacher conferences, read to their children at home, and help their children with their homework.
When families are involved in their children's education, their children are more likely to succeed in school. They are also more likely to have positive attitudes about school and learning. We encourage all families to get involved in our school and help their children succeed.
In cooperation with the Council Bluffs Public Library (CBPL), Lewis Central students may register for free Library Information Technology (LIT) student accounts. Those accounts allow students to:
- Instantly access digital books, audiobooks, magazines, movies, and newspapers
- Find an online tutor
- Access databases for homework and research
- Borrow up to 4 physical items from the Library (books, audiobooks, DVDs, CDs)
To learn more, visit the LIT Account webpage or contact the CBPL or the school library.
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- Can my child share information with others using the Google Workspace for Education account?
- Will Google disclose my child’s personal information?
- What choices do I have as a parent or guardian?
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