LAP Parent Resources


New Handbook for 2016-17 Coming Soon!

Parent Involvement Opportunities

  • LAP Family Night – This annual event is a great opportunity for parents to meet their student’s LAP teachers, ask questions about classroom expectations and program goals, access community agencies to obtain free resources and come together to celebrate the diversity of our families in Wayne. In addition, each student is offered a free book to encourage reading in the home.
    Thursday, September 14, 2017
    6:00pm – 8:00pm
    Ben Davis High School Student Cafeteria
  • LAP Broad Based Committee – This committee is made up of ELs staff, Administrators, General Ed. Teachers and LAP Parents. It meets to discuss LAP programming modifications that would benefit students and comply with state and federal guidelines. If you are interested in participating in this committee, please contact the LAP Office at 988-8653. We welcome your comments and recommendations.
    Wednesday, November 16, 2016 and Wednesday, February 15, 2017
    6:00pm – 7:30pm
    Education Center Board Room


  • Parent Workshops – The Language Assistance Program will host a workshop, in collaboration with the Indiana Partnership Center. This workshop will provide parents with ideas on how to create a learning environment in their home. Each parent will receive materials with extra activities for them to work with their students–Leamos Juntos/ Books on Board – Bilingual workshop.
  • Parent Handbook – This is a special handbook for parents of children in the Language Assistance Program (LAP) in the Metropolitan School District of Wayne Township. The Handbook includes information about program expectations and how our school personnel support your child’s learning.

Be a Parent Volunteer

If you are interested in volunteering, or would like information on future volunteering opportunities please fill in the form right below and include your availability and contact information. If you have any questions feel free to call (317)-988-8672.

Si esta interesado en ser voluntario(a) de la escuela o un evento, favor de llenar la forma debajo y incluir su numero telefonico. De igual manera, llame al 317-988-8672 con cualquier pregunta. Gracias.

View Volunteer Form

Computer Classes Opportunities in Spanish

Spanish Speaking parents, please feel free to register at the Indianapolis Central Library for free computer classes by calling 317-300-5695. Classes will be facilitated in Spanish at the Indianapolis Central Library from September to November. Don’t miss this great opportunity! For more information please open and read the following pdf files:

Septemeber Class.pdf
October Class.pdf
November Class.pdf


    • Project FLUENT – Family Literacy: Understanding English for Newcomers Together – A ten week program for parents and students (K-6) that meets once a week after school from 6:30 to 8:00 pm.  (Feb. to Apr.) This program is conducted at two different schools concurrently once a week for ten weeks. The program curriculum is designed to work with parents and students. Parents review strategies to support their student’s learning at home, while students focus on a target literacy skill for extended practice.  At the conclusion of each class all participants are invited to have some light refreshments and check out resources from our Lending Library. In addition, all participants receive a free book to take home – parents receive information on how to work with their students at home and students select from a variety of fiction and non-fiction materials.


  • Take-home kits and Lending Library – Each program site has a set of take-home kits, bilingual books, leap pads and other wonderful resources for students K-6 to check-out and take home to practice their reading skills. A kit typically comes in a bag and contains a book, parent activity sheet and audio cassette. This is an excellent way for parents to work with their students. You can play the cassette and have your student follow along in the book.  Then you can ask your student questions from the activity sheet. This is just one of the many ways you can help your child become a better reader. For additional suggestions on what you can do at home to support your student’s learning, contact your LAP teacher.

Adult Learning


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