• Additional Community Resources
    • Transportation
      • Click here to learn more about Metro Transit, the system that provides transportation services for the St. Louis area.
      • Carpooling is sharing the responsibility for transportation. For example, if your child is going to a soccer practice, you may arrange to take a few children to the practice in your car, and another parent will agree to bring your child back home. If you do not drive a car, it is fine to ask another parent to help transport your child. Make sure that your child understands who will take him/her home. Schools, classes and childcare may require written permission before another parent can pick up your child. Always make sure that you have the necessary telephone numbers.
    • Adult EL classes
      • Click here to learn about the free English classes offered for adults living in St. Louis County.
    • International Institute
      • Click here for more information about the International Institute, which provides assistance to immigrants and refugees living in the St. Louis area.
    • St. Louis Places to Explore
      • Click here to learn about the many neighborhoods and cities in the St. Louis area.
    • St. Louis Area Resource Directory
      • Click here to access a directory of general information, street addresses, phone numbers and websites for dozens of agencies, shelters, employment resources, food pantries and other organizations throughout the St. Louis area.
    • LAMP Interpreting/Translating
      • Click here to learn more about the Language Access Multicultural People (LAMP), which offers interpreting and translation services.
    • Preschool Information
      • Click here to learn more about the District's preschool, The Family Center.
    • A Guide for Parents of EL Students
      • Click here to download a helpful guide for parents of English learners.