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Lodi Unified School District


Resources for parents and guardians to help support their student's academic achievement.

Quick parent resources are available below. Browse pages under our Families section for more parent resources.

Parent Handbook

For an informational guide and parent rights, please see the Lodi USD Parent Handbook.

Parent and Family Engagement Policy

The Parent and Family Engagement Policy is developed with input from parents and family members.  This policy describes how Lodi USD will involve parents through the school year in a meaningful and ongoing way. Additionally, the policy describes how parents are involved in the planning, review, and improvement of Lodi USD’s Title I program and activities.

For printed copies, or general assistance with the Parent and Family Engagement Policy, please contact Title I Program Staff at (209) 331-7033 ext. 810008.

Title I, Part A Lodi USD Parent and Family Engagement Policy PDF (English)


Title I Coordinator Area 1
Kelly Collins
Educational Services
Title I Coordinator Area 2
Jaime Kite-Polinsky
Educational Services

School Year Updates

Recent school year updates are available below. See our Communications page for more stories and announcements. 

Upcoming Holidays and Events

A quick view of upcoming holidays and events is shown below. See Calendars for all holidays and breaks.

GOT Kids Foundation

Giving Opportunities to Kids (GOT Kids) is a unique organization with the mission of supporting children who attend Lodi Unified School District schools. The foundation provides opportunities beyond the classroom experience to help children explore and develop their talents, interests, and skills. 

For more information, visit

GOT Kids Logo


Internet Options Outside of School

Students are issued Chromebooks to access online digital resources, work on assignments, and conduct research at home. Outside of school, a digital divide may hinder internet access for students, impacting their ability to reach online resources. Lodi USD is providing options to help bridge this gap and ensure students have all the essentials for a strong education and future success.

No-Cost Internet

No-cost wireless internet access is available from within the building at the following local public libraries. See library website for hours of operation and terms of use.

Lodi Public Library

Stockton-San Joaquin County Public Library

Low-Cost Internet

Internet at home is available at lower cost through the following programs. See website to sign up. Restrictions, terms, and exclusions may apply.

Access from AT&T

Xfinity Internet Essentials

Home Internet

Internet service providers (ISP) are available at standard consumer rates. Visit the website below to view available ISPs in your area.

Find Internet Providers by ZIP Code

Contact Us

For more information on the content of this page, please contact Communications at (209) 331-7010 or email