Community Resources and Partners 

The Lansing School District shares a common vision of a community where refugees, immigrant and language minorities are welcomed and are able to integrate fully in society at all levels. Working collaboratively with area immigrant and refugee community resources, we share the same expectations to work toward providing services, promoting opportunities and building a network of relationships to make this a realization for our students and families. For a description of current programs in partnership with the community please see the Contents panel to the right.

 

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the Bilingual Department has partnered to offer afterschool tutoring, parent workshops and an
intensive summer camp focused on English language acquisition.
Summerplace Town Homes: as a residential complex housing many newcomer families,
Summerplace offers afterschool tutoring to many of our K-12 district students.

We are proud to be partners with

Adelante Magazine

Capitol Area District Library
please visit this site for a list of community ESL programs for adults

Confucius Institute- Michigan State University

Cristo Rey Community Center

Global Institute of Lansing

Julian Zamora Research Institute

Lansing Community College

Lutheran Social Services

Michigan State University, Center for Service Learning and Civic Engagement

Peckham Incorporated

Refugee Development Center
An educational nonprofit serving refugees and immigrants, the Bilingual Department has partnered to offer afterschool tutoring, parent workshops and an intensive summer camp focused on English language acquisition.

St. Vincent Catholic Charities Refugee Services

Summerplace Town Homes: as a residential complex housing many newcomer families,
Summerplace offers afterschool tutoring to many of our K-12 district students.