That consent, which has been a major hurdle in the past, would be sent on to Glendale Healthy Kids, according to district reports.
If the school board forges an agreement with the foundation, Glendale would be the first district in California to adopt such a plan.
Program workers would take applications for dental work over the phone in most languages and set-up temporary dental services throughout the year at various school sites, Trustee Mary Boger said.
Glendale Healthy Kids and the USC Mobile Dental Clinic already offer a four-day summer clinic at one of the district schools each year, Boger said, adding that the district has been aggressively developing programs that help students with issues they face away from school so they are better prepared to learn once they get there.
The rest of the year, Healthy Kids refers students who need follow-up work to Glendale dentists who have agreed to provide the services, she said.
A bipartisan group of legislators formed the Assembly Armenian American Legislative Caucus on Monday, which they hope will support and create legislation that benefits the state's 700,000 Armenian Americans.
Co-founders Dario Frommer, a Democrat who represents Burbank and Glendale, and Greg Aghazarian, a Republican who represents Stockton, hope the state Senate will soon recognize the bi-partisan group.
The Assembly also passed a resolution on Monday designating Sept. 21, 2006, as Armenian Independence Day.
The group is modeled after the 11-year-old Congressional Caucus on Armenian Issues, which is 159 members strong, he said. The caucus has pushed for American recognition of the Armenian Genocide and free-trade issues with the 15-year-old former Soviet state.
About 70,000 Armenian Americans — the largest concentration of Armenians outside of Armenia — live in Frommer's district.