"When parents and teachers work together to establish a thriving classroom, the effect on their students is profound. Students with engaged parents don’t just have high test scores: their attendance, self-esteem, and graduation rate rise, too." - Waterford.org
Parent Coordinators facilitate Healing Circles where parents are committed to helping one another heal after unfortunate events, circumstances, and trauma.
The Latino Literacy Project offers proven, meaningful training and workshops for parent coordinators who will work with Latino parents and their children in building a regular family reading routines, enhance opportunities to improve language and vocabulary skills through quality bilingual books.
Loaves, Fishes & Computers (LCF) provides Spanish digital literacy skills to parents in SCESD schools with the highest concentration of low income, English learner and foster youth.
PARENT LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE
Our Parent Leadership Conference provides educational workshops for parents and families to increase program awareness and participation. Workshops range from school subjects like Math and Reading to community subjects like immigration, gang awareness, and so much more. (Coming August 2022)
Parenting Partners is a national parent leadership and skill-building program that provides parent engagement training. Parenting Partners trains four to six parents from each school site to facilitate the program. The two-day training certifies and trains each team member as a Parenting Partner instructor with the authority to facilitate workshops for parents at each school site.
PIQE: Parent Institute for Quality Education creates partnerships between parents, students, and educators to further students’ academic achievement.
Administered two times during the school year - Fall and Spring
The survey is designed to gather information and feedback directly from parents/guardians that can be used to foster positive learning and teaching environments, academic achievement, and parent involvement.
This program supports parents of troubled youth, ages 5-10.
Supports parents and youth ages 10-16 years. This program is focused on improving communication skills and problem solving between parents and youth.
An evidence- based series of workshops designed to promote positive father involvement and co-parenting through teamwork! The program will begin soon at Kammann, Loma Vista and Boronda Meadows School.
- Boronda DIAS
- Boronda Meadows
- El Gabilan
- Laurel Wood
- Loma Vista
- Los Padres
- Mission Park
- Monterey Park
- University Park
- Maribel Ahumada
- Ali Chavez
- Alejandra Espino
- Maribel Fregoso
- Patricia Garcia