Our program supports families in improving their quality of life. We offer them a sense of belonging, support services, and a chance to be involved in activities to help the whole family. Parents take part in training classes on subjects such as parenting, job skills, health and nutrition, and free community resources. We offer assistance to parents interested in obtaining a GED, learning to speak English, or read. Families receive help with special problems such as drug or alcohol abuse, job loss or other family crisis. We refer families for help with medical, social welfare, or employment. Our families have a voice in our program through various committees or on the Policy Council, our parent and community shared decision-making body.
Connect to Kindergarten
Connect to Kindergarten is a great opportunity for you and your child to learn about your school and its kindergarten program. Schools hold Connect to Kindergarten events in the winter and spring to introduce families to their new school. At the event you’ll tour the school, meet the staff, learn about the curriculum and register your child for school.