Resources for Parents

Local Advisory
The Local Advisory Council (LAC) provides vital information to parents of children with special needs in regards to individual education plan (IEP) as well as federal and state laws. It is a resource that helps parents and educators deliver the best and most appropriate services to the children in their care. For more information contact Denise DeBarros at debarrosd@cfschools.net or call (401) 727-6177



Parent Advisory
The Parent Advisory Council (PAC) empowers parents to become advocates and leaders within their children’s schools. It helps build a partnership between our schools and our families. For more information contact Denise DeBarros at debarrosd@cfschools.net or call (401) 727-6177



English Language
The English Language Advisory Council (ELAC) assists parents in understanding the ELL programs that are available to their child as well as their rights. We know that although ELL students come from diverse backgrounds. For more information contact Denise DeBarros at debarrosd@cfschools.net or call (401) 727-6177.
The English Language Advisory Council (ELAC) assists parents in understanding the ELL programs that are available to their child as well as their rights. We know that although ELL students come from diverse backgrounds. For more information contact Denise DeBarros at debarrosd@cfschools.net or call (401) 727-6177.

 

Home-School Liasons

Our home-school liaisons, who are bilingual, establish partnerships between our parents and our schools. They work in the schools and in the community, visiting families, translating documents, interpreting at meetings, and generally supporting the learning of students by facilitating communication between home and school.

 

Parent Toolkit

Parent Toolkit is a one-stop resource developed with parents in mind. It’s produced by NBC News Education Nation and supported by Pearson and includes information about almost every aspect of your child’s development, because they're all connected. Healthy, successful children can excel in many areas – in the classroom, on the court, and in their relationships with peers and adults. Our advice also covers important topics for navigating life after high school.


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