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Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA): What EBRPSS Parents & Family Members Need to Know

Parent, Family and Community Engagement includes several different forms of participation in education and working with our schools. Parents can support their children’s schooling by attending school functions and responding to school obligations (parent-teacher conferences, for example). Parents can become more involved in helping their children improve their schoolwork by providing encouragement, arranging for appropriate study time and space, modeling desired behavior (such as reading for pleasure), monitoring homework, and actively tutoring their children at home.
 

Outside the home, parents can serve as advocates for the school. They can volunteer to help out with school activities or work in the classroom. Or they can take an active role in the governance and decision making necessary for planning, developing, and providing an education for the community’s children. Parents are a child’s first teacher.

District Parent, Family and Community Engagement Policy:

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COMMUNITY RESOURCES FOR PARENTS:


ACADEMIC DISTINCTION FUND

8550 United Plaza Blvd. Suite 301
Baton Rouge, LA 70809
(225)922.4560 office
(225)922.4562 fax
http://www.adfbr.org/
 

FAMILIES HELPING FAMILIES OF GBR

 
2356 Druscilla Lane
Baton Rouge, LA 70809
(225)216.7474 office
(225)216.7977 fax
http://www.fhfgbr.org/
Jamie Tindle, Executive Director
jamietindle@fhfgbr.org
 

FAMILY ROAD OF GBR

323 E. Airport Avenue
Baton Rouge, LA 70806
(225)201.8888 office
http://www.familyroadgbr.org/
Dena Morrison, Executive Director
 

FAMILY SERVICES OF GBR

4727 Revere Avenue
Baton Rouge, LA 70808
(225)927.9810 office
(225)924.7175 fax
http://www.fsgbr.org/
Rene Taylor, Executive Director
rtaylor@fsgbr.org

Home Instruction Program for Preschool Youngsters (HIPPY)

Delmont PK-K Center
5300 Douglas Avenue
Baton Rouge, LA 70805
225.356.1221 or 355.2106 office
225.338.9371 or 359.6515 fax
http://www.hippyusa.org/
Bernadette Joiner, Coordinator
bjoiner@ebrschools.org


RESOURCES FOR SCHOOLS:

HOW TO ESTABLISH A PTO:

PRESENTATIONS FOR STAFF DEVELOPMENT:

 

CONTACT INFORMATION:
Dayvetta Ferchaud, Coordinator of Title I
East Baton Rouge Parish School System
Instructional Resource Center
1022 S. Foster Drive
Baton Rouge, LA 70806
(225)922.5587
dferchaud@ebrschools.org