Family engagement is a partnership recognizing the collaboration between family, school, and community to make sure every single student succeeds. The Family and Community Engagement Services Department supports all children’s academic, social, and emotional growth, nurtures trust, and advocates for all families and communities.
The University of Family Learning (UFL) is an opportunity for adult family members of current and future CCSD students to access valuable educational, networking, and parent leadership information and opportunities that will increase both family and student success. Parents are invited to participate in a variety of courses and workshops organized around the Superintendent’s Pledge of Achievement goals. Every UFL course or workshop offers contact hour credit. Parents who meet the yearly credit hour goal are recognized at an end of year Ceremony of Achievement.
The Title I Family Engagement Centers (FECs) provide families the opportunity to improve family capabilities. FECs establish and nurture relationships with one common goal—student achievement. FECs offer parents and families academic support, classes and workshops in a variety of topics, and access to community resources. The FECs are located at twelve elementary schools and are staffed with two Family Learning Advocates (FLAs).
A Community Resource Guide has been developed by the Family and Community Engagement Services Department to guide and support the families within our District and community. This guide is not intended to be a complete listing of all services provided. In addition, CCSD does not endorse the agencies listed within the guide.