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School, Family, Community Partnerships

About School, Family, Community Partnerships

Family Engagement is any way that a child's adult caretaker (biological parents, foster parents, siblings, grandparents, etc.) effectively supports learning and healthy development. Families have a significant impact on their children's education and in the improvement of schools. When they are genuinely engaged, children acquire literacy faster, earn higher grades, enroll in higher level programs, attend school more regularly, have better social skills, and graduate and go on to higher education. The CREC Family Literacy programs focus on inter-generational instruction and support to increase the literacy of English Language Learning adults and their children.

2016-2017 Cayen FRC Webinars

January - Reviewing PAT Data Watch Video View Slides
October - PAT/FIT Watch Video View Slides

2015-2016 Cayen FRC Webinars

May - Cayen Updates Watch Video View Slides
March - PAT Reporting Updates Watch Video View Slides
January - Mid-year Review Watch Video View Slides
November - FRC Reports View Slides
October – System Updates Watch Video View Slides
August – Starting the Year Off Right Watch Video View Slides

2014-2015 Cayen FRC Webinars

June – Closing out 2014-2015 & New Term Instructions Watch Video View Slides
May – Data Review Protocol: Phase II Watch Video View Slides
April – Cayen Updates & PAT Updates/End of Year Reporting Watch Video View Slides
March - Reviewing Your Data View Slides
January - School Age Child Care & OOST Activities Watch Video View Slides
November - ECE & Pre-K Watch Video View Slides
October - PAT & FIT Watch Video View Slides

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