• Being a parent is a journey full of peaks and valleys.  As a mother of two, I know how challenging it can be, at times, to do the best you can for your children.  The staff of Farmwell Station Middle School is devoted to your child's success.  Sometimes school expectation and procedures can seem confusing or daunting.  As your Parent Liaison I am dedicated to empowering you to become involved, stay informed and play an active role in your child's education and school experience.  The list below provides a glance at ways I can support you. 

     

    If you think I can be of help, you can call Farmwell Station Middle School at 571-252-2320.  I am at school on Mondays -10 AM to 2 PM, Wednesdays-1 PM to 4 PM and Fridays 11 AM to 3 PM.  If those times do not fit your needs, just give me a call to set up an appointment. You can also e-mail me at donna.lineburg@lcps.org.  Please know that our conversation will be confidential.

    As a Parent Liaison I can...

    Supply Information:
    • Answer questions you may have about school rules, procedures and regulations.
    • Take you on a tour of the school, highlight programs and explain resources for you and your child.
    • Discuss how you might become more involved with the school in ways that fit your needs and schedule.
    • Describe the numerous volunteer opportunities available.

    Facilitate School Conferences:
    • Visit you at home to discuss school-related issues.
    • Help arrange meetings between you and your child's teachers, the principal or other staff to discuss your concerns, share information and explore strategies.
    • Help you formulate questions and clarify your point of view.
    • Arrange for an interpreter if you are more comfortable communicating in a language other than English.
    • At your request, I can accompany you to a parent/teacher meeting or other important meetings to help explain information about your child and home situation.

    Foster Links to the Community:
    • Can identify and explore community resources to help you find where to go for special help.
    • Aid you in making appointments, accessing services and accompany you to meetings, if desired.
    • Help with physical needs such as food and clothing.
Last Modified on November 14, 2007