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How can my Parent Liaison help me

  • Sometimes, parents may feel uncomfortable sharing their questions or concerns with teachers or administrators. Because good communication between home and school is such a vital part of your child's academic success, the Family Liaison will listen to your concerns and then work with you to make sure that your situation, questions, or point of view is expressed and understood. They will help support you if you need to find ways to resolve any issues that may be hindering your child's success in school. The Family Liaison wants to be sure that you understand what you can do to get involved, keep informed, share information, and help your child do his or her BEST.

     Your Family Liaison can connect you to important information including:

    • School schedule
    • SOL/PSAT/MAP/AP Testing
    • School Dress Code
    • Summer School
    • Contacting Teachers, Administrators and Counselors
    • School Expectations
    • Absentee Calls
    • Special Education Process
    • School rules/procedures
    • Homecoming/Prom
    • Fees

     Your Family Liaison can connect you to available resources/help including:

    • School Supplies

    • Athletic Programs

    • After-School Programs
    • Public Library Use
    • Medical Assistance/Glasses
    • LCPS Parent Resource Center

    Your Family Liaison can help you make a comfortable connection with the school:

    • PTA (membership and volunteering)
    • Calls/Home Visits and Transportation arrangements
    • Tours of School (anytime throughout year)
    • Arrange for an Interpreter
    • Set up and/or Attend Parent/Teacher Conferences
    • Volunteering in classroom and school
    • Back to School Nights/Special Events
    • Assist with school forms

     Your Family Liaison can connect you to support in crisis situations (emotional, physical, and academic):

    • Housing
    • Illness
    • Attendance/Tardiness
    • Food/Clothing
    • At Risk of Failing
    • Accidents
    • Bullying
    • Substance and Physical Abuse
    • Family Deaths
    • Behavioral Issues