Resources and Tips for Families to Learn at Home

Resources to support families and student success

We want all families to have the resources and tools to support their children’s success. Below you will find a list of compiled resources, including free user-friendly digital services to learn at home. We hope that you find what you need. If you need any support please contact Jessica Torres, Community Engagement Coordinator, at

Research shows that all students experience summer learning loss, which means that students fall behind during the summer. To help students catch up, and continue to learn at home during the summer we have compiled a list of Summer Learning resources that are free for children and youth ages 0-18.


Children and youth need a safe, supportive atmosphere in which they can learn. Parents and guardians play a critical role in creating an inclusive environment by learning more, supporting, and advocating for a welcoming environment in schools, their home, and communities. FIS has compiled a list of LGBT+ resources to learn more and support students.


Families In Schools stands resolutely in solidarity with our black communities and with any marginalized group that is willfully discriminated against and attacked. Please keep this conversation going, review the list of resources on race and racism to engage in racial justice issues with your family, and consider donating or getting involved in other ways. Scroll down for the list of resources.


With over 20 years of experience in family engagement, Families In Schools has compiled blogs filled with tips to support your student’s learning at home. From setting a schedule to supporting children’s literacy, health, and wellness, Families In Schools has compiled a wealth of knowledge to help your student’s academic success.


COVID-19 has affected all of our communities but has especially affected our most vulnerable children. Families In Schools has compiled a list of webinars, groups, and resources to help families navigate these new changes in school and in the home specifically to support families with special needs.


Research shows that helping students create a flexible structure around learning is not a bad idea. In the Keep Learning page, you will find a list of free resources to support student learning at home.