Family Engagement Programs
Families In Schools (FIS) develops culturally-relevant curricular programs from birth to college, designed to engage families in the education of their children. The programs are focused on critical issues that all parents and guardians should know in order to support learning and advocate for their children’s needs, ranging from quality early education, family literacy to college awareness and preparation. FIS can train staff on how to deliver the curricula or one of our certified facilitators can deliver the workshops virtually or at your site.
Our family literacy programs are currently under review. Please check back in the 2023-24 academic year for a status update.
Five week family literacy curriculum for parents of preschool and elementary school students. Each lesson helps parents support the literacy development of their child at home, as well as at school.READ MORE
READ with me
Engages families in early reading activities by providing a weekly supply of award-winning children's books into the home, through a rotating library. The program is complemented with lessons for family literacy workshops.READ MORE
Steps to success
Steps to Success - Middle School is a five week curriculum that engages parents/guardians of English learners in their children's academic achievement.READ MORE
Four week programs that enable parents to gain confidence in guiding and monitoring their child's educational and social development during important transitional stages so the child is prepared for, and ultimately successful in college.READ MORE
College Knowledge Academies
The "College Smarts" and "Money Smarts" programs provide interactive lessons focused on building parent/child communication, the importance of high school completion, higher education, financial literacy and college preparation.READ MORE