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The Santa Clara County Office of Education (SCCOE) is committed to serving, inspiring, and promoting student and public school success.
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Parents have opportunities to deepen and refine their skills at a series of follow-up workshops offered by school districts.
The sessions help parents learn appropriate child development and effective discipline strategies, as well as understand their children’s unique learning needs. Parents will learn how to partner with their children’s school to support a healthy school climate, and they’ll practice academic support strategies that can help children learn at home.
Training modules allow parents the opportunity to continue to hone their ability to improve student achievement by addressing the academic, discipline, nutrition and safety needs of their children. Modules address specific topics and are targeted for various student age groups. Modules are also available in English and Spanish.
Parent Project Junior Training is a six-session workshop series for parents of Transitional Kindergarten - 5th grade students. Using a culturally sensitive manner, this interactive workshop series combines parenting strategies with Common Core Math and Literacy activities so that parents may understand how to lovingly parent and support their child's growth and learning.
Active Parenting Training is a six-session workshop series for parents of preadolescents and adolescents in 6th - 8th grades. Using a culturally sensitive manner, parents learn about the developmental needs of adolescents, effective communication, and other strategies they can use to help their teens develop into responsible and courageous adults.
For more information please contact Jaime Koo at email@example.com
The Parent Engagement Initiative and county school districts cohost three annual conferences, each focusing on a specific topic to help parents improve student outcomes. Each conference typically includes a keynote address and customized workshops offered in English or Spanish. The free conferences are held on Saturdays, and limited child care is available.