Parent Liaison Newsletter

Para información en Español llamen a Tania Muskett

By Tanya Muskett
Parent Liaison Newsletters
March 10, 2020

Tania Muskett

  • I speak:  English and Spanish
  • My phone number is:  703-541-3625
  • Days in the Office:  Tuesday & Thursday
  • My email address is:  @email

Parent Liaison Message

As your Parent Liaison I’m here to help get you the information and assistance you need to support your child at home and ensure your child’s success in school. I look forward to working with you! 

Como su Enlace Familiar les puedo ayudar a obtener la información y asistiencia que necesitan para apoyar a su hijo en casa y asegurar el buen desempeño de su hijo en la escuela. ¡Sera un placer trabajar juntos!

Para información en Español llamen a Tania Muskett

 

"March" into Resources

 

Edu-Futuro Adult Workshops

Topics include Health Care, Parenting Skills, Job Training, Resumes, and Financial Skills. Every 3rd Wednesday of the month from 6:00 – 8:00 pm.  Sign up at:  https://forms.gle/Hu8iYwhQnVaHdgEz5. Also check out the online calendar to learn about other programs at https://edu-futuro.org/news-events/#calendar.

 

Community Resources – Basic Needs

Do you need resources for food, shelter, clothing, healthcare, employment, transportation, financial assistance or other basic needs? In-house Coordinated Services Specialists are ready to assess your needs and connect you to available resources at local community centers in person, free of charge and in a confidential setting.  For more information and to meet with a specialist contact the following center or drop in at the following day/time:

Gum Springs Community Center

8100 Fordson Road, Alexandria, VA, 22306

703.360.6088, Tuesdays, 12pm – 5pm

 

For help in emergency situations (food, clothing, furniture, utility payments, transportation to medical appointments, housing and foreclosure info, etc.) call 703-222-0880

 

Apply for Pre-K and Early Head Start

 

FCPS PreK and Early Head Start programs provide a high-quality early learning experience for qualifying income-eligible children ages 6 weeks to 4 year.  Head Start has expanded its income guidelines and families are encouraged to apply now for pre-K:

https://www.fcps.edu/registration/early-childhood-prek/fecep-head-start-application

 

Digital Citizenship Series Part 1: What Technology Does My Child Need for Home and School?

Learn about technology expectations by grade level and what you can do to keep students safe while helping to manage the impact of technology use.  Friday, April 24, 2020 - 10 a.m.-noon. For more information, call 703-204-3941 or visit: https://www.fcps.edu/resources/family-engagement/parent-resource-center

 

Britepaths’ Workforce Development Program

Britepaths’ Workforce Development Program helps job seekers navigate the job search process and find meaningful employment. The program is designed to work with under- or un-employed men and women in an individualized and coordinated way to ensure that all of their workforce development needs are met. Must live in Fairfax County, have a high school diploma or GED, basic computer skills and regular access to email. Learn more or access a Workforce Development Program Referral and Application on the website at: https://britepaths.org/our-programs/workforce-development

 

FCPS Parent Information Phone Lines

Arabic     571-423-4952                      Chinese       571-423-4953                 Farsi 571-423-4954

Korean   571-423-4951                       Spanish       571-423-4950                 Urdu 571-423-4955

Vietnamese     571-423-4956             Amharic      571-423-4957