School district launches Parent Connections student support initiative


From staff reports 

Parents and guardians are invited to register for free, virtual Parent Connections evening workshops aimed at helping them support their students on a range of academic, school, and family-related topics. 

The goals of Parent Connections are to increase collaboration and engagement between schools, families, and community; to educate, empower, and connect families with resources that build parent and student confidence, and promote life skills to increase the likelihood of family success in academic endeavors. 

“These workshops are designed to be helpful to everyone,” Superintendent Frank Rodriguez said in a release. “Parent Connections will cover topics ranging from the college application process to tips on raising resilient children and opportunities for parental involvement in schools.” 

Parent Connections will hold two sessions with new topics quarterly. Parents will be provided login information once registered. Parents/guardians interested in participating in this month’s sessions should register by Monday, Oct. 25. 

The first virtual session for families with elementary students is at 6 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 26. The second virtual session is for families with middle and/or high school students, taking place at 6 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 27. Both sessions include topic options of math supports, good study habits, and 

To register for the Oct. 26 elementary session, visit https://tinyurl.com/bcsdpcelementary. 

To register for the Oct. 27 middle/high session, visit https://tinyurl.com/bcsdpcmiddlehigh. 

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