• Parent Corner

    Who is Homeless? Guide to help us understand the legal definition of "homeless" under the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act.

    Parent Guide to Student Attendance | Easy tips to help ensure your children don't miss out on his/her educational opportunities. Please visit the Parent Guide to Student Attendance for more information.

    Transportation of Homeless Children and Youth  | Summarizes the key provisions related to the transportation of children and youth experiencing homelessness included in the McKinney-Vento Act.

    School Help for Homeless Children with Disabilities | Guide to assisting parents in navigating the special education process while experiencing homelessness: School Help for Homeless Children with Disabilities: Information for Parents.

    McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Dispute Resolution Process |The McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Assistance Act (Act) provides important protection and rights for homeless children and unaccompanied homeless youth.   

    Parent Resources | Find answers to the most asked questions from parents across the state. 

    Literacy Achieves serves everyone. You can learn English, discover community, get a job, support your family, talk with doctors, get your drivers license and build your future. All classes are free of charge.   

    Texas Assessment (STAAR)Learn more about your child's score. I need help understanding the STAAR Report Card. How can I help my child prepare for the test? And more!

    HEP Toolkit | Helpful information about local and district resources.

    Family Emergency Plan |  Make a plan today. Your family may not be together if a disaster strikes, so it is important to have a Family Emergency Plan.

    Tips for Finding Child Care for Parents | For specific information on your current location and resources available, please visit Exploring Day Care.

    Social and Emotional Learning Resources for Parents & Caregivers | SEL (Social Emotional Learning) builds the skills, knowledge, and attitudes that both students and adults need to be successful in school, work, and life.  They include things such as knowing and controlling your emotions, teamwork, understanding others, making positive choices, and resilience. Click HERE for more detailed information.

    Free research-based information, activities, and advice for parents! Please visit Colorín Colorado, a bilingual site helping children & parents become Good Readers & Successful Students!