2015 Parental Involvement AwardsEight Connecticut parents from Bridgeport to Bloomfield received Parental Involvement Recognition Awards at the fourth annual ceremony at the State Capitol November 19. Read More!
2015 Directory of Summer Camps & ProgramsThis unique directory lists camps and programs for children with and without special needs, offering a range of both outdoor and indoor activities as well as opportunities for day and overnight camping experiences. Download Directory (pdf)
Connecting Faith, Families and Schools Conference- 2014
Connecticut has launched a campaign to reduce chronic absenteeism by keeping students "IN SCHOOL AND ENGAGED." It began with the fifth "Connecting Faith, Families & Schools for Student Success" conference, held October 23, 2014 at Wesleyan University. Check out the timeline of tweets and photos from the conference.
"It has given me the confidence I needed to make good decisions regarding parenting my children. Also I learned a lot about the benefits of reading to my child and providing a safe playing and learning environment." -Parent about CT PIRC
Educational Tip of the Month:
March, 2015: Find a special box and fill it with drawing and writing materials. Think of everyday opportunities for your child to write - the family shopping shopping list, thank-you notes, birthday cards or signs for the bedroom door.
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