Parent Coordinators

Parent Coordinator Resources

 

 PA/PTA Elections

 Please remember to work with your principal to ensure that the School-Parent Leader Contact Information System is updated  for your school. PA/PTA officer names and contact information must be updated within the database. To successfully submit the online form, you will need to have a  hard copy of the completed  Election Certification Form for your school on hand. You can log in to the system using your DOE username and password.


 

Professional Development Workshops—July 8- August 20

Parent Coordinators are invited to attend a two-day professional development workshops throughout the summer on Trauma and Resiliency Facilitated by the Partnership with Children. The same workshops will be offered multiple times throughout the summer. 

ALL SESSIONS ARE FULL. 

August 5 & August 6 – Register here

August 12 & August 13 –Register here

August 19 & August 20 – Register here

 

School Community Resource Library

The resources in this virtual library help families, school staff and others stay informed and involved by explaining programs and policies in our schools. 

Parent Coordinator Activity Report (PCAR)

The PCAR is an online reporting system used to capture the daily work of Parent Coordinators based on five indicators reflected in the Mayor’s Management Report. 

To access the PCAR from an Administrative computer (a school computer that can not be accessed by students) click here.

To access the PCAR from outside of the DOE's network ( i.e.home or school's wireless network) click here.

Download the  PowerPoint with detailed instructions about the PCAR.

Parent Coordinator Planning Calendar

The 2013-2014 Parent Coordinator Planning Calendar is now available for download. This year's planning calendar now includes the dates for Parents as Partners Week, fall and spring Parent-Teacher Conferences, holidays, activity suggestions, as well as helpful reminders. Download the calendar and customize it to best suit the needs of your school community.         

New York Immigration Coalition's Parent Guide to College

“Your Children Can Go to College…Yes They Can!” was developed by the New York Immigration Coalition (NYIC) to help immigrant parents understand the college readiness process and begin to help their children prepare for college. The NYIC college guide provides immigrant parents an easy-to-read entry point. 
• The guide can be downloaded in Chinese, English, and Spanish
• Download a flyer on deferred action in Chinese, English, and Spanish
• A promotional flyer is also available in ChineseEnglish, and Spanish




NYC Parent Academy

A collaborative effort with Long Island University to enhance partnerships within school communities to support student achievement by strengthening parent involvement. Visit www.nycparentacademy.org for regular updates and information on sponsored workshops and events.


Parent-Teacher Conference Resources

Click here for tips and resources to support planning for parent teacher  conferences.

NYC College Line launches online

As a free, online community--available at NYCCollegeLine.org--NYC College Line will allow you, your students and families to get rapid responses to all of your NYC-college-related questions, from finding local programs, to admissions and application procedures, to tips on completing college successfully. Please share this information with your school communities and encourage parents and school leaders to visit NYC College Line. 



Free Education Classes for Parents

The Office of Adult of Continuing Education (OACE) provides literacy education services in sites across the city including public schools. To learn more about OACE and its program offerings, Parent Coordinators can direct interested parent to the OACE Overview Flyer. Find latest registration and orientation schedules here. If Parent Coordinators are interested in bringing OACE classes to their school, they can check out the PC Guidelines for Setting Up an OACE Site.

Parent Coordinator Resource Guide & Toolkit

As a parent coordinator you have a key role in ensuring that parents know they are key stakeholder of the school community. To foster your work in increasing parent involvement in your school, we are pleased to introduce the Parent Coordinator Resource Guide & Toolkit. This Toolkit is a collection of resources designed to support your efforts in engaging parents.

 

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Brochures: English, Spanish, Haitian-Creole, Chinese (simplified), Chinese (traditional), Italian & Korean
Posters: English & Spanish
Presentation: Got ID




Please remember to work with your principal to ensure that the School-Parent Leader Contact Information System is updated for your school. PA/PTA officer names and contact information must be updated within the database. To successfully submit the online form, you will need to have a hard copy of the completed PA/PTA Election Certification Form for your school on hand. You can log in to the system using your DOE username and password


Read Deputy Chancellor Corinne Rello-Anselmi, Division of Student with Disabilities and English Language Learners letter to all Parent Coordinators and review the valuable resources created to help your school communities with the implementation for the Special Education Reform.
 
 



To apply for a Parent Coordinator position in your area, visit Career Opportunities .


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