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RRVE FRC
 Family Resource Center (FRC)

Coordinator - Julie R. Rogers

Office: 606-662-8256

Fax: 606-662-8200

Hours: 9:00 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.

Extended hours available upon request

MISSION
The Red River Valley Family Resource Center's mission is to enhance students' abilities to succeed in school by developing and sustaining partnerships that promote:
·         Early learning and successful transition into school
·         Academic achievement and well-being
·         Graduation and transition into adult life

GOALS
The goal of the Red River Valley Family Resource Center is to meet the needs of all children and their families who reside in the community and neighborhood served by the school in which the center is located.

GUIDING PRINCIPLES
·         All children can learn and most at high levels
·         Creation of an atmosphere that empowers the child, youth and/or family to acquire competency is necessary to meet the needs and achieve the goals of attaining an education
·         An inter-agency focus shall be developed
·         Assuring community ownership is important

SERVICES
·         Parent and Child Education
·         Family Literacy services
·         Home Visits
·         Child Development Education
·         Transitioning Programs
·         Health services or referral to health services
·         Basic needs assistance/referrals
·         Educational Support and Student Enrichment
·         Adult Education referrals
·         Parent resource materials - Lending Library (books, videos, etc.)

ALL
services of the FamilyResourceCenter are available to any student attending Red River Valley  Elementary and their families regardless of race, religion, or income.   
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Parent Website Links:
 
This website focuses on babies and toddlers up to age three. Its parenting section includes articles on nutrition, brain development, child care, sleep, and more.
 
These are the websites to go to if you have a questions about your child’s health. They have articles about nutrition, fitness, general health, growth and development, and more.
 
Your favorite parenting magazines also have websites with articles, recipes, craft ideas, and more.
 
These websites have a little bit of everything – printables for the kids, recipes, parenting articles for all ages, a message board, and more.
 
 
These websites focus on specific discipline techniques. You can also find discipline articles on general parenting websites.
 
Parenting teenagers brings a whole new set of issues and questions. These websites have articles and advice on everything from communication and curfews to drug use and internet safety.
 
Student Website Links:
READING WEBSITES
 
MATH WEBSITES
SPELLING/WRITING
 
SCIENCE
SOCIAL STUDIES
 
OTHER EDUCATIONAL SITES