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School Year Programs

Family Literacy Initiative 

HPN Family Literacy Leaders invite all parents of Park Elementary and Harder Elementary students to the Parent Centers to learn more about the benefits of reading aloud to their child.  We have great books for you to check out and activities to help you build your child’s vocabulary, help them grow a deeper understanding of what they read, and make connections to their community and the world around them. 

 

Family Reading Fun Packs are available at Park Elementary and Harder Elementary Parent Centers.  Stop by to check out a Family Reading Fun Pack and learn new ways to make reading even more fun!  For more information, click on the Family Reading Fun Pack tab on the left. 

 


 

Parent Centers

The Parent Centers at HPN target schools accommodate parent gatherings and support parent outreach strategies. A host of parent workshops are provided in addition to one-on-one support for families that may need assistance with referrals and services. There are also parent leadership and volunteer opportunities available. Please feel free to stop by your school's Parent Center to meet with staff and learn of the numerous opportunities and services that are available to you.

 

Harder Elementary, Claudia Cartagena

 

Park Elementary, Maria Reyes 

 

Chavez Middle, Thelma Umana

 

Winton Middle, Karina Gutierrez

 

Hayward High, Franklin Phillips 

 

Tennyson High, Angelica Mora

 


Parent Project and Loving Solutions

Parent Project® guides parent guardians through identifying concrete solutions to support their teen children with growing up healthy and successful. Parent guardians learn and practice tools for parenting strong-willed teens, encouraging positive choices, and redirecting negative choices. With the support of a trained facilitator, parent guardians support one another in an engaging and inclusive model through topics such as:

  • Positive school outcomes
  • Reduce/eliminate arguing and conflict in the home
  • Understand why teens think and do what they do
  • Prevent/eliminate unhealthy behaviors such as drug and alcohol use
  • Set expectations around friendships, dating, and early intimate relationships
  • Create a loving and structured family life
  • Learn how to "out-will" a strong-willed teen
  • Internet, music, and media influences
  • And so much more!

Loving Solutions guides parent guardians through identifying concrete solutions to support young children with growing up healthy and successful. Parent guardians learn tools for parenting strong-willed children, encouraging positive choices, and redirecting negative choices. With the support of a trained facilitator, parent guardians support one another in an engaging and inclusive model through topics such as:

  • Positive school outcomes
  • Influence vs. control
  • Family values and standards
  • Negotiating a compromise
  • Natural consequences
  • Sibling rivalry
  • Dealing with emotional responses
  • Parents as educators
  • And much more!

For more information, click on the Parent Project and Loving Solutions tab on the left.