Parent Resources

  • Monthly Parenting Educational Groups

    by D'Veal Year Published:

    The Duarte School District has partnered with D'Veal Family and Youth Services to offer FREE educational, and empowering, and enjoyable monthly parenting groups for the parents of students that attend any of the DUSD schools.

     

    Please contact your school if you have any questions or for more inforamtion please call 626-660-5927. D'Veal Family and Youth Services.

     

    For Preschool Parents, these will take place in room 6 at the Andres Duarte preschool site from 8:30am-9:30am

    Please see the dates and topics below: 

     

     9/6 - Building Social & Emotional Skills in Young Children (defining what is SE skills, the importance of SE and tips on how parents can promote and teach SE skills)    Stephanie  

    10/4 - Supporting your Child's Healthy Development (stages of development, safe guarding and tips on promoting a child's healthy development, resources)    Jocelyne 

     

    11/15 - Tips on Reducing Stress in Parenthood (define stress, impact of stress on child and adult body, ways to reduce stress, how to respond to your child in stressful situations, Adult resources)     Ana 

     

    12/6 - Dealing with Challenging Behaviors (what is behavior, common triggers of challenging behaviors, positive parenting strategies)     Marlene 

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  • Parent Education Workshop Calendar

    by QSLA Year Published: 2017

    Click here to view the QSLA Parent Education Workshop Calendar

     

    QSLA uses the Strengthening Families Framework, to increase family strengths, enhance child development and reduce child abuse and neglect. This framework helps professionals who work with parents to build five protective factors that increase the overall well-being of children and families.

    Families thrive when protective factors are robust in their lives and communities. The following are the Five Protective Factors that are the foundation of the Strengthening Families Framework

    • Enhancing parental resilience
    • Providing an array of social connections
    • Providing parents concrete support in times of need
    • Facilitating knowledge of parenting and child development
    • Supporting healthy social & emotional development in young children
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  • Monthly School Menus

    School Lunch Menus

    by CD Year Published:

    Click here for School Menus

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  • Separation

    by Children's Home Society of California Year Published: 2001

    Separation: Easing the Transition From Home to Child Care

    Separation Brochure

    For more topics please visit Children's Home Society of California

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  • All About Young Children

    by California Department of Education Year Published: 2015-16

    Welcome to the All About Young Children website where you can find out about what skills help children learn, how they learn language, how they learn about feelings and relationships, how they learn about numbers, and how they become skillful at moving their bodies.  https://allaboutyoungchildren.org/

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  • Healthy and Active Prechoolers

    by California Department of Education Year Published: 2015-16

    Healthy and Active Preschoolers is a place to learn more about nutrition. Every day preschool directors, teachers, and family day care providers make decisions about what foods to offer young children based upon their knowledge of nutrition. Consequently, child care staff play a significant role in shaping the food habits of young children. Click here to visit the website: http://www.healthypreschoolers.com/ 

     

     

     

     

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  • Learn with Lakeshore Free Events

    by Lakeshore Learning Year Published: 2018-2019

    Lakeshore Stores have free Crafts for Kids on Saturdays, 11:00 AM-3:00 PM.

    Pasadena, CA  3848 E. Foothill Blvd. (626) 356-3848

    Click Here to visit website

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