Family Resource Center
Degrees and Certifications:
Andre Thomas, coordinator
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The Kentucky Family Resource Centers are recognized as the nation's largest school-based family support initiative. These centers are designed to address the needs of children by developing partnerships with school, family, and community in order to support that all public school students reach their proficiency. The goal of the Family Resource Center is to meet the needs of all children and their families who reside in the community or neighborhood served by the school in which the center is located.
What We Do
- Full-time preschool child care for children two(2) and three (3) years of age.
- After school child care for children ages (4) through twelve (12), with the child care being full-time during the summer and other days when school is not in session.
- Families in Training, which consist of an integrated approach to home visits, group meeting and monitoring child development for new and expectant parents.
- Family literacy services as described in KRS 158.360 or a similar program designed to provide opportunities for parents and children to learn together and promote lifelong learning.
- Health services or referrals to health services, or both.
The Family Resource and Youth Services Centers’ program mission is to enhance students’ abilities to succeed in school by developing and sustaining partnership that produces
- Early learning and successful transition into school
- Academic achievement and well-being
- Graduation and transition into adult life
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