Welcome to Parent University
Parent University Mission
At Carteret Public Schools we believe parents and caregivers play a critical role in the development of work habits, character traits and academic achievement. Research shows that parents can increase their child’s success by being involved in their school and community. Supporting their learning, acting as models for lifelong learning and advocating, are all ways that families can ensure their child’s achievement.
Parent University is a program of course offerings and resources to help caregivers become full partners in their child’s education. Through a series of mini-workshops and our video library, parents will be empowered to serve as advocates for their children, while interacting and learning with other adults to reach their own personal growth.
Courses will be available through Live 30-minute Zoom sessions, and for busy parents who would like to go on at their own leisure, they can access recordings of the sessions or view the many brief 15-minute video clips we will offer in our video library.
The aim of Parent University is to help YOU, the parent, become the best version of yourself. Not only will you learn how to help your support your child, but you will also have a safe space where you can share your thoughts, find ways to relieve stress with the help of specialists, improve your health with exercise and nutritionists, or just try something new like painting or crafting. This program will allow you to engage with other parents, while learning and participating in enjoyable activities geared just for adults.
Join us…. as we work to help our entire school community be the best it could be.
Be a part of Carteret Schools Parent University.
Upcoming Parent Sessions
Video ListAuthor: Veronica Pitts and the Anti-Bullying SpecialistsLength: Video List
Supplimental Materials:Author: Lenore Minue and Melissa MohrLength:
A quick quide on 504 Accommodation PlansAuthor: MultipleLength:
Carteret Public Schools REACH Program is for 18-21 year old students wit hmultiple disabilities. This presentation discusses a brief overview of the program and what can be expected in the program.Author: Dorothy ConnollyLength:
Video took place on June 6, 2021 at 6PM and discusses The Path and the programs available as well as what children are dealing with this year and how parents can help.Author: Mrs Romero, Mrs Calin, Mrs PepeLength:
Webinar took place on 2/9/21. As our world today continues to move at such a quick pace and we are constantly being pulled away by the many distractions surrounding us, it can make us feel disconnected. Mindfulness offers us the opportunity to slow down, take a breath and check in with ourselves and those around us.Author: Danielle Conforti, Melissa JonesLength:
Webinar took place on 2/4/21 and discussed giving parents and caregivers tips, tools, and ideas for supporting students during Virtual and Hybrid learning. Content will include: ● How to keep students motivated and engaged ● How to setup and maintain a home learning environment ● What to do (and what not to do) when students struggle ● How to communicate needs to school staffAuthor: Meredith Alvaro, Melissa JonesLength:
Webinar took place on 2/2/21 and discussed the documentation needed in order to register your child for Pre-K. The webinar included a Q/A session which answered the questions of the participating parents.Author: Dr. Jones, Mrs. Rosa Diaz, Central Registration, Mrs. Androvich, and Mrs. MironovLength:
Quick overview of our new Parent University Site by our Assistant Superintendent Dr. Jones.Author: Dr. JonesLength:
This video will go over the Carteret Schools Information and resources for our parents as well as the first webinar titled "Helping Teens Cope with Anxiety during COVID-19" with Tanya Stockhammer, Ph.D.Author: Mrs. Patel, Director of School Counseling ServicesLength:
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