Parent University

The Liverpool Central School District is a large and Logo for Parent University
dynamic school district, and it can be difficult for parents to learn about the academic programming, extracurricular activities and school-related issues that impact their children.

For this reason, the district is now offering Parent University, a series of free, short classes and workshops. Parent University is designed to inform parents and the community at large about issues that directly impact children attending Liverpool Central School District schools.

The goal of Parent University is to increase parent involvement in the schools and empower parents to raise children who are successful in school, and in life. The district will partner with community agencies and organizations to offer these courses that help equip families with new or additional skills, knowledge, resources and confidence.

Schedule for 2018-2019

Topic: Transitioning from Preschool to School Age Services
Date & Time: January (TBD)
Location: District Office Board Room (195 Blackberry Road)
Presenters: Special Education Department


Topic: Positivity Project
Date & Time: Monday, February 4, 7 to 8 p.m.
Location: LHS Annex Cafeteria, 4340 Wetzel Road
Presenter: Brett Woodcock

Topic: Understanding Diploma and Credentials Options for Students with Disabilities
Date & Time: Tuesday, February 13, 7 p.m.
Location: TBD
Presenter: Syracuse University Parent Asistance Center (SUPAC)

Topic: Report Cards
Date & Time: Wednesday, March 27, 7 p.m.
Location: District Office Board Room (195 Blackberry Road)
Presenters: Executive Director for Elementary Education Richard Chapman, Executive Director for Humanities and Middle Level Education Steven Garraffo, and the Executive Director for Math, Science and Technology (TBD) 

Topic: Student TED Talk
Date & Time: TBD - May

Topic: Summer Offerings/Summer Reading
Date & Time: TBD - June 

If you have a suggestion for a future Parent University workshop, please fill out the form below.