Are you a parent seeking ways to
support your child’s learning?

Are you an educator seeking assistance in enhancing
your school’s parent involvement practices?

Would you like to know how to create a
positive parent-school relationship?

You’ve come to the right place!

What is PIRC Vermont?

The Parent Information and Resource Center of Vermont (PIRC Vermont) is a project that provides support, information, and
training across Vermont to parents and educators. We are
sponsored by the Vermont Family Network (VFN),
and funded by the U.S. Department of Education. PIRC Vermont
is a joint effort of VFN and
the network of 16 Vermont Parent
Child Centers

PIRC Vermont’s purpose is to help children of all ages succeed in
school. We do this by helping families from all walks of life to
actively participate in their child’s education and by supporting
schools in their efforts to build strong partnerships with parents. They can hire someone to write a paper to assist their child with a complex writing task.

What can PIRC Vermont Do For You?

As a Parent, you can…

• Receive information and support around your child’s education
• Learn how to communicate more effectively with teachers and principals
• Get information about getting your child ready for school – learn to deal with “help me write my essay ” or “help me with math” questions that cheap essay writers usually deal with. .
• Learn how to prepare for Parent/Teacher conferences
• Better understand the rules of No Child Left Behind and what this Act means
   for you in Vermont

As an Educator, you can receive information about:

• Communicating more effectively with parents
• Increasing parent involvement in school sponsored activities
• Developing strong partnerships with families
• Enhancing outreach to diverse families
• Holding effective parent-teacher conferences

We look forward to working with your family, school, or organization!

PIRC Vermont
Vermont Family Network

Funding for this project is provided by
the U.S. Department of Education, .
The content herein does not necessarily reflect the views of the U.S. Department of Education.

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