An estimated 10.2 million children participate in afterschool programs each year. Click the headline to learn more and to view photos of our own staff.
This week thanks our Board members for the leadership, encouragement and advocacy they provide to our school district. Click the headline for a list of our board members.
Dr. Nisha Patel has been selected to serve as the next superintendent of the School District of Clayton. The Board of Education voted unanimously to offer the position to Dr. Patel after a national search that drew 22 applicants from across the country. Click the headline to learn more.
The Family Center provides programs for families with children from infancy through high school. Positive parent-child, parent-teacher and child-child relationships are the core of a healthy and productive family. Its programs are designed to support the growth and development of children and their families.
The Family Center is a place where families — children and parents — grow together and learn together. The Family Center staff believes that information and support can strengthen parents' skills, competence and sense of self-worth. This combination of skill and confidence promotes children's growth and development and fosters healthy families, which in turn enhances the community as a whole. Through involvement in the Family Center, families build connections with other families and with the District as a whole.
Nationally recognized for its parenting education and early childhood education programs, the Family Center offers a wide range of learning opportunities, including parenting consultations, short-term counseling and early childhood special education. Family Center classes are held in environments that welcome, encourage and nurture friendships and communication.
Beyond the early years, the Family Center’s programs support a child’s smooth transition to kindergarten and continue to support the parenting process throughout the years of a child’s attendance in Clayton’s schools.
Welcome to the Family Center!
Let's Talk is an open invitation from the Special School District to tell us what's on your mind. Click the headline to learn more.
The at-home event will feature great prizes and community fun. Click the headline for more details.
Free parent workshops are available to help parents navigate the stress of COVID-19 with their children. Click the headline to register.