LAWRENCE, NEW YORK (MARCH, 2022)—Lawrence School District recently announced its partnership with the Nassau County Board of Cooperative Educational Services (Nassau BOCES) in presenting the Family and Community Engagement Program (FCEP) to the Lawrence community. FCEP is a series of workshops focused on strengthening the relationship between schools, families, and the community and giving parents tools to better support the educational pursuits of their children. The goal of FCEP is to increase the academic performance and college and career readiness of students.
Nassau BOCES will host Family and Community workshops throughout the spring. The first workshop will consist of two sessions on the 7 Habits of Successful Families. Additional workshops include Family Engagement, Family Impact Journey, and How to Engage the Whole Child. The first workshop session, 7 Habits of Successful Families-Part 1 took place on Tuesday, March 22. The second session is scheduled for Tuesday, March 29 at 7:00 p.m.
The Family Engagement workshop offers two dates for participation: Monday, March 28, and Wednesday, April 27. The Family Impact Journey workshop will be offered on Tuesday, April 5, and Wednesday, April 6. The final workshop in the series, How to Engage the Whole Child, will be held on Thursday, May 19. All workshops start at 7:00 p.m.
Families of the Lawrence School District are encouraged to register for one or more of the FCEP workshops on the District’s website at www.lawrence.org under parent resources.
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Photo 1: Lawrence School District’s BOCES FCEP flyer