Better for children. Better for all.
Our entire program is structured to help parents help their kids. In our English for Parents classes, instructors focus on the English that is most important to the parent's role in their child's education. When parents improve their English speaking ability, they gain confidence. That means building relationships with their child's teacher and connecting with their local school.
Most of our families now make regular trips to the public library, attend parent-teacher conferences and volunteer in their child's school. We like to see our parents get more involved and so do their children.
Knowing English helps parents become even more involved in their kids' learning.
• Building relationships with teachers
• Using the public library
• Reading together as a family
• Helping with homework
• Using computers to connect with schools
Parents at the Learning Community Center of South Omaha learn to cook healthy meals to fuel their kids' learning. The Cooking Matters class is provided by the Visiting Nurse Association. WATCH
Our latest program evaluations show that taxpayers are getting a strong return on their investment.
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Educational Navigators follow parents' progress and help them integrate new skills into everyday life.
Family setbacks can interfere with learning. That’s why family liaisons are specially trained to step in and help the whole family.
The former Omaha Public Library in South Omaha turns the page to a new story for families helping their children succeed in school. VIDEO