Parent Coordinators

Parent Coordinator Information

Schools Name Email

P.S. 7 Ana Perez

P.S. 13 Estena Turner P.S. 65 Gilda Bravo

P.S./I.S. 89 Arely Mayen

P.S. 108 Rafael Amadeo

P.S. 149 Donna White

P.S. 158 Emily Aulet

P.S. 159 Yvonne Ashley

I.S. 171 Zoraida Otero

P.S. 190 Stephen Santiago Jr

P.S. 202 Daisy Morales

P.S. 213 Pauline Forbes

P.S. 214 Zakir Uddin

J.H.S. 218 Tameeka Singleton

P.S. 224 Ronald Porter

P.S. 273 Tiffany Sheriod

P.S. 290 Leonor Roldan

I.S. 292 Juanita Jenkins

P.S. 306 Katrina Weston

The Fresh Creek School Ricardo Fortuney

19K328 Brandon Clarke

19K345 Kathy Rodriguez

P.S. 346 Breyana Deleon

M.S.364 J’kaira Collins

F.D.A. VIII Ladrecia Balfour

Brooklyn Gardens Nadine Atresino

Van Siclen Community School Stacy Hooper

Vista Academy Luana Orengo

Liberty Avenue Middle School Latoya Ramcharan

School of the Future Brooklyn Ebony Johnson

ENY Elementary School of Excellence Eric Wyche

ENY Middle School of Excellence Dawne Martin-Thomas

Highland Park Community School Taniesha Henderson

Legacy School of the Arts Timothy Victor

M.S. 935 N/A

P.S. 938 N/A

Parent Coordinators .......

1. Create a Welcoming School Environment for Parents Send a welcome letter to parents with your contact information and hours Post signs, displays and bulletin boards at the school entrance about how you can be reached Work with bilingual parents to assist in translation of outreach materials

2. Increase Parent Involvement in the School through Outreach Programming Create and distribute a school directory for parents Survey parents to determine information they need from school Host parent workshops and meetings on issues of interest to your community and assist outreach efforts of Parent/Teacher Association Develop ongoing relationships with community- and faith-based organizations to share information about the school and identify community resources Provide information and resources that can help parents to support their children’s learning at home

3. Support your School Principal in Addressing Parents’ Concerns Serve as the point of contact for parents Provide information to parents about NYCDOE supplemental services Work with the school staff, Regional/District and Central Parent staff to address and resolve specific parent concerns

4. Support Parents Association/PTA Assist in outreach for activities and to access needs of parents Provide assistance, as needed, to establish PTA by-laws, nominations and elections Attend PA/PTA meetings as an observer

School-Year 21-22 focus

D19 Parent Coordinators engaged in meaningful discussions surrounding the theme of this year, "Schools, Family, and Community Partnerships". For the 2021-22 school year, Parent Coordinators will focus on the shared responsibilities of Home to School, School to Home and Community Partnerships. Through our six areas of focus: Parenting, Communication, Volunteering, Learning at Home, Decision Making, and Collaborating school will continuously build relationships with families to support student achievement.