LifeCubby is a parent engagement tool, providing a fast, interactive interface for teachers to communicate. It provides a platform for parents to send messages, view photos and videos, check in and out, view attendance reports, monthly event calendars, daily and weekly activity logs, track meals, view student assessments, and read newsletters. Each of our families utilizes the Lifecubby program. Upon enrollment, families are provided with instructions on how to create their account and access their child’s information from their own devices. To learn more visit their website!
The National Association for the Education of Young Children’s Family website provides families with a variety of resources to ensure their child(ren) are receiving the highest quality of early learning care and are supporting learning at home. Resources include topics such as preparing for kindergarten, healthy eating, socio-emotional support, engaging in play, communicating with teachers, and more.
The Florida Office of Early Learning provides information on the services available throughout the state for children ages birth to five. In addition, instructions on the Florida Voluntary Pre-kindergarten (VPK) program are also available.
The Family Central website provides parents of VPK eligible students information on how to register as well as resources specific to the VPK program.
The Early Learning Coalition of Palm Beach County provides ensures parents are provided with the necessary information in selecting the best early learning educational options for their children. http://www.elcpalmbeach.org/parents
The Children’s Services Council of Palm Beach County provides a plethora of information to families at all stages of early life. Information on developmental stages, early literacy, parenting, community events, and more are easily accessible.
Zero to Tree is a national, nonprofit organization that provides knowledge and know-how to nurture early development. Their mission is to ensure that all babies and toddlers have a strong start in life.
The National Association of School Psychologists’ Family Page provides a wealth of information for parents on a wide array of topics for children ranging from birth to adolescence. Topics include school readiness, behavior difficulties, and the home-school relationship.
Family Education is part of the Family Education Network, providing practical guidance, age-specific information about school experiences, strategies to get involved with their children's learning, email newsletters, and fun and entertaining family activities, recipes, and games.