Parent Academy provides free workshops to help parents and guardians learn about school system programs, community resources that link to student learning and well-being, tips to enhance at-home learning, and partnering with the school.
Parent Academy is coordinated by staff in the Division of Student, Family, and School Services in the Office of Student and Family Support and Engagement. For more information visit www.parentacademy.org or call 240-314-4860.
92 Number of Parent Academy workshops conducted in the 2016-2017 school year
1,372 Number of parents and guardians who participated in a Parent Academy workshop in the 2016-2017 school year
26 Number of Parent Academy workshops conducted in world languages
88 Parents/guardians utilized interpretation services
362 Children participated in child care
|Total number of workshops||92|
|Total number of parents/guardians who attended||1,372|
|Total number of parents/guardians who registered||2027|
|Percentage of registered parents/guardians who attended||67%|
|Number of parents/guardians who used interpretation services||88|
|Number of workshops conducted in other languages||26|
|Number of children served in childcare||362|
|Number of parents/guardians who completed an evaluation||961|
The data represent Parent Academy workshops conducted during school year 2016-2017.
The data represent Parent Academy workshop types organized during school year 2016-2017.
The data represent Parent Academy attendees who participated in Parent Academy Workshops during school year 2016-2017.
We are interested in knowing the diversity of the parents and guardians participating in Parent Workshops. The charts below identify race and ethnicity of the 67 percent of parents/guardians who completed the optional section on the workshop evaluation form.
Seventy percent of participants completed a workshop evaluation form. The feedback and suggestions are used to determine workshop topics and other program improvement.
The data represent the many different types of organizations that partner with the school system.
Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) is committed to enhancing the relationship between the school system and our community by providing opportunities for parents/guardians and community members to serve as volunteers.
205,999 TOTAL (120 Schools)
149,988 Elementary Schools (86)
28,907 Middle Schools (21)
26,058 High Schools (11)
1,046 Special Schools (2)
The data represent the number of parents, guardians, and volunteers who completed Child Abuse and Neglect training in 2016-2017.