a New Visions Charter High School

Humanities III

Family School Alliance

Parent engagement is important to us at HUM3. There are many opportunities for families to be involved and to be a part of the decision-making.

PARENTS & FAMILIES ARE AN INTEGRAL PART OF OUR SCHOOL

At other schools, parents’ opinions often go unheard. Our PLC (Parent Leadership Cabinet) at New Visions Charter High School for the Humanities III hosts monthly meetings which serve several purposes including:

  • Building a stronger school community that is engaged with one another.
  • Improving communications: between school, home, various special interest groups.
  • Providing an opportunity to hear and be heard, thus creating a stronger connection between home and school.
  • Creating a welcoming family-friendly environment at school.

Families are one of the most important catalyst to reform and change. When given the opportunity, time, and shared knowledge families will engage in public policy, community change and creating equitable outcomes.

The Family Leadership Training Institute (FLTI) enables parents and families to become leading advocates for children. PLTI is offered to interested parents once a year, and teaches families who wish to improve the lifelong health, safety, and instruction of children how to become practiced change agents for the next generation.

The Family Leadership Training Institute is a free program seeking to enable parents to become leading advocates for children.

YOUR 20-WEEK FLTI EXPERIENCE WILL INCLUDE:

  • 1 All day retreat
  • 10 weeks exploring skills, voice, and civics
  • 10 weeks learning policy, and how to negotiate

BECOME A FAMILY LEADER TODAY!

CLASSES BEGIN JANUARY 8TH 2019
TUESDAYS
5:30PM - 8:30PM

MANDATORY ATTENDANCE AT RETREAT:
SATURDAY, JANUARY 5TH (ALL DAY) 

205 E 42ND ST. NEW YORK,NY, 4TH FLOOR

APPLY ONLINE
OR CALL 646-486-8140

“You will not regret this 20 week commitment! I learned how to use policies and procedures for effective transformation. Now I know what to do to make change in my community.” - Kathleen James

“I had three girls in high school and two of my girls had I.E.P.’s, I was very frustrated. Using the skills I learned in FLTI, I joined the F.S.O Leadership Cabinet and now I am working as the Community Engagement Assistant. My oldest child is completing her degree and my middle daughter graduated high school. Thank you for introducing this class to me and my family!” - Brandy Williams

“I am so proud and honored to be a part of FLTI family because the effects have trickled onto my children. My daughter has taken initiative through a leadership role with the Governor’s office in the recovery efforts of Puerto Rico.” - Carmen Rios

 

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