The Mill Creek School Family Program offers an additional layer of support for parents.
In-school family meetings are sometimes held to address student and parent concerns that negatively impact progress in school.
Transition meetings with the Guidance counselor, advisor, and social worker are offered to help students and their families make post high school choices appropriate for each student's level of progress in managing their life issues.
Family based activities can also be designed for difficult areas in which parents need help navigating.
Parent support group meetings are held monthly by members of the Emotional Support Team. The group is designed to educate and support parents and guardians about issues that directly impact their child's ability to be successful I an educational setting. The meetings are held to provide information on a range of relevant topics and are to be used as a space for parents to form a community with other Mill Creek parents. Topics are determined by parent interest and identified needs.
A number of topics can be covered in the meetings mostly under three categories: special education topics, mental health topics, and transition topics. Some of them include:
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