Be A Learning Hero
Be A Learning Hero provides tools and resources to help parents navigate the changes happening in classrooms across the country so they can help their children be successful in school.
Common Core Resources for Parents
From The Council of Great City Schools. The Parent Roadmaps provide the focus areas for each grade level in mathematics, reading, writing, listening, and speaking. They also offer tips for working with your child's teachers and ideas for how you can use everyday opportunities to help your child learn even more.
Manchester Township Educational Foundation
The Manchester Township Educational Foundation is a non-profit charitable organization with a long-term mission to improve the quality of educational experiences for all students in the Manchester Twp. Public School District.
Manchester Twp Municipal Alliance
We are an alliance of the township, police department, schools and township residents. Our goal is alcoholism and drug abuse prevention through awareness and education. We sponsor Project Graduation for the high school.
MTHS Booster Club
This parent/community organization supports athletic programs at MTHS.
National PTA Parent Resources
The National PTA's parent pages contain resources in including the PTA magazine, parent guides and videos, a special education toolkit, and more.
NJ Family Care Affordable Health Insurance
NJ FamilyCare is a federal and state funded health insurance program created to help New Jersey's uninsured children and certain low-income parents and guardians to have affordable health coverage.
NJ School Boards Assoc. Parent Connections
Parent Connections will serve as a resource to parents so that they can be better informed on educational policy debates such as school funding, testing, school choice and others. Parent Connections will serve as a resource explaining "who does what" in public education.
Parent Toolkit: Social and Emotional Development
Research shows that those with higher social-emotional skills have better attention skills and fewer learning problems, and are generally more successful in academic and workplace settings. Like any math or English skills, these skills can be taught and grow over time.
Parents/guardians of children 3 to 5 years of age who suspect their child may have a handicapping condition may request a meeting, and if appropriate, an evaluation to determine their child’s eligibility for preschool special education programming.
The Smart Talk.org
The Smart Talk is an online tool designed to help parents empower their children to become smart digital citizens in an increasingly connected world. Create your own online device agreement.