Sometimes students need extra support. When a child is at risk for academic failure, Learning Community Family Liaisons are a helpful resource to get students back on track for academic success.
They play a steady, support role in 16 high-poverty elementary schools in North and South Omaha. When challenges and family circumstances extend beyond the school building and traditional school day, specially trained family liaisons are on-site and on call.
Learning Community Family Liaisons work with families and schools to create a plan to help each child succeed. These plans often connect families with a community support network.
Learning Community Family Liaisons in our schools:
With family liaisons handling complicated student situations, school principals and teachers stay focused on the learning environment. Within three months, most students are on their way to success in school.
Lutheran Family Services
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