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Parent Resource Centers

All parents of students who attend Madera Unified School District schools are welcome to take part in the Online Distance Learning Educational Programs offered through the Parent Resource Centers (PRCs). Resources and Virtual Classrooms are waiting for you!

Who We Are

The PRCs are designed to provide resources that will help parents with their children’s education and promote parent engagement, by encouraging parents to take an active role in their children’s academic and social-emotional pathway.

What We Do

PRCs support MUSD families by:

  • Developing resources for families to support their children’s learning at home
  • Providing opportunities for parents to become involved in their children’s education
  • Ensuring that families receive literacy training and resources to support their children’s academic achievement.

PRCs support the MUSD community by:

  • Networking with community organizations to support family engagement in education
  • Supporting early learning programs to promote school readiness
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DIRECTORIES

Introduction

The Community Resource Directory is intended for schools, students, families, community partners, and stakeholders. The Madera Unified School District (MUSD) celebrates a robust partnership with various federal and state agencies, local community agencies, faith-based organizations and a host of local resources and specialized service programs all working together to address community needs and make relevant connections to support services that help students and families stay engaged and successful.

The Community Resource Directory shall serve as a digital hub of resources stemming from cradle to adulthood. MUSD intends to update the directory monthly to keep the information current and to benefit our constituents with current resources they can easily access on a continuum.

The information contained in the Community Resource Directory has been gathered in partnership with the Community Action Partnership of Madera County, Inc. (CAPMC). The directory has been updated and edited with extreme care and is current as of the publishing date. However, changes in services may occur. We would appreciate your suggestions or comments. For additional information in reference to adding a new resource, or updating an existing resource please contact the Department of Community Services at 416-5842 or CAPMC at 673-9173. Updates will take place on the 5th day of each month.

How to find your resource

Please select the service category listed below and scroll down to see the results.

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Children with Disabilities (16)

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Children & Child Care Services (32)

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City of Madera (16)

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Community Action Partnership of Madera County, Inc. (21)

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Education & Continuation (29)

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Emergency Services (38)

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Food & Clothing Assistance (21)

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Health & Wellness (35)