The HCPS Division of Family and Community Engagement — or FACE — is committed to building resource-rich school communities, bridging high impact collaborations and partnerships, and boosting transformative family engagement. As the “FACE” of HCPS we pride ourselves on genuine connections and relationships with our families.
Family and Community Engagement
Welcome to HCPS Family and Community Engagement
Strong families build strong communities.
Join us this summer for All-Together Tuesdays! Each week, Henrico County Public Schools’ Division of Family and Community Engagement will host an evening to connect with Henrico friends and neighbors from 5-7 p.m. Using your input, we’ve put together a fun series of summer experiences for everyone!
View the All-Together Tuesdays flyer more information.
Bridge Builders Academy
Henrico County Public Schools’ Bridge Builders Academy features virtual gatherings and discussions on a host of topics — many related to predominantly virtual learning. Our “Community Conversations” panel discussions about racial equity and change was a popular and powerful addition to the series. The Bridge Builders Academy is presented by HCPS’ Department of Family and Community Engagement and the HCPS Family and Educator Resource Center. Check out videos of past sessions at our Bridge Builders Academy page, where you’ll also find details about upcoming sessions. For more information about the Family And Educator Resource Center, visit the center’s webpage.
HCPS Rolling Resource Center
Since its debut in July 2017, our rolling resource center has provided students and families with books, “make-and-take” activities, information about exceptional education and other resources. Check back for updates about resource center appearances.
Community Learning Center hubs
Our Community Learning Center initiative leads to improved student learning, stronger families and healthier communities. Henrico County Public Schools has partnered with the Henrico Education Foundation to transform schools into hubs where children and families have onsite support from community partners at their disposal. CLC hubs provide an integrated focus on academics, health services, social services, youth and community development, and community engagement. The hubs provide a wealth of opportunities and resources to give students and parents the tools they need to learn and grow.
Our current CLC hub sites — Glen Lea and Ratcliffe elementary schools, and L. Douglas Wilder Middle School — offer personalized curricula that emphasize real-world learning and community problem-solving. What are some of the benefits of Community Learning Center hubs?
Students attend school more consistently.
Students succeed academically.
Students are actively involved in learning.
Families are increasingly involved with their children’s education.
Schools are engaged with families and communities.
Students live and learn in a safe, supportive and stable environment.
Communities prosper and become more desirable places to live.
1001 N. Laburnum Avenue
Henrico, Va. 23223
Adrienne Cole Johnson
Chief of Family and Community Engagement
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