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Parent Support

The Regional Parent Advisory Council (RPAC) is made up of one parent representative from each participating district. The RPAC meets at least six times per year to assist the Region in the planning, implementation, and evaluation of the Regional Application.

Parent Leadership Training

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4 parents working in pairs in workshop

Regional Parent Advisory Council (RPAC) Meeting Calendar

Date

Meeting

Topic

Location

Wednesday, 09/08/2021

RPAC Meeting

Agenda - English

Agenda - Español

Committee Meeting/Service Plan

Representative Reports

Zoom

Monday, 10/18/2021

RPAC Meeting

Agenda - English

Agenda - Español

Committee Meeting/Program Recommendation Rep Reports

Zoom

Monday, 11/08/2021

RPAC Meeting

Agenda - English

Agenda - Español

Meeting/Reports/Selection for Alumni/Honoree of the Year 

In-person

Thursday, 01/20/2022

RPAC Meeting

Agenda - English

Agenda - Español

Committee Meeting/

Representative Reports

Zoom

Wednesday, 02/23/2022

RPAC Meeting

Committee Meeting/Nominations

Representative Reports

TBA

 

Monday, 03/14/2022

RPAC Meeting

Committee Meeting/Elections

Representative Reports

TBA

 

Monday, 04/18/2022

RPAC Meeting

Committee Meeting/Regional Application

 

TBA

 

Summer 2022

RPAC Meeting

Topics TBA

TBA

 

Date TBD

Parent Leadership Academy (Training)

Leadership Training

TBA

 

Date TBD

Parent Leadership Academy (Training)

Leadership Training

TBA

 

Date TBD

Parent Leadership Academy (Training)

Leadership Training

TBA

 

RPAC Representatives 2022 - 2024

District Representative
Alisal Union School District Patricia Ruiz
Chualar Union School District Rebeca Sanchez
Gonzales Unified School District Crisanta Montejano
Greenfield Union School District Agustina Campos
King City Union School District David Andrade
North Monterey County Unified School District Reyna Aguilar
Salinas City Elementary School District Roberto Roque 
Salinas Union High School District Blanca Miranda (SPAC Representative)
San Ardo Union School District Maria Guadalupe Carballo
San Lucas Union School District Vacant
Santa Rita Union School District Rosa Maria Ramos Hernandez
Soledad Unified School District Lourdes Garcia
South Monterey County Joint Union HSD Maria Lucila Vargas Rodriguez

Parent Workshops

The parent workshops aim to develop awareness, knowledge, and capacity with Migrant parents regarding the U.S. educational system, programs, and community resources. The parent workshops increase the parents’ capacity to advocate for their children and have the strategies to be a teacher at home.

Migrant Parent State Conference and Regional Migrant Parent Conference

The California Department of Education hosts a biannual Migrant Parent State Conference in collaboration with the State Parent Advisory Council (SPAC). The State Conference serves between 750–1,000 migrant parents from throughout the state and provides learning opportunities through educational workshops and keynote speakers.

The Regional Parent Conference is held biannually (alternating with the State Conference) and is hosted by the Migrant Regional Office. This conference provides learning opportunities to more than 250 parents from throughout Monterey County in the areas of health, education, and social services. The conference is also an opportunity to highlight effective programs and motivate parents to be involved in the education of their children.

Parent Leadership Academy

The Parent Leadership Academy is a multi-day parent training that supports the Regional Parent Advisory Council members as well as other Migrant parent leaders from all districts in understanding their role and responsibility as a parent. The academy supports parents to enhance their leadership skills, and familiarize themselves with the program's goals and objectives. The academy builds capacity for parents to successfully and meaningfully interact with the school system. Parents have the opportunity to work together to gain the knowledge and skills to function in leadership roles and represent a “parent voice” to help the direction of their families, programs, and communities.

For more information regarding the Parent Involvement and Support Services please contact:
Alejandra Valadez-Garcia, Parent and Community Liaison.