Links For Parents

Below are links to various resources, organizations and information that may be helpful to parents. These links are not sponsored, endorsed or sanctioned by the Sloan PTO, Sloan Elementary or Franklin Regional School District. Based on your needs or interests visit these links at your own discretion.

 

CHADD – (Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder) is the nation’s leading non-profit organization serving individuals with AD/HD and their families.

Cub Scout Pack 213 – Export PA

 

The Crafty Shack:  The Crafty Shack offers ceramics classes at Sloan as one of the PTO’s After School Programs

All Pro Dad:   “All Pro Dad’s Days is a school-based program that brings dads together with their kids at their child’s school. Dads gather monthly with their children and other dads to discuss topics relevant to school-age children and to take part in fun bonding activities. The dads leave with practical parenting tips they can take home and implement immediately and the kids leave with memories to last a lifetime. All Pro Dad is grateful and excited to be partnering with the National PTA to put All Pro Dad’s Days chapters in over 1,000 schools nationwide.”

Carnegie Science Center:  “The dynamic action in our science assembly programs includes audience participation, fun-filled demonstrations, and live experiments with creative props.”  The PTO brings Carnegie Science Center assemblies to Sloan.

Blackburn Center:  “Since 1976, Blackburn Center has been providing services to victims of domestic and sexual violence in Westmoreland County, and presenting education programs across this community. Our mission is to actively advocate for the rights of all people to live free from violence and oppression in their homes and communities, and provide supportive services to survivors of all forms of domestic violence and sexual assault. All of Blackburn Center’s client services are free and confidential.”

Pennsylvania Association for Gifted Education (PAGE):  “The Pennsylvania Association for Gifted Education (PAGE) is a nonprofit advocacy organization dedicated to helping gifted learners, parents and educators. The mission of PAGE is to advocate for mentally gifted children by working with parents, teachers, administrators, policy makers, and the community to meet the diverse needs of gifted learners.”



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