The Parent Liaison Program is a Loudoun County Public School program which began as a pilot in 1996-1997. The mission of the Parent Liaison Program is to empower parents by assisting with communication between school and home and positively influencing student achievement.
What is a Parent Liaison?
A Parent Liaison is a parent employed by the school to help parents get the information and support they need to help their children to be academically and socially successful in school.
What can the Parent Liaison do for me?
The Parent Liaison's primary role is to assist parents in taking an active role in their children(s) education by empowering parents to help their children by:
A Parent Liaison can:
If you, as a parent or guardian, have concerns about your student’s academic performance, are unclear of your role in the educational process, or require assistance with community resources, contact Tanya Bittenbender, the Parent Liaison for Rosa Lee Carter Elementary School. All contacts will be treated confidentially.
Who can request Parent Liaison Services?
The Parent Liaison's assistance may be requested by:
Special Help and Services
Your Parent Liaison can provide:
How can I contact the Parent Liaison?