Parent Resources


Tips to Help You and Your Children Deal with Sexual Abuse Disclosure

Youth Suicide Prevention

YMCA Before and After School Program - Grade K-4

Change Your Life, Change Your World: YFU Is Seeking Prospective Exchange Students and Host Families

Partnership for Learning


504 Eligibility

Section 504 Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (commonly referred to as “504”) guarantees certain rights to parents/guardians of students with disabilities. Farmington Public Schools attempts to identify students who may be eligible under Section 504 and inform parents/guardians of these rights.

By way of very brief summary, parents/guardians have the right to request that a student be evaluated for eligibility under Section 504. If a student is found eligible, a Section 504 Accommodation Plan is developed, with parental participation. The entire process is typically completed within thirty (30) school days.

Farmington Public Schools has developed a document titled Procedural Safeguards which explains the rights of parents/guardians under Section 504. The document is available on-line by following this link: A copy of the Procedural Safeguards may also be requested from any building principal. For further information, please contact: Child Find Department, (248) 785-2060 [ages 5 and under] Student’s Building Administrator [ages 6 and above]

For Child Find Information ages birth to 5, please follow this link ( or call (248) 426-4932.
For ages 6+ please contact your school building administrator.


"Bullying 101 for Parents" (Parent Forum held November 15, 2010 and January 19, 2011)


Government and Administration


Health and Wellness


"How to Raise a Writer" (Parent Forum Handouts - May 2009)


Parent Legislative Advocacy Network (PLAN)


Parent Teacher Association (PTA)


Nut Restricted Resources


Safe Schools and Communities


"Sex Education for Parents" (Forum held March 12, 2007)