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Grow together as a family!

About the Program

The Frisco ISD Student and Parent Empowerment Program is open to students in grades K-12 and their parents or guardians. The program meets one Saturday a month from 9 a.m. to noon at the Student Opportunity Center, 6928 Maple Street in Frisco.

Educators work with participants, local businesses, community organizations and volunteers to develop and plan each session. Each month features a new topic and presenter to enrich the lives of children and give parents a toolbox for helping their kids navigate their school years and beyond. Interactive exercises, real-life experiences and open dialogue are designed to improve family relationships, build communication and help participants become better parents and students.

Join us if you’re looking to:

  • Get your family on the right track

  • Teach your child important life lessons not covered in school

  • Learn about leadership, responsibility, success after graduation and more

  • Gain a deeper understanding of the roles and relationships in the family

  • Discover new ways to communicate and work together as a team

  • Discuss family expectations and decisions

  • Build trust and open lines of communication

  • Implement effective consequences

  • Set goals for the future

Please note: students and parents are required to participate in this program together. Topics and dates are subject to change.

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