Kentfield School District

October 17th, 2022

KSD News

KSD Highlights

Dear KSD Community,

The brisk mornings and bustling activities at Bacich and Kent are clear signs that we are in the rhythm of the school year. It is a wonderful time of year, where classes are no longer new, and students and staff are leaning into the curriculum and building upon the new skills that were introduced at the beginning of school. It is a joy to see the many “aha” moments during this period of the school year.

Last week we had our first Education Showcase for the 2022-23 school year at our Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees. Our 3rd Grade Curriculum Chairs and several 3rd grade students offered a glimpse into how teachers are teaching key math concepts in multiple modalities, making the learning accessible to all students. On Friday afternoon, the KSD Board of Trustees shared this letter addressing our school district’s finances. The message emphasized the importance of the district’s fiscal solvency, as without it we would not be able to offer our students and school community the rich educational environment we are accustomed to receiving. As the year proceeds we will continue to offer updates on our KSD Budget while leveraging the expertise of the KSD Finance Committee. Through working together to analyze our District budget we will provide advice on adjustments that may strengthen the KSD fiscal landscape. Stay tuned for ongoing communication and updates on how our financial planning is evolving.


Superintendent Signature

Raquel Rose

District Announcements

Green Halloween costume SWAP!

Want to be a little more green this Halloween and get the perfect costume? We are hosting a costume SWAP at Kent!

  • Drop off donations this week through Friday, October 21 in Bacich Room 6 or Kent Room 14
  • Swap: Saturday, October 22, 12-2 p.m., Kent Lunch Plaza

View flyer

As many may be aware, our next regular election is on Tuesday, November 8, 2022. The KSD will not have a contested election for the open Board of Trustee seats, instead we will welcome Trustee-elects: Cari Irwin, Benny Joseph, and Silver McDonald. Our Trustee-elects are actively engaging in the full scope of their anticipated role in order to fully accept their new position at the December Board Reorganization meeting. Highlights regarding our Trustee-elects will be forthcoming.

2022-2023 District Calendar

Tuesday, October 18, 2022

  • Bacich Picture Day Make Up
  • Finance Committee, 4-5 p.m.
  • Cross Country Meet at China Camp - Miwok Meadows, 4 p.m.
  • 7th Grade Volleyball vs. Miller Creek, 4:45-5:45 p.m.

Wednesday, October 19, 2022

  • Parents in Action, 8:30-10:30 a.m., Bacich Room 7
  • Kent ELAC meeting, 4:45-6 p.m., Kent Library

Thursday, October 20, 2022

  • Flag Football at Davidson, 4-5 p.m.
  • 8th Grade Volleyball at Mill Valley, 4:45-5:45 p.m.

Sunday, October 23, 2022

Monday, October 24, 2022

  • Flag Football vs Mark Day, 4-5 p.m.
  • 6th Grade Volleyball Game at Ross, 4:30-5:30 p.m.
  • 7th Grade Volleyball at Mill Valley, 4:45-5:45 p.m.

Tuesday, October 25, 2022

  • 7th Grade Volleyball at Ross, 4:45-5:45 p.m.

Wednesday, October 26, 2022

  • Parents in Action, 8:30-10:30 a.m., Bacich Room 7

Friday, October 28, 2022

  • Kent Principal Coffee, 8:45-10 a.m. Library

Saturday, October 29, 2022

Next KSD School Board Meeting is on Tuesday, November 8, 2022 at 5 p.m.

Here is a link to where you can find the agenda once posted. Access to the meeting will be via in person or audio.

School Board Information: video recordings of meetings, community letters, minutes, trustee contacts

*Please note beginning in October 2022 the KSD Board Meetings will no longer offer a Zoom option. We will record an audio of the meeting, which will be available to the public for six months following the gathering.

KSD Board/District Committees

  • Finance Committee meeting, October 18, 4-5 p.m.
  • DELAC meeting, November 1, 5-6 p.m.
  • Governance Workshop - New/Tenured Trustee Orientation, November 15, 5-7 p.m.
  • Communication Committee meeting, November 16, 4-5 p.m.
  • LCAP Strategic Plan advisory meeting, November 28, 4-5 p.m.
  • Equity and Inclusion Committee meeting, November 29, 4-5 p.m.

If you are interested in joining a District Committee, please submit your name here.

Public Health Updates: Opioid/Drug Abuse, COVID, and Monkeypox

Opioid and substance use prevention resources for parents, educators, caregivers, and youth-serving individuals

Adult role models have an essential role on the growth and development of youth. They help guide youth to make healthy and informed decisions. Positive role models are protective social factors that promote youth health and well-being, and may reduce the risk of youth substance use, including high-risk substance use.

This website offers a list of resources to support adult role models communicate with youth about the risks of opioid and other substance use.

Updated COVID School Policy and Guidance as of 10/7/22:

The CDC COVID-19 Community Level is Low (case rates and hospitalizations). MCPH recommends persons to wear a mask based on personal preference, informed by personal level of risk.

On 10/4/22, Isolation and Quarantine guidance was updated with the following recommendations for students and staff who have tested positive for COVID-19:

  • Isolation can end and students may return to school on day 6 if fever-free for 24 hours without the use of medication AND symptoms are resolving.
  • Students with resolving symptoms are not advised to test again and should wear a mask from day 6-10.
  • A negative test should not be required to return to school/care unless the child/student is unable to mask until day 11 due to age or developmental/medical concerns.
  • A negative test should be required in order to participate in sports for which masking is not recommended (water polo, swimming, wrestling, competitive cheer) on days 6-10.
  • Staff must show a negative test from day 6-10 in order to return to work and remain masked until day 11 per CalOSHA regulations. (See Table 1 for more information about requirements for staff).

Language from our travel guidance has been updated to align with CDC guidance. MCPH is still recommending that all students and staff test 5 days after returning home from travel.

COVID-19 Guidance for K-12 Schools was updated to reflect extension of the COVID-19 supplemental paid sick leave through December 31, 2022, through passage of Assembly Bill 152.


CDPH released MPX guidance for child care facilities and schools. MPX transmission among the general public and children remains low and to date, CDPH has not received any reports of MPX spread in these settings. The guidance notes that schools and child care facilities should follow their everyday operational guidance to reduce the transmission of infectious diseases and contact their local health department in the event of any concern for MPX exposure.

Bacich Bears News

Maria Martin

Dear Bacich Community,

In four short weeks, we will be hosting Fall Parent Teacher Conferences. Teachers come prepared with academic data gathered from informal observations as well as formal assessments. Teachers use both formative and summative assessments as tools to guide instruction and provide feedback to students and parents.

The goal of formative assessments is to provide ongoing feedback that teachers use to inform instruction. Formative assessments are used to help identify what students know and understand about a topic or skill while they are still in the process of learning it. Teachers are able to adjust instruction based on where students are in the process of learning the targeted skills. Formative assessments also help students identify areas of strength and areas that they need to work on.

The goal of summative assessment is to evaluate student learning at the end of an instructional unit by comparing it against a standard or benchmark. Summative assessments include Eureka Math end of Module assessments. End of unit narrative, informational, and opinion writing assessments are also examples of summative assessments.

In addition to assessments that are tied to the curriculum units of study in class, we administer the MAP Growth Assessment in second through fourth grade two times a year. The results of the assessment provide information about student learning and enable educators to make data-informed decisions about curriculum and instruction. Using MAP Growth as part of a comprehensive and balanced assessment plan, teachers can confidently tailor instruction to challenge every student, whether they are below, at, or above grade level. MAP Growth student reports also present realistic learning goals by subject areas so that, through a teacher’s guidance, students can individually see their progress and be inspired to take charge of their own learning.

Last week our fourth grade students took the MAP Growth assessment and this next week our third graders will complete the assessment. Our second graders will complete MAP Growth closer to the December winter break. Results from the fall MAP Growth assessments for third and fourth graders will be available in Aeries in mid-November. For more information about MAP Growth please see this Family Guide to MAP Growth.

If you have any questions about MAP Growth or other assessments administered at Bacich, please feel free to reach out to me!

With gratitude,

Maria Martin
Bacich Principal

Bacich Highlights
Bacich Art

Please read the Bacich Art Blog for the latest blog post featuring the following themes and art projects:

  • Community Building in the Art Room
  • Sketchbooks
  • Hispanic Heritage Month

Halloween/Fall Parade – October 31, 2022

This year our annual parade will be rebranded as a Halloween/Fall parade. The parade will start at 8:45 a.m. by the kindergarten parking lot and be led by our local fire department. Students have the option of wearing a costume or fall colors to school that day, but this is not mandatory. Participation in the parade is also optional and we will offer fall craft activities in the library during the parade. Students may choose either the parade or the fall craft activities. Thank you to the PTA for organizing the parade!

Since this is a school day with academic lessons, it is important that all students attend school, regardless of participation in the parade. It is also important that if your student wears a costume to school, that it be appropriate for school activities such as PE and recess. Scary, violent costumes and weapons are prohibited.

Classes will also host a Fall Party with special crafts and fall themed activities. Please refer to teacher newsletters and room parent communications for more information about the class Fall Party. All are welcome to attend. One benefit of class parties is to help build a sense of community among students, parents, and teachers. We hope you will be able to join your child’s Fall Party.

Parents are Invited to Wednesday Assemblies

We gather every Wednesday morning from 8:20-8:50 a.m. three times a month our assemblies are Bacich In-Motion assemblies and once a month they are Character Counts assemblies. We gather outside on the blacktop for these assemblies, weather permitting. Parents may join us by standing or sitting to the side or behind our student body. Please note that you will not be able to sit with your child. Students will need to remain with their class in their assigned space. Students must go to class first thing in the morning for attendance and walk to the assembly with their class. When we move our assemblies inside the Community Center due to weather, we will not be able to accommodate parent guests.

Bacich Library

Bacich Library October 2022

Check out Bacich Library Book Buzz October blog for information about how the library continues to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, discusses Rosh Hashanah and Diwali. Come in and check out books for Halloween!

Lear more about the library and search for books:

Susan Warnick
Bacich Librarian

Upcoming Bacich Events

2022-2023 Bacich Bell Schedule

Tuesday, October 18: Bacich Picture Day Make Up

Saturday, October 23: 2nd Grade Social hosted by KIK and KSPTA, 3-5 p.m., Bacich Blacktop

Saturday, October 29: 3rd Grade hosted by KIK and KSPTA, 11 a.m.- 1 p.m., Hal Brown Park

Wednesday, November 2: Bacich ELAC meeting, 8:30-9:30 a.m.

November 7: Bacich Site Council meeting, 3-4 p.m.

Monday, November 28: Bacich Principal Chat, 8:30-9:30 a.m., IDEA Studio

Kent Falcons News

Kent Principal Grant Althouse

Greetings Kent Middle School Families,

All School Read – We started our 2022 All School Read this morning after recess, when advisory groups came together to begin our reading of Rolling Warrior: The Incredible, Sometimes Awkward, True Story of a Rebel Girl on Wheels Who Helped Sparked A Revolution. Over the next eight school days we will meet together daily to share in the reading of Rolling Warrior, leading up to our visit with author and ability rights activist Judy Heumann on Friday, October 28. For students and families who have an interest to further investigate events, places, people, and philosophies around the ability rights movement, please feel free to access our Kent 2022 All School Read Extension and Read-Alike activities, with over 70 additional titles, videos, and podcasts to further yours and your child’s education on this important topic.

Thank you to the students and families who were able to attend our Crip Camp movie screening last Friday. Thanks to your generous donations, we were able to raise a portion of the funds needed to support our author visit with Judy Heumann on October 28!

Halloween – On Monday, October 31 we will hold a Halloween Parade at Kent, for students and staff who participate in this fall tradition. Our parade this year will return to the gym during an extended Monday recess on October 31, and students are invited to participate by parading with peers in their grade level. For children who prefer to not dress up, we have a large spectator section for our parade, and for students who do not celebrate Halloween, the library will be open for games, reading, and videos. If your child is planning to come to school in costume, please make sure your student understands the following expectations for Halloween costumes at Kent.

  • Costumes must not interfere with school participation, including PE and typical classroom activities.
  • Costumes may not feature any type of weapon (gun, sword, spear, etc.), silly string, or references to drugs/alcohol.
  • Costumes shall be culturally sensitive and not negatively represent any race, religion, or gender.

If your child chooses to participate this year, thank you in advance for helping your student to prepare for a fun, joyful, and respectful Halloween, 2022!

Aeries Student and Family Portal – We continue to endure a glitch in the Aeries Student Information System grading platform, which may incorrectly indicate that a student assignment is "missing," when the teacher has marked that assignment as complete. We continue to work closely with Aeries to address this frustrating issue, and have been informed that Aeries programers are in the testing phase for a fix to this glitch. In the interim, we have asked that teachers hold on entering current assignments into the system in order to avoid additional confusion. We are hopeful to be back online with entering assignments into Aeries as soon as possible this week, and will alert families when this issue has been resolved. I sincerely apologize for this interruption in feedback regarding progress with your child’s work at school, and expect to resolve this issue this week.

Let’s have a great week ahead!

Grant Althouse
Kent Principal

Kent Cross Country 8th Grade 10-14-2022

Congratulations Kent Cross Country!

Our Kent Falcons had their best showing yet in last week’s cross country meet at Miller Creek Middle School.

  • Annaliese Horn finished first among all 8th grade girls, and Joe Joost finished first among all 6th grade boys.
  • Cole Robertson finished fourth among 7th grade boys
  • Arya Malladi came in fifth among 6th grade girls.
  • 6th grader Makaio Blickman finished seventh and showed commendable sportsmanship after receiving interference from another competitor. We expect sportsmanship in all our races, and our Kent team has never let us down.

October Principal’s Coffee

We will hold a special Principal’s Coffee on Friday morning, October 28 from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. to meet Judy Heumann, and to discuss our Kent 2022 All School Read! We welcome parents and families to read the book as well, in fact Rolling Warrior is the young readers’ edition of the book Being Heumann, which may be more appealing to parents/guardians.

Fall Athletics News & Schedules

Attention all 6th and 7th grade parents! We are looking for great coaches to guide our 6th and 7th grade boys basketball teams this winter. The season runs from the first week of January to mid-March. There is one practice a week and one game a week. An optional stipend is available upon request!

Kent basketball tryouts will be held during the week on November 14-18. All interested players should sign up in room 30 and listen to the broadcast for further updates.


Cross Country: Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:45- 4:45 p.m.

Flag Football: Mondays and Thursdays, 3:45-4:45 p.m.; games until 5 p.m. (download schedule)

6th Volleyball: practice on Wednesdays from 2-3 p.m. (download schedule)

7th Volleyball: practice Wednesdays from 5-6 p.m. (download schedule)

8th Volleyball: practice on Wednesdays from 4-5 p.m. (download schedule)

Kent Yearbook: Orders Now Open!

Kent yearbooks are now on sale for $42. or call 1-866-287-3096

Kent's order number is 7587.

Learn more.

Upcoming Dates

2022-2023 Kent Bell Schedule

Tuesday, October 18:

  • 7th Grade Volleyball vs. Miller Creek, 4:45-5:45 p.m.
  • Cross Country Meet at China Camp - Miwok Meadows, 4 p.m.

Wednesday, October 19: Kent ELAC meeting, Kent Library, 4:45-6 p.m.

Thursday, October 20:

  • Flag Football at Davidson, 4-5 p.m.
  • 8th Grade Volleyball at Mill Valley, 4:45-5:45 p.m.

Friday, October 28: Kent Principal Coffee, 8:45-10 a.m., Kent Library, special visit from the All School Read author Judy Heumann

KIK News


Thanks to Ms. Libby’s wonderful instruction, TK through 4th grade artists have been engrossed in the Amate Bark painting tradition. This tradition originates from San Pablito, a small mountain village in Mexico, where this beautiful craft is still taught today. 

Students sketched Mexican and Mayan inspired designs, birds, floral motifs and village scenes. 

To simulate the process of this beautiful hand made amate paper, and to create a bark-like texture, students crumpled their upcycled brown paper bags and burnished the paper with flat, smooth rocks. Students used paint pens specially designed to achieve the gorgeous vibrant, saturated colors on the bark paintings. The finished art pieces are stunning! 

Thanks to our KIK Donors, Art at Bacich is still a crucial part of our students' creative, hands-on education.


Ms. Rubinstein has been working with 5th graders on two-dimensional artworks! Students created collages, tempera and watercolor paintings, foam stamp creation, and weaving. 2D explorations are to follow.  

7th and 8th grade students are practicing Question Formulation Technique, Visual Thinking Strategies, found poetry, and gelli printing before getting into clay pieces this week, in addition to drawing and painting explorations,

All grades were inspired by living artists including Lynda Barry, Grant Haffner, Laila Ali, and Austin Kleon.

Check out projects on our Instagram page: KentMS_Studio_Art

Thank you KIK Donors! Students continue to develop creative confidence, visual literacy and self-esteem through art!



KIK Fundraising Goal 2022-2023:

KIK plans to raise $1 million+ this year, and we’re counting on your participation!  Our suggested donation is $2,000 per child in the district, but any amount, larger or smaller, will help us reach our goal. 

Please consider giving by GIVING DAY: Wednesday, November 9th

  • Here’s how to Donate - THANK YOU!
  • The annual KIK $1M contribution to Bacich and Kent directly funds enrichment programs:
    • Art, Music, PE, Library, Maker, Woodshop, Broadcasting and more.

Learn more about Family Giving and What KIK Funds.


Cast Co-Founders Rachel Skelly and Eric Ryan are delighted to invite Kentfield School District families to explore the new Cast boutique and discover the latest collections. Please join us on Saturday, October 22, between 12PM-4PM, at the Village at Corte Madera. We will be featuring DJ Hearts of Gold and other wonders. RSVP to

The Village at Corte Madera is an open-air shopping center including Nordstrom, Macy's, Apple, RH Marin The Gallery at The Village, lululemon and many more stores and restaurants like RH Rooftop Restaurant, The Cheesecake Factory, Boca Pizzeria, Bazille (inside Nordstrom), and Boudin SF.


ORDER EVERY TUESDAY - $50 Dine & Donate

Left Bank KIK Family Meals — 20% of proceeds go to KIK. Opt in for a weekly order reminder.

OCT 18 - Fried Chicken, French Fries, Macaroni & Cheese & Green Beans



OCT 23 - 2nd Grade Family Social

  • @ Bacich Black Top - 3-5PM

OCT 29 - 3rd Grade Family Social

@ Hal Brown Park, Creekside - 11AM-1PM



KIK is committed to raising $1 million for our Bacich and Kent students for the 2022-23 school year.
For Installments or Matching Gifts, Print Donor Form in English and Spanish.


Learn more at

Bacich Grade-Level Family Socials

Recording Available for a limited time:

What Do You Say? Talking with Kids to Build Motivation, Stress Tolerance, and a Happy Home

Watch the recording

Join Dr. William Stixrud and Ned Johnson, authors of the national best-seller, The Self-Driven Child, as they will discuss their new book What Do You Say? Talking with Kids to Build Motivation, Stress Tolerance, and a Happy Home. The focus of their presentation will be how to communicate with kids in a way that supports the autonomy and self-drive that are so important for healthy development.

Co-Sponsored by Marin Country Day School, Kentfield School District and Ross Valley School District

October is PTA Membership Month!

Your membership matters now more than ever — join today.

KSPTA connects parents, teachers and administrators, and supports school needs.

100% of the funds raised are used to fund school programs & activities, which have historically included:

  • Teacher stipends for supplies
  • After-school sports at Kent
  • Mr. S dance class for Kindergarten classes
  • Purchase of library books
  • P.E. equipment
  • Performing arts programs
  • Technology programs & computer equipment
  • Woodshop materials at Kent
  • Music program materials & instruments
  • Annual grant program

Member Perks

A PTA membership means you’re not only supporting our schools, but getting some sweet perks as well. Find discounts on LegoLand, Urban Sitter, Hertz Car Rentals, Academy of Sciences and more! Learn more.

Choose from three types of memberships and join us today!

Upcoming KSPTA Meeting

November 7, 2022, 8:30-9:30 a.m., in person

All are welcome to attend.

See meeting schedule and agendas here.

There are many different opportunities to volunteer during school hours and for before and after-school community events. Please see the links below to discover KSPTA volunteer opportunities. Please complete the form for the opportunities that interest you, and a KSPTA committee representative will be in touch, thank you!

Kent Volunteer Opportunities

Bacich School Wide Volunteer Opportunities

Bacich Lead Room Parents/Art for Bears Coordinators/ Carline Coordinators

Stay up to date with KSPTA!

Follow kentfieldschoolspta on both Facebook and Instagram

Community News

Information, events, and news provided in our newsletter's "Community News" is offered as service to our community, and are not sponsored by the Kentfield School District. Placement does not represent an endorsement.

LGBTQ+ Best Practices for Inclusive Environments,

In collaboration with The Spahr Center and through the CalHOPE Grant, the Marin County Office of Education is pleased to offer: LGBTQ+ Best Practices for Inclusive Environments webinar for Marin County’s parents & caregivers.

Please join us!

Two sessions will be offered:

  • Thursday, October 20, 2022 | 6-7:15 p.m. | for Elementary School Parents & Caregivers
  • Thursday, October 27, 2022 | 6-7:15 p.m. | for Middle & High School Parents & Caregivers

Presented in English with live Spanish Interpretation and the Session will be Recorded.

Details are on the attached flyer (linked here) and below Register here.

En colaboración con The Spahr Center y a través de CalHOPE Grant, la Oficina de Educación del Condado de Marin se complace en ofrecer: Seminario web LGBTQ+ Sobre las Mejores Prácticas para Entornos Inclusivos para padres y cuidadores del condado de Marin.

Por favor únete a nosotras!

Se ofrecerán dos sesiones:

  • jueves, 20 de octubre de 2022 | 6:00 – 7:15PM | Para Padres y Cuidadores de Escuelas Primarias
  • jueves, 27 de octubre de 2022| 6:00 – 7:15PM | Para Padres y Cuidadores de Escuelas Intermedias y Secundarias

Presentado en Inglés con Traducción al Español en Vivo y La Sesión Será Grabada

Los detalles se encuentran en la invitación adjunta (vinculada aquí) y por debajo. Regístrese aquí.

D.C. Trip

8th grade families! The registration deadline for the Washington, D.C. Trip is Wednesday, November 30. You can use the following link to sign up!

Donuts & Tee Event! Registration Opening Soon!

Tee & Donuts Event: November 6, 10:30 a.m.-Noon, Bacich Blacktops

Introduce your family to softball. Batting stations, jersey sizing, and gear swap.

View flyer

November 1 - December 16: Registration Open

KGS is non-profit organization - completely run by parent & community VOLUNTEERS.

  • For all girls ages 5-15.
  • Kentfield, Greenbrae, Ross & North Larkspur.
  • Season runs from March through the end of May.
  • All games are in Marin (except 15U have some in San Francisco).
  • All home games are at Kent.
  • Coaches are parents and community volunteers.

Learn more at

Safe Routes to School Contest

Buddy UP is a new contest to get students to walk (park and walk), bike, carpool or ride the bus together. Now through October 31, sign up your group of two or more students from neighboring families to travel to or from school. Tell us your success story!

Habits are more likely to stick when families support each other. There’s safety in numbers and groups are more easily seen by drivers. Best of all, friendships and fun memories are formed! There will be a $50 award for 5 winning groups. Notifications will be sent out in early November.

Learn more at:

Questions? Contact

"Why I Love Libraries" Holiday Card Art Contest!

We invite all school-aged kids in in Marin County (grades K-8) to submit original art that conveys “Why I Love Libraries.”

Use your imagination to share why you love libraries for a chance to be featured on the Larkspur Library and TCF websites, in the official TCF holiday card, and a chance to have your art displayed at the library, win fun prizes and receive an award from Larky himself (awards ceremony date to be announced)!

Entries are being accepted in four categories: physical art, digital art, poetry or video. Entries are being accepted at the Larkspur Library now through November 1, 2022.

See the contest page for details by visiting

Corte Madera Community StoryWalk® (view flyer) – through November 10
Weekly Crafternoons and a once-monthly Lego Club: Thursdays 3:30 p.m. for ages 5-12.

Homework Helpers Sign Up (English and Spanish) – a free “homework help” program for English Learners and underserved students at the Corte Madera library.

Crisis Text Support Line

Marin County is offering our youth another means of confidential mental health support through a crisis text line that is available 24/7.

Text MARIN to 741741 for Support that Cares.

Marin Health Hubs

Health hubs, provides free and bilingual services such as food distribution, nutrition education, health screenings, and information about community organizations. Everyone is welcome to attend the health hubs food pantry and to help us run it!

Parent & Youth.Helpline

This free helpline provides free trauma-informed, evidenced-based emotional support to parents, children and youth in any language via calls, text, live chat, and email.

  • Available 7 days a week from 8 a.m.-8 p.m.
  • Parents can join a Weekly Online Support Group through the website:
  • Helpline #: 855-427-2736