resources for

Parents and Guardians

COVID-19 information translated into multiple languages.
Project Bread’s
Hygiene Supply Distribution
Online Support Groups

MOC Family Resource Center Virtual Programs


Common Sense Media is a non-profit organization that provides education and advocacy to families to promote safe technology and media for children. Since 2003, Common Sense has been the leading source of entertainment and technology recommendations for families and schools.
Digital Citizenship and Internet Safety
GBH is committed to the truth, facts and combatting misinformation, disinformation and “fake news." Visit for some media literacy resources to help you think critically, analyze sources and access information as informed citizens.
Children learn languages by listening, speaking, reading, and writing about topics that are meaningful and/ or interesting to them.Families can try these routines in their home language, English, or both. Be sure to use the language you are most comfortable with. Families can adapt the routines to be age-appropriate for their child.
Reading with Students with Special Needs
Reading with Your Child K - 3
Social and Emotional Learning
The United States Department of Education’s (USED) Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) created a Family Resource page which brings together USED’s funded centers, department programs and additionalinformation of interest for parents and families.
The Federation for Children with Special Needs (FCSN) provides resources and trainings for families and educators. The FCSN has focused their work to address the school reopening process.
The National Center for Pyramid Model Innovations, provides families of young children with resources to help children cope with challenges that may occur during this unprecedented time.
Early Intervention During COVID-19
PPAL Family Support Group Calendar of Events for October, November, December, our Hispanic Support Group Calendar of Events (English/Spanish Versions), and the Sibling Support Network Group Flyer.

Frequently Asked Questions about Electric, Gas, and Water Utilities during COVID-19. Many residents are struggling to pay their bills, including their monthly utility bills. Electricity, gas, and water are essential services—that’s why it is important that every customer know their rights and where they can go for help if they need it. If you are a residential customer struggling to pay your utility bills or behind on your payments, reach out to your utility to discuss available payment plans. Utilities may resume shut offs for residential customers beginning November 16, 2020.

How to change Chrome languages and translate webpages.