Y23 Black Parent Network Member - Sign-up 2022 - 2023
As Black and African American students are our most marginalized student group (using both quantitative and qualitative data). The Black Parent Network (BPN) was established to build rapport with our Black and African American families in an effort to encourage trust and relationships. The ultimate goal is to foster school success from Pre-K to graduation. The BPN will promote cultural bridges between Waukegan Public Schools, and our Black and African-American students, and families.  The BPN will assist the Waukegan Public Schools to: increase Black and African-American parent engagement, enhance communication pathways for parents generally, and Black and African-American parents specifically, and identify critical needs to support students generally, and Black and African American students specifically.
The BPN was created in collaboration with our Department of Equity and Inclusion and Family and Community Engagement (F.A.C.E.) The BPN is open to all parents.
Please complete this form below to receive meeting information and other network opportunities.  
Name (first) / Nombre (primero) *
Name (last) / Nombre (ultimo) *
If you have children in the district, which building do they attend? / Si tiene hijos en el distrito, ¿a qué edificio asisten? *
What is the best email address to contact you? / ¿Cuál es la mejor dirección de correo electrónico para contactarlo? *
What is the best phone number to contact you? / ¿Cuál es el mejor número de teléfono para contactarlo?
In what way can the BPN support you and your child(ren) in Waukegan Public schools? / ¿De qué manera puede el BPN apoyarlo a usted y a su (s) hijo (s) en las escuelas públicas de Waukegan?
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