Digna A. Marte, Principal

Family & Community

The Family & Community Support Service Provider

The main focus of the Family and Community Support Service Provider is to develop and strengthen the district’s relationships with children, families, and to support the Hartford Public School community school’s framework. The Family and Community Support Service Provider supports the community and monitors student attendance in the following ways: visits the homes of current or potential students; works with parents and coordinates parent access to internal and external resources; distributes important information about their assigned school and/or district; assists in the enrollment process; and keeps records of their efforts to cultivate parental interest and engagement in their children’s education. The Family and Community Support Service Providers serve to promote academic achievement for all students.

Resources for Individuals and Families During the COVID-19 Pandemic

The following resources are for individuals and families navigating the landscape during the COVID-19 Pandemic. 

Unemployment Insurance, Job Seeking, and Job Training

For the most updated general information about Connecticut's COVID-19 Response

Housing

Homeowners

If you own your home and are unable to make your monthly mortgage payments, please contact your bank or lender and ask for help.  There is currently a delay in foreclosure actions.  

Home Heating Assistance

Childcare Resources

Resources for People With Disabilities

Reopen Connecticut Business Information

Food Insecurity Information

FOODSHARE (Hartford and Tolland Counties) 

CT Food Bank (Fairfield, Litchfield, Middlesex, New Haven, New London, & Windham Counties) 

United Way 211

Additional Food Resources

It's Important to be Counted! Information about the Census

Consumer Protection

If you or anyone you know have been the victim of a scam of any kind during this time, please contact the Department of Consumer Protection and let them know.  Email dcp.complaints@ct.gov, call 860-713-6300 or toll free 1-800-842-2649, or visit www.ct.gov/DCP/complaint.  

Updates for the Bulkeley Community