The Family-Community Resource Center is here to support students and families in the Discovery community. My job is to help families eliminate barriers to students being successful at Discovery. Some of the ways I can help families and students include backpacks, school supplies, food bags, food boxes, clothes and jackets, connections to community and social service agencies, etc.
There are many fun and exciting activities for students and families through the FCRC. We also have two computers set up in the FCRC for families to have computer and internet access.
Through the FCRC there are many volunteer opportunities for parents, as well as opportunities to donate gently used clothing for our clothes closet. Please stop in and introduce yourself. I look forward to meeting you all!
—FCRC Coordinator Esmy Farias-Govea
Job opportunity! Join a growing network of Community Health Workers in Vancouver, Washington.
The successful candidate must be passionate about working with families of middle school students, engaging and empowering them to support their student’s school attendance and well-being.
Work up to 40 hours per week, some evenings and weekends. Hourly wage is $13-15, depending upon experience.
The Community Health Worker will partner closely with FCRC staff at Vancouver Public Schools, Vancouver Housing Authority, Free Clinic, and Healthy Living Collaborative of Southwest Washington.