Welcome to the Family Support Page!

"A Child Grows, A Parent Discovers, A Family Flourishes, A Community Thrives"


The Willingboro Public Schools Family Support Center provides academic resources, an inviting atmosphere, and workshops on a wide selection of educational support topics.


To encourage and strengthen the School-Family Partnership and reinforce the idea that family and education are at the center of every student's social & emotional growth, academic success, and desire to be a life-long learner!


The Willingboro Public Schools are dedicated to maintaining a strong partnership with parents in our endeavor to provide the very best education for students. Key to that partnership is open communication & support.

To provide support, we are implementing the following initiatives:

Monthly Parent Workshops

(Click here to view upcoming workshops)

(Click here to sign-up for upcoming workshops)

Helping Children Learn Newsletters

Early Childhood
September 2021
Elementary September 2021
Middle Grades September 2021
High School September 2021


Supporting Children through the COVID-19 Pandemic Supporting Kids During the COVID-19 Crisis

AACAP Resources for Helping Kids & Parents Cope

Childmind: Coping during the COVID-19 Pandemic
FREE English as a Second Language/Citizenship (ESL) Classes ESL/Citizenship Flyer
FREE High School Equivalency (GED) Classes  GED Flyer
Homeschooling NJDOE FAQs on Homeschooling
Guiding Children through Social Issues: Racial & Social Justice

What is Social Justice? 
The fair treatment of all people in a society, including respect for the rights of minorities and equitable distribution of resources among members of a community.
Dictionary.com: Definition of Social Justice

Books and Articles to Guide the Conversation


The Willingboro Public Schools takes great pride in our work and how we service our parents and the community. If you have a concern, please submit this form to Ms. Shavonne Carter, Supervisor of Guidance/Family Liaison. We welcome your concerns, and we will address them in a timely manner. Thank you.

When parents are involved in education, children have increased performance in school, and schools experience true success.