The EPIC Parent Center provides resources to parents and staff throughout the Monticello district during the school year. This includes parent workshops, open forums and family night activities. EPIC also provides information about the latest research available on a wide range of youth-related topics.
EPIC Coordinator Jane Sorensen was featured in the Times Herald Record. There, she shed some light on EPIC and its mission to involve the entire community in helping children make responsible decisions, develop positive self-esteem, plan for the future, and succeed in life. read story
EPIC is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to
helping families, schools and communities to raise children
to become responsible and capable adults. EPIC supports the
people who have the most influence on children by offering
evidence-based programs for parents, a character-education
curriculum for families and schools and training for schools
and agencies. In all, EPIC offers 47 workshops with titles
and target populations ranging from Knowing Yourself as
a Parent for parents of infants and toddlers, to
Dealing with your Child’s Emerging Sexuality for
parents of young adolescents.
For more information, visit http://www.epicforchildren.org/
Children are welcome to all workshops. The district will provide dinner, crafts,
healthy snacks, story-time and homework assistance. A flyer with RSVP slips will
be sent home with parents soon. Please tear off slip and send back with your
For more information or to RSVP, please contact Jane Sorensen, EPIC Director for the Monticello Central School District, at 794-8830 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Please RSVP as soon as possible.
Jane Sorensen, EPIC Director for the district's elementary and middle schools at 794-8830 or email@example.com.