WHAT IS THE FRYSC?
The Emmalena Family Resource and Youth Service Center provides programs and services for all Emmalena students and families. The Emmalena FRYSC was created as part of the KY Education Reform Act and was opened at the beginning of the 1991-1992 school year. The primary goal of this center is to remove nonacademic barriers to learning as a means to enhance student academic success. Each center offers a unique blend of programs and services determined by the needs of the population being servied, available resources, location, and other local characteristics.
WHO CAN USE THE EMMALENA FRYSC?
The Emmalena FRYSC receives a state grant based on the number of students eligible for free school meals. However, since the center is now established, all enrolled children and their families can use services regardless of family income.
FRYSC MISSION STATEMENT:
To enhance student’s ability to succeed in school by developing and sustaining partnerships that promote:
-Early learning and successful transition to school.
-Academic achievement and well-being.
-Graduation and transition into adult life.
The Ky Division of Family Resource and Youth Service Centers in the Cabinet for Health and Family Services shall establish the national standard excellence in the provision of school-based family support.
EMMALENA FRYSC CORE COMPONENTS AND PROGRAMS:
*CHILD CARE FOR 2 YEARS THROUGH 13 YEARS OLD
*AFTER SCHOOL CHILD
*PARENT & CHILD EDUCATION
*FAMILY IN TRAINING
*SUMMER RECREATION PROGRAM
*RED RIBBON WEEK
*MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELING/REFERRALS
*ALCOHOL & DRUG PREVENTION
*CPR/FIRST AIDE AND CHILD CARE CLASSES
CALL 251-3622 IF YOU NEED ANY ASSISTANCE