Family ResourcesBelow is a list of some of the services that are availabe in Wake County. If you need help accessing any of these, please contact Mrs. Smith or Mrs. West for assistance.Michelle SmithSchool Social Worker(919) 233-4313 ext. firstname.lastname@example.orgTeresa BrownSchool Counselor(919) 233-4313 ext. email@example.com
Child Care Assistance
Do you need assistance with child care? There is a hotline to find child care programs that have available spaces to care for children from infants up to age 12. Parents and caregivers can call (888) 600-1685 from 8AM -5PM, Monday through Friday.
BullyingBullying is not condoned by the Wake County Public School System. It is a practice that brings about unpleasant results for those on the receiving end as well as those partaking in the activity.
Ways to Address Bullying
Seek staff member (teacher, counselor, administrator) and inform him that bullying is taking place.Resources:
- Stop Bullying: http://www.stopbullying.gov (This site is a hub of various resources about anti-bullying activities and strategies parents and students can use)
- The Bully Free Program: http://www.bullyfree.com
- Pacer’s Kids Against Bullying: http://www.pacerkidsagainstbullying.org/#/home
Wake Network of Care
The Wake Network of Care is a one-stop resource guide to help you locate needed services and supports throughout our Wake community. The Network provides comprehensive information about local services and organizations and a Learning Center dedicated to topics related to health and well-being.