Youth Services & Community Engagement
Promoting Positive Behaviors, Attitudes and Outcomes
Family Service Assistance
The FSA Team works directly with the parent/guardian, school staff, and community representatives. This partnership helps to increase positive and pro-active communications at home/school, along with increasing linkages to community resources.
A series of workshops created to help inform, empower, and celebrate parents.
UNIDOS US Parent Engagement, Padres Comprometidos curriculum was created to:
- Provide parents with tools to communicate positively with their children and the school.
- Inform parents and families of the role they play in educating their children.
- Help parents understand the grading, testing, funding process, and graduation requirement.
Call to enroll: (585) 256-8900 x644
ASPIRA Youth Mentoring Program
ASPIRA is a school-based, early intervention program designed to assist students, referred as ASPIRAntes, who are transitioning from primary to secondary level education. Each Mentor will provide peer and social skills development strategies, behaviorally based incentives, achievement recognition, and structure- which leads to enhanced academic and behavioral outcomes for the student.
Digital Skills 4 Life
Learn basic computer and technical skills including computer Hardware, troubleshooting, internet exploring, safety and security, digitized communication, social media, common apps, software and more.
FREE transportation, childcare, dinner and incentives.
Interested? Please call:
Yairin Medina – 585 362-1865
Beverly Hill – 585 348-7484
Restorative Justice Mediation Program
The RocRestorative Team provides support to students, staff, and families within the RCSD school system. The Team currently consists of sixteen members, including Ibero staff, RCSD teachers, social workers, and counselors.
RocRestorative envisions inclusive, thriving communities where equity and accountability lead to justice for all. RocRestorative’s Mission is to work with all RCSD stakeholders who are accountable for creating equitable and just learning communities by listening to and amplifying the voices of people belonging to marginalized groups, providing space and opportunity to build and strengthen relationships and community, and building capacity to repair harm in an inclusive and compassionate manner.
Prevention Education Services
Familias Unidas, A family-based program for Hispanic families conducted in Spanish. It is designed to prevent conduct disorders; use of illicit drugs, alcohol, and cigarettes; and risky sexual behaviors by improving family functioning. The intervention is delivered primarily through multi-parent groups, which aim to develop effective parenting skills, and family visits, during which parents apply skills while interacting with their adolescent.