Why should you be involved in Parent University? Research shows that parent and family engagement is the most powerful predictor in a child’s development, academically, socially, and spiritually. We believe in a strong home-school partnership that supports the whole child.
AZ Attorney General's Office - Human Trafficking for Parents Webinar
Human Trafficking for Parents Webinar - Use password BeAware2020
The 7 Cs: The Essential Building Blocks of Resilience – FosteringResilience.com
Young people live up or down to expectations we set for them. They need adults who believe in them unconditionally and hold them to the high expectations of being compassionate, generous, and creative.
Seven Tips for Practicing Positive Discipline – pbs.org
Read about seven tips that will set you on the path to better behavior—and a stronger, more peaceful connection with your child.
Child Developmental Milestones by Age – cdc.gov
Children reach milestones in how they play, learn, speak, act, and move. View the milestones based on the age of your child, view resources, and developmental information.
12 Tips for Raising Confident Kids – pbs.org
Read about how to implement these 12 easy tips for raising confident kids!
Parents Guide to Teenagers and Sleep – ChildMind.org
Adolescents are notoriously sleep-deprived, because of a combination of biology, technology and the demands of school and extra-curricular activities. This guide outlines how lack of sleep can affect teenagers, and how parents
can help them build more sleep into their lives.
Homework Tips for Parents – ed.gov (pdf)
Read more about homework tips for parents.
Common Sense Media Resources – CommonSenseMedia.org
Know you're making the best possible choices for your kids. Since 2003, Common Sense has been the leading independent source for media recommendations and advice for families.
Parents Guide to ADHD – ChildMind.org
Children with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) find it unusually difficult to concentrate on tasks, to pay attention, to sit still, and to control impulsive behavior. This guide offers parents the information you need to understand the behaviors associated with the disorder and make effective decisions for your child about symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment.
Tip Sheets on Difficult Topics – WingedHope.org
Winged Hope Tip Sheets provide victims, survivors, families, and the agencies who serve them, with resources, stats/data/tips related to their family advocacy programs.
There are numerous parental monitoring devices to help keep your child safe online. These are two of the ones that our families use and recommend.
Bark Technologies serves as your families watchdog for internet safety. Visit www.bark.us for more information.
Widely used by many families, the Circle by Disney keeps your child’s device monitored not only at home but while they are away. Visit www.meetcircle.com for more details and discounts.
The NVCATM Promise
Steadfast in faith, NVCA is committed to a Christ-centered education that can transform lives and touch communities. Our role is to help define and reinforce a deep sense of God-given value, purpose and meaning in the pursuit of knowledge and growth in Christ for a transforming influence on the world. An NVCA education forms the foundation upon which all academic pursuits are built thereby enabling students to reach their full educational potential.