Referrals and Workshops for the following:
- Family and Individual counseling
- Substance Abuse
- Domestic Abuse
- Parenting Skills-In-house
- Mental Health Consultation
- Educational Support Workshops
- Family and Youth Services
- Resume Writing
- Adolescent Development
The Parent Coordinator works site at Middle School 390. The Parent Coordinator is responsible for encouraging and promoting active involvement by the families in their children’s education and making school more welcoming to the families. In addition to the Principal and the staff, the Parent Coordinator is an important point of contact for families with the school. Unlike parent volunteers working in a school, the Parent Coordinator is on staff and can work within the school to direct families to the appropriate places where they can find the information they are seeking.
Is MS 390 a uniform school?
Yes, that is correct Middle School 390 is a uniform school.
Contact our Parent Coordinator
Parent Coordinator: José Durán
Office Phone: 718-583-5501
**If you would like your e-mail added to our database, please send your email address to José Durán. Please indicate your name, your child’s name and their OSIS#**
We thank you in advance for your interest to volunteer at MS390. Our students, teachers, and staff really appreciate the time to take to support student’s education. For opportunities please contact Mr. Duran.
Ways We Can Help You
Middle School 390 provides a Family Resource Center for parents/guardians of students to visit and obtain information and assistance that will enable them to become actively involved with their child’s education. The purpose of the MS 390 Family Resource Center is to provide support to immediate family members of students enrolled in the school in order to address socio-environmental and economic factors that impact or impede the academic development of students.
The Family Resource Center (FRC) is conveniently located in room 224 at MS 390. The FRC provides information, advocacy, professional consultation, crisis intervention and referrals to families in need of support.