Teenage Parenting Program

Teenage Parenting Program

Studies have shown that students who use school-based childcare or stable childcare in the community experience increased attendance, improved academics, and higher graduation rates.


At Flagler Palm Coast High School we offer any pregnant females or parenting male or female students attending school full time in Flagler County Public Schools the following services:

On-site Childcare

A critical factor in preventing teen mothers from dropping out of school is access to childcare.

Transportation
Flagler County School District provides transportation of the student with the student’s child to the school/childcare facility. Car seats are provided for each child and are installed by employees certified in car seat installation.

Parenting I and II (elective credit class)
This class provides a small school setting dedicated to serving the teen parent and collaborates with outside community organizations. Some of the outside organizations include the local health department. An employee of the health department comes in during the school year and facilitates different health topics for the students, giving them an opportunity to ask questions. The class also offers a nutrition segment helping the young mothers understand the importance of nutrition not just for themselves but now their children too.


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