Parent Led Academy

When you sponsor a Parent, Student or Teacher Huddle, you become a part of our nonprofit work in helping build Stronger Families.

Why Sponsor a Parent Huddle?

Investing in the well-being of your employees/staff who are parents

Parenting education expands parent knowledge about child development, builds parent skills, strengthens parent-child relationships, and promotes age-appropriate care and activities that enhance a child’s health, development, and social emotional skills (DeBord and Matta, 2002; Family Strengthening Policy Center, 2007).

Creating a platform for parents to find answers to the challenges they’re facing

86% of parents reported that they are often uncertain about what is the right thing to do in raising their children (National Commission on Children, 1991)

Happier parents equals happier employees

When companies/organizations empower their employees to find that work-life balance, they’re more likely able to retain top talent who are happier, work better in teams, are more creative, provide excellent customer service and are less likely to quit.

Why Sponsor a Teacher Huddle?

Teachers can feel heard.

We can keep teachers teaching when they know we see them, we have got them, and we want to walk alongside them.

Provide a Better Work-Life Balance

By allowing them to share their challenges, we can then help them create a better work-life balance by providing solutions.

Relational Support

Gathering of like-minded teachers to provide the emotional support they need to keep making the kind of impact they always dreamed about with their students.


Whatever needs teachers might have, we’ll be able to locate the best resources to meet those needs.

Why Sponsor a Student Huddle?

Elective Course

Our standardized SEL curriculum can be offered as a High School Elective

The Power of One Caring Adult

Every child who winds up doing well has had at least one stable and committed relationship with a supportive adult.”  –  Harvard’s Center on the Developing Child (Link)

Identifying their Strengths

“The purpose of education is to allow each individual to come into full possession of his or her personal power”, a notion that is in alignment with a strengths-based educational approach.” – Dewey, J. (1938). Experience in education. New York: Collier

Focus on SEL Social-Emotional Learning

“Students participating in SEL programs showed improved classroom behavior, an increased ability to manage stress and depression, and better attitudes about themselves, others, and school. ” – CASEL


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