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2022-2023 Kentucky Summative Assessment (KSA) Results for

2023 Kentucky State Assessment Results:

  Math Proficient Math Distinguished Reading Proficient Reading Distinguished
Elementary 31% 12% 26% 22%
Middle 26% 10% 30% 15%
High 27% 11% 32% 14%

NPES Family Resource Center

North Park Elementary School

North Park Elementary

Family Resource Center

1080 S.Logsdon Pkwy.

Radcliff, KY 40160

(270) 351-4464

Hours: 7:30 am - 2:30 pm

April Duren

 FRC Coordinator: April Duren

april.duren@hardin.kyschools.us

 

 

WHAT IS A FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER? 
Family Resource Centers were created as part of the Kentucky Education Reform Act. Our goal is to remove barriers to a child's success in school. 
We offer a variety of services to provide academic support, meet basic needs, and link families to community resources. Our funding comes from the Cabinet of Health and Family Services, Department of Education, and Hardin County Schools.  

WHO RUNS THE NORTH PARK FRC? 
The center is staffed with a Coordinator, Ms. April, along with an outreach liason and a parent educator. There is an advisory council made up of North Park parents, staff, and community members. The advisory council meets every other month. The meetings are open to the public and advertised on the North Park FRC Facebook page. Please contact Ms. April Duren for more information.

Services are available to ALL children and families of North Park Elementary School. The center is "family focused."

WHAT SERVICES ARE OFFERED?
North Park has been recognized as a Purple Star School. This is a state-sponsored recognition designed to emphasize the importance of assisting military children with school transition and developing programs that recognize the value of military service and civic responsiblity. 

Military Family Resources


The Family Resource Center offers many different services, some of which are listed below:

  • Parenting Support 
  • Family Crisis Assistance 
  • Child Care Referrals 
  • Basic Needs (Holiday Assistance, Food, Housing, etc.)
  • First Connections Birth to 4 (Cradle School and In-home Parents as Teachers Program)
  • Links to Community Resources/Agencies/Adult Education 
  • Health, Safety, and Preventative Education and Referrals 


If there is a service not listed that you need, please let us know. All visits are confidential. Also, if you would like to volunteer or assist with donations, please contact our office.