These resources contain useful bilingual web-based tools for families and educators to support student success academically, social-emotionally, and in health and wellness.

Use these resources for planning family workshops, inclusion in school web sites and newsletters, and professional development.

Visit this site for information and resources related to academics, student assessments, health and safety, school choice, the New Mexico Public Education Department initiatives and more.


This site leads to information and resources for parents related to student learning goals and why the Common Core State Standards were developed.


This resource offers support for parents, families, and children in New Mexico and includes statewide and Tribal resources such as family service organizations, health and wellness programs, housing and child care options, and more.


This web-based resource can be very useful for parents and inclusion on a school web site. It includes growth charts for academic growth, social and emotional growth, and health and wellness for students in pre-K-high school.

National PTA and NMPTA support 125 local school PTAs and close to 6,000 members with useful resources to support, enrich and advocate for effective practices of family-school partnerships throughout the state.


National PTA provides valuable information and resources for parents to help children succeed including grade level Parent’s Guides to Student Success that are available for easy printing and use.


This bilingual site offers grade guides, a parent-teacher translator communicator tools, parent academies, and resources for parents and teachers with EL students and students with learning exceptionalities in special education.


The New Mexico Parent Portal provides secure online access to a student’s state assessment performance.

The mission of Parents Reaching Out is to enhance positive outcomes for families and children in New Mexico through informed decision making, advocacy, education, and resources. Parents Reaching Out provides the networking opportunities for families to connect with and support each other.

The New Mexico Crisis and Access Line (NMCAL) is a statewide mental health crisis line for anyone who resides in the State of New Mexico. The phones are answered by professional counselors 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Counselors have access to emergency workers if needed, are trained in assessing a crisis and responding with the least restrictive alternative. Callers are referred to resources local to them at the end of the call or by a follow up call by the next business day.

The NewMexicoKids Early Childhood Services Center offers a variety of services and resources for both educators and families in the State of New Mexico. Whether searching for quality child care or looking for professional development for early childhood educators, you will find information below that links you to the information or services you may need.

This New Mexico Dial-A-Teacher homework help line is open most evenings and is staffed by experienced teachers in English and Spanish.


United Way 211

Dial 211 for a free call maintained by United Way that provides information and referrals to health and human services, government agencies, and community based organizations that can be useful to families in need of help and support.



PTA’s National Standards for Family-School Partnerships set the bar for how schools and parent organizations work together to support student success.