Family Centers

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What are the Family Engagement Centers (FECs)?
The Title I Family Engagement Centers (FECs) provide families the opportunity to improve family capabilities. FECs establish and nurture relationships with one common goal—student achievement. FECs offer parents and families academic support, classes and workshops in a variety of topics, and access to community resources. The FECs are located at twelve elementary schools and are staffed with a Project Facilitator and a Teacher/Family Assistant.



Rex Bell Elementary School

2900 Wilmington Way

Las Vegas, NV 89102


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Manuel J. Cortez Elementary School

4245 East Tonopah Avenue

Las Vegas, NV 89115


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Ruthe Deskin Elementary School

4550 North Pioneer Way
Las Vegas, NV 89129


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Pat A. Diskin Elementary School

4220 Ravenwood Drive

Las Vegas, NV 89147


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Howard Hollingsworth STEAM Academy

1776 East Ogden Avenue

Las Vegas, NV 89101


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Dr. C. Owen Roundy Elementary School

2755 Mohawk Street

Las Vegas, NV 89146


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C.T. Sewell Elementary School

700 East Lake Mead Parkway

Henderson, NV 89015


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Myrtle Tate Elementary School

2450 North Lincoln Road

Las Vegas, NV 89115


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Ruby Thomas Elementary School

1560 East Cherokee Lane

Las Vegas, NV 89169


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J.M. Ullom Elementary School

4869 Sun Valley Drive

Las Vegas, NV 89121


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Fredric Watson Elementary School

5845 North Commerce Street

North Las Vegas, NV 89031


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Wendell P. Williams Elementary School

1030 J Street

Las Vegas, NV 89106


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What are the Family Engagement Resource Centers (FERCs)?

The United Way Family Engagement Resource Centers (FERCs) are focused on increasing district graduation rates through improving student attendance, grades, and credit acquisition along with college exploration and career readiness. The FERCs work primarily with identified groups of at-risk students. Through the United Way Women’s Leadership Council Grant. The centers offer workshops and classes for families and students. FERCs are located at two high schools and staffed with AmeriCorps personnel.


FERC at Clark High School

FERC at Silverado High School