Family & Students

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Parent Organizations

Parent Teacher Organizations

Volunteer child advocacy groups remind citizens of their obligations to children and provides parents and families with a powerful voice to speak on behalf of every child while providing the best tools for parents to help their children be successful students.

FECC (Early Childhood Center) PTO

Ferndale Elementary PTA

Ferndale Middle & High School PTO

University High School PTA

Community Ambassadors

The Ferndale African American Parent Network is dedicated to helping African American parents by bridging the gap between staff, administration, and teachers. By providing resources, programs, and training relevant to the African American community. The  FAAPN will provide a safe space for African American parents to voice their concerns regarding community and school issues. The group is centered around listening, providing information, and taking action on concerns voiced by parents, community members, and other stakeholders.

Ferndale African American Parent Network 

Transitioning into a new school district can be a little overwhelming. Ferndale Elementary parents have established some groups to help ease this transition.

Elementary Connections Group »