Parent Info

Career Street Outreach letter to parents.pdf

What is Career Street? Hopefully your middle school or high school student has talked about this career exploration opportunity. This is your chance to...

Be a part of education

Be a part of workforce development

Be a part of Career Street

The attached letter explains how you or your employer can become involved.

ECTS Parent Portal

If you are a parent of a student who attends the Erie County Technical School, please visit the ECTS Parent Portal. The portal contains many valuable resources, including school information, grades, and attendance.

Visit the ECTS Parent Portal

Miscellaneous Forms & Resources

Housing/Parental Resources

Right to Know

Student Travel/Work Permit/Misc Info

Information for School Volunteers

Policy 916 - School Volunteers

Clearance Renewal Guidelines for Volunteers

FBI Fingerprint Check Application Procedures -MUST be completed by Volunteer Coaches and Overnight Chaperones

-Please enter PA Department of Education Service Code 1KG6XN to register

Volunteer Affirmation Statement

*The Affirmation Statement replaces the fingerprint check for those who have lived in PA for 10 consecutive years; NOT APPLICABLE to Volunteer Coaches or Overnight Chaperones

PA Child Abuse History Clearance Procedures

PA State Police Criminal History Record Check

Volunteer Reimbursement Form

Volunteer Checklist (Policy 916 AR-4)

Free Books for Children Under 5

Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library will help you read with your child. There are many reasons parents do not read to their child, but we can eliminate one of them. Every child will have books of their very own, at no cost to you, thanks to United Way of Erie County and Dolly Parton. Each month a new, carefully selected book will be mailed in your child’s name directly to your home. He/she can look forward to new and exciting reading adventures from Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library until he/she turns five years old as long as you remain a resident of Erie County. Should the child move outside Erie County, he/she automatically exits the program.

For additional information or to enroll in this free program, please visit the United Way website.