What is the R.A.M.S. Family Resource and Youth Services Center?
Kentucky Family Resource and Youth Service Centers were established as part of the Kentucky Education Reform Act (KERA) of 1990. It is the goal of our center to bridge the gap between home, school, and the community ensuring a cohesive effort in the education our children. The R.A.M.S. FRYSC is here to provide support and assistance to children and families of Raceland-Worthington Independent Schools. We aim to eliminate or reduce barriers that hinder a child’s success in school and prevent students reaching their full potential into adulthood.
Who Can Use R.A.M.S. Family Resource and Youth Services Center?
The Center serves all children and families in the Raceland-Worthington School District. Any family and/or student in the Raceland-Worthington School System is eligible for services, regardless of income.
FRYSC Mission Statement:
To enhance students’ ability to succeed in school by developing and sustaining partnerships that promote:
- Early learning and successful transition to school;
- Academic achievement and well-being; and
- Graduation and transition into adult life.