How can I log on to create my own username and password? The Division of Family and Community Engagement (FACE) has licensed Connect with Kids WebSource (digital resources) and has been assigned an organization code that allows you to create your own user name and password. Click on the Sign Up button in the upper right hand corner of the homepage and follow the prompts to register and login.

How do I get the Parent Coordinator Community website organization code? Click here to receive an email response with your organization code. You can also contact Isabella Cardona, ICardona2@schools.nyc.gov, (212) 374-5163; or call Connect with Kids WebSource support at 1-888-594-KIDS (6847), extension 0.

Who uses Connect with Kids WebSource? Websource resources are ideal for a wide variety of participants, including students, parents, educators, staff (classroom teachers, guidance counselors, principals, school nurses, P.E. teachers, coaches, etc.); social workers; probation officers; hospital and health personnel. Any adult who wants to help improve the lives of children will find that WebSource is a great tool to help students relate to adults and each other. Educators and staff recognize that students feel connected and inspired by the videos’ real stories about real kids.

Additional ways that teachers, parents and community leaders use Connect with Kids digital resources include:

  • Health Class Technology/Computer Lab Individual or Group Counseling Parent-Teacher Conferences Mentoring Home-Viewing
  • Physical Education Peer Leadership Groups Homework One-on-one Sessions Advisory PTA Meetings
  • Journalism/Multi-media Assemblies Professional Development Group Sessions After School Programs Community Activities

Is there research supporting Connect with Kids programs? Yes. Connect with Kids methodologies are research-based and its programs are evidence-based. Connect with Kids Education Network has been designated an “Effective Producer” of programs by the U.S. Department of Education and appears on the prestigious U.S. Department of Education’s What Works Clearinghouse List. Read more at http://connectwithkids.com/research.

Have more questions? Please contact Isabella Cardona, ICardona2@schools.nyc.gov, (212) 374-5163. Or feel free to call Connect with Kids WebSource support at 1-888-594-KIDS (6847), extension 145..