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The MTPS Board of Education will be offering a series of virtual parent/guardian academies which are designed to provide parents/guardians the opportunity to participate in workshops that align with their needs and provide information to help foster a stronger home to school connection. Specific examples of parent academy choice selections are provided below.  
 
In addition to parent academies, the MTPS Board of Education is also planning a town hall-style meeting sometime in the spring.  Different than parent academies, a town-hall will be planned in order for the Board of Education to discuss topics that traverse their purview with the community. Specific examples of town-hall choice selections are provided below.  
 
Please consider responding to the following survey to provide valuable feedback on parent academies and a town-hall meeting: MTPS Parent Academy & Town Hall Survey 2023
 
The survey will close Tuesday, January 3, 2023.
 
 
 
 
 
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Monmouth County Department of Health

Starting today, April 20th, any Monmouth County residents in need of COVID-19 related emotional support can contact the Monmouth County Department of Health hotline at 732.845.2070. After initial contact with DRCC at the hotline, anyone in need of additional support will be directed to call Mental Health Association of Monmouth County at (732) 542-6422 to be connected to a licensed professional. MHA Monmouth County will answer calls live Monday-Friday from 9am-5pm.



MHA Monmouth County has put together a network of 60 volunteer licensed professionals who are providing up to 6 free telephonic support sessions. After 6 calls, if the resident is in need of ongoing behavioral health services, they will be referred to one of our community agencies.

Payment Assistance for Gas and Electric (PAGE)

The Affordable Housing Alliance (AHA) has been providing housing and other support services for over 25 years in New Jersey. Utility assistance is one of the support services which AHA has been administering for over eight years. To find out more information about the Payment Assistance for Gas and Electric (PAGE) click on the attached letter from the AHA. The funds from PAGE are available to help our fellow NJ residents who are struggling to keep up with their utility bills.

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