• Parent and Community Resources 
     
    The Tredyffrin/Easttown School District strives to provide parents, caregivers and families with resources to support the well-being and success of all students.  Please contact the appropriate group or organization for additional information. 
     
    Child Abuse
    • Childline, (800) 932-0313 - Report suspected child abuse

    • PA Family Support Alliance - Resources for Parents and Caregivers on topics, such as Preventing Child Abuse and Neglect; Parenting young children, school age children and teens; Challenging parent situations; Preventing sexual abuse of children; Positive Parenting

    Child Welfare
    • Chester County Children, Youth & Families - Social services to strengthen a family's ability to provide for the safety and well-being of each child 

    • Children's Dental Clinic, (610) 240-1213 - Dental services for local children

    Community
    • Chester County Department of Human Services - Community resource guide

    • Chester County Intermediate Unit -  CCIU's main services include special education and compensatory education programs; career, technical and customized education; mentor training and staff development; technology initiatives; consortia for school business operations; and curriculum services

    • DELTA - Districts Education and Learning Through the Arts

    • FLITE - Foundation for Learning in T/E 

    • T&E Care - Families helping families in Tredyffrin and Easttown Townships

    Mental Health

    Safety/Internet Safety

    Special Education
    • ARC of Chester County -  A provider of services to people with developmental and intellectual disabilities and their families

    • Autism Society of America - Information regarding treatment, education, research and advocacy for individuals across the spectrum

    • BUILD - Better Understanding of Individuals with Learning Differences

    • Education Law Center - An organization that helps ensure all children in Pennsylvania have access to quality public educational services and to the full range of educational options that are available to their peers

    • LD Online -  A guide to learning disabilities and ADHD

    • PA Department of Education: Special Education - An overview of special education services available through the PA Department of Education

    • PA Parent Guide to Special Education - A guide to special education for school age children

    • PaTTAN - Pennsylvania Training and Technical Assistance Network

    • Special Kids Network - An independent non-profit organization that provides funding for programs that help children and young adults with special needs 

    • TESD Office of Individualized Student Services - The Office of Individualized Student Services provides support, in conjunction with the regular education program, through a range of specialized student services

    Substance Abuse 
    • Alanon/Alateen - Support for family and friends of alcoholics

    • Area Residents Caring and Helping (ARCH) - A local resource to families as they help their children form a positive self-image, make healthy choices, and reduce the use of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs

    • COAD - Chester County Council on Addictive Diseases

    TESD Policies and Regulations