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For Families

When families, schools, and the community work together, students are more successful and the entire community benefits. Inspiring Minds is here to support families.

For Families

When families, schools, and the community work together, students are more successful and the entire community benefits. Inspiring Minds is here to support families.

Families, Schools, and the Community Working Together

When families, schools, and the community work together, students are more successful and the entire community benefits. Inspiring Minds is here to support families.

Parent Helpline

Parents/guardians can receive additional support with homework and distance learning by calling our parent helpline. (401) 274-3240

Our goal is to provide more virtual parent engagement opportunities and workshops. Please contact us for more information. Stay tuned for new developments!

Interested in finding a tutor/mentor for your child?

Inspiring Minds works in selected schools and with their teachers. Please click here to see if we are at your child’s school and then reach out to your child’s teacher to inquire about working with Inspiring Minds. If your child’s school is not listed, please call us at 401-274-3240 or email us at here.

Parent Consent forms

In order for your children to participate in our Tutoring and Mentoring programs (whether that be In-Person or Virtual), or our Pen Pals Club, we need a parent to fill out the necessary forms of consent. You may electronically complete the Google Forms, or you also have the option to email, mail or drop off the forms, to our office. Each document includes both English and Spanish translations.

Inspiring Minds
190 Broad Sreet
2nd Floor
Providence, RI 02903

Current Consent forms

Listed below are permission slips and forms for the 2020-2021 programs.

Tutoring and Mentoring Digital Consent Tutoring and Mentoring Consent Download
PDF ESPAÑOL
PDF ENGLISH

Pen Pals Digital Consent

Power Lunch Digital Consent
Power Lunch Consent (PDF download)

Have You Heard…

The class was very good today. When they were doing stations, they listened well and that was really nice. I’m glad to say that most of them are getting comfortable with me. Every time I have to roam around the room to check up on different kids, some of them always ask me to sit with them or ask me not to leave. I find it really cute when they randomly give me hugs too.

The most meaningful part of this experience to me is the experience itself, and everything that comes along with this experience. I like it because now it gives me a chance to figure out what I enjoy and what I can pursue later on as a career.

I saw progress with one child I work with. He spoke up in front of the class for the time. A very proud moment for me.