Community News

Updates on School-Community Supports and Partnerships

Triple-P Primary Care for Students and Families

Triple-P is an evidence-based parent support system designed to prevent - as well as treat - behavioral and emotional problems in children and teenagers. It aims to prevent problems in the family, school, and community before they arise and to create family environments that encourage children to realize their potential. Local child psychologist, Dr. Justin Naylor, is a certified Triple-P provider and is available for Triple-P referrals. Please click the link to Dr. Naylor's practice, WNY Center for Children and Families Psychological and Educational Services, to learn more or make a referral https://wnyccf.business.site/?utm_source=gmb&utm_medium=referral

Resources for Mental Health and Suicide Prevention

LCSD Homeless Liaison: Chelsea DelGiorno 266-6467 or cdelgiorno@lockportschools.net

Please contact Chelsea DelGiorno if you are concerned that you have a student coping with homelessness, there are supports in place for these students and their families. See below for additional resources for students experiencing homelessness.

Support for Families During Covid-19

Niagara Community Action Program

Support for families impacted by Covid-19.


Here are some items and assistance the Community Action Program can provide:


  • Thermometers
  • Personal protective equipment (i.e. face masks)
  • Cleaning/sanitizing supplies
  • Assistance with back rent/mortgage and utilities
  • Children's hair cuts
  • Food & nutrition


Those interested can call Kristen Burke from the Niagara Community Action Program at 433-6632 to set up an appointment . Appointments will be held at the Niagara Community Action Program 's 180 Washburn Street, Lockport location.

Grants and District/Community Programs

Pride in our Past...Faith in our Future



Holly Dickinson, Director