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Family Empowerment Team

Superintendent Parent Forum 2017

About Us

We are dedicated to developing educated, engaged, and empowered parents and staff who are academic partners in student success. The three components of work the Family Empowerment team provides consist of: FACE professional development, Parent Empowerment & Leadership Training, and School-Based Family Engagement Programs.

Why Family Empowerment?

Research has continually found that family and community engagement in children’s learning directly and positively impacts children’s academic achievement and well-being. Although there are many ways to involve parents, there are specific activities and behaviors that have a greater impact on increased academic achievement.

The Family Empowerment Team is dedicated to developing educated, engaged, and empowered parents and staff who are partners in creating great schools in every neighborhood where Every Child Succeeds.

Parent Teacher Home Visits

Too often, a home visit from a teacher means one thing to a family: trouble. But with the Parent Teacher Home Visit (PTHV) Program, the goal is to start by building a strong and positive relationship between the family and the school. The visits begin with the teacher asking about the family’s hopes and dreams for their child. By involving the parents and families, we create a better chance of success for students.

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Parent Teacher Home Visit
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FACE University

The Family and Community Engagement department offers resources where DPS community and families are able to access parent and family tips, tools, webinars, and trainings to support, advocate, and engage your students from a click away! 

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Volunteer Services

The mission of DPS Volunteer Services is to provide resources to the DPS Community that support the engagement of volunteers in ensuring that Every Child Succeeds.

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Volunteer services
Collaborative School Committee

Collaborative School Committees

The Collaborative School Committee (CSC) brings together families, staff and community members to create and implement a plan to promote high achievement within a school. This committee meets on a regular basis throughout the school year and is an opportunity for key stakeholders to have a voice in their school. Colorado law requires all schools to have a CSC to increase the amount of accountability and family involvement in our schools.

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