Families and Educators Together (FET) is a team of family members from underrepresented communities and educators that collaborate to support the success and well-being of students and improve family members connection with the school. The school needs your voice to help create a stronger school community for all. For more information or to participate please contact Ari Gerzon-Kessler at 720-561-6123 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The purpose of the PARITY program is to uncover the power and knowledge that Latino parents possess to actively advocate for the educational success of their children. For more information or to participate please contact Ere Juarez at 720-313-4432 or email@example.com.
Latino Parent Advisory Council (CAPL). The Latino Parent Advisory Council was created to facilitate meaningful conversation between the Latino community of Boulder County and the school district. Every two months, CAPL will meet with BVSD leaders to talk about important issues for Latino parents and the school district. For more information or to participate, call Ari Gerzon-Kessler at 720-561-6123 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Digital Divide Collaborative is series of eight basic computer skill classes for Spanish-speaking parents. Participants who complete the class receive their own Chromebook. For more information or to participate, please contact Lara Van Matre at 720-425-4170 or email@example.com.
Escuela de Padres y Madres are classes designed to help parents regulate emotions, learn how to tolerate stressors in their lives and to live a positive lifestyle. These new skills help to improve the couple’s quality of life by strengthening meaningful relationships with their partner, their children, their family and are skills for life in general. For more information or to participate, please contact Elena Aranda at 303-443-9899 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Boulder Family Literacy Program helps parents actively support their children's education through participation in programs such as Adult Education, including English as a Second Language and GED classes. Para más información o para participar comunica con Missy Cowan a 720-561-5826 o email@example.com.
The Parents of Color Council was formed in recognition of a need for BVSD to create a more equitable and inclusive environment for "marginalized" populations within our school district. While the questions are general and open-ended we focus them on the families who are under-represented so that we can better support and help facilitate opportunities, platforms, forums, and structures that provide safety, precise resources, and support as needed. The council meets on the first Thursday of the month. If you are interested in being a part of this council, email Amy Nelson at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 720-561-6030.