Provides opportunities for your family to get involved and gain support as you build your capacity to help your child reach educational success.
Is your child starting preschool or in K-12? Are you just learning English, technology or advocacy? There are parent groups, reading clubs and multi-session courses available to serve all BPS families.
Programs & Initiatives
Offers Boston families Level 1, 2, and 3 ESOL classes to build the language and communication capacity of parents.
Contact: Parent University, Carmen Vega, 617-635-9747, firstname.lastname@example.org or visit, Parent University
Parent Child Book Clubs
Engages parents and children in shared reading and builds understanding of how to read for enjoyment and deep comprehension. Contact: Parent University, Alice Levine, 617-635-7750, email@example.com or visit, Parent University
Teaches parents BPS basics to build their capacity to advocate for and support their children. Contact: Parent University, Caitlyn Tengwall, 617-635-7750, firstname.lastname@example.org or visit, Parent University
Play to Learn Groups
Parent-Child Playgroups provide early education for children, support for parents, and connections to BPS schools.
Contact: Countdown, Sonia Gómez-Banrey, 617-635-6816, email@example.com or visit www.countdowntokindergarten.org
School Parent Council (SPC)
SPC establishes an independent “voice” of ALL BPS parents through advocacy for students and schools. The SPC elects representatives to the School Site Council (SSC), promotes student learning and school improvement. Contact: School Support, Monica Lynch, 617-635-7750, firstname.lastname@example.org or visit, School Site Council.
Talk Read Play Campaign
Provides Boston families with children ages birth to five with information about child development milestones, activities to support growth and learning at home. Contact: Countdown, Josette Williams, 617-635-9288, email@example.com, or visit, www.talkreadplay.org.