Parent School Partnership

The Parent School Partnership Program (PSP) is a series of classes for 3psptotreno09_300Elementary, Middle and High School Parents. It is a bilingual, research-based parent involvement curriculum that helps parents understand the school system, know their educational rights and responsibilities, navigate the road to careers and college, communicate with school staff more effectively and become advocates for their children.  The curriculum is based on the program from the Mexican American Legal Defense & Educational Fund (MALDEF) and has been adapted for schools in Nevada.  The program is essential for working with “hard to reach families” of diverse backgrounds. 

Download the PSP Curriculum:

  • Basics of Elementary Education
    Download this Zipped file to access the script and handouts in English and Spanish for the following 2 modules:
    ‘Getting to Know Your Child’s School’
    ‘Communicating with Your Child’s School’

  • Basics of Secondary Education
    Download this Zipped file to access the script and handouts in English and Spanish for the following 3 modules:
    'School Facts-School Tour'
    'Graduation Requirements'
    'Monitoring your Child’s Progress'

  • The Road to College
    Download this Zipped file to access the script and handouts in English and Spanish for the following 3 modules:
    'Why College'
    'How to Pay for College'
    'Field Trip to College or University'

  • Educational Rights and Responsibilities

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