Community & Parents for Public Schools (CPPS) of Seattle is a citywide network of parents and community members working as one to ensure quality public schools for all Seattle children.
CPPS is investing in training curricula and local trainers that bring educational data, systems information and parent rights and responsibilities to life. Learn more about our training programs and how you can participate!
It is free, and we provide translation as needed, and supervised children’s activities for ages 3 and up. Potential participants should contact firstname.lastname@example.org and specify their name, school, phone or email contact, and ages of children needing childcare
CPPS believes that every child and family in every neighborhood deserves the opportunity for excellent educational quality. However, our district leaders haven’t clearly described that for us, so in southeast Seattle, some parents are describing it for themselves.
Read more about the Parents’ Bill of Rights for Quality Neighborhood Schools.
We engaged in some powerful discussions about 21st Century Parent Engagement with Superintendent Dr. Susan Enfield and the regional Executive Directors of Seattle Public Schools, and we celebrated the power of parent leadership training at the 2011 CPPS Annual Meeting. We are excited about our parent-led action initiatives.
A chapter of Parents for Public Schools, CPPS unites parents, through community-based training and study groups, to engage with and advocate for a great public education system in Seattle.
Join the CPPS community of public school advocates and share our vision for great Seattle schools.