Cultural Excellence and Family Engagement
The Department of Cultural Excellence and Family Engagement is dedicated to the constant and beautiful work of creating support in which our scholars and families will be engaged, empowered, and inspired about learning.
Family Engagement is a required component of Title I, the largest federal funded education program in the United States. Greeley-Evans School District 6 developed a Family Engagement Plan to provide opportunities to create partnerships among families, schools, and the community. This plan enables parents to be aware of educational expectations and become a full participant in their child's academic success. Greeley-Evans School District 6 is committed to working with parents and families to lower cultural barriers through mutual respect and understanding of the diverse backgrounds represented in the community. This commitment is an effort to increase communication between families and schools, which will positively impact student achievement.
Through the Family Engagement Plan, each Title I school holds activities during the school year for families as a support system to assist in their child's learning and achievement. These activities may include: family literacy, ESL (English) classes, technology classes, parenting education, community connections and family events. Classes and events emphasize a shared responsibility for improved student academic achievement.
2020-2021 Title I Schools:
Dos Rios Elementary
Bella Romero Academy K-8
Salida del Sol Academy
If you are interested in volunteering at our schools, click here to get involved.
Thank you for visiting the Family Engagement website. We are always striving to meet the needs of families and their child's academic success.
For more information on Title I Programs, please to access the Colorado Department of Education webpage.