Connecting Parents to Educational Opportunities (CPEO)

Connecting Parents to Educational Opportunities (CPEO)

Connecting Parents to Educational Opportunities (CPEO)
 

Program Overview:

CPEO is a free program designed for parents that brings schools, parents, and the community together as equal partners in education so that all students can achieve their greatest academic potential. CPEO helps parents understand children’s social and emotional development, develop skills for navigating the school system and collaborating with staff, create home learning environments and learn about post-secondary and college options. 

Program Specifics:

  • CPEO runs for a total of five-weeks with classes occurring once a week in the evening Dinner, transportation, and childcare (for children ages three and up) are provided. 
  • The program is offered at over 30 MPS sites each year. Classes are available for parents of students in the elementary, middle, and high school grade levels. 
  • Class instruction is available in English, Hmong, Spanish, and Somali. Upon completing the program, parents will receive a certificate of graduation and certificates for free community education classes. 

If you are interested in having CPEO at your school, click here for more information. 

 

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CPEO Curriculum Highlights

Learn more about what CPEO instruction looks like.