Children do better in school when their parents are informed and take a regular, active interest in how they are doing. The new Parent Portal makes this easy. All the information you need is organized and easy to find.
Whether you’re at home, at work or at the library, you can logon to the Parent Portal anywhere that has Internet access and check up on your student.
Need to see if your student arrived to school on time? Did you see the latest test result? Wonder what you can do at home to help your student succeed? You’re just a click away.
Log on to the new Portal today and become an academic partner in your student’s learning. Visit Parent Portal to begin!
Homeless Education Network (HEN)
HEN provides supplemental educational supports for DPS students experiencing homeless situations. HEN is a resource for DPS schools to provide guidance and the connection to Denver-area support services for families experiencing homelessness. Learn more at Homeless Education Network (HEN)
Office of Family and Community Engagement (FACE)
FACE fosters a school community that is educated, engaged and empowered to share the responsibility and create thriving schools where every child succeeds. Learn more at Office of Family and Community Engagement (FACE).
Mi Casa is among Colorado’s oldest and largest Latino-serving nonprofit organizations. Since 1976, Mi Casa has been dedicated to advancing the economic success of Latino and working families in the Denver Metro area. Learn more at Mi Casa.
Mental Health Center of Denver (MHCD)
MHCD is Denver’s source for comprehensive and accessible mental health and substance abuse treatment, housing, education and employment services for adults. It is also the leading resource of treatment for children, teens and families. Each adult, family or child we serve has access to their full range of services. Learn more at Mental Health Center of Denver (MHCD).