Improve a School: Donate Time & Money

Published on December 10, 2013

Here are a few ways that you can get involved and help improve your child’s school:

1. Volunteer in a classroom:

Teachers can always use more help, and your child may benefit from having you in the classroom. Be sure to talk to the teacher about volunteering expectations. You can find more information about volunteering in Denver Public Schools here.

You can also volunteer in schools through a variety of organizations. Reading Partners is a great example; make sure to check for similar organizations in your district.

2. Donate to a local classroom through DonorsChoose:

Did you know that 91% of teachers spend their own money on school supplies and basic necessities for their students? Ask your teacher how you can help cover for projects at your child’s school, or help another teacher by sponsoring a classroom on the DonorsChoosewebsite.

3. Post a review of your child’s school:

You can do this on Colorado School Grades or If you love your school, share with other parents who are looking for a great school. If you feel that your school needs some improvement, posting some constructive feedback or ideas for improvement online might help motivate school leaders to make changes.

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