Parent Involvement

Parents are asked to sign-up and help as teacher assistants six school days per year in the Preschool and Pre-K classrooms.  Parents of the Juniors class are asked to help once a month for two hours.

Why Parent Involvement is Important

Parents in the classroom raise the ratio of adults to kids and creates a parent-teacher bond between home and school.  We love having parents, grandparents, and nannies in our classrooms, and it adds another priceless opportunity for Child Priority kids.  Our school is here to also support parents, in what often is their first endeavor in school, as a parent.

Fundraising at Child Priority

Two fundraisers are an integral part of our program.  They offer us the opportunity to purchase new and innovative curriculum and equipment.

Families are asked to choose their level of participation upon enrollment.  Each year we sell monthly King Soopers gift cards for families to use and Butter Braids in September.

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