About the Program
Connecting Parents to Educational Opportunities (CPEO) is a seven-week curriculum based program designed for parents; bringing schools, parents and community together as equal partners in the education of students.
CPEO provides a framework for creating a community in which parents and teachers collaborate to transform students' educational environment, both at home and at school, so that all students can achieve their greatest academic potential.
Each level of the curriculum offers grade appropriate information including the following:
Additional facts about the program:
To learn about CPEO, click the image above to watch an 11-minute video.
August 24, 2012 - Congratulations! CPEO receives the "Promising Partnership Practices 2012 Award" from the National Network of Partnership Schools, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland.
Parents are the first teachers! Minneapolis parents return to the classroom to help their students become career and college ready. Copy and paste the link below
"Parent Rights & Responsibilities"
Saturday, February 8, 2014
Minneapolis Public Schools Davis Center, 1250 W. Broadway, Mpls., MN 55411
"Education as a Civil Right
Rights of Undocumented Parents & Students"
Saturday, April 12, 2014
Richard Green Centeral School, 3416 4th Avenue South, Mpls., MN 55408
Saturday, May 10, 2014
South High School, 3131 19th Avenue South, Mpls., MN 55407