Connecting Parents to Educational Opportunities (CPEO)
Wednesday, September 11, 2019 7:50 AM

Justice Page Middle School, in partnership with the Office of Communications, Engagement and External Relations, will be offering the CPEO program at our school again this year. CPEO is a free program, designed for parents, meant to develop equal partnership with families. CPEO curriculum helps families understand children’s social and emotional development, and develop skills for navigating the school system and collaborating with staff.

Program Specifics:

  • CPEO runs for 5 weeks
  • Classes are once a week
  • Dinner, transportation, language support, and childcare are provided
  • Language support in English, Hmong, Spanish, and Somali
  • Upon completion you will receive a certificate of graduation and a free community education class

Location and Times:

Justice Page Middle School
Media Center
6:00pm-8:00 pm

Thursday, September 12
Thursday, September 19
Thursday, September 26
Thursday, October 3
Thursday, October 10

Topics covered include:

  • Stages of teen development
  • Emotional needs of a middle school student
  • Preparing for middle school
  • High school planning charts
  • Levels of parent participation in the school
  • Role of the School Counselor
  • Meeting with the Principal

For more information, see the CPEO Weekly Schedule. To register, print the registration form at the bottom of the CPEO flyer, fill it out, and drop it off in the main office.