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Schools & Programs

Engagement Opportunities

We are dedicated to connecting to students, staff, families, and community members through a variety of programs.

Engagement is critical to building stronger relationships and promoting collaboration among all stakeholders. When everyone is invested in our shared mission of preparing students for success, we can achieve great things together.

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Parents and community members are valued and welcomed partners in our schools.
Our volunteer family is made up of parents, students, grandparents, community senior citizens, school business partners, and community organizations.

Visit our Volunteers page

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PTA/PTSA (Parent Teacher Association)

PTAs/PTSAs provide support and resources to enhance the school learning environment.
To join, contact your school’s PTA president or District PTA President Latasha Moorhouse.

Visit the District 23 PTA Facebook

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School Improvement Council (SIC)

SIC is a community advisory group comprised of parents, teachers, and community members established in every school.

Visit our SIC Page

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Partners In Education/Business Partners

All schools in the district as well as several school programs and school PTAs have one or more business or community partners.

Visit our Business Partners page

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Parent & Family Engagement Centers

Our Parent & Family Engagement Centers house a wide variety of award-winning, engaging and exciting materials and games for parents to check out and take home to use with their children. 

Visit our parent & family engagement centers page

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Special Services Parent Liaison Group 

Our main purpose is to facilitate supportive connections between Special Services Families and Dorchester School District Two. We provide guidance, resources, and information to families.

Visit the SSPL Page