For nearly two decades, District 203 has partnered with Dr. Joyce Epstein at the National Network of Partnership Schools sharing research and best practices around a model designed to leverage school/family/community resources to ensure the best outcomes for all school children.
The School Family Community Partnership (SFCP) is an organization composed of staff and parent volunteers working together at every school to provide activities for students, families and community members for the purpose of enriching the students’ experiences and supporting each school improvement plan.
Activities can be designed to help specific school programs, improve school climate, provide family services and support, increase parents’ skills and leadership, connect families with others in the school and in the community and help teachers with their work.
For more information about the SFCP teams at each District 203 school, contact the Department of Community Relations at 630.420.6575 or visit the website.
School Family Community Partnership Representative:
Debbie Crossett, Volunteer, School Family Community Partnership