THE PROGRAM THAT HELPS YOU SUPPORT YOUR CHILD!
Parent Academy for Student Success (PASS) is a FREE program that is open to all Westminster Public Schools parents, including Spanish speakers. PASS helps you open the door to opportunities for your children by giving you the knowledge and skills to help your student be ready for life after high school. Based on a program that has benefited students and families for more than 30 years, PASS teaches you how to help your child prepare for their career and college, beginning as early as elementary school!
WPS PARENTS - Do you want to learn how to help your kids be prepared for high school and beyond? Come get important information from PASS!
During this difficult time, it is very important to stay connected with the school and learn more about all WPS has to offer. You can graduate from PASS from the comfort of your computer!
- Offered in both English and Spanish
- At your own place
Contact Claudia Glascock, PASS Coordinator for more information:
PASS launched in spring 2017 and has since celebrated six graduating classes. Cohorts have been held at Scott Carpenter Middle School, Shaw Heights Middle School, Ranum Middle School, Westminster High School, Hodgkins Elementary School, and Harris Park Elementary School. The PASS program will be launched virtually in the Fall of 2021. Elementary parents, please take the time to learn this important information early in your children's education. The classes are offered in both English and Spanish, and all WPS families are invited to attend. The program will be held at a different school every semester, when the circumstances allow us, to bring this valuable information to every school community across the district over the next six years. In the meantime, you may take advantage of the opportunity to participate virtually!
Mission: To provide families with the knowledge and skills to partner with schools and communities to ensure their children achieve their full potential.
PASS Coordinator: Claudia Glascock
Nationally, PIQE has graduated 660,000 parents, in 15 states, which has positively impacted over 2 million of their students in their quest to pursue higher education.
Locally, PASS has been offered in 5 middle, high, and elementary schools graduating over 350 parents and positively impacting over 700 of their students in their quest to pursue higher education.
This year PASS supported parents at Harris Park Elementary School and will be starting at Mesa Elementary School in the Spring!