Parent Involvement

We are delighted to partner with our parents in the exciting, challenging and important adventure of preschool through 12th grade education.

The home-school partnership is strengthened with good communication. Let’s work together to celebrate success, to support and guide the children God has given you and brought to Denver Christian School.  Denver Christian School encourages parents to become involved through a variety of means.  Here is an introduction to some of our community organizations, for whom we are so grateful!

Parent Association

Parent AssociationDenver Christian School enjoys day-to-day communication and partnership with its parents through a variety of means.  One important avenue for parent involvement is our Parent Association. Working in close cooperation with the Director of Community Life, Rich Schemper, our Parent Association organizes and implements activities that build community among parents, increase service opportunities and provide support and tangible help to teachers.

Auxiliary

auxiliaryThe Denver Christian Auxiliary is a fundraising entity that supports targeted campus needs that are not covered by tuition dollars or other giving. These special needs have included campus improvements (carpeting, playground equipment, painting), new technology (interactive white boards, computer software), classroom resources (library books, curriculum materials), and professional development.

Booster Club

boosterThe Denver Christian Booster Club supports athletics and the fine arts at Denver Christian School.  The goal of the Booster Club is to influence every student who walks through our doors, whether our own students or visiting students who see what we do and how we live our calling. Fundraisers include, but are not limited to, concessions at athletic events, selling DCS apparel and logo items, and soliciting sponsors outside the school’s normal contributors.

Prayer Group

prayer_groupThe Denver Christian Prayer Group meets weekly to pray for the needs and concerns of its community. Following the guidelines of “Moms in Prayer,” an International Organization praying for children and school around the world, the DC prayer group covers the school, its students, faculty, and staff with prayer. We are all lifted up because members of the community took time to pray for us.