You love what you do. Sharing that love can translate into a lifelong career for a DPSCD student. Teach your passion as a highly-qualified, experienced, industry-trained professional and help us put our students on the pathway to success. The Career and Technical Education Hiring Fair will be held at the Randolph Career and Technical Center on Thursday, April 26 from 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. Current instructional openings include, welding, robotics, CNC machining, culinary arts, IT, construction trades, agri-science, health sciences, business management, finance, automotive services, aviation, broadcasting, and radio/TV. All CTE instructional positions require valid/appropriate state of Michigan CTE credentials or qualifying work experience.
Results from last year’s administration of the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) – also known as “the nation’s report card” – were released today in Washington, D.C. The assessment, administered every two years to fourth and eighth grade students, provides a common measure of reading and math achievement across the country, and allows states and select urban districts to understand their progress.
DPSCD recently launched The Parent Academy – a program that promotes parental involvement that supports student and family success. Expected to serve over 7,000 parents and caregivers, The Parent Academy offers FREE classes, training and workshops in schools, libraries, community centers and faith-based institutions across Detroit. The mission of The Parent Academy is to provide the necessary tools and skills to build capacity and confidence in parents in order to support students academically, socially and emotionally. The Parent Academy focuses on three key pillars: Student Achievement – workshops and activities that provide strategies and tools for parents to support academic achievement at home and in school Personal and Professional Development – workshops that build confidence while addressing basic needs, employment,
As committed, Detroit Public Schools Community District is providing updated information regarding third-party, independent environmental reports to parents, families and staff regarding Palmer Park Preparatory Academy facility concerns. DPSCD is committed to making appropriate facility updates to ensure all students and staff return to a healthy and conducive learning environment.
Attention Palmer Park Parents and Guardians, Effective March 19, 2018 the Palmer Park Preparatory Academy will resume classes and activities at the Detroit International Academy for Young Women (DIA) located at 9026 Woodward Ave for the remainder of the school year. The decision for this temporary transition was made by Superintendent Nikolai Vitti, Palmer Park Academy teachers and faculty due to the immediate repairs needed for the building. Classes will resume on March 19 with a new bell time. School will begin at 9:20 a.m. and dismiss at 4:30 p.m. Please note, students reporting directly to DIA cannot be dropped off before 9 a.m. Because Palmer Park is separate from DIA, a designated entry and exit has been assigned for
Detroit Public Schools Community District announced the launch of the 5000 Role Models of Excellence Project for minority males in grades 6 through 12. This project is designed to develop a leadership pipeline for young men utilizing school-based and community mentors and role models through various methods of support including themed weekly meetings, a monthly speaker series, community service projects and college access support.The Detroit Board of Education members voted 7-0 to launch the 5000 Role Models Project to create and develop a pipeline of leadership from within the walls of the District’s schools. This project is a proven mentoring program that prepares young men for success, generated by role models in our schools who are supported by male mentors in the community. On Monday, October 30, 2017, representatives from DPSCD visited Miami, Florida to meet with staff from the 5000 Role Models Project department. The program was established in Miami 25 years ago by Congresswoman Frederica Wilson and is currently operating in two additional counties in Florida. This year marks the Silver Anniversary of the project.