School Support Programs

By partnering with various organizations and the surrounding community, College View Elementary is able to truly educate the whole child and create better world citizens. We are thankful for the support these programs provide, and would like to highlight a few of these special programs below.

Reading Partners

Reading Partners is committed to helping children of College View become lifelong readers by empowering communities to provide individualized instruction with measurable results.

For more information, contact:

Leslie Cairns, Room 121
leslie.cairns@readingpartners.org

City Year

At College View, seven City Year Denver AmeriCorps Members serve students in 3rd-5th grade. They serve full-time in school, beginning with cheering for students and greeting them by name as they arrive in the morning to provide a positive start to their day. In addition to these supports, City Year AmeriCorps Members assist in the school’s P.E. classes to ensure that every student is provided 40 minutes of athletic activity per day, instruct technology classes designed to increase students’ computer literacy and also lead Brain Break activities to replenish student energy in the morning. Overall, the City Year AmeriCorps Members support a plethora of school activities focused on providing students with a well-rounded, impactful school day.

For more information, contact:

Alex Diorio, Room 121

Center for Family Opportunity

Mile High United Way Center for Family Opportunity helps adults increase their self-sufficiency by providing free classes in financial literacy and career development, ESL and GED, tax preparation, and access to legal services. Through intentional collaboration with the community, this program supports individuals and families by providing a range of services that foster economic self-sufficiency. Classes are provided free of cost and are available for adults (18+).  All services are open to DPS parents and members of the community.

For more information, contact:

Yessica O’Connor, Main Office
720-424-8688
yessica_oconnor@dpsk12.org

Denver Inner City Parish

The Denver Inner City Parish welcomes and empowers people in need through support, determination, and community. Denver Inner City Parish is committed to strengthening Denver’s College View Community by providing programs in the area of education, hunger relief, community enhancement and economic development.

For more information, contact:

Larry Martinez
303-629-0636 x222
lmartinez@dicp.org

Denver Math Fellows

At College View, the Denver Math Fellows program works with 4th grade students who struggle with math to ensure that students have the opportunity to grow academically and to develop critical thinking and perseverance character traits. Our goal is for students to make two years of growth on the Scholastic Math Inventory (SMI) assessment and to support students in meeting proficiency in their grade level math.

For more information, contact:

Elario Rickey: Coordinator

Psychologist

Our school Psychologist, Cybeles Onuegbulem, works with students ECE to 5th Grade supporting students in class, with break out sessions, and group discussions. Cybeles is at College View 5 days out of the week to meet the social, emotional, and behavioral needs of students in our school.

For more information, contact:

Cybeles Onuegbulem, Room 134
Cybeles_onuegbulem@dpsk12.org
720-424-8721