Supporting our kids, families and staff

The purpose of Title I, Part A is to provide resources to schools and districts to ensure that all children have a fair, equitable and significant opportunity to obtain a high-quality education and close educational achievement gaps.

At Denver Public Schools, our department oversees the Homeless Education Network, Foster and Kinship Care, Migrant and Military-Connected programs. These programs:

  • Are part of Title I and support the compliance of Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA).
  • Provide supplemental resources, basic need items, and community navigation for parents, guardians and school staff.
  • Provide direct service and support from liaisons.

Click around our website to view qualifications, referral process, resources and contact information.

Housing Education

Stable and safe housing is important for every family. In recent years, affordable housing has become increasingly hard to obtain. While our staff are not housing specialists, we provide advocacy and resources. The Homeless Education Network is dedicated to housing, as well as providing helpful information to the community. Learn more about Housing Information, or speak with your liaison for ideas and support.

Get Involved

All four federal programs are continuously searching for ways to connect with the community in support of our students. All donations go directly to our families and schools. High request items include school supplies, hygiene items, and grocery and shoe gift cards. Unique requests include filled suitcases for foster care students, holiday gifts and dorm items for graduating seniors. Please check out each of our program sections to see how you can get involved.

Clothes to Kids

Clothes to Kids is a wonderful and free clothing resource for DPS students in need of clothing. All of our programs can provide a referral to their store. For more information, please visit the Clothes to Kids website or ask your liaison.