Parent Teacher Home Visit Project (PTHVP)
Closing the gap between parent and teachers immediately positions children to do better in school. DPSCD has committed to support our parents by creating an opportunity to receive a visit from one of their childs teachers. The Parent Teacher Home Project originated in Sacramento California and has been adopted by several school Districts across the Country and has proven to increase attendance; increase academic performance; and increase positive behavior in school.
Last school year teachers led nearly 2,800 visits to parents and students in their homes. We are proud that our teachers continue to exhibit their tremendous commitment and investment in our children and families and we will proudly continue to expand this program for the success of our children.
2018 pthvp schools:
Ann Arbor Trail
Bethune Elementary J.E. Clark Preparatory Academy
Bow John R. King
Brenda Scott Academy Mackenzie Elementary
Brewer Academy Marcus Garvey-African Centered
Bunche Marion Law Academy
Burns Elementary Marquette Elementary
Carleton Martin Luther King H.S.
Carstens Academy Mason Academy
Carver STEM Academy Munger Elementary
Charles Wright Academy Nichols Elementary/Middle
Coleman A. Young Noble Elementary
Davison Elementary Nolan Elementary/Middle
Denby High School Pasteur Elementary
Diann Banks Williamson Education Center Pershing H.S.
Dossin Elementary/Middle Priest
Durfee Pulaski Elementary/Middle
East English Village Roberto Clemente
Eastside Detroit Lions Academy Schulze Academy for Tech & Arts
Emerson Elementary/Middle Spain
Fisher Magnet Lower Academy Thirkell
Fisher Magnet Upper Academy Thomas A. Edison Elementary
FLICS Wayne Elementary
Gompers Elementary Middle Western H.S.