Thank you for your interest in supporting Denver Public Schools!

In order to serve the diverse needs of our 90,000+ students, we are pleased to onboard partners who are committed to providing programs and services to DPS students.

Partnership Process

Denver Public Schools is pleased to introduce the DPS Community Partner Onboarding Process. The partner onboarding is managed by the Community Partnership Coordinator, Heather Intres, who facilitates the process with all DPS partners. The partnership process includes clear and concise agreements between the community partner and Denver Public Schools, packaged together to complete the DPS Partnership and Data Sharing Agreement.

The DPS Partnership and Data Sharing Agreement includes: district and partner responsibilities, confidentiality agreements, background check requirements, site/location schedule, and data sharing.

Are You a Community Partner? Click here to read more on what defines a Community Partner.

If you are an individual volunteer please visit the Website for Office of Volunteer Services or contact to begin the Volunteer Onboarding Process.

Community Partnership System

We are excited to announce the launch of the Community Partnership System (CPS). CPS is a comprehensive inventory of community partner organizations serving our schools and is currently serving as a reporting platform to help providers determine their impact on student outcomes. CPS is also provides tremendous free visibility for partners and their work in the district. Currently, over 300 partners who serve DPS have joined CPS.

We encourage all new and existing community partner organizations to visit the Community Partnership System to learn more about creating a profile in CPS.

Need more information? Please contact Heather Intres, the Community Partnership Coordinator, at or call (720) 423-1798 to get started in the new partnership process.

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