Welcome to the CPE

A child’s education is a partnership between families and educators. The level of family involvement is a key indicator of a student's academic success. CPE works to keep families up to date on resources, new initiatives, and opportunities for families to best support their student's educational journey.

The following resources are provided for families to support classroom learning and to extend learning at home. Please email us if you learn of any resources that should be included.

Helpful information for students, families, and educators to help navigate our new era of learning. Includes a suggested reading list for K-2 students.

Judy Reinhartz, PhD, has created an engaging collection of hands-on activities and math-themed books to maximize the vital relationship between literacy and math and to extend at-home learning.

Learning Santa Fe is a bi-monthly column in the Santa Fe New Mexican featuring commentary and opinions from Santa Feans on education matters.

CPE’s partner organization is inspiring kids to love math through interactive, hands-on activities, and resources for families and educators. Working to make math fun and relevant.

Our libraries are an incredible resource of books, including an extensive digital library; both in-person and virtual events; reading programs; and suggested reading lists for all ages.

The Santa Fe Public Schools Parent Academy provides free, in-person and virtual classes as a resource for parents to learn additional skills and gain valuable knowledge to support students on their educational path.

A starting point for families to learn more about what is taught in the classroom, how and why, including a link to the state standards.

A brief introduction into the world of standardized assessments, commonly called testing.

Information to help decipher your child’s report card and to maximize the invaluable parent-teacher conference.

From reading with a student to donating a gift card to a teacher, this is a varied list of suggestions for every parent and community member to support the classroom.

An entertaining and informative podcast for families to learn more about public education and supporting the classroom.

While many of these resources are on the SFPS website, we’ve gathered them in one place to help ease the transition back into a new school year and answer your most pressing questions.