We believe that fostering strong, authentic community connections is one key to supporting Greenville County’s public schools, students, and teachers. That’s why we bring together communities of students, teachers, families, volunteers, local businesses, and non-profit support networks as active partners in public education.
We engage communities by building collective understanding about public education, finding common goals and inspiring action. Through our community partnerships, we seek meaningful solutions to the challenges faced by our local school district and create the conditions that strengthen and support student achievement in Greenville County Schools.
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Make Summer Count
Public Education Partners’ Make Summer Count program has been proven to have positive outcomes for all participating children in building at-home libraries, engaging families in reading and reducing summer reading loss.
OnTrack Greenville is a community-wide partnership between high-need public middle schools and multiple service-providing community organizations to help middle school students stay on the path to high school graduation and build a thriving future.
Public Education Partners, in partnership with Ten at the Top, holds bi-annual community forums for K-12, higher education, and business stakeholders. These forums provide an opportunity for collaboration across sectors to identify issues and develop innovative solutions.
Volunteers are the lifeblood of our Make Summer Count Program, particularly for our Family Reading Nights. Click here to find out more details about how to become a volunteer for Public Education Partners in a variety of capacities.