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Background Information

Employment History

Vision Training Associates Inc

Colorado NCLB Committee of Practitioners

Parent Engagement Manager

Denver Public Schools

Deputy Director

Colorado Statewide Parent Coalition

Trainer

Search Institute

Affiliations

Parent Liaison
Bilingual Middle Schools

Consortium Member
Colorado Family Literacy Consortium

Web References (59 Total References)


Unsung Heroines, from left, Olivia ...

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Unsung Heroines, from left, Olivia Mendoza, Olga Garcia, Julie Gonzales and Patsy Roybal.

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Unsung Heroines, from left, Olivia Mendoza, Olga Garcia, Julie Gonzales and Patsy Roybal.
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Patsy Roybal was the second-youngest of 10 children raised by a single mother in a Peñasco, N.M., home that had neither electricity nor running water. The family moved to Vail, where her mother was eventually promoted from hotel maid to head cook at the Holiday Inn. Patsy was the valedictorian of her Battle Mountain High School graduating class and received a full-ride scholarship to the University of Colorado Boulder. Today she is director of training and leadership development in the Denver Public Schools' Office of Family and Community Engagement.


Unsung Heroines, from left, Olivia ...

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Unsung Heroines, from left, Olivia Mendoza, Olga Garcia, Julie Gonzales and Patsy Roybal.

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Unsung Heroines, from left, Olivia Mendoza, Olga Garcia, Julie Gonzales and Patsy Roybal.
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Patsy Roybal was the second-youngest of 10 children raised by a single mother in a Peñasco, N.M., home that had neither electricity nor running water. The family moved to Vail, where her mother was eventually promoted from hotel maid to head cook at the Holiday Inn. Patsy was the valedictorian of her Battle Mountain High School graduating class and received a full-ride scholarship to the University of Colorado Boulder. Today she is director of training and leadership development in the Denver Public Schools' Office of Family and Community Engagement.


Parental & community involvement « Education News Colorado Opinion & Commentary

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With my questions in hand, I decided to visit Patsy Roybal. Patsy manages the Office of Parent Engagement for Denver Public Schools. Patsy and I had a long history of working to improve parent engagement in the district. She is a dynamic and avid crusader for parents in our schools.

After two hours, Patsy had convinced me that DPS has really made progress from where it had been five years ago. Her body of work in DPS is amazing.
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Alex Sanchez, director of the DPS Multicultural Outreach Office, hosts a live Spanish radio talk show four days a week to engage parents, and Patsy Roybal is often a guest on the show.


Colorado Statewide Parent Coalition - Staff

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Patsy Roybal

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Patsy Roybal - COPIRC Trainer Coordinator /CSPC Deputy Directorpatsy@coparentcoalition.org
Patsy is the Director of Education Programs for the Colorado Statewide Parent Coalition.Prior to this position, she was the Education Consultant for Assets for Colorado Youth.
Patsy worked eleven years for the Denver Public Schools, three years as a parent liaison for the Bilingual Middle Schools and eight years as a Family Resource School Coordinator at Cheltenham Elementary School.
Patsy has over 20 years experience working in the area of parent involvement and has developed and facilitated culturally appropriate parent empowerment programs designed to create effective home/school partnerships.
She has serves as a community representative on the Rocky Mountain SER Denver Head Start Parent Policy Council, the Denver's Great Kids Head Start Parent Policy Council, and co-chaired the Denver Public Schools Parent Empowerment Council.Patsy serves on a number of boards and committees including the Colorado NCLB Committee of Practitioners.


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Patsy Roybal

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Patsy Roybal
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Patsy Roybal, Director of Education Programspatsy@coparentcoalition.org Patsy Roybal is the Director of Education Programs for the Colorado Statewide Parent Coalition.Prior to this position, she was the Education Consultant for Assets for Colorado Youth.Patsy worked eleven years for the Denver Public Schools, three years as a parent liaison for the Bilingual Middle Schools and eight years as a Family Resource School Coordinator at Cheltenham Elementary School.Patsy has over 20 years experience working in the area of parent involvement and has developed and facilitated culturally appropriate parent empowerment programs designed to create effective home/school partnerships.She serves as a community representative on the Rocky Mountain SER Denver Head Start Parent Policy Council, the Denver's Great Kids Head Start Parent Policy Council, and was recently appointed as one of three chairs of the Denver Public Schools Parent Empowerment Council.

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