CPEF
The COMSTOCK PARK EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION (CPEF) is a group of volunteer parents and community members who care about the quality of educations of students throughout the Comstock Park Public Schools District.  The CPEF works independently to raise money and then distribute funds in the form of grants. These grants are made possible through fund-raisers, donations, and memorial contributions.  

To learn more about the CPEF, our upcoming events or to request applications, please visit our WEBSITE.

PTO

The Comstock Park Parent and Teacher Organization (PTO) is organized for the purpose of supporting education of students of our three elementary buildings. The PTO works to enrich the education of the children by providing resources, fostering relationships among school, teachers, and home, while encouraging involvement in our schools.

Senior Citizen Information
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YMCA
Please click below for information regarding current program offerings from the Wolverine World Wide Family YMCA.

WEBSITE

CP Library
Please click below to find current programs being offered by the Kent District Library- Comstock Park Branch.

WEBSITE

CPPS E Letter "PANTHER PRESS"
We are excited and proud to bring you our e newsletter that is a monthly snapshot of our district. You can find current events involving our staff, students, and buildings, as well community information. New E letters are published the 15th of each month.

2016-2017 School Year

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CPPS Schoolhouse
Comstock Park also offers our quarterly printed newsletter, "Schoolhouse". This newsletter celebrates and highlights CPPS accomplishments while recognizing significant achievements. Please click below for an electronic version of newsletter.

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School News Network

Why School News Network?

Public education is the cornerstone of this nation's democracy, and our schools are the hubs of communities in every city, suburb and rural town. Education ranks consistently at or near the top of Kent County research on local priorities. The appetite for education news and information grows each year, among families and the general public.

While it was once possible to keep the community informed through an annual school open house and a newsletter (plus the news they'd hear at school sporting events, concerts, meetings), that just isn't enough anymore.

And with the tremendous changes in local media and a dozen years of education budget-cutting, it's become much harder for schools to provide the information the community is interested in – the news the public needs to truly understand and evaluate their school investment.

Providing this news is the purpose of our School News Network. This site offers a window into our schools – a behind-the-scenes look at the myriad ways the investment in public education is helping the community's children grow, learn and achieve.

Allison Kaufman and Ron Koehler, Managing Editors


Click here for the School News Network Website

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