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Welcome to the Henderson Premier Schools Partnership!
The Henderson Premier Schools Partnership is a collaborative effort of the Henderson Community Education Advisory Board, local schools, community leaders, City government and the public to improve student outcomes. The PSP fund is administered by The Public Education Foundation and invests in dynamic initiatives and programs that improve public education in Henderson.
Mayor March's Message
Hello Henderson Residents!
As Mayor, I hear regularly from Henderson residents that value providing our students with a quality education and are proud of our Henderson schools.
Our residents have also said they want the City to take on a stronger role in education. The City listened to what we've heard and established the Community Education Advisory Board to bring parents, educators, community and business leaders together to improve student outcomes. The Henderson Premier Schools Partnership is a primary link between the community and the Advisory Board.
This collaboration is designed to increase local input and improve the educational experience in Henderson schools. We are excited for the chance to work together to make a positive impact on our local students and schools.
How can you help?
Get Involved Today!
Volunteer at your local school
Enroll in the School-Community Partnership program through CCSD
Designate your Charitable Giving Campaign contributions to the Henderson Premier School Partnership.
Support local schools through The Public Education Foundation
Your Donations are Tax Deductible:
The Public Education Foundation is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt corporation. All donations to the Foundation are tax deductible including the Henderson Premier School Partnership Fund. Tax ID 88-0275767.
News & Events
November 6, 2019
May 21, 2019
City Council Approves Nearly $2.2 Million for Local Education Needs
Mayor Debra March, the Henderson City Council and the Henderson Redevelopment Agency approved the distribution of nearly $2.2 million in combined funding on Tuesday for local classroom, student and teacher needs as part of the city’s ongoing commitment to education. The funding will be used for a variety of needs, including: technology resources for students like laptops and Chromebooks, school library improvements, enhanced reading and math curriculum, after-school tutoring programs and an innovative behavioral program designed to treat students suffering from childhood trauma.
Community Education Advisory Board Hosts November Public Meeting
The Community Education Advisory Board (CEAB), an advisory partner of the Premier Schools Partnership, and a Board & Commission of the City of Henderson, will be holding their next meeting to discuss the future of Henderson schools, local achievement efforts, goals and strategies for success.