Promising Partnership Practices

Each year schools, districts, organizations, and state members of NNPS share their success stories in the book Promising Partnership Practices. Published each year since 1998 this collection of books, features practices of school, family, and community partnerships that create a welcoming school climate and support student success from preschool through high school. For great ideas on building and strengthening your partnership program, be sure to check out the partnership practices from Center of Excellence Partner District schools.


Promising Partnership Practices at Johns Hopkins

The NNPS established at Johns Hopkins University annually publishes Promising Partnership Practices, a collection of activities contributed by schools, districts, states, and organizations that promote family and community engagement for fostering greater student academic achievement. Since it began in 1998, the collection boasts 1200 practices for increasing parent and community involvement in the lives of children in and of poverty.  NNPS members are encouraged to submit new and innovative best practices.

Click here to learn more about Promising Partnership Pracitces at Johns Hopkins University.

Award-Winning Promising Practices

2017

Alcorn Middle School
Columbia, SC
ELA Family Fun Night

Delmae Heights Elementary School
Florence, SC
Read for a Bead

John W. Moore Intermediate School
Florence, SC
The Kick Team

South Florence High School
Florence, SC
Highway to Higher Education

Watkins-Nance Elementary School
Columbia, SC
Dads, Donuts, and Discussion

W.J. Keenan High School
Columbia, SC
Literacy Enrichment

2016

Greenwood Elementary
Florence, SC
Literacy Night at the Museum

Heyward Gibbes Middle School
Columbia, SC
Bridging the Gap by Reading Everywhere

J.C. Lynch Elementary School
Coward, SC
Comprehension Retention

John W. Moore Intermediate
Florence, SC
Full S.T.E.A.M Ahead Engineering Club

Lucy T. Davis Elementary School
Florence, SC
Monster Mash Family Literacy Night

South Florence High School
Florence, SC
Man-Up Initiative: Male Mentoring

2015

Delmae Elementary – Manipulating Math
Center of Excellence to Prepare Teachers of Children of Poverty – Communication is Key to Making Partnership Work
Greenwood Elementary – All Pro Dads
John W. Moore Intermediate School – Moore Lions Club
South Florence High School – Hero Breakfast
South Florence High School – Pi R Squared: Partners in Resources and Resourcefulness
Wallace Gregg Elementary – Bully Free Kindness Challenge

2014

Briggs Elementary – Briggs Amazing Race: Family Edition
Delmae Elementary School – Skype Sessions for Individualized Learning
Center of Excellence to Prepare Teachers of Children of Poverty – Poverty Simulation
Greenwood Elementary – Learning at the Library
John W. Moore Intermediate School – Dads in the Dugout
South Florence High School – Simply the Best
McLaurin Elementary School –P.E.A.R.L.S

2013

Bradley Elementary School – Reading Room Makeover
Burton-Pack Elementary School – Math Night at the Piggly Wiggly
Carver Elementary School – Community Read-A-Thon
Delmae Elementary School – No Family Left Behind: ELL Translation Station
Florence County School District Three – Strengthen District Leadership for Partnerships
Center of Excellence to Prepare Teachers of Children of Poverty – Effective parent leadership Training in High-Poverty Schools
John P. Thomas Elementary School – Drama
Lake City High School – Panther College and Career Expo
Lee Central High School – Family Math Night
Lee Central High School – Books and Basketball Family Literacy Night
Timrod Elementary School – Timrod Pearls

2012

Annie Burnside Elementary School – Intramural Basketball for Intermediate Students
Delmae Elementary School – No Family Left Behind: Healthersize Night
Center of Excellence to Prepare Teachers of Children of Poverty – Add-On Certificate for Teaching in High-Poverty Schools.
Henry Timrod Elementary School – DIY Day: Dads Involved in Youth
Moore Intermediate School – Math Carnival
Richland School District One – Richland One Parent and Family Involvement Calendar

2011

Arden Elementary School – Empowerment through Conversation and Networking
Delmae Elementary School – Sip ‘N’ Sob
Center of Excellence to Prepare Teachers of Children of Poverty – Outreach Project
Lake City Elementary School – Takin’ it to the Streets
Main Street Elementary School – R.E.A.L. Men
Pate Elementary School –Camp Out for Literacy
Florence County School District Three – Parent Academy
Center of Excellence to Prepare Teachers of Children of Poverty – Organization Supports District Leadership
Main Street Elementary School – D.A.D.S.: College Bound or Left Behind?
Pate Elementary School – Fancy Nancy Evening of Fun
Wallace Gregg Elementary School – Book Patrol

2010

Florence County School District Three – Parent Academy
Main Street Elementary – D.A.D.S: College Bound or Left Behind?
Pate Elementary School – Fancy Nancy Evening of Fun
Wallace Gregg Elementary – Book Patrol

2009

Center of Excellence to Prepare Teachers of Children of Poverty – Summer Institute 2009

2008

Ballentine Elementary School – 100th Day of School Celebration…with a Twist
Creek Bridge High School – Reading Counts Books Review Celebration
Center of Excellence to Prepare Teachers of Children of Poverty – An Organization E-Brief

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