Our Partners

  • University of Denver Bridge Project provides after school support for Trevista students at the Quigg Newton Community Center including literacy education, mentoring, tutoring, and technology training.
  • City Year provides mentors for Trevista students. They facilitate a walking school bus for students who do not have access to transportation, provide help with math and literacy, assist with attendance and behavior initiatives, and conduct many after school activities including our optional (and full) Homework Club.
  • Reading Partners is an organization that provides additional literacy intervention for students at Trevista. Each student who participates in Reading Partners has 2 one-on-one tutoring sessions that last 45 minutes each week. The tutors are all volunteers! If you are interested in becoming a volunteer at Trevista, please contact: kristen.rochester@readingpartners.org.
  • Literacy Fellows is a DPS program that helps close the opportunity gap by providing additional guided reading to students in order to accelerate their literacy growth.  Students who are in lit lab are in a small group daily.
  • Math Fellows is a DPS program that helps close the opportunity gap by providing small group math instruction to students in math in order to accelerate their academic growth. Students who are in math lab are in a small group daily.
  • Wilfley Boys & Girls Club provides after school support to Trevista students and families including homework help, dinner, and athletic opportunities.
  • Denver Parks & Recreation at Aztlan provides programming throughout the year for Trevista students (all students are able to receive a free pass through the My Denver Card).
  • Northwest Denver Optimist Club raises money every year to support Trevista for a variety of initiatives including: RIF (one free book for every student twice a year), chess club, dinner at family nights, sponsoring field trips, etc.
  • Food for Thought Denver provides weekend meals to every student (a power sack with about 15 food items) to ensure that students arrive on Monday ready to learn!
  • Discovery Link (formerly Fit Fun) is a before and after school care program that supports students and families who work early and/or late. The early riser program begins at 6:30 and goes until 8:15 and the after school program goes from 3:15-6:00. At Discovery Link, students are able to work on school work, other projects, and physical wellness. We currently have a wait-list but if you would like more information, please email Alyssa_Wiggins@dpsk12.org.