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Welcome to the DCP Parent Hub

DCP families will be empowered and encouraged to engage in their student’s academic journey and become active partners in creating a school community where all students thrive.

Parent & Student Handbook

School Values & Policies

PowerSchool

COVID-19 Updates

Meet our Family Engagement Manager:
Mercedes Carbajal  

Downtown College Prep firmly believes that we can only accomplish our mission of college success by working closely with students and their families. We view family engagement as a shared responsibility where schools actively engage families in meaningful ways while focusing on student learning, development, and community. We recognize and respect that every parent is able to be involved at different levels due to unique circumstances such as family, work, health, and even cultural reasons. Regardless of each family’s particular needs, we encourage every parent/guardian to play a role in supporting their child’s education. Therefore, our schools offer different ways to partner with us as a parent/guardian. Contact: mcarbajal@dcp.org 408-271-8120 ext 123

Featured Resources

(CANCELED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE DUE TO POOR AIR QUALITY)

Food Distribution at DCP 

Fridays 9am-12pm at 1402 Monterey Rd. Open to the community. Sign-up with Sacred Heart Community Services to receive alerts for other services they offer, link for registration below. 
 

EveryoneOn - Digital Divide

EveryoneOn is a nonprofit dedicated to creating social and economic opportunity by connecting low-income families to affordable internet service and computers, and delivering digital skills training. Find low-cost internet, affordable computers and digital skills training in your area. 

Visit: https://www.everyoneon.org/

Affordable Internet through AT&T

AT&T is offering Access from AT&T, which provides home internet access to eligible California households for $10 per month. To qualify, the household must have at least one resident who receives Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits. There is no fee to apply or process applications and a deposit is not required. Additionally, Access is temporarily expanding eligibility based on income* and to households participating in National School Lunch Program/Head Start and waiving all home internet data overage fees.

Visit att.com/access or call 1-855-220-5211 for complete information and to apply.

Question of the Week 

What should I do if I haven't received my P-EBT card yet?

If you got an email saying your card is on its way, but you haven't received it yet, it may have been sent to the wrong address. Follow these instructions to get a new card:

  • Call the EBT Customer Service Center at (877-328-9677)
  • Select your language
  • Select "0" when they ask for a card number
  • Select "report lost" or "unauthorized card use"
  • They will connect you with someone
  • Tell the representative that you are missing your P-EBT card

If the EBT Customer Service Center confirms that your card was sent to the wrong address, please call the P-EBT helpline at 833-780-0353 or leave a message here. They will update your address and send you a new P-EBT card.

Stay Connected!

Sign up for Text Notifications from your school! Text  "Y" or "YES" to 67587

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Upcoming Events

October 21
October 29

DCP Alum Rock
Middle School

Grades 6 - 8
2888 Ocala Ave.,
San Jose 95148
408-942-7000

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DCP El Camino
Middle School

Grades 5 - 8
1402 Monterey Hwy.,
San Jose 95110
408-384-4040

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DCP Alum Rock
High School

Grades 9 - 12
1776 Educational Pk. Dr.
San Jose 95133
408-384-4554

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DCP El Primero
High School

Grades 9 - 12
1402 Monterey Hwy.,
San Jose 95110
408-271-1730

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