Family & Community Council


About the FCC

One of the basic beliefs at Century Park Learning Center is the importance of family and parent involvement in a child’s education. Our Family and Community Council (FCC) is our parent-teacher organization and oversees the extracurricular events at CPLC.
All CPLC parents and guardians are welcome and encouraged to attend our monthly meetings. This is a great way to get to know school staff members, how the school operates, and meet other parents. Check the school calendar for dates.

Why Should I Volunteer at Century Park?

Volunteers have an important and valuable role at CPLC, whether volunteering for the school or for the FCC. Getting involved in your child’s school has long-lasting, positive effects on both their academic performance and their overall attitude about school. It does not matter if you can only volunteer for one hour or one hundred hours over the course of the school year; any help you give is essential in enhancing the education of our students.

Some volunteers might assist in the classroom with instructional or clerical tasks. Others may help shelve books in the library, chaperone field trips, or work with the FCC. Some examples of FCC fundraisers and events include the CPLC Art Walk, sub sales, roller-skating parties, and a lip sync show every other year.
Besides supporting the school, your volunteer efforts teach our children the joy and obligation we all have to give some of our precious time to worthwhile causes. We hope you find your volunteer experience to be a rewarding one.

The #1 reason why parents don’t get involved with their children’s school is because they’re not asked. Please consider yourself asked. Simply fill out the district's volunteer background check form to get started today.