Scholar Tech Support

To request support for DPAC-issued Chromebooks or laptops, click here.

Infinite Campus Scholar and Family Portals

Please click here to access Infinite Campus for scholars and families.


Elementary, Middle, and High School NDE Report Cards

Please click here to find the NDE Report Cards for DPAC schools.  In the drop down menu please select the State Public Charter School Authority as the school district, then you will be able to search for your school.

Scholar and Family Handbook

Please click below to view copies of the 2022-2023 DPAC Family Handbook.

DPAC K-12 Family Handbook 2022/2023
Manual Familiar de DPAC K-12 2022/2023 En Español

Testing Security, Schedule, and Contacts

Please click here to learn about the DPAC testing environment.

Emergency Operations Plan

The DPAC Emergency Operations Plan is reviewed by a development committee each year in accordance with requirements from the Department of Public Safety, Division of Emergency Management. The latest review was completed on August 29th, 2022.

Additionally, DPAC has developed this COVID-19 Operational Safety Plan.

After-School Programs

For information or to enroll your scholar in the DPAC after school program, please email

Are You Experiencing Homelessness?

DPAC Families, we’d like to inform you that there is a program that provides support to families facing homelessness. The McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act allows our school to provide educational support and other resources to families experiencing homelessness. It is important to note that homelessness encompasses several categories including families that lost their housing and are living with other families or relatives due to economic hardship. It also includes families living in a motel, car, park, emergency or transitional shelter.
Please complete THIS SURVEY so we may determine whether or not your family qualifies for educational support and other resources through the McKinney-Vento Act.

Know Your Rights
Students who are experiencing homelessness are also granted special rights under the McKinney-Vento act. For more information please use the following links:
Know Your Rights for school-age youth (English)
Know Your Rights for school-age youth (Spanish)
Know Your Rights for Parents (English)
Know Your Rights for Parents (Spanish)

The DPAC McKinney-Vento Family Liaison is Alison McMullen.
Please reach out to her for more information and support.
Phone number: 702.278.6784
Email Address:

English Learners 

As a charter school member of the State Public Charter School Authority (SPCSA) we annually share our data regarding English Learner scholars who attend DPAC. We encourage everyone to view DPAC’s EL Data Here

Meal Program

Please click here for Democracy Prep at the Agassi Campus’ Wellness Policy. Contact Jeremy Wells, Director of Operations, with your questions or to join the Wellness Committee. The latest policy assessment is available here.

DPAC offers all scholars at all three campuses free breakfast and lunch during regular school days.


DPAC has been granted a Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) for School Year 2022-2023. Click here to view the letters that were sent to all families.

DPAC provides this Civil Rights Complaint Form to anyone wishing to file a civil rights complaint. The form is used to document the complaint. DPAC’s Civil Rights Complaint Coordinator logs the complaint which is sent directly to the USDA which investigates and process complaints alleging discrimination.


School Performance Plan (SPP)
Democracy Prep at the Agassi Campus (DPAC) has established their school improvement roadmap for the 2022-23 school year.  This school performance plan includes the campus’s goals and process developed during Act 1. This plan will be revisited at least three times this year during Act 2 to monitor progress and once in Act 3 to assess and update the goals. Please click on the provided link to view the relevant SPP:

English Learn Pupil and Parental Rights
Please follow THIS LINK FOR ENGLISH, or click on the form links below to read your rights in the language of your preference. English

Plan for Restorative Discipline
At Democracy Prep at the Agassi Campus, promoting scholars’ social and emotional well being is a key priority. A critical component of ensuring the social and emotional wellbeing of scholars is ensuring that our network has an effective plan for restorative discipline. In order to execute on this plan, Democracy Prep Public Schools partners with Morningside Center to create and implement restorative practices. Please follow THIS LINK to view the full plan.

DPAC Title I Documents

Title I Notification Letter
Title I School-Parent-Family Compact
Title I Code of Conduct(Honor)
Title I School-Parent-Family Engagement Policy
Title I Right To Know Letter
Title I Long-Term Substitutes 4 Week Letter 1
Title I Long-Term Substitutes 4 Week Letter 2

DPAC Title III Documents
DPAC Title III Use of Funds 22-23

COVID-19 Safety Plan

Annual Staffing and Budget Comparison Report (NRS 387.12468)
DPAC Annual Staffing and Budget Comparison Report 2023
DPAC Annual Staffing and Budget Comparison Narrative 2023

Occupational Therapy/Physical Therapy Biennial Report 

Safe and Inclusive School Policy
Democracy Prep at the Agassi Campus is committed to providing a safe, inclusive, and respectful learning environment for all students, including those with diverse gender identities or expressions. Please click here to read the full DPAC Safe and Inclusive School Policy.

Uniform Policy

All Democracy Prep scholars are required to wear a uniform as outlined in our policy.

Our uniform distributor is Campus Club Uniforms. Click here for the uniform brochure. Campus club contact information is below:

Campus Club Uniforms
7575 West Sunset Road Suite #120
Las Vegas, NV 89113
(702) 360-0555

(Democracy Prep at the Agassi Campus’ school code on the Campus Club website is 1056)

NRS 388A.020 “Charter management organization” means:
1. A nonprofit organization that holds a written charter, charter contract or other equivalent agreement to operate more than one charter school in this State or another state; or
2. A nonprofit organziation incorporated in this State for the purpsoe of operating a charter school in cooperation with a charter management organization that holds a written charter, charter contract or other equivalent agreement to operate more than one charter school in another state.

Community Updates

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