Teacher’s PETS (Princess Enrichment Tutorial Services) Inc. (TPI) is a 501 C 3 organization that collaborates with partnering corporations to raise funds and organize volunteer work for children who experience extreme economic and domestic hardship with financial and educational support. It bestows sponsorships and supports hunger relief programs. TPI partners with Teacher’s PETS Virtual Academy which assists homeschooling parents with learning the ins and outs of homeschooling, and with discovering and providing opportunities that are not otherwise available on an individual level.
To empower and transform communities through a well-rounded and advanced education system allowing every child to have an equal opportunity to learn, grow, influence, and lead.
We are shaping the future by discovering new knowledge, sharing our resources, and creating equal access to quality education virtually.
We are committed to strengthen the education system and impact lives positively.
- Strengthen Community
We assume responsibility for our collective strength by developing relationships, building diverse and inclusive coalitions, and challenging one another to be our best for the sake of our students.
- Achieve Impact
We pursue ambitious, meaningful outcomes that lead to access and opportunity for all children. We make data-informed decisions and this orient to long-term success.
We act on our beliefs and values, especially when it’s hard. We center our efforts on the aspirations of our students and their families
- Demonstrate Resilience
We see every challenge as an opportunity to think expansively about solutions. When faced with obstacles, we resolve, adapt, and persist with optimism.
- Learn Continuously
We operate with curiosity and embrace new ideas to innovate and continuously improve. We take informed risks and learn from successes, setbacks, and each other.
- Diversity, Equity, and Inclusiveness
Realizing educational equity and excellence will take a broad and diverse coalition of people united around a common purpose and shared values. The change effort must be shaped by those of us who are most directly impacted by educational inequity. And progress is only possible if each of us works effectively with students, parents, partners, and each other.