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Public Schools Outreach (PSO)
Public Schools Outreach serves as the primary vehicle for the delivery of social services to urban youth and their families in 61 public schools in Dallas County as part of the church-adopt-a-school program
The heart of the program is maximizing student success by creating healthy conditions at school and in the home. Activities promote four messages:
  • Stay-in-School
  • No Drugs or Alcohol
  • Sexual Abstinence
  • No Violence


Relationships are developed with students through a combination of activities that include:
School-based Mentoring
cultivates trusting relationships between adult role models and students, developing prosocial skills in students and a sense of belonging among their peers, families, and communities.


Life Skills Education

addresses sexual abstinence, anger management, school dropout and substance abuse issues in a school setting.


High School Heroes

gives high school student leaders an opportunity to inspire elementary and middle-school youth to stay in school and reach their highest potential.


KAGE Events

are held four times per year bringing thousands of middle and high school students together for a challenging talk and entertainment, promoting drug-free, abstinence, no violence, and stay-in-school messages.


A State-of-the-Art Youth Center

serves as a neighborhood hub for a variety of social and entertainment activities for young people.



Our focus is prevention. Our desire is to reach children early enough before problems become too big. The overall goal is sustainability. We want to provide long-term solutions that bring about lasting changes.

We are able to accomplish this by concentrating our efforts on high schools and their corresponding middle and elementary schools, also known as school clusters.


Participating Public Schools


Carter Cluster Cedar Hill Cluster Duncanville Cluster Kimball Cluster Lancaster Cluster

Ashley Randolph
Allen Lockhart

Catrina Campbell
High School
  • Carter High
High Schools
  • Cedar Hill High
  • Cedar Hill Collegiate High School
  • Disciplinary Alternative Education Program (DAEP)
High School
  • Duncanville
High School
  • Kimball
High School
  • Lancaster
Middle School
  • WH Atwell
Middle Schools
  • Bessie Coleman
  • Joe Wilson Int.
  • Permenter Middle
  • 9th Grade Ctr.
Middle Schools
  • Kennemer
  • Reed
  • Byrd

Intermediate Schools
  • Brandenburg
  • Daniel
  • Hardin

Alternative Schools
  • Summit Education Center
  • PAGE School
Middle School
  • TW Browne
Middle Schools
  • Elsie Robertson
  • GW Carter 6th Grade STEM Center
Elementary Schools
  • Adelle Turner
  • Birdie Alexander
  • Mark Twain
  • Martin Weiss
  • TG Terry
  • Umphrey Lee
  • Ronald McNair
Elementary Schools
  • Bray
  • High Pointe
  • Highlands
  • Lake Ridge
  • Plummer
  • Waterford Oaks
Elementary Schools
  • Smith
  • Alexander
  • Merrifield
  • Central
  • Hyman
  • Fairmeadows
  • Acton
  • Hastings
  • Bilhartz
Elementary Schools
  • Leslie Simmons
  • Thomas Tolbert
  • LO Donald
  • Daniel Webster
  • Lenore K. Hall
  • John W. Carpenter
  • Maria Moreno
  • Jimmie T. Brashear
  • Margaret B. Henderson
Elementary Schools
  • Rolling Hills
  • Beltline
  • Pleasant Run
  • West Main
  • Houston
  • Rosa Parks/Millbrook
  • Lancaster

Additional Schools
  • J.D. Hall Learning Center
7125 S. Polk St • Dallas, TX 75232
Hours: Mon-Fri 9AM - 7PM • 972.228.0872