• Our Roots: A Closer Look
     
    The interconnected work of Community Schools & Student Services.
     

    Roots  
     
    Health & Wellness Academics School Culture & Climate Youth Leadership Expanded Learning Social & Emotional Learning School Readiness & Transitions Family Engagement
     
    Click on an icon above to learn more. Click on the roots to view our tree.
     
    Icons below signify another root's connection to the main root.
  • Expanded Learning
     
     
    Expanded Learning
  • Learning
     
    Learning
  •  Family Engagement ensures collaboration with afterschool programs for literacy night and math night.
     
     
     Youth Leadership and afterschool programs collaborate to have leadership programs at all grade levels.
     
     
     We have education about vaccination, hand washing, and other healthy winter activities in afterschool programs.
     
     
     We have afterschool wellness learning communities focused on nutrition/cooking and gardening.
  • Thriving
     
    Thriving
  •  Health & Wellness leads trainings for afterschool program staff.
     
     
     The Behavioral Health Unit has developed multi-tiered student supports in afterschool programs.
     
     
     We support students with health conditions so they can attend programs.
     
     
     We connect students with expanded learning opportunities.
  • Together
     
    Together
  •  Transitional Students and Families Unit refers students to afterschool and summer programming.
     
     
     School-Based Health Centers are open during the summer.
     
     
     Parent volunteers support after school programs.
     
     
     Family Engagement helps ensure access and enrollment for at-risk youth.
     
     
     The Partnerships Unit ensures partner onboarding and partner relationship management.
  • (Community Schools & Student Services supports students through three main focus areas:
    Learning through real-world opportunities, Thriving through healthy environments, Together with families & community.)
     
    For more information, watch our video.