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

    Health & Wellness Academics School Culture & Climate Youth Leadership Expanded Learning Social & Emotional Learning School Readiness & Transitions Family Engagement
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    Icons below signify another root's connection to the main root.
  • Youth Leadership
    Youth Leadership
  • Learning
  •  Youth leaders bring voice & input to the Behavioral Health Unit’s Anti-Bullying work.
     We lead skill-building & give youth opportunity to practice leadership in hands-on activities.
     We teach students to be advocates of their own health.
     Afterschool programs have youth leadership programs for elementary, middle, and high school.
     Youth Action Summit gives student voice to eliminating barriers to graduation and college readiness.
  • Thriving
  •  Students help determine which Linked Learning courses they would like to see at their school.
     California Healthy Kids Survey collects data about youth engagement and leadership at school sites.
     The Wellness Champions Program has Youth Leadership focus areas.
     JCC recognizes leadership skills in students & provides referrals to nurture and cultivate these skills.
     Our GSA club peer leaders are supported by the Behavioral Health Unit.
  • Together
  •  School-Based Health Centers have peer health education opportunities.
     The LCAP Student Advisory allows students to interact directly with the School Board.
     We have internships for students during the summer.
     We have internships for students with the Health & Wellness team.
     Afterschool programs have evaluations for youth voice/choice.
  • (Community Schools & Student Services supports students through three main focus areas:
    Learning through real-world opportunities, Thriving through healthy environments, Together with families & community.)
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