Hello Coordinators,

Typically, engaging and managing these partners is a primary role for a community school coordinator. However, this task is not easy.

Review the resources on how to strategically align your school-community partnerships to a common goal and to address the needs of your students, families, and communities.

If you have more questions or want to share best practices, please feel free to post here. Remember, this is a private space for coordinators.

Best Wishes,

Coordinators Team

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Best Practice

1) Seek the School Improvement Plan as your Map, then plug in your assets

2) Work with your school's data specialist to analyze grade level testing data (reading, math)

3) Create partnership MOU's that create the most impact for attendance, academics and college readiness, employability skills, social/emotional/cognitive development and functioning

4) It is impossible to over communicate your impact...the more results oriented you can be..the better the buy in

5) Always have your eyes and ears open when you sit on Student Academic Teams, Instructional Leadership Teams, PBIS, Attendance...and constantly connect the dots 

Great best practices. I would also add the following:

6. It is important to always have the opportunity to speak/present at school staff meetings. Oftentimes the impact of the lead agency isn't always known by the entire school community so effort must be made to share that information.

7. Make sure you are a part of the discussion and creation process of the School Improvement/Accountability Plan.

8. Have a partnership evaluation system in place. It is very important to make sure that each partner is held accountable for their participation in the overall improvement of the school and alignmment with the SIP/SAP.

 



Katie Pouga Tinhaga said:

Best Practice

1) Seek the School Improvement Plan as your Map, then plug in your assets

2) Work with your school's data specialist to analyze grade level testing data (reading, math)

3) Create partnership MOU's that create the most impact for attendance, academics and college readiness, employability skills, social/emotional/cognitive development and functioning

4) It is impossible to over communicate your impact...the more results oriented you can be..the better the buy in

5) Always have your eyes and ears open when you sit on Student Academic Teams, Instructional Leadership Teams, PBIS, Attendance...and constantly connect the dots 

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