Jaymie Lollie
  • Oakland, CA
  • United States

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In-N-Out Youth Awards Program

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One of my fellow coordinator's here in Oakland asked me the info for…Continue

Tags: Attendance, Incentives, Awards

Consider a Walking Meeting for Your Next Meet & Greet!

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Summer is a big transition time in education. It often brings new members…Continue

Tags: Health, Meetings, Facilitation

How Do You Practice Self Care?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jaymie Lollie Apr 23. 1 Reply

As we head into some of the busiest parts of the school year; testing, year end, and summer programming, there is a need for increased balance and self-care. What are your tried and true self care…Continue

 

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In-N-Out Youth Awards Program

One of my fellow coordinator's here in Oakland asked me the info for the In-N-Out Excellence Awards Program that provides FREE incentives that can be used for elementary and middle school students.  I wanted to share with our larger network here as well.This is an offering for K-8 grades only, sorry HS CSMs.  Please check the location make to see if it makes sense to…See More
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Consider a Walking Meeting for Your Next Meet & Greet!

Summer is a big transition time in education. It often brings new members to school communities, creating the need to start working relationships from scratch. While there are many ways to approach this first meeting, a walking meeting may be a great way to start.Why?Instant personal connectionPositive health benefitsCan decrease the distance between hierarchical…See More
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Jaymie Lollie replied to Luisa Millan's discussion What is your school policy regarding long absences?
"You're more than welcome! While there is the time to plan and establish new norms over the summer; could the school create some site based attendance expectations? Or an attendance pledge for use during registration?"
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Jaymie Lollie replied to Luisa Millan's discussion What is your school policy regarding long absences?
"I'm with the Oakland Unified School District and we have a couple of things in play related to long absences. I like to make use of the Independent Studies Contract for consecutive absences between 5-20 days. Parents, teachers, administration,…"
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Jaymie Lollie replied to Jaymie Lollie's discussion How Do You Practice Self Care?
"Practical things to do 1- Take a leisurely walk 2- Listen to soothing music 3- Get enough rest 4- Do a kind deed 5- Healthy diet"
Apr 23

Profile Information

Name of Community School
Frick Impact Academy
Name of Community School Initiative (if applicable)
Oakland USD: Community Schools, Thriving Students!
Position (or Title) at Community School
Community School Manager
Description of Position
I work with at my school community to move the full service community school model forward in a way that aligns to our school site vision and supports the needs of the community.
Number of Years in Position
7.5
Twitter (personal, school, initiative etc)
@frickimpactacad
Why are you interested in joining this network?
Having a strong community school and being a strong community school leader means being active in strong networks locally and nationally.

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The Shared Leadership Question

Posted on April 17, 2013 at 11:13pm 2 Comments

I was privileged to be able to spend my evening with representatives from the Children's Aid Society today.  And while the discussion had several focal points, there was some extended conversation about what shared leadership means.  

So I ask, what does does shared leadership mean to you?  How does it show up in your practice daily?

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