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Kick-start Community Schools Planning and Implementation at CS Fundamentals Roadshow at SDCOE

The CA Community Schools Learning Exchange (CSLX) and the National Center for Community Schools are hosting the Community Schools Fundamentals Workshop Sept. 25-26 at the San Diego County Office of Education.

The workshop is specifically designed for teams, especially those that have received planning or implementation grants or are interested in applying for state and/or federal community schools funding.

The two-day event will serve primarily as a space for district, school, COE, and community partner teams to identify shared language and purpose, find collaboration opportunities, and build upon new and existing strategies for student success.

These sessions are designed to help teams:

  • Use common language about what community schools are all about and what it takes for sustainable success
  • Identify your community school muscles: local strengths, gaps, and opportunities
  • Get tools and guidance on how to think about getting started, including leadership and engagement, creating a powerful team, community school coordinator(s), and forging strategic partnerships
  • Build a shared understanding of how the California Community Schools Partnership Program funds can strengthen your existing school/district/county priorities.

To learn more and register, please visit the CSLX events page.  


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