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Community Partners Meeting June 27, 2013. Agenda Project Update (30 mins ) Input on Creating Community-School Partnerships (45 mins ) Q&A (15 mins ). Project Update Scope of Work was submitted on April 8 We heard your feedback: Incorporated CBOs as partners in SOWs

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Agenda

  • Project Update (30 mins)
  • Input on Creating Community-School Partnerships (45 mins)
  • Q&A (15 mins)
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Project Update

  • Scope of Work was submitted on April 8
  • We heard your feedback:
    • Incorporated CBOs as partners in SOWs
    • Including CBOs as partners in implementation workgroups
  • Community Network Steering Committee is our outreach “hub”
  • Scope of Work approval is expected by start of school
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Project 1 Update: Investment Fund for Teaching & Leading

  • Technical Workgroup formed to advise on criteria for RFP
    • Representation included:
      • District leaders and practitioners
      • UW
      • WA STEM
      • OSPI
      • Community-based organizations (Families for Multicultural Communities)
      • Education Associations
  • Executive Committee approved criteria on May 23
  • Draft RFP was released on June 19
  • Final RFP will be released July 1
  • Proposals due Aug. 19
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Project 2 Update: Regional Data Portal

  • Data Coordinating Committee formed to advise on design and implementation.
  • Representation includes:
    • District IT leaders
    • Community-based organizations (Community Schools Coalition, White Center CDA, YDEKC, Communities & Parents for Public Schools, CCER)
    • WA STEM
  • There will be 3 phases for this work:
    • Inventory current district data capacity, policies & systems
    • Design data portal
    • Implement & train stakeholders on data portal
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Project 3 Update: PreK-3rd Grade Systems

  • Building teams who will guide each district to develop PreK-3rd grade action plans.
  • Partnering with Dr. Kristi Kauerz from UW
  • PreK-3 Kick-off Event Aug. 1
  • Birth through 3rd Grade Work Group sent letter to Executive Committee outlining priorities
  • Technical Workgroup will advise on Investment Fund criteria. Includes community partners (Child Care Aware, Seattle Early Education Collaborative, Open Doors for Multicultural Families)
  • Executive Committee will approve criteria in August
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Project 4 Update: Digital STEM Tools in High-Need Elementary & Middle Schools

  • Advisory Team created to advise on implementation
    • Representation includes:
      • Districts
      • CBOs (Community Schools Coalition, YMCA, CCER)
      • UW
      • WA STEM
  • Advisory Team will start a process for selecting tools this summer/fall.
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Project 5 Update: Career Awareness & Exploration System

  • This project is being led by PSESD and the King County STEM Network
  • The first steps are to:
    • Identify what schools and businesses need to do to build the network, and,
    • Determine how many students and teachers will be impacted.
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Project 6 Update: Middle & High School Advising

  • Contracting with UW Dream Project to provide Counselor Assistants in 17 high-need middle and high schools starting this fall
  • High School & Beyond Institute will support counselors in August
  • Based on feedback from counselors, an RFP will be used to solicit professional development proposals for counselors
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Project 7 Update: College Board Pathway

  • Students will take the ReadiStep, PSAT and SAT for free this coming school year
  • We are training districts on how to be ready for these assessments and on how to use the data
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Project 8 Update: College & Career Readiness Investment Fund

  • Technical Workgroup formed to advise on criteria for RFP
    • Representation included:
      • District leaders and practitioners
      • UW
      • Community-based organizations (Kent Youth & Family Services, Neighborhood House, Seattle Education Access)
  • Executive Committee approved criteria on June 20
  • Currently writing RFP (expected release in mid-July)
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Deep Dive 1 Update: Kent East Hill

  • Team has worked to refine the SOW based on feedback from Dept. of Education.
  • As part of the Initiative, there have been several CBO’s involved, including:
    • KCHA, Building Better Futures Board, KFYS, CHS, Refugee Women’s Alliance, LEV, & CC&R. 
  • Hiring a Family Engagement and Student Achievement Facilitator to work with the Read to Succeed extended learning programs and other extended day providers.
  • Plans include data coaching and professional development for school staff and community partners
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Deep Dive 2 Update: White Center

  • Family Navigators: 
  • Taskforce created
  • Ongoing community input into model
  • Eligibility and recruitment plans  in process
  • Early Learning:
  • Initial partners identified and meeting – model has been developed to aid FFN providers in supporting kindergarten readiness
  • Hiring process begun for early learning outreach staff to FFN providers
  • Plan for Highline Public Schools to collaborate with White Center :Promise
  • Extended Outcomes:
  • Position posted
  • Schools taking stock of needs
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Deep Dive 3 Update: Investment Fund for Additional School-Community Partnerships

  • Community Network Steering Committee is a partner in guiding this work
  • Also studying the Seattle Public Schools Intensive School Partnerships model
  • Criteria for the RFP will be developed in August and approved by the Executive Committee in September
  • We would like to get your thoughts on this today.
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Agenda

  • Project Update (30 mins)
  • Input on Creating Community-School Partnerships (45 mins)
  • Q&A (15 mins)
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Input on Creating Community-School Partnerships

  • Please discuss the following questions at your table for 20 minutes.
    • A facilitator will take notes so we can incorporate your feedback into the RFP criteria.
    • We will come back together to share our responses, and then break into a general Q&A.
    • What are you currently doing to create strong community-school partnerships?
    • What makes a community-school partnership successful?
    • What supports do community-based organizations and districts need to create strong partnerships?
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Agenda

  • Project Update (30 mins)
  • Input on Creating Community-School Partnerships (45 mins)
  • Q&A (15 mins)
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Questions

What questions do you have?

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