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School Initiative Information

Initiative Name: Schools as Community Hubs - Toledo
Leadership Type: United Way led
Location Type: Urban
Address: 424 Jackson Street
Toledo, OH 43604 US
Phone: (419) 248-2424
Fax:
Email: angeline.lee@unitedwaytoledo.org
Website: http://www.unitedwaytoledo.org/education/hubs
 

Overview

A part of Toledo Public School's District Transformation Plan, Schools as Community Hubs (Hubs) connect residents, students, and their families to resources and supports within their neighborhood. The strategy makes a school – a place that already acts as a natural anchor for kids – the center of an entire neighborhood by bringing together multiple services and programs and making them accessible to everyone - not just students at the school. Hubs strive to collaborate with area partners to offer an integrated and impactful array of services, supports, and opportunities that lead to a better neighborhood. Each Hub develops a team of the Hub Director, Principal, administrators, teachers, support services staff, partners, parents, neighborhood residents, and other community members/businesses who determine the services provided at that location.

Services/Programs Offered

·         Out-of-school activities and enrichment
·         Medical and dental services
·         Mental health services
·         Social services
·         Adult education
·         Community and economic development
 

Partnerships

·         Toledo Public Schools
·         Toledo Federation of Teachers
·         Toledo Association of Administrative Personnel
·         Lutheran Social Services of Northwestern Ohio (Lead Partner)
·         University of Toledo (Lead Partner)
·         YMCA/JCC of Greater Toledo (Lead Partner)
·         Numerous for profit, governmental, and nonprofit community partners.

Results

 Information not available

Funding Sources

Various - Primary funding comes from United Way allocations and School Improvement Fund (SIG) dollars.

Resources for the Field

Initiative Demographics

 Information not available
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