Coordinating relationships around the school for youth's success
The Coordinators Network brings together over 400 Community School Coordinators around the country playing a key role in creating and sustaining school-community partnerships to develop the academic, social, emotional, physical and civic competencies of their students, and to strengthen their families and community.
This network is a professional learning community who connect and learn from each other, and have a centralized place to find tools and resources.
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The Network members’ are people working in a coordinating position at local community schools. Their role broadly encompasses mobilizing and aligning partners with the work of the school and coordinating opportunities and supports for students, their families and the community. These individuals manager relationships between schools and external community partners including community-based organizations, businesses, health and human service agencies and institutions of higher education, among others. Criteria includes:
Access resources and professional development opportunities designed specifically for Community School Coordinators. Some community schools are part of an initiative with many other Coordinators to support each other; others may only have a few. The Coordinators Network is a place to make connections so that no one has to reinvent the wheel and have the opportunity to learn from each other.
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Family-Community Resource Center Coordinator, Fruit Valley Learning Center
Community School Coordinator, Los Angeles County Office of Education