GV Wire: “Central Unified Gets $8 Million Grant to Bring Community Services to Schools”

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“Six Central Unified School District elementary schools will get new student and family services after the district was awarded an $8.2 million grant through the California Community Schools Partnership Program.

The program provides extra funding to high-needs schools to provide services such as health care, mental health services, family services, and other assistance. The goal of community schools is to identify which services will help meet the social-emotional needs of students and their families and provide them under each school’s roof, enabling students to succeed academically.”

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