The 3rd Annual Solano County Positive Youth Justice Initiative Summit seeks to bring to the forefront juvenile justice efforts with this year’s theme “Youth Lives Matter.” The goal of the Summit is to better create systems that value the lives of our most vulnerable young people and use approaches that propel Solano County young people into a promising future.
This year’s keynote speaker is Kimberly Papillion, Esq. nationally recognized expert on medical, legal and judicial decision-making.
California education and parent leaders will convene at the Los Angeles County Office of Education on Thursday, February 19, 2015 for a discussion on the need to increase collaboration between families, educators, and administrators to improve overall student success.
West Contra Costa Unified School District’s Tashaka Merriweather earns the Oakland Raiders 2014 Coach of the Week award. The UC Davis Full Service Community Schools Field Office is a partner with the West Contra Costa Unified School District where Tashaka Merriweather serves as the Coordinator of Comprehensive School Health supporting the district’s implementation of districtwide community schools.
Phase one of the West Contra Costa Unified School District Full Service Community Schools (WCCUSD-FSCS) Initiative is well underway. In October 2014, the West Contra Costa Unified School District (WCCUSD) in partnership with the UC Davis Full Service Community Schools Field Office hosted a retreat orientation for the district’s newly established West County Full Service Community Schools Leadership Advisory Committee (LAC).
The UC Davis School of Education’s REEd (Resourcing Excellence in Education) – Full Service Community Schools Field Office is proud to partner with the West Contra Costa Unified School District (WCCUSD) to provide training and technical assistance to the districtwide vision for full service community schools.
For many schools and youth serving organizations, the summer presents unique challenges.Far too often, programs and providers find themselves isolated with few resources, little support, and limited connection to others who share their concerns of how to best address the challenges of summer learning loss and the prevalent needs of at-risk youth. As a response to this need, the UC Davis Center for Community School Partnerships (CCSP), Sierra Health Foundation, Packard Foundation, and a host of committed community partners have collaboratedt