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Copy of FSCS - WCCUSD 2

An overview on the implementation of Full Service Community Schools in the West Contra Costa Unified School Disctrict

André Morand

on 7 February 2013

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Transcript of Copy of FSCS - WCCUSD 2

Full Service Community Schools in the West Contra Costa Unified School District January 23, 2013 In 2012 the West Contra Costa Unified School District (WCCUSD) board of trustees unanimously adopted a resolution to implement Full Service Community Schools district-wide. What are Full Service Community Schools? Both a place and a set of partnerships between the school and other community resources Integrated focus on academics, health and social services, youth and community development and community engagement Improved student learning, stronger families, and healthier communities Access to services, recreation facilities, and other resources Center of the community - welcoming students, their families, and local residents Who We Are WCCUSD School site administrators School Based Health Centers (SBHCs) Adolescent health advocates Community providers Existing Resources School-Based Health Centers (SBHCs) already exist at the six district high schools SBHCs offer: Mental health services Medical care Youth-development resources Through the SBHCs, in the 2011-2012 school year:
1,441 students received medical care
447 youth received individual and group counseling services SBHCs are the starting point for the conversion to Full Service Community Schools. As such, we are reconceiving of them as Full Service Community Health Centers (FSCHCs). The FSCS Initiative To Date Convened FSCS Steering Committee FSCS Steering Committee
District Leadership Staff
Lead Agencies
Community Partners Initiated district-wide school programs inventory Identified Pilot Families: The FSCS Initiative is currently... Structuring support with local government Established MOUs with two city governments (Richmond, San Pablo) Establishing shared outcome targets with County Supervisor John Gioia and the other three cities in the WCCUSD service area Assessing existing programs Survey of Richmond and Kennedy families and adult/alt. ed at Gompers - 19 sites in total Establishing FSCS initiative process and structure in the short term Roles and responsibilities for:
Executive level
Lead agency partners
Key stakeholders
Community members Looking at key lessons from FSCS initiatives in other communities FSCS Next Steps Stakeholder and community engagement Visioning and goal setting Establish task forces Secure funding Staffing Kennedy and Richmond are the two pilot school families - both HS have FSCHCs, one ES has dental clinic
(Pilot will include corresponding adult/alt. ed at Gompers) Adopting shared governance approaches to engage community support and guidance Working with partners to make WCCUSD facilities and resources hubs for the community - operating both during the school day and out-of school time How We'll Work Together
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