In these interviews we see Granite School District’s commitment to school-based Learning Centers where doors are opened for families, their children, and their local community. Authentic partnerships and leveraging resources create unique opportunities that can serve as a national model.
“Family Engagement is a full, equal, and equitable partnership among families, educators and community partners to promote children’s learning and development from birth through college and career.” -Karen Mapp
The study of music engages every part of a childs brain and can can help prepare a child for challegens as an adult. Watch how Mountain View Elementary School has implemented a very successful music education program.
The School-Based Health Alliance conducts triennial national survey of school-based, school-linked, mobile health, and telehealth programs to ensure it has the most up-to-date data about school-based health locations, staffing models, services provided, populations serviced, and funding sources.
School health services play a critical role in ensuring that children and youth have access to high-quality, affordable health care. By providing medical, mental health, oral health, and youth development services on school campuses, school-based health centers (SBHCs) and other school health providers positively impact students’ health and learning.
Advocates of child health have experimented with students’ diets in the United States for more than twenty years. Initial studies focused on benefits of improving the health of students are apparent. Likewise, improved nutrition has the potential to positively influence students’ academic performance and behavior.