Selma Post Herald Interview
We know that students learn best in environments that they feel safe, supported, accepted, and are actively engaged in creating learning outcomes.
We also know that what happens in a student's home, neighborhood, or social media community affects what happens at school.
That's why we are talking to school leaders about our CITY BLOCKS PROJECT as a solution to address the stress and anxieties that distract students from focusing and learning. The City Blocks Project provides several levels of services, including daily supports to:
As consultants and hands on practitioners, we are dedicated to discovering each school's needs and interests. We partner with school leaders to embed customized services into the school's culture in a way that compliments performance goals and nurtures desired changes.
We recognize that when it comes to shifting climate and culture, "train-and-go" models can easily fade. Our commitment is to ensure success through ongoing support, side-by-side coaching, and process monitoring.
Our team employs diverse training mechanisms so that new knowledge is easily transferable into daily practices for staff and students.
We understand the concept of "it takes a village", but also know that the village must be trained. That's why we offer opportunities to enhance capacity building with parents and other stakeholders.