Hancock is a Community Based School

Hancock is a Community Based School
Posted on 10/24/2022
Pilars of Community Based Schools

Did you hear? hancock is now a community school!

WHAT ARE COMMUNITY SCHOOLS?

Community schools are public schools that partner with families and community organizations to provide well-rounded educational opportunities and supports for students’ school success. Like every good school, community schools must be built on a foundation of powerful teaching that includes challenging academic content and supports students’ mastery of 21st century skills and competencies. What makes community schools unique is the combination of four key pillars (or features) that together create the conditions necessary for students to thrive. The pillars are: 1) integrated student supports; 2) expanded and enriched learning time and opportunities; 3) active family and community engagement; and 4) collaborative leadership and practices.  

Because each community school is a reflection of local needs, assets, and priorities, no two look exactly alike. What they do share, however, is a commitment to partnership and to rethinking—and at times rebuilding—relationships based on a strong foundation of trust and respect. School staff, under the leadership of the principal and community school director, work with families and community partners to create and then implement a shared vision of student and school success

meet our communit schools coordinator abi avila

Hello, My name is Abigail Avila, Abi for short, and I am Hancock’s Community School Site Coordinator. I aim to work with families, the community, and the school to provide you with resources and support to promote our students’ learning opportunities. I am available to you all via email at: [email protected] or stop me before and after school to chat.

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