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IEL CCS RPN Monthly Webinar Series Defining and Adapting the Community School Strategy - Shared screen with gallery view
Ignacio Acevedo
28:51
Ignacio Acevedo
Ignacio Acevedo
28:55
Michigan State University
Tim Grose
29:00
Tim Grose, Program Manager with CIS of PA
Miguel Acosta
29:16
Miguel Acosta, earth care, Santa fe, nm
Michael Noll
29:16
Michael Noll, Community Schools Coordinator, Peñasco ISD, Peñasco, NM
Jennifer Worthington
29:31
Jennifer Worthington, Grand Island Public Schools, Grand Island, NE
Hayley Regan
29:34
Hayley Regan, United Way of Treasure Valley in Boise, ID
Carol Paine-McGovern
29:34
HI there, Carol Paine-McGovern from Grand Rapids MI
Adrienne Mathewson
29:35
Adrienne Mathewson CS Coordinator Santa Rosa High School New Mexico
Naorah Rimkunas
29:38
Naorah Rimkunas, Binghamton University, NY
Helen Malone
29:54
Welcome! Please put your name and org in the chat as a way of saying hello!
Ronald Swann
29:58
Ronald Swann, Indianapolis Education Association
Araceli Huerta
32:34
Is the sound off only on my end?
Ignacio Acevedo
32:50
Michigan State University occupies the ancestral, traditional, and contemporary Lands of the Anishinaabeg – Three Fires Confederacy of Ojibwe, Odawa, and Potawatomi peoples. In particular, the University resides on Land ceded in the 1819 Treaty of Saginaw.
Jennifer Worthington
32:52
Yes Ms. Malone is breaking up badly
kecia hayes
33:53
kecia hayes, American University
Miguel Acosta
34:06
it would be helpful to have these sessions translated as well so we can share/use in our communities
Jennifer Worthington
34:37
Is it possible to get a link to the slides in the chat so we can make a copy and take our notes on the slides?
Dave Greenberg
35:18
Good point Miguel, and we can provide slides, although there won’t be many today
Helen Malone
38:06
We will not have guiding slides as the session will be a dialogue. The recording will be available on our CCS RPN website: https://www.communityschools.org/link/join-a-network/research-practice-network/
Miguel Acosta
52:15
very difficult and scary to hear all this
Helen Malone
01:00:06
Community School Standards: https://www.communityschools.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/2/2020/08/Community-School-Standards-2018-1-1.pdf
D'Lisa Crain
01:00:07
How does the 6 pillar model center family voice at the center of planning and decision-making.
Christine Schuch
01:04:25
Exactly, I think the key is to have a coordinator at the center of all of this.
JoAnne Ferrara
01:05:12
Community stakeholders must understand the ethos of the community school strategy. Too often folks don't know what CS is.
Michael Noll
01:06:10
In Peñasco, we have deep community involvement. The sticking point is that our involvement doesn’t fit the many bureaucratic hoops we are required to navigate from the state.
Araceli Huerta
01:11:31
Curious if the Community School Coordinators in your various models are certificated or classified staff?
Michael Noll
01:15:09
Araceli, I have a master’s in communication and lots of educational experience K-12 and undergrad, but I don’t have a certificate.
Araceli Huerta
01:15:27
Thank you Michael.
Adrienne Mathewson
01:16:03
I have a Master's in Library Information & Science. No certificate
Michael Noll
01:18:23
I’m curious about the panelist’s thoughts on democratization of schools. In rural schools, we’re severely understaffed in all areas. For each school, we have one principal who is also a testing coordinator, special education coordinator, athletic director, and substitute teacher. Our teachers are barely keeping their heads above water. New district-wide initiatives become resented because everyone is struggling to meet the basic tasks of their jobs. A CS Coordinator is often the only person with the time capacity to do the sort of community engagement required for the models.
Miguel Acosta
01:18:42
coordinators must be from the communities,
Miguel Acosta
01:19:18
focus must be communit
Adrienne Mathewson
01:20:29
@Miguel. In rural areas, I believe coordinators are always local as no one is going to commute one or two hours to work in a rural town.
Miguel Acosta
01:21:22
home grown
D'Lisa Crain
01:22:30
Thank you for those incredibly important points Donnie. It's easy to do "to" people instead of with and on behalf of people, leading with their voices and their needs.
Miguel Acosta
01:22:59
so many thoughts, but I need to go to another meeting, thanks for the provocations
Emily Cheng, IEL Tech Host
01:27:11
Thanks for join our webinar today. Please share your feedback and comments using this feedback form link: https://survey.alchemer.com/s3/6729335/CCS-RPN-Post-Webinar-Feedback-Form-February-16-2022
Adrienne Mathewson
01:27:18
Thank you all for the invite!
Ignacio Acevedo
01:27:54
Thank you, everyone. So many great thoughts.
Ronald Swann
01:27:55
Awesome Panelist and Webinar
Carol Paine-McGovern
01:27:57
Thanks everyone!
Hayley Regan
01:28:04
thank you panelists!
Helen Malone
01:28:07
Thanks everyone!
Michael Noll
01:28:08
Thank you, everyone!