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New YDEKC Report: Road Map Region Social and Emotional Learning Landscape Scan
We are excited to share that our Social and Emotional Learning Landscape Scan of the Road Map Region is complete! The scan summarizes systems and structures in place that support whole child outcomes across the whole day in each of the seven Road Map districts. YDEKC intends to cultivate an SEL Action Team to help shape the vision for the Road Map Project and define YDEKC’s role and priorities moving forward in the SEL Landscape. Read on to learn more about systems and structures that support whole child outcomes in the Road Map Region! To share feedback, get involved in the SEL Action Team, request a presentation on the scan, or be added to YDEKC’s SEL Newsletter list, contact Mona Grife at firstname.lastname@example.org.
YDEKC’s Partnership Ecosystem Toolkit: Setting Goals & Logic Models
Anne Arias, YDEKC Project Manager, recently reflected on kicking off a new school year: “As we ask youth in our classrooms and programs to set goals at the beginning of a new school year, I am reminded of the importance of setting our own program goals, and ensuring the activities we design match the outcomes we are hoping to achieve.” Read on to learn more about logic models and explore the many tools in the School & Community Partnership Toolkit!
Partnership Opportunity for CBOs Working to Improve Health Outcomes in King County
HealthierHere, a regional partnership committed to improving health and well-being of King County residents, is seeking community-based organization partners in improving outcomes for people on Medicaid. To learn more about HealthierHere and join as a partner, register for an info session today. Can’t attend in person? Sign up for a webinar instead.
Whole Child, Whole Day: A Social Emotional Learning Symposium
On August 10th, YDEKC hosted a SEL Symposium where over 300 professionals across the Road Map Region and beyond came together to strengthen their capacity to create equity-based learning environments that support the whole child across the whole day, focusing on shifting adult practices and systems to better serve youth of color in the Road Map Region. You can access Symposium materials as they are added on our website.