Restore-Assemble-Produce (RAP)

PARTNERSHIP PROFILE

Shared goal(s): Develop staff/volunteers pedagogical competencies, Directly check on the well-being of youth and families

Description: 

Mill Creek Middle School and Restore-Assemble-Produce (RAP), offered intervention services, mentors, resources, and referrals for a diverse population of historically underserved middle schoolers. In all, the outcomes of this initiative include teaching students how to achieve and how to become self-sufficient. RAP is focused on increasing students’ abilities to cope and expand their social-emotional skills through engagement during the school day, after-school connections, parent partnerships, and mentorship programming. Also, RAP leaders create and lead professional development for staff focused on racial justice and trauma-informed practices.

Web site: https://beststartsblog.com/2020/07/08/best-starts-for-kids-supports-school-community-partnerships-2/

Lead organization partners: Mill Creek Middle School, Restore-Assemble-Produce, Bright Start

Kinds of organization: Direct Service Non-profit Organization, School/School District

Participant population: Youth (Ages 5-13 or Grades K-8)

Youth development support targetted: Mental Health/Wellness/Mindfulness, Social and Emotional Learning/Character Development

Primary funding source: Government Entity/Grant, Private Philanthropic Foundation

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SUPPORT DETAILS: INITIATIVE, PROGRAM, SERVICE

Timeframe: Fall 2020 (Academic Year), Spring 2021 (Academic Year), Winter 2020 (Academic Year)

Location: Washington

Total capacity: based on schools needs

Health and safety: Not applicable; We are not providing in-person supports.

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Contact information: 

best.starts@kingcounty.gov

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