Shared goal(s): Directly check on the well-being of youth and families, Support youth during out-of-school time activities
The Youth Development office of Sac City Unified is focusing on connects for youth. Focusing on the whole child and emotional well being for youth. They are redefining what after school looks like from a distance learning perspective. Using AVID methods, they host 2 days of emotional well being, 2 days of academic enrichment and 1 day of virtual fieldtrips. SCU works with community partners to increase arts in afterschool programs.
Lead organization partners: Sac City Unified School District; Youth Development Support Services
Kinds of organization: Community-based Non-profit Organization, School/School District
Participant population: Youth (Ages 14-17 or Grades 9-12), Youth (Ages 5-13 or Grades K-8)
Youth development support targetted: Arts/Crafts/Artistic Expression, Mental Health/Wellness/Mindfulness, Out-of-School Time Academic Enrichment/Extended Learning
Primary funding source: Government Entity/Grant
SUPPORT DETAILS: INITIATIVE, PROGRAM, SERVICE
Timeframe: Fall 2020 (Academic Year), Winter 2020 (Academic Year)
Total capacity: The total capacity or target enrollment of the program is 13,500 number of participants.
Health and safety: Compliance with State/County/City guidance
How do you address inequity?
Maintain a laser-like focus on equity by providing education and awareness that promotes cultural humility and relevance in all approaches and services for youth.
OPTIONAL PARTNERSHIP RESOURCES
Mutually reinforcing activities: