- Trauma Informed Education – Part 1
- Building Emotional Resilience Among Educators
- COST/SST Process Roll Out
Our school highlight this week is our newest partnership with Rosemary Elementary in Campbell Unified School District. Our UE partnership with Rosemary was the result of an expansion with Santa Clara County interested in building strong culture and climate and effective systems of support within schools with high needs student populations.
Rosemary Elementary serves a diverse student population of 450 students Tk-5th grade. A large majority of students identify as Hispanic/Latino and almost 80% of them quality for free and reduced lunch. Our partnership with Rosemary is based on the foundation of their Vision “To provide a safe, healthy and rigorous learning environment that develops the social, emotional and academic needs of the whole child.” We have four full-time Seneca staff on the site – Jennifer Uribe-Sanchez (UE coach/CIS), Crystal Garcia (CIS), Samantha Adamson (SSA) and Matthew Kang (SSA).
Another powerful support that Seneca has been prioritizing is All Staff PD to help build the capacity of teachers. We have already provided the following trainings:
To build upon our program-wide goal of #Together (Integration into school systems) our team continues to partner with the Principal and District administrators in adapting UE systems and frameworks; and continually reflecting upon our processes with the intention of maximizing efficiency and the quality of services we provide to the students and families. Based on all the strong and amazing work our Rosemary team has already established, we look forward to celebrating many more milestones and successes with our partnership as they year unfolds.
All-In! Partnership Team