Tamalpais High School Success Network, a wrap-around team of school counselors, administrators and community programs, is meeting weekly instead of monthly, to ensure that 100% of the students on the team’s focus population list are regularly connected to academic and social-emotional support resources. The team is also monitoring how regularly the students
Racial Equity Resources
Equitable responses to the COVID-19 crisis include a focus on proactively connecting with 100% of students, adopting a “do no harm” philosophy, and ensuring that students who are most impacted by structural inequity receive the support and resources they need to achieve common goals and outcomes set for all students. Just as
TUHSD launched a district-wide Virtual Counseling & Wellness Center for all students to access and stay connected to Counseling & Wellness staff and programs. Some of the unique aspects of this initiative include a peer-resource supported Wellness Community Zoom Room to foster peer support, guided self-care and connection activities and free viewing
Many Partners are working together to provide families with direct funding support. MCF and HHS have partnered to set up a Rental Assistance Fund Canal Alliance is partnering to distribute a direct needs fund WM Fund is partnering with local Preschools to assess & distribute direct family support Parent Services Project, Canal
Here are just a few of the examples of how Partners are working together to provide for student’s basic food needs All Districts continue to provide school meals. Bridge the Gap, Performing Stars, PlayMain!, Conscious Kitchens, SF-Marin Foodbank, and SMCSD partner to provide school meals, dinners, “bags of love” and pop-up pantries.