Not wanting to leave Middle Schoolers without support while the district phased in its Hybrid model, a Learning Hub was set up on campus. Starting with a small focused cohort, the plan is to place small groups of 5-6 students in each classroom where they will independently attend their own Distance Learning classes while a … Read more
Another great example of community collaboration. This Learning Hub started in the West Marin Library and recently moved over to the West Marin School. As is the case with most Hubs, staff availability was this Hub’s limiting factor. When additional staff was needed to expand the Hub’s reach, the Library was able to leverage its … Read more
Like many other High Schools, Novato, has opened up empty space on its campus for specific groups of students who are identified as at risk of greater impact under a Distance Learning environment. Click HERE to return to the Learning Hub Information Portal
This Hub is another shining example of community collaboration. It was initiated by the efforts of two WIllow Creek board members who helped coordinate the launch effort and connect the dots. The Marin City Community Services District provides the facility, Play Marin provides the staff to operate the Hub, Conscious Kitchen supports with food, and … Read more
Since students are not coming back to campus until January, HS1327 has repurposed the Student Center into Learning Hub space for 4 different Cohorts: 9th-10th graders, AVID Students, and teacher referrals.
Often thought of as just preschool, many Childcare providers, like Fairfax-San Anselmo Children’s Center, have shifted their elementary school before/after care services into Learning Hubs.
As a long-time Partner in the Tam Success Network, and with strong relationships in the Marin City community, Bridge the Gap’s location in the Golden Gate Village residential area was a natural fit for a Learning Hub.
When Bolinas students in the Tam Success Network needed additional Distance Learning support but transportation over the mountain to a Learning Hub wasn’t possible, the multidisciplinary Success Team stepped up and coordinated a Learning Hub partnership right in Bolinas. The Bolinas Community Center provided the facility, MCOE provided funding to enhance the center’s broadband internet, … Read more
Co-located with the Canal Alliance Hub for 8th-12th graders, Marin YMCA operates a separate Hub for Elementary students out of the same facility. This is a brightspot example of the multi-stakeholder collaboration that it takes to make these Hubs work. Here are the aligned contributions of the various partners: The City of San Rafael provides … Read more
When the San Rafael High School Hub needed additional staff capacity to support CASS/AVID students from SRHS and Davidson Middle School, The Canal Alliance stepped up and joined MCOE in relocating some of their staff over to the community center. This was an ideal match because the Canal Alliance was already serving many of these … Read more