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April 6, 2021

There is no doubt about it. It takes the entire community to save our children from the horrors of a violent or negligent family. It takes a neighbor who isn’t afraid to report the things they see or hear. It takes a teacher to obey the laws and report the bruises or marks they see […]

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Recognizing our Social Workers!

March 29, 2021

March is Social Worker Appreciation Month, a time to celebrate the commitment of our team members credentialed in the field of social work. We’re honored to learn more about their career trajectory and recognize their impact on the lives of those in their care: 1. What lead you to the field of social work? I […]

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Celebrating Women’s History Month!

March 29, 2021

Each March we celebrate Woman’s History Month, a time of celebration to recognize the contributions of women to history, culture, and society. As we pay tribute to women throughout history for the impact they’ve created, let us also acknowledge our female members of Team CHS. From case management to our counseling program, from early childhood […]

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From Out of Control to Honor Roll … Community Partnership Schools Empower Students to Realize Their Full Potential

March 17, 2021

For Christy’s son Aden, the behavior issues started in kindergarten.  “He would throw tables, chairs, knock stuff off the desk. He was out of control,” she said. The behavior continued into the first grade, where he was suspended and removed several times from the school bus. Aden’s teacher worked with school leaders to put him […]

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Seeing is Believing at Homestead Middle School, A Community Partnership School

March 11, 2021

Jacquelyn’s grades started slipping in sixth grade. Before long, she was failing core classes and at risk of repeating the grade. Her demeanor changed, too … she disrupted other students, regularly pulling her teacher away from the lesson to address another interruption. And then her teacher noticed Jacquelyn squinting during class …Jacquelyn couldn’t see the […]

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Helping Students Succeed During COVID-19 at South Woods Elementary

March 2, 2021

When the COVID-19 crisis sent children home from school in March, Ellen – like many parents — worried about keeping her four children safe and fed through the extended break. Thanks to the Community Partnership Schools™ model at South Woods Elementary, Ellen had support along the way. The Community Partnership School and our partners with […]

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Flipping Problems into Possibilities – Community Partnership School Shapes Student’s Future

March 2, 2021

Isaac’s behavior issues began in preschool. He would flip tables over, knock chairs down and he struggled to stay on task. When Isaac started kindergarten, he refused to follow instructions, could not manage his anger and did not get along with his peers, making it impossible for him to focus on learning. Thankfully, through the […]

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Changing Lives One Smile at a Time at Sabal Palm Elementary

March 1, 2021

It wasn’t until 8-year-old Yessenia stepped into the mobile dental bus that her family and teachers realized why she was having such a hard time focusing – not just in school but also at home. After years of inadequate access to dental care, Yessenia had developed severe dental issues … the pain was so significant […]

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Community Partnership School Laundry Center Boosts Pride and Attendance

February 26, 2021

Once a focused and determined student, Jenny gradually began on a downward academic spiral when she reached junior high. She started skipping school several days every month, and her grades were steadily suffering. When she did make it to class, she simply couldn’t keep up because of all the instruction she missed. Noticing the change […]

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Empowering Entire Families to Succeed Through Community Partnership Schools

February 25, 2021

Deion was struggling to adjust to a new environment as a 6th grade student at Howard W. Bishop Middle School. His mom has been unable to work due to COVID-19 restrictions and his family was facing financial crisis. Feeling worried and overwhelmed from the stress in his home, Deion began losing interest in learning and […]

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