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Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Johns Hopkins University

The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and the
Johns Hopkins Center on School, Family and Community Partnerships

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YOUR DISTRICT ’ S NEXT STEPS TO DEVELOP EXCELLENT PARTNERSHIP PROGRAMS

  • Identify a leader for School, Family, and Community Partnerships (i.e., one FTE for 15 to 30 schools or part-time equivalent for fewer schools) who will be the Key Contact to NNPS.
  • Schedule a training session with the NNPS facilitator for the district leader for partnerships. This may be accomplished on site, at an NNPS Conference, or Institute.
  • Provide a venue for a One-Day Professional Development Workshop for schools’ Action Teams for Partnerships and ensure that full teams attend the workshop (i.e., 2-3 teachers, 2-3 parents, and the principal).
  • Schedule meetings of the district leaders for partnerships with school principals on how to support schools’ Action Teams for Partnerships.
  • Provide on-going support for district-level and school-based programs of family and community involvement linked to school improvement goals.

NNPS Benefits and Services

District Next Steps

Six Types of Involvement

Contact

Military Child Initiative
615 North Wolfe Street, E4527
Baltimore, Maryland 21205
www.jhsph.edu/mci