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Family & Community Engagement: The Four Phases

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-Setting the Goals

-Planning to Improve

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-Targeting Areas of Low
-Performance
-Community Involvement Strategies
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- Administrator Days' presentation material 2013
- Beyond the Bake Sale

Topic Guides for CIP Plans

Equity and Diversity

Family & Community Engagement

Instructional Strategies

Nebraska Literacy Plan

PreK-12 Curriculum Alignment

Special Education: Improving Learning for Children with Disabilities (ILCD)

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Early Childhood

The Nebraska Framework:
A Handbook for Continuous Improvement in Nebraska Schools
(PDF)

Nebraska Statewide Assessment (NeSA)

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Rule 10

State of the Schools Report

Nebraska Department of Education

US Department of Education

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Community Involvement

One facet of School Leadership is to encourage not only family involvement, but also community involvement for the betterment of the students. To aid in the understanding of the school-community relationship, students in the EDAD 903 Community Relations class at UNL was to complete a Community Involvement project.  Below are a few of the projects from students in this class. The hope is that this resource will grow over time and give schools around the state of Nebraska ideas to encourage involvement in their community.  If you have projects that you would be willing to share, please contact Beth Zillig at beth.zillig@nebraska.gov.

ALL LEVELS

Business-School Partnership, Kristin Fangmeyer

Business-School Partnerhsip Brochure, Kristin Fangmeyer

Community Art Camp (video), Jessica Rice

Summer Camp Partnership (video), Terri Nelson

SECONDARY

Community Golf Outreach, Lloyd McIntyre

Job Shadowing Handbook, Pam Linke

ELEMENTARY

Book Drive (video), Kandace Garwood

Summer Pre-Kindergarten get-togethers, Jaimie Cogua

 

Nebraska Department of Education, 2010