Schools Program Services

1. ENCOURAGING POSITIVE AND RESPECTFUL CLASSROOM/SCHOOL CLIMATES
Skill building, program consultation, and facilitated dialogue for students, staff, and parents, including:

  • Conflict resolution and problem-solving skills
  • Building empathy and respect (formerly the KLEAR program)
  • Bullying awareness and prevention
  • Gang awareness and prevention
  • Classroom management and positive discipline strategies
  • Diversity and differences

2. ENHANCING YOUTH DEVELOPMENT AND PEER PROGRAMS

Skill building and program consultation for students and staff coordinators, including:

  • Peer Helping
  • Peer Mediation
  • Bridges to Safety: Character Education Lessons
  • Freshman Transition
  • Student leadership development

    Participants in a parent training on "Family and Community Pressures"

     

  • Peer-to-Peer fishbowl dialogues

3. STRENGTHENING PARENT/SCHOOL PARTNERSHIPS

Skill building and program consultation for school staff and parents, including:

  • Parent Education Workshops
  • Enhancing active parent involvement and engagement
  • Parent Leadership Development
  • Building authentic school-parent partnerships
All of the presentation was very interesting, clear and concise. Thank you for your interest in helping us, the parents of families affected by issues such as gang involvement, to educate us and at the same time open our eyes and ears. -Bilingual Parent

4. FOSTERING A COLLABORATIVE ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE

Skill building and direct services (mediation, facilitation, and dialogue) for school administrators and staff, including:

  • Support in running more effective meetings including school site council, student study teams, staff, special committee, and parent meetings (including ELAC)
  • Design and facilitation of group meetings focused on: strategic planning, team building, developing shared goals and visions, etc.
  • Design of processes to engage staff, parents, and students in shared decision-making
  • Dialogue and community building between school members and the larger community
  • Mediation of workplace conflicts including issues like different work styles, shared work space, cultural issues, differing expectations, rumors, and gossip, between: teachers, staff members, and parents

Youth Leadership Event for 2010 Census

We recognize that schools are often on tight budgets so we’ve prepared a funding resource guide to help assist schools in identifying possible sources of funding.

For more information about any of these services or our fees, please contact John Yap at 650-513-0330 to learn more, or use the form below.

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