Community school: 01M188

This collection of resources, from PS/MS 188 The Island School, has resources meant to illustrate how to use a “full-service community school model” and leverage community school partnerships to meet the physical and social-emotional health as well as the academic needs of their students and families.

Included Resources

This packet, created by P.S./M.S. 188, contains resources for leveraging community partnerships in a school. It contains a description of the full service community school model, through which this school provides services to its students and families. It also includes an example family survey this schools gives families to access their needs. Finally, it outlines the co-teaching models and interdisciplinary curricula enrichment offerings at this school which also leverage community partnerships to support academic instruction.

This logic model, developed by P.S./M.S. 188, outlines the many inputs within their community school, as well as the short- and long-term outputs. Educators can reference this for ideas on how to organize the programs and services within their school and analyze their effects on their community.

This mental health framework outlines the various pathways through which the community school P.S./M.S. 188 provides social emotional learning (SEL) and support for its students. Specific SEL supports include therapeutic services, youth development and group programs, and other school-wide programs, provided through numerous community partnerships.