2014 PLUS Spring Forum

PLUS Spring Forum: Mobilizing Education and Civic Leaders to Build Healthy Communities

Thank you to everyone who came out to the 2014 PLUS Spring Forum and helped make it a resounding success!

April 25, 2014 | The California Endowment, Oakland

Agenda

9:00 Welcome + Interactive Poster Session

9:30 Regional Overview + PLUS Partners Presentations

Deborah McKoy, Executive Director, Center for Cities + Schools

PLUS Partners Presentations

West Contra Costa Unified School District (WCCUSD): Mapping for Alignment: Inventorying School-Based Services in WCCUSD     Policy Brief     Project Poster

Sacramento: Building Healthy Communities: Tracking Change + Transformation     Policy Brief     Project Posters: Collaboration through Parnerships, Positive School Culture, Food Access in Schools

Oakland: Aligning + Leveraging Resources: Connecting Industry Partners with OUSD's Linked Learning Educational Goals + Strategies     Policy Brief     Project Poster

San Francisco: Access + Equity: Mapping SFUSD's Transportation Infrastructure for Students with Disabilities     Policy Brief     Project Poster

San Francisco: Linking Equity + Sustainability: A Transportation Plan for SFUSD     Policy Brief     Project Poster

12:30 Funders Panel Luncheon: Leveraging Resources + Policy Innovations to Support All Students

Judi Larsen, Program Manager, The California Endowment

Susan Kagehiro, Program Officer, Education, Walter and Elise Haas Fund

1:15 Afternoon Panel: Defining Healthy Schools + Building Healthy Communities: Innovative Tools + Resources for Engagement in Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF)

School Facilities Planning with a Health Lens: Best Practices from Across California

Jeff Vincent, Deputy Director, Center for Cities + Schools (ppt)

Chris Davis, Chief Business Official, Arvin Union School District (ppt)

Don Olson, Superintendent, Del Norte County Unified School District and County Office of Education

Jessica Mears, Facilities Planner, Santa Ana Unified School District (ppt)

Y-PLAN (Youth-Plan, Learn, Act, Now!): A classroom-based method for authentically engaging students and schools in developing Local Control and Accountability Plans (LCAPs)

Jessie Stewart, National Y-PLAN Coordinator, Center for Cities + Schools (ppt)

Richmond High School and West Contra Costa Unified School District

Berkeley High School and Berkeley Unified School District

Full agenda here.

 

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