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GATE Partnership Advisory Committee

The GATE Partnership Advisory Committee is a broad base of youth and family serving agencies and organizations that meets quarterly to provide a wide lens of input on specific goals and topics related to the development and implementation of a dropout prevention, intervention and reengagement system across cradle to career milestones.

Interested groups and individuals should attend a meeting or contact us at TeamEffort@k12.wa.us


Next GATE Advisory meeting

December 6 - ESD 113 Olympia 9 a.m. - Noon
Strengthening School Mental Health Systems: Successful Partnerships Panel

Through Graduation: A Team Effort Initiative (GATE), OSPI is working with Project Aware, school, ESD, and community partners to raise awareness of the importance of mental health, as well as promote promising practices for getting started and maintaining a school mental health system.

Please join us for this 3-hour workshop focused on addressing mental health. Topics include:

Current research on mental health

Mental health definitions

Mental health data

Project AWARE

Successful Partnerships Panel: Panel will share their experiences with school mental health and answer audience questions.

  • Sandra Mathewson, MA
    Director of Social-Emotional Learning
    Battle Ground Public Schools
  • Denise Dishongh LMHC, CDP
    AWARE Mental Health/Threat Assessment Coordinator: Prevention and Youth Services - ESD 112
  • Sara Ellsworth, MA, LMHC, CDP
    Behavioral Health Clinical Services Manager - Capital Region ESD 113
  • Sara Rigel MPH, CHES
    Public Health Seattle & King County's School-Based Partnerships / Washington School Based Health Alliance

District/School/Community Panel Discussion:

  • How they got their system started and how they've changed over time
  • Strategies that are working and measures of success
  • Barriers to sustaining their systems
  • Where they are heading next

Please contact us at TeamEffort@k12.wa.us with questions.

 

Past Meetings

+ December 8, 2015: Planning for Post-Secondary Success

A look at how we can better engage youth in planning for success after high school, and support them toward their goal.

+ September 15, 2014: Attendance

Attendance is an equity issue. Absenteeism is a symptom. Addressing the root causes requires supports both in the school and the community.

+ June 2, 2015: Transitions Transitions:
Transitions can be multi-dimensional and complex for youth, families and systems. For students, especially those with challenges, transitions can also be an easy spot to disengage. How we plan for and support youth through transitions can directly affect student achievement.
+ March 10, 2015: Student and Adult Engagement
  • Agenda (PDF)
  • Healthy Youth Survey (PDF)
    - Results from the 2014 Healthy Youth Survey. Trends in substance use, risk and protective factors, and how these correlate with academic performance.
  • Boys and Girls Club (PDF)
    - A presentation featuring B&G clubs of Thurston County and B&G Club of South Puget Sound. The presentation includes elements of engagement, aligning outcome measures with partner schools, aligning supports to meet those goals.

+ December 9, 2014: Multi-tier System of Supports (MTSS)
+ June 10, 2014: Post Graduation Achievement
+ March 11, 2014: Wellbeing and Civic Engagement
+ March 5, 2013
  • ERDC on the Educational Outcomes and Beyond (PDF)
    A briefing on the P20 for K12 reports, also known as the high school feedback reports, and how those are used at the building level. Additionally an Overview of the postsecondary enrollment research brief and other ERDC projects. Katie Weaver-Randall, Office of Financial Management.
  • Ready for Life?
    How Career and Technical Education, 21st Century Skills, and Worksite learning tie together to lead students to post graduation success. Bryan Erickson, Evergreen Public Schools
  • The Role of Internships in Dropout Prevention (PDF)
    A chance to learn about the PASS Act-funded Opportunity Internship Program administered by the Workforce Training Board. Mike Brennan, Workforce Training Board.
  • The Keys to Student Success: Attendance Matters (PDF)
    An overview of the efforts in Franklin Pierce School District to align data and school policy, and the positive results they are seeing in student outcomes. Wendy Dolan, School Counselor, Elmhurst Elementary, Franklin Pierce School District.

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