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Dear Partners,

We are excited to invite you to our first School-Age Network Roundtable on Wednesday, January 30th!

The School-Age Network Roundtable is a quarterly, cross sector convening of stakeholders interested in supporting the success of students and schools in Bronx Community District 3. The Roundtable is a forum for discussion, feedback, and learning how we can increase educational performance and academic outcomes in the South Bronx. The School-Age Roundtable is open to the public because collective impact cannot happen without community voice and leadership.

School-Age Network Roundtable
Wednesday, January 30th | 3:00-5:00 PM
Children’s Aid | 1515 Southern Blvd.

Please join us next Wednesday as we learn and discuss the following items:

  • We will announce an exciting new initiative to accelerate K-12 academic outcomes in the South Bronx! Come out and learn how to become a partner in this work!

  • Our Early Grade Reading committee will share updates on their plans - including a sneak peek at their revised 3rd Grade ELA toolkit.

  • Are you interested in a beautification or arts project for your school or CBO? Hear from Groundswell: a NYC-based arts and social justice organization. Click here to see some of their murals and other projects.

  • SBRT is now part of the Healthy and Here campaign! At the Roundtable, we would love to hear about your aspirational health and wellness goals, as well as the challenges you have experienced. Join the conversation about contributing to our Bronx culture of health and learn about one persistent difficulty our neighborhoods face: asthma.

  • With an eye towards the 100th day of school, what have you experienced and learned in your school community so far? We will have breakout groups where our communities of practitioners share their successes and challenges in grade gains, student attendance, family engagement, and health and wellness.

Can’t wait to see you next week!

-SBRT Team

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