Happy Holidays and Joy in 2014 from all of us at SESEC

Getting ready for our first annual (first monthly??) Holiday Happy Hour last week, the SESEC staff took some time to list some of our top accomplishments for 2013. This is a sOctGenMarmall representation of the many things we accomplished, both as a staff, as a Coalition and as a community. One of the most important things we built this year was community. Our steering committee chair, Vu, recently wrote a great post about community.

OctGenAnitaCheck it out. In the meantime, we’re posting a few photos of our Coalition at work with our new staff, Yalonda, Marcus and Anita. We can’t wait to see what we’ll build together in 2014! Please leave a comment if you have accomplishments to add.

IMAG13502013 Accomplishments

  • 4 level 5 schools in SE Seattle!
  • Funding to add 3 staff to the effort
  • $5000 distributed through family engagement grants
  • Raise your voice! dinners for family engagement and School/CBO partnerships
  • Began to map school/community/family ecosystem
  • Collaboration with schools for Levy funding – success with Wing Luke, Dearborn Park pending
  • Secured funding for initial African American advisory meetings
  • Secured seed funding and leveraged funding for support for International Baccalaureate program and Rainier Beach High School.
  • Early learning action team began development of Family Friends and Neighbor caregiver campaign
  • English Language Learner action team began collaboration with Seattle Public Schools around English Language Learner family engagement
  • Case Management action committee contributed to development of pilot cultural navigator program

peace

 

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