Articles in Category: School Partnership Network
Each year, the Beaverton School District hands out awards to those individuals and organizations within the larger community that have positively impacted the schools, staff and students.
Check out these video links about churches around the country getting involved with their local schools. We're certain these will encourage you and your church family as they seek to serve our schools here in the metro area.
With the help of gifts-in-kind from corporate sponsors, World Vision's Teacher Resource Center provides learning tools and classroom supplies to schools.
In 2010, Kids' Rock! became a non-profit organization with the vision of reaching other schools with the message of Jesus.
Over the last two months, SPN has entered into ongoing discussion with leaders of the Christian Educators Association International (CEAI) and Lasting Impact For Teachers (LIFT) about possible collaborative efforts in the Greater Portland area.
The Vancouver School District case study identified 9 common areas that impact student attendance and performance.
Last month we received word that Beaverton School Superintendent Jeff Rose will be leaving at the end of this school year to assume responsibilities as the new Superintendent of the Fulton County Schools in Atlanta, GA.
The Sacramento area completed their second annual "Season of Service" this weekend. This community-wide emphasis began on January 16th and culminated with a week-long service blitz April 16-23.
The Boston Education Collaborative was launched at the request of the local school Superintendent.
Wyeast Middle School provides a central meeting place for Cascade Park Baptist on the growing edge of East Vancouver.
Sometimes everybody needs a little help! School can be tough for even the best of students.
The Clark County Chapter of Teach One to Lead One is actively mentoring students at five public schools in Vancouver during the 2015-2016 school year, including Sifton Elementary.
The Evergreen School District's 2nd Annual Faith Partners Breakfast on January 20
The Light up the City network was formed through the collaboration of Christian leaders based in the Seattle region with a desire to serve their city in the love of Jesus.
What started as a simple idea—to better serve their community—has now become Northside's most effective tool for building lasting relationships that impact their neighborhood for good.