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Vancouver Faith-Based Coffee hosted the 4th Annual Faith-Based School Partnership Breakfast on Tuesday January 31st, 2017. There were over 175 attendees, including leadership staff from Vancouver Public School local faith communities.
They gather every week to speak into the lives of students. Bringing expertise from their own "real world" experience; men and women who do more than just teach a few lessons on character, play games, or help students figure out how to navigate through their academic programs, peer pressure, or family issues. These mentors touch lives in very real and personal ways.
Church and school leaders, along with other community partners, will be gathering in two separate "Faith-Based Coffee" Breakfast gatherings this month. It's the fourth annual gathering for the Vancouver Public Schools based group, and the third annual gathering of the Evergreen School District based group.
The Evergreen School District in East Vancouver is located in one of the fastest growing areas in the greater Portland/Vancouver metro area. Many families actually move into the area because of the reputation of the local school district.
Summer is officially over, but before we move on to a new season, we want to acknowledge the tremendous effort of local churches throughout the metro area to serve our community—especially our local schools over the summer months! This issue of our newsletter is dedicated to the army of volunteers who invested their time and energy in these ongoing partnerships.
The Vancouver School District case study identified 9 common areas that impact student attendance and performance.
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
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.
Those of us in the Greater Portland-Vancouver Metro Area are blessed to be served by a number of extremely capable school Superintendents.
One thing we take pride in at SPN is bringing together local school officials with leaders from diverse Christian faith backgrounds. Even more exciting is to see these meetings continue independently of the initial meeting we helped to arrange.
The occasion was the 2nd Annual Faith-Based School Partnership Breakfast held at Northside Baptist church last month.
More than 105 people gathered for Clark County's first Faith-Based School Partnership meeting on November 4. They discussed what makes a successful partnership and what some of the barriers were to successful partnerships. They also discussed how to overcome those barriers.