Students meet with the Grant Manager and School Navigator individually once a week, and as needed to provide wrap-around case management.
On-going communication between home and school, tutoring/ homework assistance, and teacher consultation to boost academic achievement.
Our close partnerships with internal/external agencies assist families in identifying community resources and supports (job training, mental health supports and parenting resources).
Fun and educational activities for families, parent consultation, and family assistance programs.
After school groups 3x/week, summer programming (partnership with 21st Century) and monthly field trips/service trips. Offering subsidies for camps and other summer programs.
Positive social skills development through curriculum-based groups to enhance age-appropriate interactions with peers.
Incentive-based opportunities to earn additional one-on-one time, field trips, or other prizes.
Establish relationships between students and law enforcement agencies by working closely with members of the community.
Addressing the needs of youth who might be at risk for entering the juvenile justice system through the promotion of a positive youth development model.
Murphy primarily works out of the WMS classroom 2x/week, but also makes appearances at after school groups and family events to provide emotional/mental health support as well as incentivize programming.