San Pablo Team for Youth (SPTFY)

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Students Practicing Yoga Poses in Mindful Life Group
Student Participating in Summer Activity at Camp Pride at Dover Elementary
Students Participating in Gardening Group at Riverside Elementary

San Pablo Team for Youth (SPTFY) was redirected as the funding arm of the Community Schools Initiative in 2015 to provide funds to public and non-profit agencies wanting to expand and/or enhance school-based programs and services for children, youth, and families. For Cycle 4, the City of San Pablo offered organizations the opportunity to qualify for Lead Agency funds. 

The Request for Proposals (RFP) identified qualified Lead Agencies capable of partnering with the City of San Pablo to provide effective and sustainable coordination and implementation of the San Pablo Community Schools Strategy in San Pablo Community Schools, and  identified qualified service providers for Richmond High School in the area of Violence Prevention and Intervention.

San Pablo Beacon Community Schools Initiative Infographic Handout

San Pablo Community Schools Initiative, Collaborative Leadership Roles and Responsibilities Handout

 

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  1. Bertha Romo

    Community Services Coordinator II
    Phone: (510) 215-3087

Cycle 4 Funded Agencies FY 2017-2021

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Coordination of Community Schools


Bay Area Community Resources (BACR) provides a full time Beacon Director for Helms Middle School, Dover Elementary School, Downer Elementary School, and Riverside Elementary School. The Beacon Directors contribute to San Pablo’s vision for its children, youth and families by coordinating services to ensure all children and youth receive equitable support for intellectual, social, emotional and physical health and well-being. 
 Logo for Catholic Charities of the East Bay  Violence Prevention & Intervention Catholic Charities of the East Bay (CCEB) provides restorative practices at Richmond High School to students, individually and in groups, as well as school-wide training, coaching, and technical assistance to promote a positive school culture and climate.
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 Violence Prevention & Intervention Familias Unidas operates clinical services at Richmond High School to address youth failing school and experiencing significant barriers due to the challenges of acculturation into the school environment, their communities, and the overall culture. The program includes case management/service linkages and peer mentoring components.
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Coordination of Community Schools

YMCA of the East Bay provides a full time Beacon Director for Lake Elementary School and Bayview Elementary School. The Beacon Directors contribute to San Pablo’s vision for its children, youth and families by coordinating services to ensure all children and youth receive equitable support for intellectual, social, emotional and physical health and well-being.

Program Evaluation
Download the FY11-12 Final Evaluation Report             
Download the FY12-14 Final Evaluation Report 
Download the FY14-15 Final Evaluation Report 
 Download the FY15-16 Final Evaluation Report 
 Download the FY 16-17 Final Evaluation Report  
 Download the FY 17-18 Final Evaluation Report  
 Download the FY 18-19 Final Evaluation Report