Jump-start your district’s initiative to honor student voice.
Thousands of educators and civic leaders have attended presentations by The Centergy Project and they have heard stories proving the power of community collaboration to transform lives. The reaction is always the same: “Every school and community needs something like this!”
The Centergy Project provides training and support to school districts on the actionable processes related to providing wraparound services in schools. TCP consulting enables school districts to create “right-sized” systems of support that are tailored to the needs and resources of your district and community.
“So far, nine districts in Georgia, as well as a handful of districts in other states, have gone through the Centergy cycle, which, boiled down, seeks to understand students’ greatest needs and then loop in existing community organizations to help meet those needs in a “wraparound” model.” – EdSurge
Watch this video about the opening of the new Banneker High School S.A.F.E. Center (Student and Family Engagement Center)! It is a privilege to work alongside them and see the remarkable impact their Center is having.
The Peoria Public School system, under the leadership of Dr. Sharon Kherat, galvanized the community to build The Wraparound Center to support Peoria students and their families. It’s an honor to help them build not only a Center, but also Hope.
“Our Wraparound Center emerged from the consultation and guidance of Leigh Colburn and Linda Beggs. What makes our partnership with The Centergy Project so valuable is the continued support, sharing of resources, and consultations that continue to guide Peoria Public Schools as we grow our brand new Center.”
– Derrick Booth, Director of Social Emotional Learning, Peoria Public Schools
What People Are Saying
Nine districts in Georgia, as well as a handful of districts in other states, have gone through the Centergy Cycle.
Graduate Marietta Student Life Center was named as a synergistic and cost-effective example of how schools can help students thrive.