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Do you want to uncover, clarify, and address underlying barriers to your students’ achievement and wellness?

We can help your school gather student voice to customize wraparound services through community partnerships.

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Join us on Thursday, October 21 at 11:00am Eastern Time. We'll learn how you can implement Focused Conversations to help your students, faculty, and families unpack events of 2020 & 2021 and their impact.

You'll get a chance to ask questions as well as get an activity to kick off the school year with your students.

Join us on Thursday, October 28 at either at 10:30am or 1:30pm Eastern Time. We'll be teaming up with trauma experts Joe & Dardi Hendershott from Hope 4 the Wounded for Trauma-Informed Support through Student Voice and Educator Wellness.

You'll get a chance to learn about:

  • Gathering Student Voice

  • Trauma-Informed Practices

  • Meeting the Social-Emotional & Wellness Needs of Students

  • Educator Wellness

Stephanie Johnson
Deputy Superintendent Georgia Department of Education

The Centergy Project is proof that community partners, stakeholder participation, families and educators can work together to provide comprehensive interrelated layers of support needed for students to have success regardless of circumstances. This support addresses the needs of the “Whole Child” and makes success an option for every student. What an innovative idea to provide in every learning community!

Robert D. Barr
Educator and best selling author

By listening to student voice, Leigh and Linda have deconstructed the concept of
social-emotional needs. What starts as an effort to understand the needs of students blossoms into a multifaceted wave transforming not only the schools
but the communities surrounding them.

Jeremy Williams
Superintendent 
Gainesville City School System

Sometimes we in education want to jump straight to replicating what we see. In Gainesville, we took our time by starting with gathering student voice because we wanted to get it right. Now our students get to see people they’ve never seen before in this building investing in their futures.

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