One District, Many Stories: A Collection of Models of Support for Students and Families
This interactive session will demonstrate how the strategies used at United Independent School District have impacted student learning and family engagement. District staff will share best practices on how student data and progress monitoring tools are utilized to plan and execute interventions and enrichment opportunities for our most marginalized student populations. Learn how the district has addressed social-emotional needs through our Resiliency Program. Experience how the district has reimagined family and community engagement through our journey of yearlong initiatives, such as the Parent Learning Summit, United Council of Parents, Family Nights, Project H.O.P.E., and our UISD "Family Matters" Resource Center. Walk away with tools and creative ideas that can help you write your own story!
Rebecca Coss-Morales has over 20 years of education experience as a Classroom Teacher, Academic Coordinator, Assistant Principal, Campus Principal, and Executive Director.
Maria Adriana Guerra has over 20 years of education experience as a Classroom Teacher, Academic Coordinator, Assistant Principal, and Tx. 21st CCLC Program Coordinator.
Sara Hernandez has over 25 years of education experience as a Classroom Teacher, Curriculum and Instructional Coordinator, Federal Programs Coordinator, Foster Care & Homeless Liaison.