Community of Care and Support for Students

As defined by the National Policy Board for Educational Administration, Community of Care and Support for Students are defined as the following:

Effective educational leaders cultivate an inclusive, caring, and supportive
school community that promotes the academic success and well-being of
each student.

Effective leaders:

a) Build and maintain a safe, caring, and healthy school environment that meets that the academic, social, emotional, and physical needs of each student.
b) Create and sustain a school environment in which each student is known, accepted and valued, trusted and respected, cared for, and encouraged to be an active and responsible member of the school community.
c) Provide coherent systems of academic and social supports, services, extracurricular activities, and accommodations to meet the range of learning needs of each student.
d) Promote adult-student, student-peer, and school-community relationships that value and support academic learning and positive social and emotional development.
e) Cultivate and reinforce student engagement in school and positive student conduct.
f) Infuse the school’s learning environment with the cultures and languages of the
school’s community.

I have met these criteria evidenced by the following:

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