Our School Partnerships program empowers all members of the school community—students, parents and caregivers, teachers and staff—to reduce bullying, promote achievement and help all students feel valued and respected.
The programs are based on the research-proven developmental assets model and meet California Department of Education criteria for research-based youth development for the Safe and Drug Free Schools program. In addition, Project Cornerstone programs complement Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) and align schoolwide efforts to improve climate by changing student behavior.
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Schools that fully participate in our programs show improved academic achievement, fewer behavior referrals and more students reporting a positive and caring school climate. We invite you to learn how Project Cornerstone helps schools build vibrant communities of learners:
For more information about our school-based programs, contact us at (408) 351-6482 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Project Cornerstone’s programs and services are a starting point to involve the entire school community in creating a caring climate where more students are able to succeed socially, emotionally and academically.
—Marcy Lauck, Retired SJUSD Manager for Continuous Improvement
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