December 30, 2015
Taking Stock of 2015 Collective Impact & Looking
Forward to 2016

Thanks to your support and participation, we have come a long way to build collective impact in Santa Fe to improve outcomes for our children, youth and families. Together, we have:

Some of our educational institutions including Santa Fe Public Schools and Santa Fe Community College have made real strides in improving outcomes in the past years with significant increases in PreK enrollment, high school graduation rates and degree/certificate productions. But, there is so much more we can do together. In 2016, we look forward to building on this collective impact momentum and continuing to align our efforts to turn the curve on outcomes for our children and youth. Stay tuned for more positive momentum you can be part of and, if you haven’t yet, sign up to be a Collective Impact Partner.


Santa Fe Public Schools - We  LOVE SFPS
There’s a lot to love about Santa Fe Public Schools. Our school district has made much positive headway. For instance, students are performing at higher levels and more students are graduating high school, and much more! It’s all highlighted in this new video from Santa Fe Public Schools presented at the 2015 State of the Schools meeting.
Community Workshop - Safety + Success Institute

What: The Safety+Success Institute is a one-day workshop that provides participants with the skills and resources to design data-driven projects focused on the safety, health and education of children and youth. Key topics include: assessment, planning, action and evaluation. The hands-on workshop, where you work on your current idea or project, promotes experiments and initiatives that are results-focused and technology-infused. Participants also receive one-on-one coaching focused on project development, implementation and evaluation.

Who: The workshop is designed for those interested in a data-driven process working on youth-focused projects in Santa Fe. Participants are strongly encouraged to come in teams of two with either laptops or tablets.

When+Where: Thurs. Feb. 4, 9am-4pm, Santa Fe Community Foundation, 501 Halona St, Santa Fe

Registration: Space is very limited. Registration closes Jan 29. The Foundation is providing this workshop at no cost in collaboration with Safety+Success Communities in support of the Santa Fe Birth to Career Collaboration.

To register, please email Dominic Cappello with your name, agency affiliation, contact information, and area of interest.


Presenters: The workshop, modeled after the STEP: Data Scholars Initiative, is facilitated by Dominic Cappello and Natalie Skogerboe with Safety and Success Communities.

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