Links to additional online resources and tools, including kindergarten transition plans used in different communities, promising practices, and research.
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Over 150 attendees took part in an event the SUN collaboration hosted on April 12th to raise awareness around disproportionate discipline rates for students of color
The Early Kindergarten Transition Program (EKT) is a part of Kindergarten Counts and will be offered at 41 SUN Community Schools this summer.
The SUN Service System generally has few open employment opportunities. Most hiring occurs through our non-profit partner agencies.
The following documents were created by the Multnomah County Linkage Steering Committee as tools for communicating to parents about chronic absence in kindergarten.
Kindergarten Counts is a community wide campaign in Multnomah County bringing together early childhood and school partners to promote successful kindergarten transitions in SUN Community Schools.
The following are support materials and other resources for SUN Service System (SUN) contractor agencies who provide Anti-Poverty programs to SUN children and...
The following are support materials and other resources for SUN Service System contractor agencies who provide Parent and Child Development Services to SUN children and their families.
Register for Kindergarten by June 1 is an outreach campaign to encourage and support parents to register their child before school offices close for the summer.
The task force focused on SUN services offered, partnerships between complementary agencies and longer-term efficiencies.
The following are support materials and other resources for SUN Service System (SUN) contractor agencies who provide Social and...
There are several ways one can volunteer or be an intern with the SUN Service System.
The SUN Service System vision is for a system that realizes the potential of those served through inclusive access to an array of effective services and initiatives.
The Action for Prosperity toolkit is an interactive resource guide that houses materials and forms related to the Action for Prosperity (AFP) program.
Students of any age who miss just two days of school a month are more likely to fall behind and less likely to graduate. Check with your school to find out how your child is doing.
Bienestar de la Familia was awarded the Chair’s Excellence Award in 2013
Forms and tools for Parent Child Development Services Youth Advocacy Program, SUN Community Schools and Multnomah Stability Initiative
This information provided for raters to read in advance of Rater Orientation, if desired.
Information to support parents on attendance
Additional resources for community partners
Nutritious food for families when food is hard to come by.
Resources for partners of the SUN Service System.
SUN Service System releases a new Service Delivery Model.
Each year, the SUN Service System analyzes data from program and school district databases. We look at what we know about who we serve, as well as what outcomes they achieve after...