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How do ACEs impact students' health, educational opportunities?

July 09, 2019

Adverse Childhood Experiences, or ACEs, is a catalog of traumatic events that, when added together, can oftentimes predict a person's future health. Thing such as childhood neglect, an alcoholic parent, abuse in the home, and having a... Read More

Students Recognized for Hard Work, Staying On Track

June 03, 2019

We were on hand this week to acknowledge and celebrate the top student in each grade who has worked hard all year to overcome barriers and stay on track at Berea, Lakeview, Tanglewood Middle Schools and Greenville Early College. The... Read More

Collective Work Fosters Innovation and Opportunities

May 08, 2019

Perhaps one of the most unique elements to OnTrack Greenville's collective impact work is the coming together of partners from multiple sectors, systems and organizations to foster creative problem solving and achieve a common goal: to... Read More

Equity and Inequality Remain Key Concerns

May 07, 2019

"At a school with 90% of the students living in poverty, and 50% of the students speaking another language, we can't forget those kids need a great effort to pull them up...more services are going to have to be provided for those... Read More

What is the Collective Impact Model?

May 07, 2019

In 2011, the Stanford Social Innovation Review (SSIR) published definitive research highlighting the proven success of the Collective Impact Model. It's one that has shown significant positive change over time as a national framework... Read More

School-Based Health Centers Improve Access to Healthcare for Students

April 22, 2019

A student wants to try out for the school soccer team, but can't because a sports physical is required for participation and Medicaid only allows one physical a year and the additional cost for a physical is prohibitive. Another student... Read More

Why Does School Attendance Matter?

April 08, 2019

How many missed days of school is too many? Research indicates missing 10% or more of school days puts the student into the chronically absent category. At first glance, you might assume missing too many days of schools has only short-term... Read More

United Way Teams Up with Greenville County Schools for MLK Lessons

January 28, 2019

For one week in January, several Greenville County Schools took time out from their regular curriculum to dedicate learning about Martin Luther King's legacy. The Greenville Journal covered the events in a recent issue. Read the full... Read More

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