DISTRICT ALERT Posted Feb 20, 2018, 6:30:32 AM: Little Kalama on Snow Route AM and PM

Family & Student Outreach and Resource Coordinator Report

To:  Michael Green

From:  Leslie Mohlman

Date:  Oct 18th, 2017

Re:  Program Developments and outcomes

Met one-on-one and developed trusting relationships with 48 households in the month of September and provided 228 resource referrals to outside agencies. 25 of those families and students were identified as McKinney Vento.

Basic Needs Given Directly to Families and Students:

Food Assistance

(non- backpack program)

18

Clothing Assistance

 31

Shoes

22

Toiletries / hygiene

38

Early intervention (diapers, wipes, formula)

5

School Supplies/Backpacks - per individual

10

Other – blankets, pillows, furniture

19

Total

143


Site Based Programs / Direct Support
:

Share Backpack Program

(total number of students distributed every Friday)

45

Food Pantry TEAM High (# of visits to pantry)

106

Food Pantry High School (# of visits to pantry)

24

WIS Food Pantry Visits (# of visits to the pantry)

59

FCRC - Primary School

42

Total

234


Our Kids, Our Business Task force Meeting

We will be hosting our third meeting for Our Kids, Our Business on Nov. 2nd, 2017 – 7:00 at the Primary School.  The theme and conversations about this event include support for grandparents/relatives raising a child.

Lunch Buddies Program

We were able to recruit 14 community members for our Lunch Buddy Program and it started this week at Woodland Intermediate School. 

Health Care

Partnered with district nurse to identify students that returned health questionnaires indicating students were without health insurance.   Sea Mar came for 3 hours and registered 3 families that needed coverage. Then followed up with 11 other families and sent information and made phone calls to ensure they had the coverage and resources needed.  

Housing Navigator

Jill Boaglio from Love Overwhelming has settled in and immediately started supporting our families. Below is her report of activities during September 25th through October 16th, 2017:

Current case load: 11

Referrals to Coordinated Entry: 9

Prevention & Diversion Referrals: 8

Total referrals for community resources: 24

In-Kind Donations

Gift Card Donations                            $100

Clothing Donations                             $3200

Food Donations                                   $2000

Other Donations                                 $300(blankets, school supplies, hygiene items, water bottles)

Help Us Move In

Working with Love Overwhelming and Woodland Action to get more funds in our area for families needing move-in costs for housing.  This will require a campaign to local businesses and organizations but this is much needed in Woodland.   We only have a few housing programs and we need more funds to support our families when they are experiencing a housing crisis.