Community School Partnership Program


    California Community School Partnership Program (CCSPP) Overview

    The California Community School Partnership Program (CCSPP) aims to promote the growth and development of Community Schools throughout California. These schools adopt a whole-child approach, addressing the needs of students, families, and the community as a whole. By recognizing and harnessing the strengths within our communities, fostering greater engagement in schools, and providing essential resources, these schools become the vibrant hub of their neighborhoods, dedicated to helping students, families, and communities flourish.


What is a Community School?



The Four Pillars of Community Schools

  • Pillar 1: Integrated Student Supports

  • Pillar 2: Family and Community Engagement

  • Pillar 3: Collaborative Leadership and Practices for Educators and Administrators

  • Pillar 4: Extended Learning Time and Opportunities

  • Community School Needs Assessments for Parents/Family

    If you have a student or students at one of the following schools, help us by taking some time to answer a short survey. Your honest responses will help get our Community School planning and development off to a strong start. Click on your school below for the survey.

    This survey is anonymous.

Staff Directory

Showing results for "Professor named Smith at Elementary School"