Building Green Bridges (BGB)
The BGB Collaborative Working Group is an alliance of Early College Opportunities (ECO) Applied Science Magnet School, Santa Fe Community College (SFCC), the Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association (SFAHBA), the Building Trades Advisory Corporation (BTAC), the Green Chamber of Commerce, youth service organizations and community volunteers.
To build on the success of the Academy for Sustainability Education (ASE) and the unanimous vote of the Santa Fe Public Schools (SFPS) Board of Education to start the ECO Magnet High School this coming school year, BGB has developed a comprehensive mission. The mission is as follows:
To use highly structured community connections, data-driven best educational practices (including project-based learning and an immersive schedule), soft and hard workforce readiness skills, and a wraparound approach to maximize academic and career success for underachieving and underutilized Santa Fe youth. While ECO will be the applied setting for BGB, the mission will also focus on developing, applying, interpreting and reforming success metrics, training protocols and the engagement of industry, government, nonprofit and volunteer stakeholders to support and leverage the work of the applied science magnet school.
The Building Green Bridges Committee has identified the following Outcomes using the Results-Based Accountability (RBA) framework.
The Building Green Bridges Committee has identified the following Indicators using the Results-Based Accountability (RBA) framework.
The Primary Indicators that the CWG most contributes to:
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- Initiated mentorship and leadership program
- Brainstormed and initiated development of tiny home buisness and fine woodworking business
- Identified and articulated programs of study in five career pathways aligned with Santa Fe Community College certification
- Successful launch of ECO Magnet School
Lynn Bickley, Interfaith Coalition for Public Education: firstname.lastname@example.org 806 773 2268