Two years ago, the Racine Collaborative for Children’s Mental Health explored the idea of expanding school-based mental health services in local schools. One year ago, schools were selected and plans were made to implement such an idea. Today, the program is wrapping up its first year of implementation in two, local elementary schools. This Community Briefing will bring together community leaders and interested stakeholders to learn more about this innovative approach to addressing the mental health needs of children in Racine.
The Leopold Leadership Program provides researchers with the skills, approaches, and theoretical frameworks for translating their knowledge to action and catalyzing change to address the world’s most pressing sustainability challenges. The program provides leadership training to 20 outstanding academic researchers from across North America who are working on environmental and/or sustainability issues. The training for fellows is designed around a powerful question: What does it mean to be a leader in addressing today's environmental and sustainability challenges? The goals of the training are twofold: • Provide academic environmental leaders with the skills, strategic thinking, and presence to mobilize and set directions for building solutions; and • Create a network of environmental leaders who share both a common language and set of experiences and practices.
Have Mark Hertzberg describe the work of Frank Lloyd Wright in the Racine area.
To discuss the implications of the award for the Healthier Wisconsin Partnership Program.
The purpose of the meeting is to showcase the beauty of the region, and highlight local and regional artists. As well, the event is an important event to promote awareness of the Downtown Racine Corporation.