School’s Out Washington published the King County Out-of-School Time Landscape Scan by BERK Consulting with funding from Road Map Project Region Race to the Top, Puget Sound Educational Service District. ...Read More
What we do
For young people to succeed in school, work, and life, they must have access to learning environments where every child feels safe, supported, connected, and inspired to learn and thrive. The Whole Child, Whole Day Advisory Committee, staffed by Youth Development Executives of King County, takes a comprehensive approach to social and emotional learning that includes school culture and environment, as well as classroom instruction in both formal and informal settings. We call this the “whole child, whole day” approach.
We are committed to building cross-sector partnerships and systems that promote whole-child, whole-day efforts. Our activities include hosting the Social and Emotional Learning Symposium, sharing research and resources, and partnering and collaborating with other groups such as the University of Washington’s SEL Consortium, School’s Out Washington, and Best Starts for Kids school partnerships.
Local SEL programs and policies
Whole Child, Whole Day Advisory Committee meetings
The Whole Child, Whole Day Advisory Committee meets the second Wednesday of every month.Learn More
The Road Map Project System-Wide Racial Equity Essentials are foundational, cradle-through-college system-level efforts that, if strengthened, will help our region advance racial equity and support student success. The Whole Child, Whole Day Advisory Committee is working in service of the following essentials: