In pursuit of evidence-based models, we work in and around Creighton neighborhoods and schools to cultivate a sense of school-centered identity, foster neighbor interaction, and increase social capacity with the aim of improving relational community supports that surround our developing children.
While we focus broadly on developing school capacity and providing access to new resources for our Title I schools, our primary work is Community Works. Community Works is all about neighborhood reinvestment based on a model of relocation and in-the-streets work in our neighborhoods of most significant need.
Our goal? A neighborhood-wide improvement in social interaction and supportive relationships and expectations for kids. The same supportive relationships that leading researchers say have a fundamental influence on the trajectory of child development.
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