Community Care Overview
The Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child (WSCC) model is an effort to provide a healthy, safe, engaging, supportive, and challenging environment for our students, families and staff. The office of Community Care was developed to support the WSCC initiative while also supporting the social and emotional needs of D49 staff. The office of Community Care’s mission is to support the social/emotional needs of students, staff and the community.
Students- Social/emotional Learning (SEL) is a large portion of the work of Community Care. By helping schools develop initiatives that encourage social/emotional learning by addressing the social/emotional standards set by CDE, we hope to better prepare our students with 21st Century skills that will last a life time.
Staff- Supported and cared for staff are the backbone of District 49. Community Care advocates for staff needs that promote a healthy work environment. Our goal is to make District 49 the best place to learn, work and lead.
Community番茄app社区成人- By working with the community, we hope to create a supported environment for students, staff and families. Community Care is dedicated to supporting families and working with community members to encourage community engagement in District 49.
About Dr. Kim Boyd, PsyD, BCBA-D
Dr. Boyd has been in District 49 since January of 2002 and has held several positions during that time: Lead School Psychologist, Child Find Coordinator, Autism Team Lead, Traumatic Brain Injury Team Lead, and District Behavior Analyst. Dr. Boyd has had the opportunity to work within every school in the district over her 15 years of service and has helped to develop several programs at these schools.
番茄app社区成人 As a Clinical Psychologist and Board Certified Behavior Analyst- Doctoral Level, Dr. Boyd brings a unique perspective on social/emotional learning and supports to District 49. Dr. Boyd has had her own private practice, conducted diagnostics for the area Medicaid Diagnostic Clinic, taught at the University of the Rockies and supported the Colorado Department of Education in statewide trainings. In 2015, Dr. Boyd was awarded the Colorado School Psychologist of the year award and was nominated for the National School Psychologist award in 2017.
The District 49 community is very important to Dr. Boyd as all three of her children attended school from elementary to graduation in the Falcon Zone. She is very involved in her community and has a desire to support community efforts for students, staff and community members.