Learning Launch

Learning Launch provides educator-requested supplies to each of our 103 campuses. United to Learn provides the necessary resources needed for building and strengthening literacy skills by providing rigorous materials and learning experiences.

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Campus "Lift-Offs"

Campus “Lift-Offs” are offered to select campuses to elevate the start of the school experience for students and staff as a part of our annual Learning Launch campaign. Select principals can choose enhancement options such as balloon arches, a DJ celebration, petting zoos, or healthy snacks for the staff lounge.

Community Campus Day

This signature program occurs across our Dallas ISD elementary partner schools and is a high-energy opportunity for community investment. Campus leadership identifies and designs a campus enhancement project to implement in collaboration with community volunteers. Projects range from aspirational murals to outdoor science classrooms, all galvanizing community investment and improving campus culture.

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Staff Appreciation

We provide staff appreciation meals or snacks to celebrate and enhance our relationships with campus staff. A back-to-school treat, holiday meal, and a meal during STAAR Testing season are provided to support staff across all our partner schools throughout the academic year.

Professional Development

We provide curated opportunities for professional development and collaboration related to creating aspirational learning environments and best practices for Community Campus Day project implementation and use, such as Gardening 101 and Utilizing your Spirit/Incentive Store, etc.

Learning Environment Impact

240

Community Campus Day Projects since 2018

10K+

Volunteers

95

Learning Launch Campus Lift Offs since 2018

$2M+

Invested in Community Campus Day

Campus climate not only sets the tone for every learning experience a child has on our campus, but it also determines what students ultimately believe about their own potential.

– Katherine Wanserski Eska, Principal, North Dallas High School (formerly of Kramer Elementary)

To learn more about how we build aspirational learning environments, contact our Director of Learning Environments, Meghann Zenteno, [email protected].