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Challenge Team

Te Sunnyvale Challenge Team is a community group that meets each month to discuss the challenges facing youth and families in our community. Leaders from private and public sectors, including educational, judicial, health care and faith-based organizations, look for creative and compassionate methods to bring positive influences into the lives of youth and to guide them away from the damaging influences of gangs and drugs.

GOAL ACTIVITES

Our Challenge Team supports activities designed for youth at risk and families, along with other projects involving elementary, middle and high school aged youth from our local public and private schools in the city of Sunnyvale. The Challenge Team looks to The 40 Developmental Assets as a guide in our efforts. We believe that working together we can make a difference for our youth of today and for the health and productivity of our community.

Learn about being a Mentor

See the Sunnyvale Challenge Team project that was highlighted in the Sunnyvale Sun by click here.

Steering Committee News

The Challenge Team Steering Committee has developed 4 key initiatives;

  • Parenting Initiative
  • Youth at risk Initiative
  • K through 8 Initiative
  • 9 through 14 Initiative

Next Meeting:  March 26, 2014, 7:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.

This meeting will focus on some of the action items from our strategic planning exercise last month.   We also have a presentation from Lt. Ryan Yin of our Community Services Bureau.  Ryan will give us an overview of the Neighborhood Resource Officer program and the service that this work group offers to our schools, neighborhoods and businesses.  The group will be prepared to answer your questions and to discuss community safety trends in our schools and neighborhoods.

Meeting February 26, 2014

Meeting Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Meeting Notes November 20
Learned about the state's health exchange, "Covered California", in response to the federal Affordable Care Act.

Meeting Notes October 30
Captain Doug Moretto
Discussed Challenge Team overarching goals of Prevention, Intervention and Enforcement. He emphasized that although there is gang activity in Sunnyvale, it is still a very safe city. He also discussed the importance of determining Challenge Team future objectives and goals.

A task force of Challenge Team members led by Ron Markillie met on Oct. 23 click here for meeting notes

DPS Detective Ketchum and Detective Jorgensen provided an overview of Sunnyvale gangs and associated crimes.

Round Table
Teen Advisory Committe (TAC) Introduction to Yoga Workshop Nov. 11, 6:00-7:30 p.m. Sunnyvale Public Library - Program Room. Sign up by email tacinfo@sunnyvale.ca.gov first come, first served.

Project Cornerstone Asset Champion Nominations http://projectcornerstone.org/html/assetchampions.html

Fresh Lifelines for Youth (FLY) Showcase Breakfast on Dec. 6 http://flyprogram.org/get-involved/#events

AYRU Rugby Season November - January, Scholarships available http://ayru.net/

U.S. Department of Justice Reports

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