Black Student Achievement Program (BSAP)
“Successful Black student achievement is defined by high academic performance, strong social-emotional awareness and management, and a positive cultural identity…” - BSAP Mantra
At Narbonne, the BSAP Team is committed to supporting and elevating Black students to attain the goals set forth for them in the BSAP Mantra. Our team consists of one Administrator, one Coordinator, three School Climate Advisors, two Psychiatric Social Workers, two Pupil Services and Attendance Counselors, and a Restorative Justice Advisor.
If you need our services or resources, please come visit us in E1.
To create an environment that holds and maintains a safe space to empower Black students to attain high achievement, high academic performance, achieve social-emotional awareness, and positive cultural identity through mentorship, exposure to authentic and diverse representations of blackness, and stressing the importance of reaching back.
Black Lives Matter at School Week!
The Black Lives Matter at School Week of Action begins January 31, 2022. The goal of Black Lives Matter at School is to spark an ongoing movement of critical reflection and honest conversation and impactful actions in school communities for people of all ages to engage with issues of racial justice.
Attached are some resources you can use individually or in the classroom.