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Thank you for your interest in Daily Dose, an independent and locally owned coffee shop and cafe proudly calling Maple Grove and Brooklyn Park home.

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**Maple Grove Magazine "Best Coffee Shop" 2015**

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Welcome to Pembroke!

Pembroke is a warm, welcoming learning community, and a great place for children and adults alike. Collaboration, collective effort and commitment are just a few things that you will experience as a part of the Pembroke community. When you visit our school, the pride and dedication of our students, parents and staff are apparent at all times.

As a learning community, we emphasize the importance of developing every child’s social, emotional and academic abilities. All stakeholders make an intentional effort to create an inclusive learning environment. Radiant smiles, teachers as facilitators, parent volunteers and walls covered with student work are all part of our culture, because we know that success for all is achievable when students and families feel welcomed and are involved in every aspect of the education process.

At Pembroke, students are challenged at all academic levels and prepared to be competitive at each level of their education experience and beyond. We are committed to continual learning of instructional best practice and provide learning experiences that integrate critical thinking, communication, collaboration and creativity. We are fortunate to be in a district that not only supports the arts, foreign language and character education, but also provides access to technology across the curriculum. Our staff understands that each child has different needs and we take pride in meeting all learners where they are and supporting the continued growth of the whole child.

Through PASSAGE (Positive and Safe Schools Advancing Greater Equity), AISR has supported districts and communities working together to reduce discipline disparities and promote positive approaches to school discipline. In the first stage of the PASSAGE initiative, funding from The Atlantic Philanthropies supported work in four major urban school districts – New York City, Chicago, Los Angeles, and Nashville. Beginning in 2016, PASSAGE is focusing this work in Nashville, with support from the Schott Foundation for Public Education .

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PASSAGE Nashville and the MNPS Student-Parent Handbook (4/27/17)A steering committee member of AISR's PASSAGE initiative describes how they transformed the Nashville school district's code of conduct to reduce discipline disparities.

As a result of Nashville’s promising work toward implementing a community and district collaboration model in PASSAGE’s first phase, in 2016 Nashville was invited to participate in the next stage of PASSAGE, with Metro Nashville Public Schools as its district partner and the Oasis Center , a Nashville nonprofit that helps vulnerable youth overcome barriers through wraparound services, as PASSAGE's core community partner.

Current PASSAGE work in Nashville will support:

A steering committee and five working groups comprised of these stakeholders have met for two years. The new initiative will also support practices that build teacher capacity and collaboration in order to examine persistent discipline disparities at the school level, implement interventions that create supportive classrooms and school climate, and develop procedures for collecting and tracking relevant data to measure progress over time.

National school discipline data expert highlights Metro Schools’progress Metro Nashville Public Schools 3/5/17

Nashville's effort to cut student suspensions recognized by national expert The Tennessean 2/21/17

Highs, lows a part of Nashville schools' discipline initiative The Tennessean 11/4/16

Tennessee students more likely to be suspended if they’re black boys — or live in Memphis Chalkbeat Tennessee 10/25/16

Metro Schools Work To Close The Discipline Gap Channel 5, Nashville 10/13/16

Sandra Greniewicki, Anne Warren Thomas Professor of Nursing Health Policy, poses for a photo inside the Lockett-Mitchell Parlour. (AJ Reynolds/Brenau University)

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In May of 1961, President John F. Kennedy tapped into that nascent mother lode of good old American faith and chutzpah when he declared that the veritable global laughing stock of a U.S. space program would put a man on the moon by the end of the decade. A year earlier, a group of Gainesville, Georgia, citizens declared that in three years 10 students would receive diplomas from the nursing school they just established without any professional reputation, accreditation, endowment or operating capital.

Although on different scales, both outlandish visions came to pass, proving that if you put enough heart, soul and faith into it, a dream can come true.

That Hall School of Nursing three-year diploma program from the 1960s ultimately morphed into Brenau University’s Mary Inez Grindle School of Nursing, which over the years has produced hundreds of graduates with bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees in nursing, who have improved health care for hundreds of thousands of people.

It truly is a remarkable story of the beginnings of a transformation in both the community and an institution. As her last major contribution to Brenau, the person who wants to tell that story is the Anne Warren Thomas nursing professor Sandra Atkinson Greniewicki, whose qualification for writing the history is that she helped make it.

Greniewicki has worn just about every hat on the rack – faculty liaison, consultant, chair, dean, provost, two named professorships – in the roughly 30 years that she has had formal roles. However, her relationship with Brenau covers four decades during which she worked intermittently in key positions at schools in Virginia, Illinois, North Carolina, Alabama and Michigan. Her international health care leadership has extended into both China and Mexico, where she taught and practiced nursing in several large universities. She has been a regular financial contributor to the nursing program over the years and is considering establishing an estate gift. A few years ago she came out of retirement to help Brenau establish its first doctorate – a nursing practice degree for those who function in generally the same capacity as physician assistants in diagnosing and treating patients.

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