WELCOME TO

360 BLUEPRINT

360 Blueprint is a non-profit organization program that provides mentoring to at-risk youth in Washoe County Elementary Schools throughout the Reno/Sparks area. In collaboration with the WCSD, 360 Blueprint has gained the support and partnership of local community organizations, the University of Nevada – Reno, businesses, and the Reno and Sparks Police Departments.

Who we serve

We currently are partnered with 11 WCSD elementarys schools, 8 of which are Title I schools. For more information about are sp​​​​​​​onsored schools and Title I, please visit the Washoe Schools home page. 

Our  Partners 

Through our community involvement initiative, over the years 360 Blueprint has partnered with local business, community organizations, local law enforcement, and with the University of Nevada, Reno. 

Our impact

Over the past 4 years,  our mentors have made a long lasting impact on the students that they have worked with throughout the community. 

Get Involved 

There are various ways in which you can become part of the 360 Blueprint Initiative. Contact us for more information. 

Volunteering

Making a Difference

You can make a difference in our community by reading with an at-risk elementary student in one of our 11 partnered WCSD schools,

an hour before school starts or an hour after school for once to twice a week.

Community

A Collaborative Partnership  

The 360 Blueprint program design incoorporates community partnerships to positively impact the Reno-Sparks community, we are one for the community!

Reading & Relationships

Creating  Lasting Success With People Who Care

By incorporating two components: Reading and Relationships, the 360 Blueprint serves as an additional support for at-risk students in the 1st to 4th grade. The first component, Reading, students are provided with an additional academic support for students that are below the reading level. Through the second component, Relationships, students are able to grow in areas outside the classroom in order to suceed academically and prevent future behavioral problems. 

 

 

Mentoring

Law Enforcement

Law Enforcement Officers (LEOs) provide a positive law enforcement relationship with schools, families, and community through positive interaction.  Active LEOs use the Officer Feedback Form​​​​​​​ to sumbit a report of your school visit . 

Mentors 

Through Reading and Relationships, mentors contribute to the academic improvement and peronal growth of their student. Fill out the Mentor Session Feeback Form to submit a report of your session. 

Volunteers

You can make a difference in our community by reading with an at-risk elementary student in one of our 11 partnered WCSD schools, an hour before school starts or an hour after school for once to twice a week.