When City Connects enters a school, it becomes the conductor of the vast orchestra of school- and community-based resources for children, driving the right set of resources to the right child at the right time. City Connects places a Master's level Site Coordinator, usually a social worker or school counselor, in a school. Each fall, the Coordinator meets with every teacher to review every child. They (1) discuss the child’s strengths and needs across multiple domains of development: academic, social-emotional, health, and family; and (2) assess the complexities interfering with healthy child development and readiness to learn on a continuum ranging from “no risk” to “severe risk.” Based on the profile of the child, and in consultation with the family and school staff, every child receives a personalized support plan detailing the tailored services and opportunities needed to optimize readiness to learn. The Coordinator is responsible for seeing that each plan is implemented and matches the child to existing in-school and community-based services and resources. Using proprietary technology systems to align resources, track service delivery, and ensure fidelity of implementation, the Coordinator secures the personalized set of enrichment and interventions that develops each child’s potential and readiness to learn.