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1 S3 Safe and Supportive Grant

2 Summary of Initiatives completed for School Year: Recruit the team: Who, What, When, Where, How and Why Kick Start our Bullying and Harassment Campaign Online submission set up at High School: AODA, Gang related activities and Bullying/Harassment Implementation of Link Crew Gang Education for Staff Policy Revisions AODA Student Support Program to support alcohol free activities for Canes Hallway vision and Eyes in the Stands New Security System Care Like a Cane Campaigns and community publicity

3 Safe and Supportive Schools Grant Statistics From YRBS survey (Youth Risk Behavioral Survey) Bad News compared with Good News compared with

4 Stats From YRBS The Following Statistics were taken last school Year at the high school in 9 th and 11 th grade and again this last spring Perception is reality for our Teenagers. These Statistics allow our district to request further grant monies as well as establish: PrioritiesPurpose The average School Safety scores for were , with some schools up near 800 with over 100 expulsions. Hayward was with a behavioral score of The average School Safety scores for were , with some schools very high again. Hayward was but the only portion that raised was the behavioral score at The YRBS index was consistent. This trend in our district was predicted by administration and will be projected to take a downward trend the next two grant years. Low YRBS scores are a great indication that we are doing a lot of things right by our students.

5 Bullying is when one or more students tease, threaten, spread rumors about, hit, shove or hurt another student over and over again. In % of our student body believes that harassment and bullying is a problem at HHS. Female 61.1% Male 38.1% 63% Native American, 48.3% white, 38.9%multi-Ethnic, 62.5% Hispanic In % of our student body believes that harassment and bullying is a problem at HHS 56.9% female 41% male 47.4% Native American, 48.9% white, 50% multi-Ethnic, 50% Hispanic

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7 % of our student body believes that gang activity is a problem in our school. Female 43.5%, Male 54.6% 66.7% Native American, 47.6%White, 55.6% Multi-Ethnic, 25% Hispanic % that of our student body believes this now. Male 61.5%, Female 61.6% Hispanic: 55.6%, Native 68.4%, White 60.6%,Multi-Ethnic 58.3%

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9 In % of students in Hayward have admitted to using alcohol in the past 30 days. Female 34.3% Male 41.2% Hispanic 50%,Native American 44.4%, White 37.1% Multi-Ethnic 33.3% It appears that in alcohol use is down near 25.3 % in our student body!! Female 23.9%, Male 27% Hispanic 39%, Native American 40.4%, White 21%, Multi-Ethnic 25%

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11 In %of our student body believes that violence is a problem in our school 33.3% Female 22.7%Male 37% Native American 28.7%White 16.7% multi-Ethnic It appears that this belief is down to 24.8% 37% Female, 23.4 % Male Hispanic 5.68%, Native American 22.8%, White 26.7%, Multi-Ethnic 29.2%

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13 % of our student body has been offered, sold or given illegal drugs on school property. 27% 9 th graders, 19 % 11 th graders Female 21.3% Male 24.7% 37% Native American, 20.3% White, 33.3%Multi-Ethnic Only % 17.6% 9 th graders, 16.8% 11 th graders Female 13.9%, Male 14% Hispanic 5.6%, Native American 28.1%, White 10.4%, Multi-Ethnic 20.8%

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15 In % of our student body were physically assaulted by hitting, punching or kicking while on school property Female 18.5% Male 25.8% Hispanic 25%, Native American 25.9%, 23.1% White, 38.9% Multi-Ethnic In Reports were very similar at 20.1% reported physical assault. 7.4% Female, 21.7% Male Hispanic 11.2%, Native American 21.1%, White 12.8%, Multi-Ethnic 20.9%

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17 New Stats of Concern Do you agree or disagree that staff at this school enforces the rules for student behavior and conduct. In % of students do not agree that these rules are enforced by staff at our school. In % males 4.6% females have carried a weapon, such as a gun, knife, or club in the last 30 days. Disaggregation by race not significant.

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19 Now for Some Great News!

20 Over 80% of our students want to go to college still over 80% of students want to go to college

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22 Over 80% of HHS students think that students have lots of chances to get involved in sports, clubs and other activities outside of classes % of HHS students reported this same good news!

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24 Around 70% of our students report that they have a teacher or other adult in the school that they can talk to if they have problems results are consistent!

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26 % Juniors and 75% of Freshman agree that they feel safe while attending school % Juniors and 75% of Freshman agree that they feel safe while attending school totals 76.8% students feel safe while attending school!

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28 Over 60% of our students believe that teachers really care about them and give them a lot of encouragement % believe the same!

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30 Measurable Objectives summarized from % decrease in our student body believing that harassment and bullying is a problem at HHS 1.9% decrease, heading the right direction. Research shows….. 10% decrease in our student body believing that gang activity is a problem in our school. 1% increased- not good, so we will be looking at this further. 10% decrease of students in Hayward admitting to using alcohol in the past 30 days. This HAPPENED, so we will continue with the same programming we had in place. 12.3% decrease Uncomfortably HIGH Ticketing in our Athletes population. 10% decrease of students believing that violence is a problem in our school. 3.5% decrease, so headed the right direction 10% decrease in students being offered, sold or given illegal drugs on school property. 9% *This was close!! 10% decrease in our students reporting physical assault by hitting, punching or kicking while on school property. 1.9% decrease only, headed the right direction We are projecting an additional 5% decrease in all of these identified Statistics in Reductions

31 Measurable Objectives con… HHS will work towards an increase their Graduation rate by 3% in Native American population and overall graduation rate We went from %, %, % in Native American population. Overall graduation rate went from %, % %. We saw an increase in disciplinary referrals, out school suspensions and decrease in expulsions in while student enlightenment is took place. (behavioral score went from in to in ) Looking for a 5% decrease in referrals and OSS and will track progress monthly. See online submission hits potentially increase. We had January 49 reports. We will also determine location specific areas in Bullying and Harassment 32 Violence and Gang activity 0 (Interesting because our YRBS stat % went up 1%.) Concern for personal safety/friend 11 Drug and Alcohol intervention 6

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33 Measurable Objectives Cont. We will also work toward having every incoming freshman take part in at least one extra-curricular activity and run prevention programs within that structure. Our extra-curricular % participation went up from into in school Sponsored Community Activities with offerings going down % participation and 53% participation Our In school Extra-curriculars offerrings stayed the same, we took total #of activities down slightly and saw a slight increase in participation % participation % participation YRBS survey numbers 108/143 9 th graders 75%, 101/ th graders 70%, 112/135 8 th graders 83%.

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35 Initiative research going into motion for School year driven by Statistics: Link Crew Events and mentorship Underway to assist 8 th grade transition and consider WEB at middle level. Continue collaborative Campaign effort to deal with Bullying and Harassment and violence looking K-12 curriculum integration: Racheals Challenge AODA events planning through AD with Parent/Student Education AODA and healthy lifestyles training opportunities: John Underwood. Continue all Cane Campaigns and increase extra-curricular involvement and attendance at events. Look at a review of options. Strengthen enforcement of Gang Policy and reporting Identify areas and Increase surveillance in/out of school events Classroom Management Staff Development opportunities to Decrease out of school suspensions, referrals 5% and disaggregate discipline data. Continue to implement policy review

36 Win The Day


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