Presentation on theme: "Village Extended School Program Monrovia Unified School District Cohort 1 ASES Program Since 1999 Awarded the Golden Bell for Program Excellence."— Presentation transcript:
Village Extended School Program Monrovia Unified School District Cohort 1 ASES Program Since 1999 Awarded the Golden Bell for Program Excellence
MUSD Goals and Mission Statement Student Success Vision Distinguished Schools Achieving Students Graduates Prepared for Life Guiding Goals Mission Statement By working actively and cooperatively as students, parents, and community, the Monrovia Unified School District is committed to devoting its energy, resources, and support to provide: Academically rigorous educational programs that foster the maximum development of each students potential; A challenging, safe, orderly, and positive learning environment, Quality staff and Quality service Values and Beliefs Respect for the worth of the individual Integrity and honesty Human experiences that are enriched by diversity Strategic 5-Year Goals 2010 – All eligible schools gain State recognition as California Distinguished Schools and each school will meet the criteria for designation as a National Blue Ribbon Schools by All schools will meet or exceed their annual API State growth targets (for the school and for subgroups), and maintain the State target API* school score of 800 with the goal to get to 900 or higher by Students will be provided the opportunity to participate in extended learning opportunities that prepare them for post- secondary education or vocational careers. Attainment of this goal will be measured by at least: By 2015, 75% of out high school graduates will satisfy a-g requirements for admission to UC and CSU By 2015, opportunities for students to participate in advanced coursework will increase by 100%; By 2015, upon graduation 100% of our high school students will be prepared to enter college, advanced training, or a career, as evidenced by completion of a high school to post-secondary 6-year plan. *Academic Performance Index Guiding Goals 1. Learning for all Students. 2. Safe, Orderly, Positive Learning Environments. 3. Quality Staff Providing Quality Service. 4. School/Home/ Community Partnerships & Communication. 5. Acquisition & Allocation of Resources to Support Goals.
COMMUNITY IMPACT SINCE 1999 The Village Extended School Program has: Provided a safe, orderly, and powerful learning environment Strengthened our local economy Brought over 8 million dollars into the community Helped to reduced juvenile crime between the hours of 3-6 p.m. Helped to increase and maintain average daily attendance (ADA) Increased parent involvement and participation volunteer hours
The Village Extended School Program Services Bradoaks, Clifton, Monroe, Plymouth, Santa Fe, and Wild Rose Supports regular school day learning opportunities Safety Attendance guidelines Employs a dedicated and professional staff
Meeting MUSD Goals The Village Extended School Program addresses academics through: The implementation of KidzLit and KidzMath Providing homework assistance: Activity Leaders, ROP Students, Parent and Community Volunteers at all six Village sites Disguised learning Completing a comparative analysis of CST scores from Village and non- Village students
3 rd Grade Math
3 rd Grade English Arts
5 th Grade Math
5 th Grade English
The Village Extended School Program Student Achievement
Meeting MUSD Goals The Village Program provides enrichment through: Middle school clubs in: dance, homework tutoring, Spanish, nutrition and cooking, drumming, and sports Weekly nutrition lessons SPARK Physical Education lessons Art lessons taught by a MAFA artist Community Involvement
The Village Extended School Program Student Feedback… 85% of the students in the Village Program enjoy being a part of our Program 80% believe that they are better students overall because of the Village Program
The Village Extended School Program Student Comments I like my site manager at Plymouth. I think the after-school Program is perfect the way it is. Keep Nutrition and Cooking Club! Doing SPARK P.E. daily feels great! I wish it could be longer. The Village staff really care about kids. I love Village Clubs. Dance is the best! I joined the Village to improve my math and I have! I had the chance to learn drumming, at Village. I get my homework done during the Village and there are activity leaders there to help me if I have a question. Village is a wonderful place where you can learn.
The Village Extended School Program is committed to providing educational programs that foster maximum development of each students: Desire to learn Academic potential Vocational interests and talents Social, civic, and cultural understanding A sense of self-worth
Growth Areas Staff Training: Increase staff training Healthy Behavior Grant: Received a $30,000 grant to become a Healthy Behavior Learning Center Student Enrichment: Continue clubs, Art, and Nutrition/SPARK P.E. Village Registration in spring For more information please call or visit monrovia.schoolwires.com