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1 After school, Community Service and College Tours By Joy Blake Program Manager

2 What does Ms. Blake do? Runs after school program Runs study hall program for 7-8 th graders Plans community service projects for all grades Plans college tours for all grades Plans internship and job shadowing opportunities for seniors (1/2 of seniors already placed) Helps with field trip planning and school-wide events NOTE: To change images on this slide, select a picture and delete it. Then click the Insert Picture icon in the placeholder to insert your own image.

3 BASCS After School Program Keeping kids off the streets.

4 BASCS AFTER SCHOOL FUN FACTS When: Monday – Thursday Time : 3:15 – 5:15pm (from 3:15 – 4pm students enrolled in the program are in a quiet study hall in Library, Cafeteria or in a classroom) Date: October 1 st, 2013 – June 13 th, 2014 (runs in 8-wk quarters)

5 Cost COSTS FOR BASCS AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM Yearly Fee (covers entire school year) $50.00 per child Quarterly Fee (covers 8 weeks of ASP) $20.00 per child After School Transportation Fee (covers 8 weeks of ASP) An additional $10.00 per child Program Schedule 3:20 – 3:55 Academic Intervention Time Study Hall, Homework Help and Tutoring sessions Students will be given a snack 4:00 – 5:15 Club, Class and Sport Programming of students choice 5:15 – 5:30 Dismissal and Parent Pick Up

6 The BASCS After School Program will create a safe learning environment for students between the grades of th, where they will grow through enrichment, academic and social programs. VISION

7 GOALS 1.To have 25% of the school enrolled in the After-School Program 2.To have 40% of school staff leading an After- School Club 3.Partner with great community organizations 4.To fundraise enough money to make the program self-sustainable

8 AFTER SCHOOL CLUBS, CLASSES AND SPORTS Dog TrainingPing Pong ClubHome Economics ClubNutrition and Workout Club MS Math TeamAfrican DanceCupcake CrazeMindfulness Club Explorers ClubComputer ClubBeat LabTurkish Club and Turkish Cooking **Buffalo Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Academy (martial arts) Drill TeamJapanese ClubPhoto Club Principals Leadership Club Retro Video Game Club **TechArts for GirlsScience Olympiad MS Basketball League Cross CountryArt ClubConcert Band Soccer Club

9 ENROLLMENT FOR THE AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAM YEARLY VS. QUARTERLY NEW ACTIVITIES FOR 2 ND QTR Adding new clubs like: BASCS CHORUS, Buffalo Wild Animal Adventure, Sign Language Club, College Readiness and Writing, and African Dance Already have new students enrolling who did not enroll for the 1 st quarter Partnered with the Literacy Night to have an excellent After School Showcase There are 49 students enrolled for the year and 43 students who were enrolled for the first quarter

10 1 ST QUARTER ATTENDANCE Top After School Clubs 1.Nutrition and Workout Club (Mondays) 2.Computer Club (Tuesdays) 3.Dog Training (Mondays) 4.Soccer Club (Mondays) 5.Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (Tuesdays and Thursdays) 6.Cupcake Craze (Tuesdays) 7.Ping Pong (Thursdays) 8.Art Club (Thursdays) 9.Retro Video Game Club (Wednesdays) 10.Photo Club (Wednesdays) Attendance after 4 th week MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursday 96%60%71%72% 70% of students regularly attend After School

11 FUTURE PLANS Partner with Journeys End to bring in the IMPACT program to our school to help ESL students Partner with local colleges to bring in future teachers to tutor and mentor our students Partner with community organizations like GOBIKE and Computers for Children Partner with the WNY After School Alliance and attend meetings Find and apply to as many After School grants as possible

12 Community Service and Volunteering Help me, help you

13 Vision BASCS students and staff will do volunteer work throughout the school year to not only increase BASCS visibility but to teach our students the importance of service and character. NOTE: To change images on this slide, select a picture and delete it. Then click the Insert Picture icon in the placeholder to insert your own image.

14 How does this work? Once a month, small groups (10 – 15) of students will go to an assigned locations to volunteer Each grade level has a different day to volunteer The time frame will be for about 2-3 hours between 9:15 am and 12:15pm depending on the location Community Service Days are in September, October, December and March Community Service Schedule Grade LevelVolunteer Day 12 th 1 st Friday 11 th 2 nd Friday 10 th 3 rd Friday 9 th 4 th Friday 7-8 th ½ Days

15 PLACES WE HAVE BEEN Salvation Army – Golden Age Center Keeping WNY Beautiful The Teachers Desk The Ronald McDonald House The American Cancer Society Hope Lodge Kevins Guest House St. Lukes Mission of Mercy St. Lawrence Church Veterans Hospital Re-Tree of WNY VIVE, INC The Delaware Nursing Home Matt Urban Hope Center

16 How it works BASCS students and staff go on college tours. Students complete 3 forms about the college they are attending All colleges will be Say Yes Institutions College Tours will occur either on half days, Fridays and during Spring Break All college tours will be local during the 1 st semester All college tours will be regional during the 2 nd semester NOTE: To change images on this slide, select a picture and delete it. Then click the Insert Picture icon in the placeholder to insert your own image.

17 College Tour Requirements Grade Level1 st Semester2 nd Semester 7-8 th 11 9 th th th th Internships and job shadowing


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