Presentation on theme: "2010-2011 School Year Impact Report July 2011 draft."— Presentation transcript:
2010-2011 School Year Impact Report July 2011 draft
ASAP History: Mayor’s Task Force (2006) ASAP Founded (2007) Funding (Public and Private) State of Missouri: Social Services & DESE St. Louis Mental Health Board St. Louis Public Schools City of St. Louis, United Way, Civic Progress Companies and Foundations
ASAP Focus: Full-time programs Five days a week Licensed School and community sites Supports the school day 1 hour minimum for homework/tutoring
ASAP Focus: Academic enrichment (1 hour) Social and life skills Health and recreation Character development Parent and family involvement
ASAP Focus: Support Providers: Technical assistance Professional development Funding, evaluation, branding Share/leverage resources
ASAP Highlights (FY11): Programs stable Maintaining programming despite school closings and other shifts Core funding secure State funding and match continues MHB, SLPS funding/resources Private funding decreasing
ASAP’s After School Slots: ASAP Elementary School Sites:1,166 ASAP Middle School Sites:1,520 TOTAL NEW SLOTS 2,686 Cumulative since Jan. 2007 Losing 60 slots with closing of Stevens Middle in FY12 Long term goal of 5,600 (to reach 22% national average) ASAP also manages the 700 after school slots that were funded by ARCHS prior to the 2007 creation of ASAP.
ASAP Data (FY11): $3.6 million collective funding $11.3 million collective in-kind and leveraged resources 11 program providers 43 program locations 250+ jobs supported
ASAP Data (FY11): 4,000 + students served 12,000 + family members impacted $12 million benefit: What it would cost parents to pay for the free after school services provided by ASAP at $3,000 per child per year (national average).
ASAP Enrollment: Grade Level* * Pending final additional FY11 SLPS data
ASAP Enrollment: Gender* * Pending final additional FY11 SLPS data
ASAP Enrollment: Ethnicity* * Pending final additional FY11 SLPS data
ASAP Data (FY11): 1,400+ hours of technical assistance to after school staffs 31 clock hours of professional development training for after school staffs Focus on licensure, contract compliance, maintaining daily attendance, program quality action plans, individual staff professional development plans, etc.
ASAP Providers : Central Catholic Grace Hill Herbert Hoover Neighborhood Houses Northside Community Provident, Inc. St. Francis Cabrini St. Louis Public Schools Stray Dog Theatre Youth in Need YWCA ASAP’s providers were extensively reviewed and monitored during FY11 and ALL met or exceeded contract requirements.
ASAP Evaluation Efforts:* Student surveys (homework/engagement focus) Program provider reviews (twice a year) Attendance/suspension rates (SLPS) 21 st Century program reviews (DESE) Independent evaluators such as UMSL Logic Models (FY12) * Final FY11 Results Pending Working toward having more reliable information/data to make informed decisions.