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1 After School Programs 2/14/20141St. Louis Public Schools

2 To provide an overview of: 1. the After School for All Partnership (A.S.A.P.) 2. the process used to select and assign program providers to elementary and middle schools 3. the status of After School programs 2/14/20142St. Louis Public Schools

3 1. The After School for All Partnership – the regional umbrella organization for After School programs. 2. The various funding streams 3. The desire for high quality programs in the elementary and middle schools 4. The program provider application, vetting and assignment process 5. The need to understand the impact on academic achievement 2/14/20143St. Louis Public Schools

4 1. 53 programs in elementary and middle schools 2. Fourteen 21 st Century funded (6 SLPS/ 8 partner operated) A.S.A.P. funded 4. 7 sites funded through other partners (YMCA, BJC, UrbanFUTURE) 5. Licensing 6. Typical Day 7. Total # of students as of October 1 st – 2, Total # of slots – 3,515 (recruitment continues) 9. Total percentage of slots filled 77% programs began first day of school programs began September 14 th 12. After School Liaison Position 13. Pre-Post Tests 14. Curriculum Alignment 15. Transportation 16. Evaluation 2/14/20144St. Louis Public Schools

5 1. 100% Federal funding 2. Multiple year grants 3. Annual evaluations 2/14/20145St. Louis Public Schools

6 1 st and 3 rd Quarter Elementary School Reading and Math Grades 2/14/20146St. Louis Public Schools 1 st and 3 rd Quarter Middle School Reading and Math Grades there were highly significant improvements in both reading and math grades between 1 st and 3 rd quarter Evaluator: MO Institute of Mental Health

7 SourceProgram(s)Amount SLPS (Title 1) 50 After School Liaisons$513,862 TransportationDistrict Supported Other FederalSix 21 st Century sites782,614 ARCHS32 Partner sites2,700,000 Total:$3,996,476 2/14/20147St. Louis Public Schools

8 1. Pursue development of After School programs in the high schools 2. Challenges Increase number of slots 2/14/20148St. Louis Public Schools The After School Programs are operating with minimal concerns.


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