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1 Submitted by: Dr. Dan Edwards and Ms. Betty Shackleford Dr. Carlinda Purcell, Chief Academic Officer

2 17 +: ABE Program administered by Frank Logan, Career Education, provides a GED equivalency certificate after passing a test housed at Kensington and is grant funded by DESE. 17+: Fresh Start (also called Missouri Options) housed at Turner Middle Requires an entrance examination (TABE) and a high school diploma after passing a summative test. 15+: ACE housed at 5 sites provides 400 slots and a high school diploma to students who complete the SLPS required course work (also provides for 240 afterschool credit recovery slots at no cost at 4 locations). 2/14/20142St. Louis Public Schools

3 High School students are housed in two buildings (one North and one South) with a third building for middle school students managed by an outside contractor. SPED students are housed in a fourth location managed by an outside contractor. Elementary students are housed in two elementary buildings (one North and one South) and staffed with in-house personnel. This was started in February. 2/14/20143St. Louis Public Schools

4 Elementary housed at Des Peres which is slated to close. The enrollment is currently 64. Middle housed at Turner Branch slated to close. The current enrollment is 67. High School housed at Kottmeyer slated to close. The current enrollment is 84. These are all in-house programs fully staffed by SLPS. 2/14/20144St. Louis Public Schools

5 GED is grant funded at no cost to the district. Fresh Start personnel cost and supplies estimated for students at a cost of 1,820, ACE estimated for per slot = 2,080, Continue ACE as is, but move the two closed locations to Roosevelt High School and Northwest High School. These moves allow credit recovery in those buildings plus Gateway and the Roberts building on Kingshighway. 2/14/20145St. Louis Public Schools

6 The Type I in-house is designed to include social work and counselor interventions which were not inclusive of the contract in past years. SPED Type I for for 50 slots at $6850 = $342, Elementary for for 30 slots a cost of $273, Big Picture for for 200 students at a cost of $1,374, Middle/ Senior students are housed in two school buildings (one North and one South) and staffed with in-house personnel. These sites will accommodate 400 students at approximately the same cost as our contracts. 2/14/20146St. Louis Public Schools

7 Close Big Picture Elementary and combine the Middle and High into one location shared with another school Dropout Recovery. 2/14/20147St. Louis Public Schools

8 Eliminate the contract for Type I and move to two in- house locations. (One in the North and one in concert with the city in the South.) This combines middle and high school. Continue the elementary in-house system as currently operating. Close Big Picture Elementary and combine the Middle and High into one location shared with another school. Restructure the In School Suspension Program 2/14/20148St. Louis Public Schools


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