Presentation on theme: "Mission: To build trusting and enduring relationships that encourage and support young people. Vision: Our Little Brothers and Little Sisters will live."— Presentation transcript:
Mission: To build trusting and enduring relationships that encourage and support young people. Vision: Our Little Brothers and Little Sisters will live and learn in positive, opportunity rich environments 24/7.
Our Relationship Model 4:1+1 Our Relationship Model 4:1+1 Big Little Donor Parent Other Organizations and Services Teacher/ School Teacher/ School Agency/Staff 4:1+1 = the Team
ABC Education Initiative Attendance, Behavior and Classroom success Obtain Parent permission for all data collection. BBBSEMO staff work with district staff to collect data electronically Collect Data 4 Times a Year- once each quarter Complete analysis and help identify the students that are succeeding and those at risk of failing
SLPS Expansion Project 1,600 Children served by 2013! A 3 Year plan to double the children served in SLPS! 2010: Current BBBS schools that became Impact Schools (Adams, Cole, Columbia, Dunbar and Langston) 2011: Expanding to 2 new Impact Schools in September: Lyon @ Blow Sigel Elementary 2012-2013: More expansion planned
In the Impact Schools…… One BBBS staff member is assigned to each school. The staff member is embedded in the school and works in partnership with principals and teachers.
Sample Data Set First Name Last Name Grade Level # of Absences # of Tardies Discipline ReadingMath Next Grade? Child#1 2007-08110501Below Yes 2008-0927243On Yes 2009-103300C+ Yes 1st Semester 2010-114300CCn/a Child#2 Test 2006-0711760Below80%Yes Base 2007-0826.573On Yes 2008-0937.550B+B-Yes 2009-104551A-BYes 1st Semester 2010-115343BC+n/a
GOAL(S) Area% of Students Improving Attendance 47% of students have improved Tardies 68% of students have improved Discipline Referrals 95% of students have improved Reading 65% of students have improved Math 63% of students have improved Recent Results (Based on 2 nd to 3 rd Quarter 2010-2011 Data) 342 students