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Extended School Day/School Violence Prevention Lori Genito NYSED The After School Experience 12/2/09 What is Extended School Day/School Violence Prevention (ESD/SVP)? Article 55 of the SAVE Legislation; 2814 Omnibus School Violence Prevention Program First RFP 1996-1997

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Extended School Day/School Violence Prevention

Lori Genito

NYSED

The After School Experience 12/2/09


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What is Extended School Day/School Violence Prevention (ESD/SVP)?

  • Article 55 of the SAVE Legislation; 2814 Omnibus School Violence Prevention Program

  • First RFP 1996-1997

  • Applicant eligibility based on Extraordinary Needs Aid Index (ENA)

  • $ 5.2 Million has grown to $27.8 million

  • 39 local educational agencies has grown to 86 local educational agencies and 58 community based organizations

  • 2 Technical Assistance Centers (ROS and NYC)

  • Continuation grant for awarded programs


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Focus of Programs

  • Programs may include ESD activities, SVP activities or a combination

  • Extended School Day

    • support school districts with high needs to bring all students to the higher learning standard

  • School Violence Prevention

    • ensure students and school staff have a safe and secure school environment


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Extended School Day Activities

  • Conducted outside the regular school day

  • Collaboration between public school district with a not-for-profit and/or community based organization

  • Extra-curricular enrichment activities including:

    • Academic

    • Athletics

    • Art/music/drama

    • Mentoring

    • Community service/leadership development

    • Other activities that will increase student achievement and promote school violence prevention


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School Violence Prevention Activities

  • Safe corridor programs

  • Diversity programs

  • Collaborative school safety programs w/law enforcement agencies or CBOs

  • Metal detectors

  • Communication devices

  • Devices to increase school security and safety of school personnel and students


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Current Programs

  • $27.8 Million in state funds

  • 146 Programs

    • Rest of State (ROS)

      • 53 Public Schools

      • 30 CBOs

      • 1 Technical Assistance Center

    • New York City (NYC)

      • 33 Community School Districts

      • 28 CBOs

      • 1 Technical Assistance Center


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Rest of State

  • Serving over 100,000 students

  • Program Activities for 2009-2010

    • 53% provide both ESD and SVP

    • 39% provide ESD Only

    • 7% provide SVP Only


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Top 10 Program Activities

  • 80% Recreation

  • 67% AIS/Tutoring

  • 67%Leadership Development/Community Service

  • 62% Conflict Resolution

  • 62% Healthy Choices

  • 57% Enrichment

  • 54% Social Skills

  • 49% Social/Emotional

  • 47% Setting Goals

  • 46% Violence Prevention Programs


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Site Visits

The New York State Education Department (NYSED) in partnership with the New York State Center of School Safety (NYSCSS) have been conducting site visits to the ESD/SVP programs.

  • Since Spring of 2007 30% of programs visited

  • Spring 2010 six additional programs will be visited

  • Visits will continue until all programs are seen


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ESD/SVP Contacts

NYSED:

Lori Genito Audrey Almela

518-486-6090 518-486-6090

[email protected] [email protected]

NYSCSS

Julliet Coxum Sheryl Post

845-255-8989845-255-8989

[email protected] [email protected]


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