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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

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
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
focus of programs
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
extended school day activities
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
school violence prevention activities
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
current programs
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
rest of state
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
top 10 program activities
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
site visits
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
esd svp contacts
ESD/SVP Contacts

NYSED:

Lori Genito Audrey Almela

518-486-6090 518-486-6090

[email protected] [email protected]

NYSCSS

Julliet Coxum Sheryl Post

845-255-8989 845-255-8989

[email protected] [email protected]

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