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clare gladwin middle college

Clare-Gladwin Middle College

Final Performance Report

July 2010

vision
Vision

Through rigorous, challenging, and accelerated educational and work experiences involving partnerships between high school, CTE, community college, and healthcare organizations, we will prepare students for rewarding careers in health related fields.

overview of project
Overview of Project
  • Clare-Gladwin Middle College (CGMC) is a partnership between:
    • Clare-Gladwin Regional Education Service District
    • Mid Michigan Community College
    • MidMichigan Health
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Overview of Project
  • CGMC serves students 11th-12th who:
    • Show an aptitude for healthcare
    • Want to fulfill high school requirements while learning about healthcare
    • Want to participate in clinical rotations
    • Want to earn college credits
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Mentoring

Summer camp for middle school youth

Healthcare Club

Tutorial services

Life Long Learning Skills

Integration with CTE

Career exploration through job shadowing, career fairs, field trips, guest speakers

College classes

Academic Planning

Overview of Project
funding mechanisms
Funding Mechanisms
  • Michigan Department of Education

(Middle College High School Health Partnership Grant)

  • Partnership Contributions

(Office Space, Summer Experience, Equipment)

  • Researching Foundation Grants
location of cgmc
Location of CGMC

Located in Harrison, Clare County, Michigan

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Location of CGMC

Serving 5 school districts: Farwell, Clare, Harrison, Gladwin, & Beaverton

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Mid Michigan Community College

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Location of CGMC

CGMC main office is located on the campus of

Mid Michigan Community College

curriculum development
Curriculum Development
  • Life Long Learning Skills
    • Principles and ethics
    • Time management
    • Health care industry standards
    • Learning styles & study habits
    • Problem solving techniques
    • Goal setting & decision making

“It\'s a good learning environment - you have freedom but you still get your work done and have help when it\'s needed.”

CGMC Student

student support services
Student Support Services
  • Services Offered:
    • Transition from high school to college
    • Academic tutoring
    • Monitoring student progress
    • Career exploration & guidance
    • Healthcare Club
  • Service Delivery Personnel:
    • CGMC Mentors
    • High School Tutoring (LEA Tutors)
    • Students/Peer Mentors
    • MMCC Academic Support Center (ASC)

Students feel the CGMC is a good transition from high school to college and will help them assimilate into college for real in a year or two.

student recruitment
Student Recruitment
  • Meetings with counselors, teachers, & principals
  • Presentations at parent/student meetings and student orientations
  • Counselors/teachers target students with interest/aptitude in health care for enrollment
  • Local service club presentations
  • CGMC Web site
  • Local news articles
faculty recruitment
Faculty Recruitment
  • CMGC is not a traditional middle college with separate faculty for the middle college
  • High school faculty are employed by the local schools
  • College faculty are employed by Mid Michigan Community College
  • There were 2 full time CGMC faculty and 2 part time for the program in 2009-10
integration training of staff
Integration & Training of Staff
  • Local staff development of high school staff, college faculty, and healthcare staff occurs within their own venues
  • CGMC is not currently providing any integrated training
professional development
Professional Development

CGMC staff have been involved in professional development including:

  • Middle College National Consortium Conference
  • State Middle College Seminars
  • Mentor Training at MMCC
  • Team Meetings
impact data students
Impact Data: Students
  • 7th-9th grade: 20 students participated in summer camp
    • Students particularly enjoyed exploring:
      • Sim-man and nursing lab at MMCC
      • Tour and viewing a surgery at MidMichigan Medical Center of Clare
      • Animals at the veterinary clinic
      • Visit to Central Michigan University
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Impact Data: Students
  • 11th grade: 5 students enrolled
  • 12th grade: 24 students enrolled
  • 25 students enrolled the full school year
  • 4 students enrolled in one semester
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Impact Data3: Students

88.5% C or better!

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Impact Data: Students

“I have known for while what I have wanted to be. This has just made sure that was the right thing to do with my life.” CGMC student

“This gave me a way to get a head start on my career choice and college. I really want to be a doctor.”

CGMC student

“The best thing about CGMC is job shadowing. We were able to see how the careers we choose are in the real world.” CGMC student

“The best thing about CGMC is getting to be a sophomore in college when I finish high school.” CGMC student

impact data staff
Impact Data: Staff

Courses for fall and winter semesters included:

  • Intro to information systems
  • Freshman English composition
  • Fundamentals of communication
  • Medical terminology
  • Orientation to pharmacy technician
  • Psychology
  • Intro to Biology
  • Anatomy & Physiology
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Impact Data: Staff

“The 2 CGMC students I have now are among the best. They have also out performed many older students and contributed a lot to the classes. My online courses are highly interactive and the students and I engage in ongoing discussions throughout the semester. Your students were well prepared, clear thinking and respectful to other students, even when they were disagreeing or correcting the other student. Excellent modeling of what I hope for with this experience.”

CGMC/MMCC Faculty Member

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Impact Data: Staff
  • CGMC has established relationships with:
    • 5 superintendents
    • 5 high school principals
    • 5 high school assistant principals
    • 9 high & middle school counselors
    • 28 business partnerships
partnership support
Partnership Support
  • Advisory committee includes representation from:
    • Clare-Gladwin RESD
    • Mid Michigan Community College
    • MidMichigan Health
    • Central Michigan Community Hospital
    • Local schools
    • Local businesses
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Partnership Support
  • University support:
    • Articulation agreements between Mid Michigan Community College and
      • Ferris State University
      • Delta College
      • Michigan State University
    • Office space has been allocated to CGMC at Mid Michigan Community College
coordination of calendars
Coordination of Calendars
  • MMCC scheduled classes specifically around the CGMC schedule
  • Working towards a coordinated CGRESD calendar
  • Purposely created a flexible calendar to meet the needs of all students (including evening & online classes)
student transportation
Student Transportation
  • Coordinated with local districts (Career Tech Programs) & county transportation to ensure that transportation is not a barrier to students
  • Students enrolled in college classes are allowed to drive themselves to MMCC
public relations
Public Relations
  • Presentations have been made to community, business, & school groups
  • 2 presentations at student health fairs
  • Articles in local newspapers
  • Promotional brochure available
  • Web site available for information
    • http://www.cgresd.net/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=209&Itemid=63
what went well
What Went Well?
  • Mentor support has been very instrumental in student success.
  • Collaboration with MMCC has been wonderful!
  • Partnership with MidMichigan Health has been an invaluable resource.
  • Student participation, community partnerships, & parental support.
  • Job shadowing is an important component and has been extremely well received by students.
what do we need to improve
What Do We Need to Improve?
  • Difficult to coordinate schedules with five individual school districts
  • Michigan Merit curriculum requirements have been tricky to weave into design
  • State school funding is not stable – need to focus on long-term funding outside of the state
  • Sharing the perception of the middle college, especially since CGMC is not a traditional design
  • Stability of CGMC Leadership
three significant lessons
Three Significant Lessons
  • Try to develop stability in leadership at the beginning – changes in leadership can cause different visions and/or new starts/stops in the process
  • Be flexible to the needs of your own community – they may not fit the “traditional middle college model”
  • Involve local school counselors early in the planning stages
advice to new grantees
Advice to New Grantees
  • Recognize that despite the cultural changes in your community, the various roadblocks, and lack of funding – this makes a SIGNIFICANT impact on students who may not have gone to college and the program IS WORTH IT!
next steps
Next Steps
  • Looking at expanding beyond healthcare
  • New funding sources
  • Curriculum alignment to MME
  • Possible early college
  • Stronger partnership with college
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