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2008 COMBASE Conference. Partnerships That Work. Mark Payler, Superintendent Weld County Re-8 Fort Lupton, Colorado Karen Sell, Associate Dean Aims Community College Fort Lupton, Colorado . Toward a Common Vision: A Community College/ Public School Partnership. Change is Possible.

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2008 combase conference

2008 COMBASE Conference

Partnerships That Work


2008 combase conference

Mark Payler, SuperintendentWeld County Re-8Fort Lupton, ColoradoKaren Sell, Associate Dean Aims Community CollegeFort Lupton, Colorado


Toward a common vision a community college public school partnership

Toward a Common Vision:A Community College/ Public School Partnership


Change is possible

Change is Possible


How it works needs based approach

How it Works:“NEEDS” BASED APPROACH

  • Declining Resources

    • Possible RIF/reorganization at Secondary Level

  • Increase in Regional Demand for Skilled & Manager-Capable Labor Pool

  • Increased High School Drop-out Rate

  • Model for Dual Credit Opportunities BEYOND Career and Tech Ed


How it works biggest question funding

How it Works:Biggest Question FUNDING…

  • CTE Funding – Contracted Program “Slots”

    • Cost to High School

      • $2,000 = 15 credits (includes books/materials)

        • Ex. 30 slots x 15 = 450 credits

        • Typical student = 12 -14 credits year

      • CVA Reimbursement, up to 50% of high school CTE Director salary, Career Academy attracts/retains students - increases State funding (PPOR)


How it works biggest question funding1

How it Works:Biggest Question FUNDING…

  • Ex. 20 seniors need only 2 classes – school gets only 30% of state funding; if enrolled in CTE program get up to 100%


How it works biggest question funding2

How it Works:Biggest Question FUNDING …

  • Cost to College

    • Administrative and faculty salary or shared salaries

    • Advising, assessment, print materials and advertising

    • Support personnel, student support services

    • Student supplies

    • Mileage reimbursement

    • Tours of programs for high school students

      • Career Academy Camps


How it works benefits

How it Works: BENEFITS

  • Benefits to High School

    • Program/faculty: Shared Resources

    • Additional Opportunities for Students

  • Benefits to Students

    • Motivation – Makes CONNECTION HS>Career

    • “Jump Start” on Career Pathway

    • Course Selection “Guide”

    • Retention and Graduation

    • College Credit

    • Direct entry into workforce


How it works benefits1

How it Works: BENEFITS

  • Benefits to College

    • Increased collaboration opportunities

      • Counselors

    • Enrollments – Link 2+2

    • Recruiting potential

    • Grant opportunities (auto and industry tech)


Does it work yes

Does it Work? YES.

  • 28 enrollments - Fall 07

  • 30 enrollments - Spring 08

  • Total 58 enrollments for 311 credits

    • Carpentry, Automotive Technology (AYES), Horticulture/Landscape Design

    • 100% retention – carpentry and AYES

    • 11 high school graduates (2 continued program following graduation)

    • 10 seniors will remain in the programs, 1 transferred to another district and 1 plans are unknown


Challenges mission possible

Challenges: MISSION POSSIBLE

  • Transportation

  • Attendance

  • College vs. high school schedules

  • Counselors

  • Open entry enrollment

  • Internships


Successes a strong future

Successes:A STRONG FUTURE

  • Program growth

  • Student success

    • Michael Angus


Contact us

CONTACT US:

  • Mark Payler, Superintendent

    Weld County RE8Fort Lupton, Colorado

  • 1-303-857-3214

  • [email protected]

  • Karen Sell, Associate Dean

    Aims Community College, Fort Lupton, CO Campus

  • 1-303-857-4022

  • [email protected]


2008 combase conference

THANK YOU!

Good Luck on Establishing Your

Partnership That Works.


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