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ELECT andSocial Services

Empowering Students For A Lifetime Of Success

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  • Education Leading to Employment and Career Training

  • Collaborative between the PA Department of Education and the PA Department of Welfare

  • The SDP has contracted CISP to administer ELECT since 1993

  • Assists pregnant and/or parenting female and male students in the completion of their education so that they can make successful school-to career transitions and to become self-sufficient adults and parents.

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ELECT Classrooms

  • 27 Sites plus Satellites

  • 1,000 students annually

    • EFI and Middle Years

  • Voluntary

  • Year-Round Program

  • Classroom-based

  • Includes Home Visiting

  • Focus:

    • Recruitment, Retention, Attendance, Grades and Graduation

  • Individualized case management and groups

  • Health and Nutrition

  • Pregnancy Prevention

  • Academic/Career Supports

  • Parenting/Child Development

  • Access to social services: childcare, transportation, various forms of abuses, life skills, budgeting

  • Male responsibility and needs (EFI-MARS)

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  • Director Richard H. Floyd Jr.

    • ELECT Middle Years

    • ELECT Satellite Sites

    • Extended Day/Out of School Time

      • Provides academic enrichment, computer assisted instruction, homework assistance, tutoring, cultural arts and recreation, parental involvement.

      • Linda Meade

        • Pregnancy Prevention

        • HIV/AIDS

        • Character Development

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  • Assistant Directors (Points of Contact for ELECT)

    • Cheryl Phillips – Saturday School

    • Jennifer Pitt

    • Marcus Godfrey

  • Program Officer Kia Joynes

    • Middle Years

      Part-time Assistant Donnell Sykes

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    • Innovative school turnaround model that tackles the early warning indicators of the right students, with the right interventions, at the right time.

    • Evidenced-based comprehensive school reform model.

      • Reduces the % of students with off track indicators in:

        • 1) Attendance 2) Behavior 3) Academics

        • Targets 5-10% of the student population

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    • Partnership among the national social change organizations:

      • The Talent Development Middle and High Schools - John Hopkins

      • City Year

      • Philadelphia Education Fund

      • Communities In Schools (National and Local)

        This program has achieved national recognition and is being duplicated across the country for its effectiveness in producing results for social change.

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    Assistant Director Kaci Griffin

    • Social Workers

      • Todd Milhollen(Feltonville Schools of Arts and Sciences)

      • Staci Hardy (Feltonville Schools of Arts and Sciences)

      • Richard Amoako (Cooke Elementary Schools)

      • Emily Husband (Marshall Elementary Schools)

        • Provides intensive case management, family supports, home visits, resource and community collaborations, school meetings, assistance with academic and social service supports that students need to achieve.

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    Student Integrated Services

    • 5-year grant from the Department of Education to SDP.

    • It is an intensive, multi-faceted capacity-building enterprise designed to bring an array of strategic resources, training and technical assistance to the participating schools.

    • CISP provides support directly to the students utilizing the National CIS Integrated Student Service Model.

      • Research-based model is being replicated across the nation as a proven solution to combat the nation’s dropout epidemic.

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    Student Integrated Services

    • Six Integrated Student Coordinators (ISC) work with identified students:

      • who are at risk of not completing high school

      • who are chronically tardy and/or absent

      • who have credit deficiencies, and external non-academic issues

    • Goals:

      • Reduce misbehavior and incidences of violence

      • Increase attendance and graduation rates

      • Increase students scoring “Proficient” or “Advanced” in Reading and Math

      • Increase students taking College Boards and their average scores

      • Increase the rate graduating seniors enter post-secondary institutions

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    Student Integrated Services

    The Integrated Student Services Coordinators

    Assistant Director Kaci Griffin

    • Jomyra Crespo Edison High School

    • Nicole Ray Fels High School

    • TBD George Washington High School

    • Harold Edwards, Jr. Germantown High School

    • TBD Northeast High School

    • TBD Simon Gratz High School

    • Kevin DanielsSouth Philadelphia High School

    • Tim Atwood West Philadelphia High School

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    Student Success Centers

    • Designed to be a holistic approach to assist students in creating a post-secondary school plan.

    • Provide and coordinate services and resources for students all under one roof, such as college preparation and awareness, career exploration and exposure, academic support and leadership development in order to help students to achieve their post-secondary goals.

    • Targets 66% of the student population

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    Student Success Centers


    • 66% of graduating seniors will complete applications for admission to a college or trade/technical school.

    • 60% of graduating seniors will complete FAFSA.

    • 60% of juniors will register for ACT or SAT exams.

    • 30% of students in each grade will participate in and/or receive services in academic support, college preparation, and career exploration.

    • 80% will participate in summer internship program.

    • 40 youth are prepared/enrolled in summer or year round internships.

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    Student Success Centers

    Services over 500 students per month

    • Elaine Johnson Frankford High School

    • Felix Carrasquillo Germantown High School

    • Kenneth Freeman, Jr. Overbrook High School

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    Treena Y. Reid, M. Ed.

    Deputy Chief of ELECT and Social Services

    Communities In Schools of Philadelphia

    Rodin Place - Suite 201

    2000 Hamilton Street

    Philadelphia, PA 19130-3848

    (267 – 386 – 4600) Main Office

    (267-330-0164) Fax