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high school overview cheyanne fant 21 st cclc director for barren county schools
High School Overview

CheyAnne Fant,

21st CCLC Director for Barren County Schools

quiz for you
Quiz for you:
  • I can read a menu in French, English, and another language.
  • I have several favorite restaurants in different countries of the world.
  • During the holidays, I know how to hire a decorator to identify the appropriate themes and items with which to decorate the house.
  • I know who my preferred financial advisory, legal service, designer, domestic-employment service, and hairdresser are.
  • I have at least two residences that are staffed and maintained.
  • I have at least two or three “screens” that keep people whom I do not wish to see away from me.
  • I fly in my own plane, the company plane, or the Concorde.
  • I know how to enroll my children in the preferred private school.
  • I support or buy the work of a particular artist.
  • I am on the boards of at least two charities.
  • I know the hidden rules of the Junior League.
quiz for you1
Quiz for you:
  • I know how to get my children into Little League, piano lessons, soccer, etc.
  • I know how to properly set a table.
  • I know which stores are most likely to carry the clothing brands my family wears.
  • My children know the best name brands in clothing.
  • I know how to use a credit card, checking account, and savings account.
  • I have life insurance, home insurance, flood insurance, and/or car insurance.
  • I talk to my children about going to college.
  • I understand the difference among the principle, interest, and escrow statements on my house payment.
  • I know how to help my children with their homework or call the school if I need additional help.
  • I know how to get a library card.
quiz for you2
Quiz for you:
  • I know which churches and sections of town have the best rummage sales.
  • I know which grocery stores’ garbage bins can be accessed for thrown-away food.
  • I know how to get someone out of jail.
  • I know how to physically fight and defend myself physically.
  • I know how to get a gun, even if I have a police record.
  • I know how to keep my clothes from being stolen at the Laundromat.
  • I know how to live without a checking account, electricity, or a phone.
  • I know what to do if I don’t have money to pay the bills.
  • I know how to move in half a day.
  • I can get by without a car.
  • I can entertain a group of friends with my personality and my stories.
characteristics of generational poverty
Characteristics of Generational Poverty
  • Background noise & significance of entertainment
  • Importance of personality, sense of humor, relationships
  • Matriarchal structure
  • Survival orientation (relationships, job)
  • Importance of non-verbal communication
  • Ownership of people
  • Discipline – penance/forgiveness
  • Belief in fate
  • Polarized thinking
  • Time – present only; flexible and not measured
  • Lack of organization
  • Lives in the moment
make school inviting
Make school inviting…
  • Provide background noise – music, kids playing
  • Make events “family friendly”
  • Be approachable
    • be funny, but not degrading
    • build relationships
    • “own” the children
    • provide customer service
    • dress “appropriately”
  • Value the parents’ time, even if they don’t value yours
  • Validate their contributions
    • showing up
    • supporting role as a parent
  • Explain the hidden rules
    • (EOC, KPrep, RTI, where’s the restroom, call to make an appointment, how detention works)
  • Make your events entertaining, then surprise with information
  • Think of hosting events at comfortable places
how to communicate
How to communicate

Instant contact

One Call System

Email

Thru entertainment

Facebook

Twitter

Convenient times

Already there for play, ballgame, etc.

Work schedule

Feel Special

Invitations

Candy greetings

Tickets to hospitality room

Walmart Greetings

feel special
Feel special

Make them feel special

our model
Our Model:
  • Families on Campus Uplifting Students – send home in 1st day folder
  • Trojan Ambassadors – Plan it…Own It!!!
  • Freshmen Orientation Centered Upon Success
    • Meet the parents in a positive way before school even starts
    • Make it important to the kids, and the “family” will follow (social event, free shirt, recruit the kids, get schedule early)
  • Socials- Paint Up, Sophomore S’mores, Junior Mints, Senior Sundaes
  • Career and Technical Education Night – at the local ATC
    • Asked alumni to come back to talk about themselves
  • Pink Out & Gold Rush (combined with homecoming) – Hospitality room open to all families – counselors there to talk about ACT, senior info, FAFSA forms, career planning, etc.
  • Afterschool awards night – family friendly, everyone recognized
  • Show their students in a slideshow…They are a part
get in focus
Get in FOCUS
  • Finding Our Careers Using STEM
  • Fun Opportunities Centered Upon Success
  • Fitness Opportunities Centered Upon Success
  • Fifth Opportunity Centered Upon Success
  • Freely Offering Communities Unconditional Service
  • Families On Campus Uplifting Students
  • Freshmen Orientation Centered Upon Success
  • Focusing On Career and University Success
finding our careers using stem
Academic Team - enhanced

Laying the Foundation Staff PD – Help to plan activities from Middle to High School Program

Finding Our Careers Using STEM

Writing and Layout with technology

Scientific Method

finding our careers using stem1
Finding Our Careers Using STEM

Alpha Sigma Chi (Applied Science Club)

Academic Team

Breakfast Club

Reading Concepts

Mass Media

Math Tutoring and Gaming

Science Tutoring and Gaming

fun opportunities centered upon success
Fun Opportunities Centered Upon Success

Broadcasting – Student run radio station with co-applicant Commonwealth Broadcasting

Live broadcasts of news and announcements each morning and afternoon

Live play by play broadcasts of Freshmen and JV sporting and other events

more fun opportunities centered upon success
Drama Production

-Skills Based Learning

-For High School Credit

How to Sustain:

Ticket Sales Volunteers

Partners

One SET Transforms University Visitors

On-loan Actors/Supplies

More Fun Opportunities Centered Upon Success
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I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.

more fun
More Fun

Orchestra Program

Collaborates with Drama program

Performed for retired teachers to recruit volunteers

Share resources with our middle school 21st CCLC program

focusing on career and university success
Trojan Threads

Connection to the School Day:

FACS/FCCLA

Business/FBLA

Sustainability Projects –Trojan Threads

Speakers - Free through Junior Achievement

Hands-on design experience

Work experience

Operations of business

Advertising

Planning for business growth

Money skills

Focusing on Career and University Success
fifth opportunity centered upon success
Fifth Opportunity Centered Upon Success

Credit Recovery (Added Acceleration this year)

Barren Academy of Virtual and Extending Learning –Curriculum online with or without teachers

Students who need to graduate

Students who wish to earn credits for needed classes to increase options during the school year

fitness opportunities centered upon success
Fitness Opportunities Centered Upon Success

BC Stride – Couch to 5K, health, nutrition, Fuel Up to Play 60, Zumba, student directed activities

Bass Fishing – KHSAA, regional and state qualifiers

Bowling – regional qualifiers, scholarship to Campbellsville University

Train and Tumble – gymnastics

Train and Lift – weightlifting

JROTC

Off Season Training

freshmen orientation centered upon success
Freshmen Orientation Centered Upon Success

Trojan Ambassador Training (plan for day, business etiquette, customer service training, school history, tours, leadership/ropes training)

Student Day and Family Night (schedule pick up, meet teachers, study habits, folders, games planned by Trojan Ambassadors –all student lead and teacher supervised) Parent education

fun opportunities centered upon stem mythbusters multimedia science
Fun Opportunities Centered Upon STEM – Mythbusters Multimedia Science

Writing, Photography, Scientific Method, Lab Report, Video Production, Engineering, QR Codes, Communication, College and Career Readiness – Speakers, Problem Solving with Minute to Win It Games/Experiments