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  • CLC Data Review 2018-19

    SSK Interlocal Funding- Proactive $669,760

    $240,900 CLC Leadership Family & Neighborhood Engagement Specialist Program Evaluation Public Information/Fund Development Professional Development

    $428,860 CLC Programming High Quality Academic and Enrichment Clubs STEM Scholarships/Family Learning and Support/School Community Coordinators at future sites

  • 2019-20 CLC Schools

    CLC Rebrand clc.lps.org

  • 2018-19 CLC Combined Leadership/Programing Funding Includes summer

    2018-19 CLC Financial Overview (26 Sites)

  • CLC Use of Data ● Continuous Improvement Process

    ● Raise awareness of promising practices

    ● Support sites’ improvement efforts

    ● Enhance opportunities for sustainability

    ● Combine data with stories to communicate work

    Parent Engagement ● Engage in learning

    ● Access Supportive Services

    ● Healthy and Safe

    ● Hopes and Dreams

  • Family Engagement ● Women’s Fitness Classes (Responsiveness to need)

    ● Family Science Fair Prep Night (Responsiveness to

    need)

    ● Countless Family Nights ~

    ○ Science Fairs

    ○ Family Activity Nights - Zumba Nights

    ○ Math Night

    ○ Library Nights

    ○ Makerspace Nights

    ○ Multicultural Fairs

    ○ Bike Rodeos

    ○ Walk-a-thons

    ○ Carnivals

    ● Family Literacy (LPS, SCC, Lincoln Literacy)

    ● Parenting Classes (Boys Town, Prosper

    Lincoln)

    ● Nurture Program (PHL)

    ● Early Childhood Connections (Prosper

    Lincoln

    ● Getting Ahead Classes (Food Bank)

    ● Tax VITA Opportunities (Community Action)

    ● Toys for Tots (Marines)

    ● Food Markets / Backpacks (Food Bank)

    ● Prime Time - Literacy Program (Humanities

    Nebraska)

    Adult/Family Education and Resources

    Parent Leadership / Opportunities to Connect ● Parent-led clubs

    ● Parent Coffees

    ● Family Dinner and Resource Fair

    ● Community Cafes

    ● School and Neighborhood Advisory

    Committees

    ● Neighborhood Associations

    ● PTOs/PTAs/PTSO

    ● Community Conversations ○ Similar to Cafes only focused more on a

    particular topic, ie - Social Media and Your Child

    ● Scavenger Hunt

    ● Gardening Opportunities

    ● Many partnerships that also offer

    opportunities such as:

    ○ Lights On Afterschool / Spring Break Camp (Lead Agencies)

    ○ Streets Alive (PHL)

    ○ Art Walks / Art Classes (South Downtown

    CDO)

    ○ Neighborhood Celebrations - Party in the

    Park, Cooper Park Celebration, National

    Night out (Parks and Rec), Peter Pan

    Party in the Park (Cedars), Juneteenth

    (Malone Center)

    ○ MLK Youth Rally and March (LPS)

    ○ Stories of Impact (CIL)

  • Neighborhood Engagement

    ● Engage in learning

    ● Access Supportive Services

    ● Healthy and Safe

    ● Hopes and Dreams

    Community Cafes ● 13 CLCs offer/partner on

    Community Cafés

    ● This year, we expect 54 Cafés (6

    Cafes per site) to occur

    ● 24 Parent Hosts

    ○ Goal to get at least 3 Parent Hosts

    per Team

    ○ 2 serve home-cooked meals!

    ● Everett’s Cafe Team started a Kid’s

    Cafe club after school

    Arnold, Belmont/Goodrich, Calvert, Elliott/Lincoln High, Everett, Hartley, Holmes/Lefler, McPhee, Norwood Park, Saratoga

  • Harvest

    Table Conversations

    School and Neighborhood Advisory Committees ● 100% of CLC sites have an active

    School Neighborhood Advisory

    Committee (SNAC) or are on their way

    of beginning one

    ○ North-Central SNAC Meetings - in

    the works!

    ● Community Builder Workshops (Thank

    you - Civic Nebraska, Nebraska

    Appleseed, and South Downtown CDO)

    ● Asset-based Community Development

    (ABCD)

    A group of Neighborhood Stakeholders (Parents, Residents, Community

    Members, Organizations, Businesses, School Staff, Students, etc.) that share

    common visions, goals, and outcomes for children,

    families, and their neighborhood.

  • Family and Neighborhood

    ● Parent Universities - middle schools ● ABCD - in-depth

    ○ Celebrating Neighbors ○ Connecting Youth and Adults

    ● High School Collaborations ○ Career Fair ○ Getting Ahead - High School style ○ Youth-led Workshops ○ Community Builder Workshops - geared

    at High School students ○ Community Cafes

    ● Parent/Adult Activity Nights ● Connecting all of the Neighborhood

    Groups ● Engagement vs. Involvement ?

    What’s to come?!

  • Successful Students ● Achieve academically ● Attend school regularly

    ● Are healthy physically, socially, and emotionally

    ● Have hope for the future

    Clinton Sewing Club

    Dawes Photography Club

  • CLC Student Demographics Students Served in ELO (26 Sites) 15-16 16-17 17-18 18-19

    Number Students Served in ELO 6121 6750 6917 6713

    Number Students 30+ Days 3063 3299 3066 3063

    Number Students Served in Summer 1322 1223 1112 1215

    Demographics of Students Served in ELO

    Free/Reduced Lunch Participants 66% 66% 68% 65%

    Students of Color 47% 48% 48% 37%

    Students in Special Education 18% 19% 17% 19%

    Students who are ELL 9% 9% 14% 10%

    Free/Reduced Lunch Participants 2018-19 (percent of students)

  • Gender and Racial Diversity

    Classroom Teacher Survey Teacher Survey Ratings

    87% return rate

    Moderate to Significant Improvement

    (from fall to spring)

    Reading 70%

    Writing 66%

    Math 71%

    Science 69%

    Homework completion and class participation

    38%

    Student Behavior 35%

    Getting along well with other students

    36%

    Extent of family engagement in student’s learning

    28%

  • Parents Say

    Parents’ Reasons for ELO Enrollment

  • Academic & Enrichment Clubs

    Leadership Club Science Club Makerspace Kindness Club Pottery Movin’ & Groovin’ Makerspace Mindfulness Smart Girls Scouts

    Book Buddies Brain Games Anime Club Movie Critic Club Girls Who Code Harry Potter Club Roads, Rails & Racecars Young Men’s Club Sewing Club 3-D Printer Club Step Chain

    Robotics Mystery Mayhem Spark Fitness Archery Joven Noble/Latina Leaders CSI Club We Cook Illustrator’s Club Broadcasting Club Photography

    Student Assessment Data NSCAS - English Language Arts

    Grade 3 2017-18

    Grade 3 2018-19

    Grade 4 2017-18

    Grade 4 2018-19

    Grade 5 2017-18

    Grade 5 2018-19

    % Meet or Exceed

    Standards

    % Meet or Exceed

    Standards

    % Meet or Exceed

    Standards

    % Meet or Exceed

    Standards

    % Meet or Exceed

    Standards

    % Meet or Exceed

    Standards

    All Buildings 59.8% 62.2% 64.7% 64.5% 60.2% 52.5%

    CLC Buildings 50.7% 51.8% 54.5% 52.6% 43.8% 40.9%

    CLC Students 53.4% 49% 54% 54.2% 47.2% 37.4%

  • Student Assessment Data NSCAS - English Language Arts

    Grade 6 2017-18

    Grade 6 2018-19

    Grade 7 2017-18

    Grade 7 2018-19

    Grade 8 2017-18

    Grade 8 2018-19

    % Meet or Exceed

    Standards

    % Meet or Exceed

    Standards

    % Meet or Exceed

    Standards

    % Meet or Exceed

    Standards

    % Meet or Exceed

    Standards

    % Meet or Exceed

    Standards

    All Buildings 56.1% 55.6% 54.8% 50% 60.1% 52.7%

    CLC Buildings 42.4% 43.4% 40.5% 36.4% 46.4% 42.6%

    CLC Students 47.14% 44.3% 49.6% 41.3% 52.2% 49.7%

    Student Assessment Data NSCAS - Math

    Grade 3 2017-18

    Grade 3 2018-19

    Grade 4 2017-18

    Grade 4 2018-19

    Grade 5 2017-18

    Grade 5 2018-19

    % Meet or Exceed

    Standards

    % Meet or Exceed

    Standards

    % Meet or Exceed

    Standards

    % Meet or Exceed

    Standards

    % Meet or Exceed

    Standards

    % Meet or Exceed

    Standards

    All Buildings 54.3% 56.9% 56.5% 54.7% 58.2% 60.5%

    CLC Buildings 41.7% 45.5% 43.5% 41.9% 46.9% 47.2%

    CLC Students 46.7% 47.2% 44.3% 43.4% 50.6% 47.4%

  • Student Assessment Data NSCAS - Math

    Grade 6 2017-18

    Grade 6 2018-19

    Grade 7 2017-18

    Grade 7 2018-19

    Grade 8 2017-18

    Grade 8 2018-19

    % Meet or Exceed

    Standards

    % Meet or Exceed

    Standards

    % Meet or Exceed

    Standards

    % Meet or Exceed

    Standards

    % Meet or Exceed

    Standards

    % Meet or Exceed

    Standards

    All Buildings 61.7% 61.4% 56.2% 53.4% 55.7% 50.4%

    CLC Buildings 47.1% 47.2% 41.9% 39.5% 40.7% 37.6%

    CLC Students 54.3% 53.4% 51.9% 45.4% 49.3% 50.7%

    Student Assessment Data NSCAS - Science

    Grade 5 2017-18

    Grade 5 2018-19

    Grade 8 2017-18

    Grade 8 2018-19

    % Meet or Exceed

    Standards

    % Meet or Exceed

    Standards