United Providence! Update for the Providence Public School Board
Office of Development & Partnerships Doris M. De Los Santos Director Presented to the Providence Public School Board May 26, 2014 Providence Public Schools Providence Public Schools Providence Public Schools Development & Partnerships Grants Special Projects Strategic Looking Ahead Providence Public Schools Our schools can and must make an enormous difference in our students lives, but they cannot do it alone. The entire community schools, district, families, partners, businessis collectively responsible for the success of our students. Our schools must serve our community, and our community must support our schools. School support for community and community support for schools increases our social capital and ultimately the success of our students.* *FOUNDATIONS AND BASIC COMMITMENTS POLICY BELIEFS AND COMMITMENTS OF THE PROVIDENCE SCHOOL BOARD Providence Public Schools
How we will do our Work? >The practice of Cultural Competency >The practice of Collaboration with our employees >The practice of partnering with our families and multiple individuals and organizations in our communities *Opening Doors to Our Childrens Future Providence Public Schools Development & Partnerships Providence Public Schools Development & Partnerships Grants Partnerships Special Events Looking Ahead Providence Public Schools DEVELOPMENT & PARTNERSHIPS Expand and diversify financial resources, secure additional local, state, federal,
corporate, and private resources to meet a wide range of diverse needs; Establish, maintain and enhance collaborative and effective relationships with partner agencies. Providence Public Schools DEVELOPMENT & PARTNERSHIPS Develop/strengthen our relationships with different stakeholders: colleges and universities; foundations (local, regional and national); business community; chamber of commerce; council; schools; parents; and the general public. Alumni relationships. Providence Public Schools DEVELOPMENT & PARTNERSHIPS Support strategic planning implementation. Brand - build and codify brand awareness. Foster a Culture of Excellence (Internal and External). Providence Public Schools
Development & Partnerships -Goals Align partnerships and grants with the District Strategic Plan, the School Improvement Plan, and the District Technology Plan -review by relevant administrators and SIT members (accordingly) AND include SMART Goals. Constantly assess all partnerships for Providence Public Schools Development & PartnershipsGoals Grants- competitive, fundable, realistic, achievable. Clearinghouse for all development, giving, partnerships activities, grant programs, reports, and fiscal management. Increase quality & number of communications/PR outputs Providence Public Schools Grant Making Providence Public Schools Development & Partnerships Grants Partnerships Special Projects Looking Ahead
Providence Public Schools PPSD Grant Making Process-Partners Providence Public Schools PPSD Grant Making Process -PPSD Providence Public Schools DEVELOPMENT & PARTNERSHIPS Partnerships and Grant STRATEGIES: DISTRICT Superintendent Driven Informed by Staff SCHOOL Place Based (Inventory, Technical Assistance) SIT Meetings Newsletter Providence Public Schools Schools Inventory-Snapshot
School Type Needs Possible Funding Sources Contact Person Asa Messer Technology - blended Learning (smart boards and laptops) and After school program funding for Elementary teachers Spark Grants Principal - Denise Missry Bailey Technology & running - Smart Elementary boards Saucony /ING Principal - Carolina Creel
Carl Lauro D'Abate Esek Hopkins Elementary Math supplies storage Elementary Laptop Cart Middle Technology: I-Pads for teachers Brown Rudnick Math Coach - Margaret Simms Sabrina Antonelli Fogarty Technology - Computers, Smartboards, Software - Achieve 3000, Field Trips, Playground, Food Principal - Julia Carlson; Elementary Pantry Field Trips - Target (submitted) Angelina Soares (Food pantry) Gilbert Stuart Middle Technology - I-Pads, Smart Boards American Honda Foundation
Operations Committee Chair Kathleen Mainor and Karlene Kelly Greene Middle Chairs for library Sarah Morenon - librarian, Bryan Cerullo JSEC High School Field renovation Baseball tomorrow fund Kennedy MLK After school programs and Elementary technology tablets Elementary Sound System, Theater YMCA/Lego Mount Pleasant
PCTA High School Kitchen renovation High School CTE Expansion Principal - Scott Sutherland Luke Reservoir Elementary Technology Principal - Jeffrey Scanapieco Furniture, Art program, running program, elevator, plumbing, transportation Athletic Director - Steve Nadeau Principal - Susan DeAthos, Lori Hall - Math Coach Monica Paige RI Fdtn - Arts in Academics, Grant Committee Chair - Kyli Saucony Run for Good, Lowes Lamar, James Deignan Roger Williams
Middle Spaziano Technology - Wireless Connection, Elementary Playground, Computers Pleasant View Elementary Special Needs Playground E-Cubed Academy Math/Science project based High School learning Regina Winkfield Classical High School Security system Jeff Goss Providence Public Schools Principal - Zeb Lopes
CVS? Stacia Berube, Physical Therapist Grant Activity 2013 Foundation Grant Activity 2013 78% $795,280 State 15% $150,000 Municipal 4% $45,000 Corporation Federal 2% 1%
$16,000 $12,000 Individuals >1% $ 1,200 Total $1M Providence Public Schools Corporation Foundation Federal State Municipal Individuals Grant Activity 2014 Grant Activity 2014 Foundation 39% $161,477 State
57% $241,579 Municipal 4% $ 15,000 Corporation .2% $ 500 Federal Individuals - - Total $419K Providence Public Schools Corporati on Foundatio n
Federal State Municipal Individual PPSD Grant Activities2014 FUNDER Development & Partnerships TYPE GRANT FOCUS DUE PARTNERS ASK HISTORY STATUS DECISION INFO Jan-14 Next Generation Learning Challenge (Gates) Fdtn Innovative School Ideas - Planning Grant West Broadway Historic Preservation STEM Academy
DOL: Youth Career Connect Gov CTE - Mount Pleasant 13-Jan $100,000.00 $100,000.00 27-Jan URI, CCRI, PASA, Highlander, $2,247,000.00 New New Declined Declined Declined Declined March 25th Carnegie Corporation of New York Fdtn Opportunity by Design - FIRST ROUND 27-Feb New Second Draft Submitted: 2/28/14June 12th
Carnegie Corporation of New York Amica Companies Foundation Wallace Foundation: Kennedy Center: Any Given Child Fdtn Fdtn Fdtn Fdtn 7-Mar Rolling 28-Mar 31-Mar $3,000,000.00 $28,216.58 $500,000.00 $125,000.00 New New Submitted: 3/7/14 Submitted: 3/24/14 Submitted: 3/28/14 Invited to Phase II June 12th
8 weeks (end of May) July July i3: Pre-Application McCarthy Dressman Education Foundation Gov Effective Use of Technology Fdtn Academic Enrichment - blended learning 14-Apr Highlander Institute 15-Apr Bailey $3,000,000.00 $10,000.00 Submitted: 4/14/14 Submitted: 4/15/14 TBD July 15th Amica Companies Foundation USA Soccer LOI Fdtn Smart boards and laptops - blended learning Rolling Fdtn 23-May
$29,277.89 $200,000.00 Submitted: 5/9/14 8 weeks (beginning of July) NEA Student Achievement USA Soccer Champlin Foundations Fdtn Smart Board - Bailey Barbar Gardner Fdtn Conley Field - Synthetic Turf Fdtn Middle/Junior High Schools $5,000.00 April Feb-14 Mar-14 Opportunity by Design - FINAL Laptops for D'A bate Elementary Principal Supervisor Initiative Arts Education - Strategic Plan Apr-14
May-14 Jun-14 Providence Public Schools 1-Jun Bailey 1-Jun 30-Jun New September 15th Grant ActivityPartnerships2014 Type Grant Amount/ Partner Funder Ready2Learn Providence USDOE-i3 Development
Gov. Roger Williams University RIDE Principal Residency Network (Center for Leadership & Educational Equity) USDOETurnaround Schools Leader Consortium (Central Falls District) Providence Public Schools Focus Status
Mind in the Making $3.5M (3 yrs.) State Improve T&L in mathematics for elementary school students who are English Language Learners $145K (3 Yrs.) Gov. Support and training to enhance the leadership pipeline in the SIG schools. $1.6M (3 yrs.)
Sub-award to PPSD $414,885 Sub-Award to PPSD $68K Yrs. 1 &2 Allocation is Subject to Performance May 2014 Grant ActivityPartnerships2014 Type Grant Amount/ Partner Funder Family Service of RI USDOE-Office of Innovation The Center for Mediation &
Collaboration Rhode Island (CMCRI) CDBG-Municipal Annenberg Institute USDOEResearch Practitioner Partnerships Providence Public Schools Focus Status Gov. Projects that Establish or Expand FullService Community Schools Development Deadline
Notice of Intent to Apply: May 21, 2014. Transmittal of Applications: June 20, 2014. Intergovernmental Review: July 7, 2014. Gov School Peer Mediation Project to Reduce the Number of Suspension Gov. Research on College & Career Readiness Development June 2014
Development Sub-Award to PPSD $41,728.63 July 2015-2016 and $42,952.01 for July 2016June 2017 July 201 Grant ActivityPartnerships2014 Type Grant Amount/ Partner Funder State Department of Human Service USDHS-Office of Refugee Resettlement Providence Public Schools Gov.
Focus Status Improve academic performance; the number of refugee children that complete high school; the level of English language acquisition among refugees; school attendance rates; parent participation in school activities. Estimated Total Funding: $15,000,000 Expected Number of Awards: 36 Award Ceiling: $1,000,000 Per
Budget Period Award Floor: $150,000 Per Budget Period Average Projected Award Amount: $405,000 Per Budget Period Length of Project Periods: 24-month project with two 12-month budget periods Providence Public Schools Development & Partnerships Grants Partnerships Special Events Looking Ahead Providence Public Schools Partnerships Comprehensive Inventory is needed Develop rubric for effective partnerships Assess and evaluate partnershipscorrective actions
Data driven decisions Provide support to schools Providence Public Schools Partnerships-Highlights 21 Century Community Learning Initiative YouthBuild Providence Roger Williams University (Adult Education & Community Development at JSEC-Dual) Opportunities Industrialization Center (OIC) Generations Citizens Connect2Compete (Cox Communications) Beat the Streets Providence Providence Public Schools Providence Public Schools Development & Partnerships Grants Partnerships Special Projects Looking Ahead Providence Public Schools Special Projects Rekindling the Dream Foundation Secured/Managed UP! Development Portfolio $450K AFT & $75K RI Foundation Providence Reads
Civic Engagement Arts in Education Policy Athletics for Middle Schools Out of School Time (Vartan, MLK & Kennedy) Play Areas @Elementary Schools (Playground Projects) Providence Public Schools Special Projects Teacher of the Year Teacher Appreciation Week Principal & AP Recognition Providence Public Schools Providence Public Schools Development & Partnerships Grants Partnerships Special Projects Looking Ahead Providence Public Schools Looking Ahead Providence Public Schools
QUESTIONS? Our job is to teach the students we have. Not the ones we would like to have. Not the ones we used to have. Those we have right now. All of them. Dr. Kevin Maxwell Providence Public Schools
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