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Cool stuff from reading reports

 

 

 

BEAMS Events/Outreach to Families 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Family Nights

$400 X 2

Family Nights took place in Nov and Feb. The evenings consisted of food made by students, slide shows and performances for parents and students, and evaluations for parents. Helping families connect more closely to the school is an important part of the “parent involvement” section of the BAMS school-wide Action Plan. Family Nights also give students an opportunity to display all they have produced during their BEAMS clubs. 

7-8 and adult 

Nov: 85

Feb:90

2 hours x 2

 

 

 

 

 

Guiding Good Choices

$0

(Collaboration with BAPC and SAP Program and BEAMS)

Parents and guardians participate in the Guiding Good Choices course to gain tools and strategies to meet the challenge of guiding their teens through adolescence into healthy, responsible adulthood. Stipends paid to parents. Co-sponsored with Brattleboro Area Prevention Coalition and a SAP Program grant.

Parents of 7th and 8th graders

Fall session 11 parents

 

5 nights with a total of 10 hours

BEAMS Final Gathering

$100

A final BEAMS gathering was held at the end of project week to celebrate the regular attendees. All regular attendees received BEAMS certificate and a prize that could be picked out in the order of who had the most hours with the BEAMS program. We also tallied the stats for 2 year totals. We also showed a slide show and a few other presentations and talked about what BEAMS meant to them.

7-8

24

2 hours

 

 

 

 

Important Heads Up about 2014 YPQA training dates.

Online trainings for the two 2014 cycles (fall/spring) for YPQA teams are:

Sept. 30th  6-8pm YPQI Overview……..Dec. 12th 6-8pm Planning With Data

Jan. 13th 6-8pm YPQI Overview………..March 16th 6-8pm Planning With Data

Also attached are the planning and self-assessment tools, which should be used and completed before the start of fall programming so plans and conversations can happen in a timely fashion. This can be said even if the spring cycle is being used, as thinking about and learning about the system can immediately impact new thinking and program outcomes!

 

Summer Survey: due August 29th, 2014.

This survey is similar to what was completed last year. https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/ZSMQGZW

 

Optional Filemaker Version 4.2d available.

Version 4.2a may still be used to meet all 21c requirements. The difference in this optional version is that it has an average daily attendance report that PEOPLE ARE REPORTING BEING GOOD!

http://vermontafterschool.pbworks.com/w/file/66044666/21st%20CCLC%202013_v4.2.fmp12

To use that go to reports/ program tab and scroll below the subsidy reimbursement report, which shows data used to enter into subsidy reimbursement system. The average daily attendance report can be customized by selecting date ranges.  Reminder: new databases need to be created for the July 1, 2014-June 30, 2015 reporting cycle.  Contact Emanuel if you have not done this before and need assistance.  Summer data should be entered in the summer.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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