Reserve your spot at the May 2nd 21st CCLC Evaluation Workshop and Afterschool Networking Meeting in Tucson. There is NO FEE to 21st CCLC programs for participation in this interactive day of professional development.
- Best Practices Bootcamp
- Beyond the Basic
- Show Off! Share How Things Are Improving for Your Students
EVALUATION AND CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT
Evaluation of your 21st CCLC program includes local, state and federal reporting, planning on how best to meet your grant goals, and sharing positive outcomes with your community.
PLUS AFTERSCHOOL NETWORKING MEETING
See good 21st CCLC programs in action at four (4!) nearby schools serving Kinder through High School students. Chat with leadership, come away with great ideas.
How To guidance, tips and pointers from Arizona Department of Education 21st CCLC specialists, district 21st CCLC leadership and staff.
+ Conversation with colleagues involved in 21st CCLC throughout the day.
Something for everyone!
Thursday, May 2nd, 2013
From 9am- 4pm. Lunch will be provided.Location: Warren Elementary 3505 W Milton Road Tucson, AZ 85746
AGENDA & HANDOUTS
21st CCLC grant reporting and evaluation requirements
Breakout Sessions- Best practices in evaluation
Data Collection Bootcamp: How it’s done; how it’s used (Two breakouts)
1. Flowing Wells
Beyond the Basics: Continuous improvement; preparing for the Site Evaluation Report
- 21st CCLC Attendance- Periodic Site Check Sheet
- Make It Meaningful- Essential Questions For 21st CCLC Program Evaluation
- TUSD’s Program Description Table + Site Grant Objectives
- Site Evaluation Continuous Improvement Planning Tool- Sample completed sheet
Show Off! Share How Things Are Improving for Your Students
- 21st CCLC Brochure (2013)
- Arizona Update: Good News from Arizona’s 21st CCLC Programs
- Afterschool “In The News” - Please share your 21st CCLC stories with us. We would love to hear how your quality 21st CCLC program is helping students and their families. Submit an article, media clip, or your own story (brief narrative) about classes, events and personal stories of success. Submissions will be reviewed and posted in a timely fashion. See our Afterschool “In The News” page for more information.
COMING SOON! 21st CCLC Marketing page!
Handouts and Resource Materials
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Summary of Classes Offered Report
This spreadsheet provides ADE staff with a snapshot of what classes are being offered and the number of students that are being served. It enables ADE staff to provide technical assistance throughout the year to grantees that may need additional guidance instead of waiting to receive data at the end of the year in the APR.
Change to Form!!
This year there is a slight change to the form. Instead of completing separate forms for the Fall, Spring and Summer classes, the form is now set up as a continuous summary of classes form, meaning you will use one form per site for the entire fiscal year (July 1, 2011-June 30, 2012). Please contact your program specialist if you have any questions regarding the new form.
4-H is a youth development program that fosters an innovative, “learn by doing” approach with proven results. 4-H is the nation’s largest youth development organization, with research-driven programming developed by our nation’s Cooperative Extension System focusing on science, citizenship and healthy living. We are lucky to have this program here, because it is part of the University of Arizona, one of the nation’s 109 land-grant universities.
The 4-H Study of Positive Youth Development, a longitudinal study conducted by the Institute for Applied Research in Youth Development at Tufts University, shows youth engaged with 4-H are:
- Nearly two times more likely to get better grades in school;
- Nearly two times more likely to plan to go to college;
- 41 percent less likely to engage in risky behaviors; and
- 25 percent more likely to positively contribute to their families and communities.
We expect you’ll leave the day with many exciting strategies and ideas to support and sustain your own 21st CCLC program.
Following this day long professional development event, shorter trainings will be offered regionally to teach older students, 21st CCLC staff and volunteers to utilize the Cooperative Extension’s research-based curriculum and resources to lead high quality engaging programs for youth.
This one day orientation for new 21st Century Community Learning Center (21st CCLC) grantees will introduce and explain the culture of ADE 21st CCLC support and monitoring. This training will provide new 21st CCLC program leadership with information necessary for a successful grant implementation and effective management. The orientation will offer an overview of how to get started and provides critical information to meet federal and state grant requirements. Each grantee will leave the training with a reference book, outlining key information on fiscal and programmatic accountability. This orientation will be presented by ADE staff and the leadership from successful 21st CCLC grant programs in Arizona.
New Grantees will be required to attend the New Grantee Orientation. This will be mandatory for principals, site coordinators and district staff of Cycle XI Funding. Those new to 21st CCLC grant management but not Cycle XI are encouraged to attend.