THRIVETHRIVE

This past year has brought so many wonderful things to our organization and our programs. Highlights from 2016 can be found in our Annual Report

By helping students take responsibility for their lives, they develop the attitudes, skills and motivation necessary to THRIVE!

We recognize their success by measuring graduation rates, attendance, academic performance and behavior.

2015-2016 Program Outcomes

Pando Core Program

Focus: Students at-risk due to attendance, academics and behavior.

Goals/Outcomes

80% of K-8 students maintained/improved in reading-Outcome: 88%

80% of K-8 students maintained/improved in math-Outcome 84%

90% average daily attendance for K-5 students-Outcome 95%

90% average daily attendance for 6-12 students-Outcome 90%

95% of 9-12 students will remain in school (not expelled)-Outcome 100%

90% of high school seniors will graduate-Outcome 90%

Number of students targeted: 1,388

Number of students with collected outcomes: 1,104

Number of schools: 16

Check & Connect

Focus: Chronic Absenteeism

Goals/Outcomes

85% of chronically absent students will not be chronically absent by end of year-Outcome 63%

95% of students will not be suspended-Outcome 94%

Students will have less than 20 tardies-Outcome 66%

80% of students will improve/maintain in reading-Outcome 98%

80% of students will improve/maintain in math-Outcome 95%

Number of students targeted: 328 Pre K- 3rd Graders

Number of students with collected outcomes: 288

Reality U

Focus: Financial literacy simulation of life as a 26 year old 

Teachers were surveyed about the following areas to see if “at-risk” students had exhibited improvement.

Focus Area/Outcome                                                                              

Classroom Attendance-Outcome 42%

Behavior/attitude-Outcome 66%

Classroom participation-Outcome 67%

Number of students that participated in the program: 6,388 (8th -12th grade)

Number of schools: 27

Number of volunteers utilized to make the program successful: 755

Financial Literacy

Goals/Outcomes

Improve personal financial literacy & underlying economic principles for students grades 2-7-Outcome 63%

Number of students that participated in the program: 675

Number of schools: 11