2014/15 Neighborhood of Promise Action Plan

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1 Vision To create a promising future for the neighborhood where ALL children enter school prepared to succeed, function at grade level and graduate from high school prepared for college, technical school and/or career. 2014/15 Neighborhood of Promise Action Plan

2 Collective Impact-Our Partnerships Collective Impact requires all participants to have a shared vision for change, one that includes a common understanding of the problem and a joint approach to solving it through agreed upon actions. Stanford Social Innovation Review

3 2014/2015 Action Plan Education Career Community

4 Funding Partners in Sulphur Springs The Neighborhood of Promise would like to thanks these funders for their generous investment. Public Funding Private Funding

5 Service Providers in Sulphur Springs NOP Public Partners City of Tampa City of Tampa Parks & Recreation Hillsborough County Public School District Sulphur Springs Head Start Sulphur Springs Elementary School Van Buren Middle School Sligh Middle School Chamberlain High School Abundant Life Church Big Brothers Big Sisters Boys & Girls Club Champions for Children Churches of Sulphur Springs Community Stepping Stones Devereux Kids Feeding America of Tampa Bay Frameworks Girl Scouts Global United Soccer Harvest Coalition NOP Community Partners Hip Hop Basketball Junior League of Tampa More Health Moses House Patel Performing Arts Center PCAT Rebuilding Together Tampa Bay St. Joseph's Children Advocacy Ctr. Tampa Family Health Center Tech Start United Way Suncoast USF Walking School Bus USF - Girls on the Run USF - HIPPY University of Tampa YMCA Young Life Addt l Community Partners Sulphur Springs Action League Next Generation RICH House

6 2014/15 Leadership Council Goals Continue to grow resident leadership Continue to develop the Neighborhood of Promise awareness & identity Continue to create a neighborhood based system of promise developed by residents, service provider and funders Continue targeted focus on Attendance, Educational Achievement, Social Emotional Learning & Parent Engagement for our educational pipeline. Continue to develop our economic stability and health and safety (Creating a Healthier Sulphur Springs) community initiatives. Coordinate and connect the progress for all workgroups (Early Childhood, Elementary School, Teens, Economic Stability, and Health and Safety).

7 2014/15 Targeted Indicators Attendance Highly Engaged Engaged PreK4 >85% 60 to 84% K-5th >80% 60 to 79% 6 th -12th >60% 40 to 59%

8 2014/15 Targeted Indicators: Academic Grade Assessment On Level Comment PreK4 VPK4 70% End of school year K K. Readiness 50% Beginning of school year. K K. FAIR #3 66% End of school year. 1 ST Stanford 10 50% End of school year 2 ND Stanford 10 30% End of school 3 RD -12 TH TBD Will be a base year for new assessment tool.

9 2014/15 Targeted Indicators: Social Emotional Learning PreK4-5 th School Sulphur Springs Elem. 6 th Van Buren MS. Course PATHS Life Skills Will be a base year for new assessment tool. Will be a base year for new assessment tool. Parent Engagement Will track participation & develop a survey Student Stability 5 th Graders Average # of yrs for 5 th grader at Sulphur Springs Elem. from 3.32 to 4 years:

10 2014/15 Targeted Strategies: Academic programs and initiatives will align with the District s transition to new Florida Standards and Assessments for 3 rd 12 th. Support the District s partnership with USF for the new Masters Level Teachers Residency Program at Sulphur Springs Elementary. Social Emotional Learning focus will be to support Frameworks in their program implementation in school, after school programs and with parents birth-6 th. Parent Engagement focus K-6 th to focus on training for social emotional learning & school engagement. Children Board s implementation of family support practice standards. United Way s continuing development of their career services programs.

11 Resident Leadership Goals Continue to develop the Neighborhood of Promise awareness & identity. Recruit, train and support resident leaders for the Leadership Council and all Work Groups. Develop a Resident Advisory Council. Parent engagement strategies will be a focus of the work groups in the educational pipeline.

12 Early Childhood-5 th Grade Educational Pipeline Participation Goals: 2014\15 Educational Pipeline Participation Goals: Registered 13\14 Summer 2014 Fall 2014 Spring 2015 SS % Grade Agency Registered Registered Registered Kids of Total Capacity Public Awareness 0 to 4 Great by 8 Campaign Layla's House Parents as Teachers HIPPY N\A N\A Sulpur Springs Head Start 50 N\A Sulphur S. Summer VPK N/A 40 N\A N\A N/A Total Early Childhood % 267 K PCAT 40 N\A K - 5th Big Brothers Big Sisters Parks YMCA Total Elementary % 420 *Frameworks will train all Sulphur Springs Elementary staff to implement a social emotional learning strategy with all students.

13 Middle School Educational Pipeline Participation Goals: 2014\15 Middle School Pipeline Participation Goals: Registered 13\14 Summer 2014 Fall 2014 Spring 2015 SS % Grade Agency Registered Registered Registered Kids of Total Capacity 6th - 8th Abundant Life Church Big Brothers Big Sisters Boys & Girls Club Comm. Stepping Stones Devereux Kids /Teen Council *Frameworks- 6th Grade N\A Parks *Y Achievers 25 N\A Young Life Sub - Total Middle School % *Frameworks will serve all Van Buren 6rh graders on an academic wheel. *Boys and Girls Club ad Y Achievers will serve non Sulphur Springs kids in their Van Buren Program.

14 High School Educational Pipeline Participation Goals: Registered 13\14 Summer 2014 Fall 2014 Spring 2015 SS % Grade Agency Registered Registered Registered Kids of Total Capacity 9th - 12th Abundant Life Church Big Brothers Big Sisters Boys & Girls Club Community Stepping Stones Devereux Kids - Teen Council Parks Y Achievers Young Life Sub - Total High School % 180 Total Infant thru 12th ,909 52% Given the multiple programs for 6th thru 12th grade, we anticpate a duplicated count. We plan to do an analysis at the end ofeach semester to quantify the number of kids served. Total SS Kids based on 13\14 count. 0 to 4 is an estimate (115 per year).

15 2014\15 Early Childhood Goals: Strategic Priorities: Promote all services & opportunities to increase participation. Continue to improve children's success & family engagement. Assessment Goals & Strategies: Champions for Children: Complete an ASQ developmental screening assessment for all kids. 75% of children with development concerns will showimprovement at two month rescreen. Head Start: Attendance goal of 85% or more. Academic goal of 70% or more meeting expectations on the VPK4 assessment. Implement Framework's social emotional learning strategies & assessment. Parents are expected to volunteer a minimum of 25 hours & attend monthly meetings on a regular basis.

16 Elementary School Goals (pt1) Attendance Goals: School Year Highly Agency Goal Place Engaged Engaged PCAT 40 All Nations >80% 60 to 79% Big Brothers Big Sisters 75 SS Elementary Parks 35 Springhill YMCA 270 SS Elementary >80% 60 to 79% Total 420 Academic Goals: Academic progress for PCAT and the Y will be measured by appropriate semester end school assessment. Social Emotional Learning Goals: Measured by pre and post assessment strategy. Measured by a school and out of school behavior report.

17 Elementary School Goals (pt2) Parent \ Caregiver Engagement Goals: Measured by caregiver attendance and surveys at targeted events. Highly Events Engaged Engaged Active PCAT: Parent Events: 4 >3 2 <2 YMCA: Dinner & Dialogue Events: 12 >6 4 to 6 <4 Sulphur Springs Elementary PTA Meetings: Y will monitor parent participation. Currently 6 of 8 members are from the Y.

18 Teen Goals (pt1) Attendance Goals: School Year Meeting Meeting Highly Agency Goal Days Times Place Engaged Engaged Middle School: Abundant Life Church 5 Church Big Brothers Big Sisters 15 Community Boys & Girls Club 45 M - F VanBuren >60% 40 to 59% Community Stepping Stones 10 CSS Devereux Kids - Teen Council 10 T 6:00 PM Springhill Frameworks - 6th Grade 30 VanBuren Parks 35 M - F Springhill >60% 40 to 59% Y Achievers 10 Young Life 45 Church Total 205

19 Teen Goals (pt2) Attendance Goals: School Year Meeting Meeting Highly Agency Goal Days Times Place Engaged Engaged High School: Abundant Life Church 10 Church Big Brothers Big Sisters 10 Community Boys & Girls Club 10 Van Buren >60% 40 to 59% Community Stepping Stones 10 CSS Devereux Kids - Teen Council 30 Springhill Parks 30 M - F Springhill Y Achievers 15 Chamberlain Young Life 65 Church Total 180 Can show each agency's registered students & average attendance by semester if they provide the appropriate data. Given the multiple programs for 6 th thru 12 th grade, we anticipate a duplicated count. We plan to do an analysis at the end of each semester to quantify the number of kids served

20 Teen Goals (pt3) Academic: Academic progress for Boys & Girls Club will be measured by appropriate semester end school assessment. Academic progress for other agencies will be self reported if they desire by a link to their website. Social Emotional Learning: Boys & Girls Club & VanBuren 6th graders will be measured by a Life Skill pre and post assessment strategy. Social Emotional Learning progress for other agencies will be self reported if they desire by a link to their website. Parent \ Caregiver Engagement Goals: Measured by caregiver attendance and surveys at targeted events. Highly Events Engaged Engaged Active 9 >3 2 to \15 Planning & Evaluation: Evaluate the effectiveness & quality of the Coordinated Model for reaching all teens in Sulphur Springs. Evaluate the effectiveness & quality of the targeted focus on VanBuren. Continue to develop the strategy for reaching all teens in Sulphur Springs.

21 Economic Stability Goals (pt1) Family Support Services (Devereux Kids): 80% of 120 families who have a team conference will demonstrate improved family well being. Sulphur Springs Resource Center (United Way): Job placements for 150 people. Special employability training will serve 50 and 40 will get a job. Financial Literacy courses taught to 900 students. GED courses for 30 students with 15 graduates.

22 Economic Stability Goals (pt2) Housing: New Homes: Support Mayor's program & Neighborhood Associations efforts to build & sell 18 new homes. One builder is working with Rebuilding Together Tampa Bay to build 7 of those homes. Renovated Homes: Support JP Morgan's Chase partnership with Rebuilding Together Tampa Bay to renovate 13 homes. Landlord's Network: Continue to develop Landlord's Network to provide quality rental homes which impacts 50% of Sulphur Springs residents. The current network members represent 60 rental units. Economic Stability Outcome Assessment: Average # of years for 5th grader at Sulphur Spring Elementary from 3.32 to 4 years.

23 5th Grade Stability Analysis Fall 2012 Fall \15 # of years # of % of # of % of at SS Students Class Students Class Variance Goal Fall 2013 Comments % 23 23% -39% 2 students have attended SS for 8 years. Retained 2x % 18 18% 12% 2 students have attended SS for 7 years. Retained 1x % 18 18% 7% 27 students retained at least once % 12 12% 7% 21 students left and came back % 16 16% 11% % 15 15% 2% Total % % % 61 60% 27% % 43 42% 21% % 31 30% 13% % 15 15% 3% Total Average # of years for 5th grader at Sulphur Springs Average # of schools for 5th grader at Sulphur Springs

24 Creating a Healthier Sulphur Springs for Kids (CHSSK) Goals: Complete all mini-grant deliverables by December 31, Continue facilitation of work group initiatives including increasing access to quality produce in stores, mass communication techniques, community wide gardening efforts, and linkage of residents to health resources and services. Assist in the development of a volunteer driven leadership structure for the community garden. Continue support for Neighborhood Association for safety issues. Advocate with local health care providers to distribute wellness resources and link to services. Support Embrace a Healthier Florida initiative with the development of a statewide conference. Implement sustainability plan for this initiative past funding from Florida Blue Foundation grant with a focus on Creating A Culture of Gardening in Sulphur Springs; actively seek alternate funding sources and develop at least one additional community garden with a goal to have a total of four in the next 3-4 years (1 per quadrant). Sustain CHSSK Coalition (Health and Safety workgroup) past the life of the initiative. Cooperate and support Neighborhood of Promise Initiative.

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