Development Partnerships Presentation SB 2014

Report
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, business—is 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 Children’s 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
effectiveness against performance measures
Providence Public Schools
Development & Partnerships-Goals
• 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
Pre-Approval
Review
Pre-Approval
Proposal Review
& Approval
Submission &
Initial
Coordination (if
grant is approved)
Reporting to
Funder
Letters of Support
MOA/MOU
• Pre-Approval Form
• Government Grants -60 days
• Others- 40 days
• 10 business days
• Coordinated with appropriate staff, including Finance review
• 5 business days
• Coordinated with appropriate staff, including Finance review
• ODP Notify the proper PPSD Departments and ensure internal communication of the award. All grant proposals (awarded or otherwise)
are tracked by the Department, so it is important to communicate this information to ODP regardless of funding status
• Grant deliverables and outcomes. Copies of all submitted grant reports to the Office of Development and Partnerships, within 5 business
days of submitting reports.
• For grants submitted by PPSD , ODP will be filling any appropriate reports with the funding entity.
• 10 business days
• 20 business days (City Solicitor Review and approval)
Providence Public Schools
PPSD Grant Making Process -PPSD
Pre-Approval
Review
Pre-Approval
Grant Writing
Proposal
Review &
Approval
Submission &
Initial
Coordination (if
grant is
approved)
• Director/Principal must sign pre-approval form
• Government 60 days
• Others 20 days
• 10 business days
• Coordinated with appropriate staff, including Finance review
• Grant writer provides support in determining responsibilities for program design . Grant writer will be the lead for writing, editing, budgeting, data. School /District
staff must provide project details (program/project description, cost estimates/timelines.
• Coordinated with appropriate staff, including Finance review
• Draft distributed for review.
• ODP will submit all PPSD grants (unless requested and approved otherwise). ODP Notify the proper PPSD Departments and ensure internal communication of
the award. All grant proposals (awarded or otherwise) are tracked by the Department, so it is important to communicate this information to ODP regardless of
funding status
• PPSD’s Grants Management Office must be notified of all approved funding. All award letters, checks, and budgets must be submitted to Development and
Grant
management/R
Partnerships for transmittal to the Grants Management Office.
eporting to
Funder
Letters of
Support
MOA/MOU
• 10 business days
• 20 business days (City Solicitor Review and approval)
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
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,
Field Trips - Target
Elementary Food Pantry
(submitted)
Principal - Julia Carlson;
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
Possible Funding Sources
Contact Person
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
Grant Activity
2013
Foundation
78%
$795,280
State
15%
$150,000
Municipal
4%
$45,000
Corporation
$16,000
Federal
$12,000
Individuals
2%
1%
>1%
$ 1,200
Providence Public Schools
Corporation
Foundation
Federal
State
Municipal
Individuals
Grant Activity 2014
Grant Activity
2014
Foundation 39%
$161,477
Corporation
State
57%
Foundation
$241,579
Federal
Municipal
4%
$ 15,000
Municipal
Corporation .2%
$ 500
Federal
Individuals
State
-
-
Providence Public Schools
Individual
PPSD Grant
Activities-2014
FUNDER
TYPE
 Development & Partnerships
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'Abate 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 ActivityPartnerships-2014
Partner
Funder
Type
Grant Focus
Amount/Stat
us
Ready2Learn
Providence
USDOE-i3
Development
Gov.
Mind in the
Making
$3.5M (3 yrs.)
Roger Williams
University
RIDE
State
Improve
T&L in
mathematics for
elementary school
students who are
English Language
Learners
$145K (3 Yrs.)
Principal
Residency
Network (Center
for Leadership &
Educational
Equity)
USDOETurnaround
Schools Leader
Gov.
Support and
training to
enhance the
leadership
pipeline in the
SIG schools.
$1.6M (3 yrs.)
Consortium (Central
Falls District)
Providence Public Schools
Sub-award to PPSD
$414,885
Sub-Award to PPSD
$68K
Yrs. 1 &2 Allocation is
Subject to
Performance
May 2014
Grant ActivityPartnerships-2014
Partner
Funder
Type
Grant Focus
Family Service of
RI
USDOE-Office of
Innovation
Gov.
Projects that
Establish or
Expand FullService
Community
Schools
The Center for
Mediation &
Collaboration
Rhode Island
(CMCRI)
CDBG-Municipal
Gov
School Peer
Mediation Project
to Reduce the
Number of
Suspension
Annenberg
Institute
USDOEResearch
Practitioner
Partnerships
Providence Public Schools
Gov.
Research on
College & Career
Readiness
Amount/Stat
us
Development
Deadline
Notice of Intent to
Apply: May 21, 2014.
Transmittal of
Applications: June 20,
2014.
Intergovernmental
Review: July 7, 2014.
Development
June 2014
Development
Sub-Award to PPSD
$41,728.63 July 20152016 and $42,952.01
for July 2016–June
2017
July 201
Grant ActivityPartnerships-2014
Partner
Funder
Type
State
Department of
Human Service
USDHS-Office of Gov.
Refugee
Resettlement
Grant Focus
Amount/Stat
us
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
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
Culture of
Excellence
Communication
Strategies
Successful Students
Strengthen/Diversify
Grant Making
Support for
Principals/District
Staff
Effective Giving /
Grant Making
Culture
Effective Partnerships
Systems that works
Providence Public Schools
Performance Based
& Evaluation
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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