At-Risk Youth Summer Platoon at Arroyo Valley High School Brenda Isita CSUSB Mgmt 306
Table of Contents• Proposal• Personnel Involved• Qualifications• Identifying the Problem• Cost• Early Preparation & Training• Overall Accomplishments
Proposal• At-risk students will prepare for their education.• Students will be disciplined by physical activities conducted by Sheriff Deputies.• Positive re-direction on students.
Personnel InvolvedArroyo Valley High School Teachers• Teachers will offer classes for students falling behind• Tutoring• Make the transition easier from Middle School to High SchoolSan Bernardino Sheriff Deputies (Will provide disciplinary components to alter negative behavior)• Respect• Leadership• Integrity• Physical activities
Qualifications• At-risk students between the ages of 14-18• Incoming students from Middle School• At-risk students attending Arroyo Valley High School• Students sent by parents• Students send by the court/probation officers
Identifying the Problem At-Risk Students are: • Lacking academically • The transition from Middle School to High School is hard for them. • Peer pressure • In gangs • Committing crimes • On probation
Costs NONE AT ALL!!!Teachers would already be getting paid for working summer school and three of the deputies would volunteer 3 hours for two days a week for physical activities.
Early Preparation & TrainingThis will impact students and keep them motivated by:• Redirecting students to be involved with positive influence• Keep students away from negative influences• Positive redirection• Develop academic skills• Gain self-confidence
Overall AccomplishmentsStudents will become more focused throughout their four years of High School.• Obtain a High School Diploma• Be disciplined• Be prepared for life• Go to College/University• Be decisive, reliable and responsible.