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4.14.14 2014 nasdme conference

  1. 1. 2014 NASDME Conference Innovative practices to best serve Out-of-School Youth (OSY) CBOCES in Colorado (Northern Region) Presenters: Mark Rangel - Director of Innovative Education Services, CBOCES Maria Castillo - Instructional Program Coordinator, CBOCES
  2. 2. Think-Pair-Share What are some successful instructional and support services that you are doing or you have heard of in your state?
  3. 3. OSY  Migrant Camp visits  Instructional Services  Support Services  Re-engaging visits  Project READY  Referral Services Community and Post-Secondary
  4. 4. Age Working Yes MP3 Instruction/ Life Skills or OSY mini lessons ESL Classes / Adult Basic Ed. Classes Yes Full time or Part time? flexible hours Online or Alternative H.S. Diploma GED Prep No GEP Prep Online or Alternative H.S. Diploma Transportation Yes What kind? own car? a ride? public? No Bus pass, Can get a ride Do you have children? Yes Is child care an issue? Financial or transportation? No What program best fits student skills and needs English Proficiency level NEP ESL Classes See Yellow box LEP ESL Classes See Yellow and purple boxes FEP GED Prep Online or Alternative H.S. Diploma Last Grade attended / Number of Credits Close to high school diploma? - Traditional H.S. - Alternative H.S. - Competency based H.S. - Online - GED Preparation GED  Project READY Fort Morgan CO.  Project READY Wray CO.  HEP- AIMS - Fort Lupton Campus  Greeley AIMS Campus  Morgan Community College Online & Alternative H.S.  CBOCES High School (Greeley, Longmont)  Innovative Connections H.S. (Fort Morgan)  GOAL Academy  Jefferson H.S. (Greeley)  GAP (Greeley) ESL Classes English Hour at Lincoln Park Library 919 7th St. Greeley, CO 80631 (970) 506-8460 Spanish and English Reading and Writing Class 919 7th St. Greeley, CO 80631 Contact Mary Saldaña at (970)308-0146 Aims Intensive English Program 5401 West 20th St., Greeley, CO 80634 (970) 339-6200, Billie Martinez School 341 14th Ave. Greeley CO 80631 Christ Community Church 1301 15th St. Greeley, CO 80631 Global Refugee Center, Inc. Cameron Community Center 1424 13th Ave. (970) 313-8800 or (970)978-5935 First United Methodist Church 917 10th Ave. Greeley, CO 80631 (970) 353-5522 The Grove Neighborhood Network 119 14th Ave. Greeley, CO 80631 (970) 304-9636 Right to Read Adult Education Center 717 6th Street Greeley, CO 80631-3901 (970) 352-7323 Rocky Mountain Language Training Institute (970) 402-9478, School District 6, Welcome Center & Parent Involvement 1025 9th Ave. Greeley, CO 80631 (970) 348-6041 Glenn A. Jones, M.D. Memorial Library 400 S. Parish Ave. Johnstown, CO 80534 St. Vrain Valley Adult Education 820 Main Street Longmont, CO 80501 (303) 678-5662 Front Range Community College, Boulder County Campus 2190 Miller Dr. Longmont, CO 80501 (303) 678-3648 Morgan Community College Key questions to ask OSY students and possible pathways for education.
  5. 5. Migrant Camp Visit- Fort Lupton, CO
  6. 6. Migrant Camp visits
  7. 7. Referral Services  RMSER (Rocky Mountain Service, Employment, Redevelopment)  GED programs  ESL classes, etc.  HEP if available
  8. 8. Support Services Include:  OSY bags  Dental kits  Vision Vouchers  Diapers – for teen parents, when available  Informational Booklets
  9. 9. Re-engaging visits  Traditional High School  GOAL academy - online, for students in isolated rural areas  Project READY- Resources for the Education And Development for Youth
  10. 10. Designed to serve Out Of School Youth (OSY) Migrant students and At-risk high school migrant students in language development, workforce readiness development, GED Preparation, and academic support. (Began March 2012) 2 Campuses – Fort Morgan and Wray Colorado. Project READY- Resources for the Education And Development for Youth
  11. 11. Instructional Services  Sososy resources:  Oxford Pictionary, other ESL lesson from OSY website  MP3 Players with ESL lessons  Rosetta Stone  Basic Literacy  Homework help for students in school  GED lessons delivered in Spanish and English
  12. 12. 163 individuals have received services since March 2012. 14 have passed GED since program started. Rosetta Stone GED Prep Literacy Homework 29 29 3 have passed this year 18 21 Current students:
  13. 13. LEARN Consortium – Migrant Literacy Net Pre-GED materials
  14. 14. Shoulder Partner Activity Turn to your shoulder partner and discuss programs/services that you are using within your OSY programs.
  15. 15. Community Partnerships  Lutheran Family Services  Global Refugee Center  Workforce Investment Act- Youth Programs  Rocky Mountain SER  HEP/ CAMP programs  Education Opportunity Center
  16. 16. Post Secondary Partnerships
  17. 17. Shoulder Partner Activity Turn to your shoulder partner and discuss possible community & post-secondary partners in your area that you work with or who could contact about becoming a partner
  18. 18. Next Steps: • Continue to explore and develop partnerships OSY and replicate Project READY in other school districts in our service area. • Partner with Goodwill Career Center in Greeley, Co • Continue to seek community partnerships for educational programming. • Share best practices with programs in state and nationally.
  19. 19. Questions?
  20. 20. Contact Information:  Mark Rangel – Director of Innovative Education Services - CBOCES  / Office: 970-352-7404 ext. 1122      Maria Castillo– Instructional Program Coordinator CBOCES   / Office: 970-352-7404 ext. 1203 CENTENNIAL BOCESBoard of Cooperative Educational Services