Outcomes Report (2014-15)

OCS Annual Outcomes Report 2014-2015

Quality Improvements in STARR this Year • Improved communication and connection with parents • Developed relationships to move into two Cloverdale Schools in September 2015 • Transitioned to electronic client records and data management system 3. Options for Schools (OFS) Options for Schools is a partnership between Options Community Services and School District #36 (Surrey). A need has been identified to further service the disengaged young adolescents of the area and OFS is working to meet those needs. This partnership includes: • TREK Program • Lee School • One-on-One Community Outreach/Alternate School Support These school-based programs are vital to many of the students who have been unable to find success in any other school setting. • Trust, Respect, Empathy, Knowledge (TREK) Program: supports 24 students ages 13-15 who have not experienced recent success in a regular academic environment. This program is to reintegrate at-risk youth into the school system and the community. • Lee School: supports 16 students ages 13-15 that have been identified as requiring additional support in a small classroom setting. Lee School provides an environment that supports meaningful, relevant, and developmentally appropriate learning. The focus is on connecting and engaging students in a community that fosters social-emotional and academic learning. • One-on-One Community Outreach/Alternate School Support : students are referred from elementary, secondary and alternate schools for social/emotional support in the community. This program is for students ages 10-16 to promote positive connection and re-engagement to the school district and community.

Quality Improvements Options for Schools in this Year • In process of transitioning to Nucleus

• TREK now able to provide Dogwood curriculum so that students can graduate without having to return the mainstream school setting. The likelihood of graduation for these students is now much improved. • LEE School staff are working more on community integration and the students are becoming more independent in utilizing community resources, such as recreation centers.

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