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Programs that provide educational services for students who have been suspended or expelled from school or have left school for other reasons prior to receiving a diploma; or which seek to prevent students of compulsory school age from skipping classes, being suspended or expelled for disruptive behavior, failing or maintaining a low grade point average, or dropping out of school.

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Communities in Schools (CIS) of PA, Integrated Student Services -JohnstownSite Coordinators work with students 1:1 and help them overcome barriers preventing them from being successful in school. Some barriers may include academics, behavior and/or attendance. CIS is a dropout prevention/graduation retention organization that works with students K-12 in specific schools throughout Cambria County to empower them stay in school and achieve in life. Additional Site at: 196 Westgate Drive Johnstown, PA 19505 phone: 814-533-5540 CambriaCommunities In Schools of Pennsylvania - JohnstownCommunities In Schools of Pennsylvania (CIS)
Communities in Schools (CIS) of PA, Integrated Student Services - LancasterSite Coordinators work with students 1:1 and help them overcome barriers preventing them from being successful in school. Some barriers may include academics, behavior and/or attendance.LancasterCommunities In Schools of Pennsylvania - LancasterCommunities In Schools of Pennsylvania (CIS)
Communities in Schools (CIS) of PA, Integrated Student Services - Susquehanna TownshipSite Coordinators work with students 1:1 and help them overcome barriers preventing them from being successful in school. Some barriers may include academics, behavior and/or attendance. CIS is a dropout prevention/graduation retention organization that works with students K-12 in specific schools throughout Central PA to empower them stay in school and achieve in life. DauphinCommunities In Schools of Pennsylvania - Susquehanna TownshipCommunities In Schools of Pennsylvania (CIS)
Communities In Schools (CIS) of PA, Integrated Student Services - YorkSite Coordinators work with students 1:1 and help them overcome barriers preventing them from being successful in school. Some barriers may include academics, behavior and/or attendance.YorkCommunities In Schools of Pennsylvania - YorkCommunities In Schools of Pennsylvania (CIS)
Fulton County Partnership - School SuccessFocuses on student’s success in Middle and High School.FultonFulton County Partnership - ProgramFulton County Partnership
Greater Susquehanna Valley Chamber of Commerce - Dropout PreventionSnyderGreater Susquehanna Valley Chamber of CommerceGreater Susquehanna Valley Chamber of Commerce
Indochinese-American Council - High School Diploma ProgramAdults in the IAC have the opportunity to study at home at their own pace and earn a high school diploma from the Multi-Cultural Academy Charter School (MACS). Upon completion of all requirements, the graduates of the IAC participate in the Multi-Cultural Academy Charter School commencement ceremonies and receive a MACS diploma, as well as career counseling and support services for pursuing post-secondary education. The IAC high school diploma program is a collaborative effort with the IAC's sister educational institution, the Multi-Cultural Academy Charter School, as well as the Pennsylvania Department of Education, the Philadelphia Department of Human Services, and the Philadelphia Youth Network.PhiladelphiaIndochinese-American Council - Philadelphia; LoganIndochinese-American Council
Indochinese-American Council - High School Diploma Program - Multi-Cultural Academy Charter SchoolAdults in the IAC have the opportunity to study at home at their own pace and earn a high school diploma from the Multi-Cultural Academy Charter School (MACS). Upon completion of all requirements, the graduates of the IAC participate in the Multi-Cultural Academy Charter School commencement ceremonies and receive a MACS diploma, as well as career counseling and support services for pursuing post-secondary education. The IAC high school diploma program is a collaborative effort with the IAC's sister educational institution, the Multi-Cultural Academy Charter School, as well as the Pennsylvania Department of Education, the Philadelphia Department of Human Services, and the Philadelphia Youth Network.PhiladelphiaMulti-Cultural Academy Charter SchoolIndochinese-American Council
Philadelphia Youth Network - Project U-TurnProject U-Turn is a citywide collaborative effort to understand, focus public attention on and most importantly raise Philadelphia's graduation, engagement and re-engagement rates through a collective impact strategy.It consists of three groups who, collectively move Project U-Turn's agenda: an executive committee with representation from top-level officials; a steering committee with representation from system leaders who advance the alliance's agenda; and action teams with representation from groups of direct service practitioners and administrators that work to implement the action plan. PhiladelphiaPhiladelphia Youth Network - Philadelphia; Old CityPhiladelphia Youth Network
Respective Solutions Group Center for Families Dropout PreventionVariety of programs focused on preventing dropout.CambriaRespective Solutions Group Center for FamiliesRespective Solutions Group
School-Based ProgramsAldersgate's School-Based Programs collaborate with local schools to provide direct support to at-risk students from elementary through high school. Services include individual counseling, classroom programming and small support groups during the school day. Programming is designed to address poor school performance and problematic behaviors, in-school reactions to family stress, depression/anxiety, poor social/ communication skills and drug and alcohol issues. Services tend to be short term and problem solving focused. Aldersgate staff work closely with school support staff, Student Assistance Programs, Instructional Support Teams, guidance counselors and school psychologists. Referral information, community linkages and assessments are provided to students and their families.Aldersgate - Montgomery; Willow GroveAldersgate
YWCA Lancaster - Empowerment Center (Prevention Education and Support Groups)Provides services to youth and the community for the prevention of sexual violence, teen pregnancy, school drop out, gender bias and racism. Sexual violence prevention programs include: - Personal Safety: An elementary program that defines age-appropriate boundaries, discusses different types of touches, empowers children and identifies adults allies. - Healthy Relationships: A middle, high school and adult program that defines harassing behaviors, differentiates flirting from sexual harassment, and teaches healthy relationships. - Relationships and Dating Violence: A high school to adult level program that defines warning signs of dating violence, introduces dynamics of power and control and identifies the qualities of healthy relationships. - The Red Zone: A high school to adult program that defines warning signs of dating violence, introduces dynamics of power and control and identifies the qualities of healthy relationships. - Sexual Assault 101: A high school to adult level program that defines rape and clarifies consent, examines cultural rape myths, and introduces bystander prevention skills/men as allies. - Sexual Harassment in the Workplace: A high school to adult level program that defines sexual harassment in the workplace, teaches proven techniques to respond appropriately and defines your rights and legal requirements. - Mandated Reporter Training (Act 126) available for school districts, personnel or other organizations that come into contact with children. Support groups include: - Girl Power: Weekly program for pre and adolescent girls aimed to ease the transition between the last year of elementary school and middle school; also focuses on truancy, drug and alcohol prevention, and healthy self-esteem. - TechGYRLS After School Group: STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) program for girls ages 9 to 14 years Summer camps include: - TechGYRLS: An elementary and middle school age summer camp for girls geared toward encouraging girls to be excited about science, technology, engineering, math, and the trades. Girls participate in programs that focus on team building, self awareness/self esteem, workplace skills and business etiquette. LancasterYWCA LancasterYWCA Lancaster

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