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    Individuals who are enrolled in public or private middle schools that are part of the formal education system. Middle schools serve pre-adolescent and young adolescent students between grades 5 and 9, with most in the grade 6-8 range. Schools in the upper grade range (7-9) are sometimes also referred to as junior high schools.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    After-the-Bell - After School ProgramAfter-The-Bell provides a supervised after-school program of recreational, social and academic skill-developing activities for Kennett Middle School students.ChesterAfter-the-Bell - Chester; LandenbergAfter-the-Bell
    Chesterbrook AcademyChesterbrook Academy provides a challenging, well-rounded curriculum, tailored to each student's developmental stage and learning style. The program is designed to give students a thorough foundation in the core academic skills of literacy, math and problem-solving, along with specialty classes in art, music, PE, Spanish and technology.Chester*Main Site (Chesterbrook Academy)Chesterbrook Academy
    Crossroads Community Center - Middle School ClubAfter school program includes activities such as games, crafts, workshops & seminars, and projects combined with the Good News Club Bible lessons. Opportunity given for 4-H project work.PhiladelphiaCrossroads Community Center - Philadelphia; KensingtonCrossroads Community Center
    Educating Communities for Parenting - Baby WatchBaby Watch is a prevention program in which parents/caregivers and infants are "adopted" by a school, transforming ordinary classrooms into interactive learning labs in which students examine the complex parent-child relationship and learn about nurturing behaviors, caring for others and caring for self.PhiladelphiaEducating Communities for Parenting - Philadelphia; Center CityEducating Communities for Parenting
    Educating Communities for Parenting (ECP) - Parenting EducationEducating Communities for Parenting serves nearly 500 clients annually at over 25 sites including traditional, alternative, charter, and disciplinary schools; foster care residences, homeless shelters, recovery facilities, and childcare centers. ECP works with a diverse range of populations including teen and adult parents; adjudicated delinquent youth; young adults aging out of the foster care system; preschoolers, and children at grave risk of becoming victims or perpetrators of violence. ECP provides the knowledge and skills necessary for children, teens, and at-risk parents to become independent, responsible, nurturing citizens and parents; better able to take care of themselves, their families, and their communities. PhiladelphiaEducating Communities for Parenting - Philadelphia; Center CityEducating Communities for Parenting
    Empowerment Group - Entrepreneurship Education ProgramProvides hands-on after-school and summer courses on how to start your own business. Children learn about the planning phase of starting and running a business. They explore how they can incorporate their skills and interests into a business venture, perform market research, learn about industry research, price their goods and services, and sell to their target customers. They gain important practice in public speaking and effective communication as well as learning the importance of keeping good financial records. The curriculum is adaptable for children from elementary through high school. The classes are designed for small groups - individual instructors generally work with no more than 15 children.PhiladelphiaEmpowerment Group - Philadelphia; FishtownEmpowerment Group
    Hope Partnership for Education - Middle SchoolStrong academic programs are critical to the success of Hope Partnership for Education. An important part of our mission is to prepare students for acceptance into the high schools that best match their potential. Most students enter Hope Partnership several grade levels behind in all subject areas. In order to provide students with the extra support that they require, Hope operates an extended day/extended year model 11 hours a day, 11 months a year. Beyond its academic program, the school offers enrichment activities, one to one tutoring, and community service projects in order to foster the personal and intellectual development of all its students. PhiladelphiaHope Partnership for Education - Philadelphia; North PhiladelphiaHope Partnership for Education
    People For People - What Matters Most CampaignIn partnership with Urban Family Council (www.urbanfamilycouncil.org) we promote abstinence until marriage. We seek to encourage youth to delay sexual activity until marriage which will increase the likelihood of healthier young people, marriages, and families in our community. Our goal is to impact at least 15% or more of Philadelphia’s youth population with the message of delaying sexual activity. In order to accomplish this we have gone into middle and high schools, as well as youth organizations and churches to teach abstinence until marriage via the WAIT (Why Am I Tempted) training curriculum www.waittraining.org. Some of the middle schools include Hill Freedman, Leeds and Wilson, etc. Some of the high schools include Olney, Simon Gratz, Bartram, and KensingtonPhiladelphiaPeople for People, Inc. - North Broad StreetPeople For People
    Phoenixville Area Positive Alternatives - Fast Forward Connections After School ProgramBased at Phoenixville Area Middle School, PAPA's Fast Forward after-school program helps students in grades 6 through 8 strengthen their academic and social skills. The program operates Monday through Thursday from 2:35 to 5 p.m. It offers: - Tutoring. - Counseling, recreational, and enrichment activities. - Monthly trips and workshops.Chester*Main Site (Phoenixville Area Positive Alternatives)Phoenixville Area Positive Alternatives
    School Based Behavioral Health - Scranton - Friendship HouseThe SBBH Team Program is a mental health program designed for youth ages 5 to 13 years who are experiencing social, emotional, and or behavioral difficulties that impair their ability to function in school and other settings. Provides a "clinical home" for youth and families, ensuring that services are accessible, coordinated across child serving systems, integrated with school interventions, and comprehensive in nature. The SBBH Team is based in the school but delivers services to the child and family in the school, home and community settings. By acting as the single point of contact for children and families, the team will assume clinical responsibility for treatment interventions, coordination of care and case management activities.LackawannaFriendship House - ScrantonFriendship House
    Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD)Middle school, high school and college chapters with advisors for each group that helps provide studen with prevention tools to deal with the issues of underge drinking, other drug use, risky and impaired driving and other destructive decisions. It does this by providing the following activities: - Designated Driver programs for underage young people - Safe Rides programs - Parties where alcohol is served under the supervision of or with the knowledge or consent of parents or other adults - Drinking subject to passing a Breathalyzer test Shop at the SADD online store for SADD apparel and accessories.255 Main St, Marlboro MA (Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD))Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD)
    World Affairs Council of Philadelphia - Middle School ProgramsStudents learn to think critically about global issues as well as develop key leadership skills such as public speaking and team-building by working in the classroom or traveling to local museums and universities as part of the program.PhiladelphiaThe World Affairs Council - Philadelphia; Center CityWorld Affairs Council of Philadelphia

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