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Alief Independent School District PASS Program - Prevention and Safe Schools Programs and Specilists

Award Information

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Description of original award (Fiscal Year 2008, $178,870)

The Prevention and Safe School Program of the Alief Independent School District provides prevention and intervention services to one of the most culturally diverse districts in Texas. Currently, 69% of Alief ISD students are economically disadvantaged and 34% are Limited English Proficient. Seventy percent of the students qualify for free and reduced lunch. The goals of the program are: to increase teacher knowledge, awareness, and skills of best practices for behavior management strategies; to increase parent knowledge, awareness, and skills of best practices for behavior management strategies and to develop and maintain a safe and orderly environment conducive to student learning. The performance measures for the program will include: number of staff members trained in using the Safe & Civil Schools CHAMP's model; number of youth served in comparison to previous year; number and percent of served youth who offend or reoffend during the grant period compared to number of youth served and number and percent of youth and/or families exhibiting desired change in behavior compared to number of youth served. NCA/NCF

Date Created: July 31, 2008